There is a news from Stripe:
Strong Customer Authentication is a new European regulation coming into effect on September 14, 2019, which will require additional authentication for many online payments.
You can learn more about SCA and the latest regulatory requirements in our guide, or in our upcoming webinar on March 27, 2019.
Read our guide to learn more about what to expect from SCA
March 19, 2019
similar thing is regards Paypal and other payment gateways:
Currently, the most common way of authenticating an online card payment relies on 3D Secure—an authentication standard supported by the vast majority of European cards. Applying 3D Secure typically adds an extra step after the checkout where the cardholder is prompted by their bank to provide additional information to complete a payment (e.g., a one-time code sent to their phone or fingerprint authentication through their mobile banking app).
3D Secure 2—the new version of the authentication protocol rolling out in 2019—will be the main method for authenticating online card payments and meeting the new SCA requirements. This new version introduces a better user experience that will help minimise some of the friction that authentication adds into the checkout flow.
Other card-based payment methods such as Apple Pay or Google Pay already support payment flows with a built-in layer of authentication (biometric or password). These can be a great way for businesses to offer a frictionless checkout experience while meeting the new requirements.
I don't see the modul support 3d secure 2.
Will you add support for 3d secure 2?
Some more info:
VISA and MasterCard will be mandating that the new version of 3D Secure (version 2.0) should be in place for issuers and merchants by April 2019 in preparation for the mass adoption in September 2019.