1. We've got e-commerce with few store views
  2. All of them operate with one currency (EUR) apart from one, which uses GBP
  3. We've enabled Magento2 Braintree module to accept credit cards payments.
  4. The module is working fine. However we've noticed that it uses just one currency (EUR) for all store views. That is unacceptable for the GB store view as it should operates with GBP, not EUR. The currency for this store view is set up correctly.

How can we enable the Magento Braintree module to serve proper currency: EUR for EUR based store views, and GBP for the GBP one?

* UPDATE * These are currency settings:

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Setting different merchant accounts within Breaintree for differen currencies helped. All you have to do next is setting those IDs in proper store views.


The Braintree payment method works with different currencies configured per store NOT per store view because all payment method configuration depends on website configuration. As other payment methods, Braintree uses Base Currency NOT Default Display Currency.

To use different currencies you need to configure base currency for each website, by default the base currency is global.

You need to change Stores -> Configuration -> Catalog -> Price -> Catalog Price Scope to Website instead Global and configure Base Currency for appropriate website.

Also, you can configure multiple currencies for different store views but transactions always are charged in the Base Currency.

UPD: on Braintree gateway side you should have additional merchant account configured with needed currency, also this account should be specified in Stores -> Configuration -> Sales -> Payment Methods -> Braintree -> Advanced Braintree Settings -> Merchant Account ID per appropriate website.

  • Please see my updated posts. There are currency settings. – Pete Jaworski Sep 30 '17 at 6:41
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    Did you configure different merchant accounts for Braintree for different currencies? – joni jones Oct 1 '17 at 13:38

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