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Banks and Credit Unions have taken a segmented approach to integrating with third-party apps. Banks vary in their tech resources and infrastructure and apps must choose which banks they are willing to integrate with. Plaid aims to enable every bank and credit union to integrate with a single API.
TrueLayer has introduced a PSD2-compliant Payments API. The API enables transfer of funds directly from bank account to bank account. It uses active authentication for the highest possible security, and transferred funds are received instantly. The API is currently in beta testing.
JETCO has opened an API exchange for banks regional to Hong Kong. The exchange provides a single access point to over 200 APIs from 13 banks. The APIs provide access to banking services offered from the participant banks. The API exchange is open for developers across industries.
Spotware has released the second version of its open trading platform API: cTrader Open API. Unlike its private API, which is available to brokers only, cTrader Open API is available for anyone who is interested in building tools for traders. V2.0 opts for Protocol Buffering instead of REST.
A trading strategy is a set of rules used to execute trades, which will vary depending on the trader’s approach to the markets. It is a key element to API trading and in this article, we will provide a brief overview of strategy development using principles of technical analysis.
ProgrammableWeb's Most Clicked, Shared and Talked About APIs of 2018: Payments, Banking, Blockchain and Finance
These Most Clicked, Shared and Talked About APIs added to our directory in 2018 in the Financial sector include selections from our Banking, Payments, Currency, Stocks, Insurance, Cryptocurrency, and Blockchain categories. FinTech APIs are what peaked our editors and readers interest this past year.
Many traders seek automation but don't have the coding experience to program a system by hand. However, many modern platforms bridge the gap between programmer and trader without requiring the user to code. This article will briefly introduce some of these solutions and explain how to get started.
Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Mapping, Transportation, Financial, Transportation, and Nature. Featured today is an API from Shufti for identity verification via face image or document. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Certua, a financial services provider that aims to use data and the latest technology to transform the financial industry, has announced a new Enterprise Insurance platform that will provide customers access to their platform via APIs.
NovoPayment, provider of digital financial services, recently announced various upgrades to their developer hub that includes new APIs and enterprise customer functionality. The new APIs include back-end integration providing functionality from partners that include Visa, Facebook, and LexisNexis.
The ripple effects of regulation such as the EU's PSD2 and Open Banking initiatives in the UK and APAC, designed to stimulate increased competition in banking, are being felt worldwide. But what do these changes mean in practice for developers seeking to build fintech apps to work with bank APIs?
Cashplus continues to add to its Fintech API suite. Most recently, the company released its Payments API. The API enables small and medium sized business to initiate, approve, reject and submit payments from third party applications. The API can process thousands of transactions simultaneously.
BlockMarkets, provider of cryptocurrency market data, has announced a new API that will provide access to both real-time and historical cryptocurrency pricing. The company’s data set features over 500 assets in total, including leading cryptocurrencies, exchanges, and real-time USD spot rates.
Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Financial, Cryptocurrency and Spreadsheets. Featured today is an API for Insurance brokers to fetch data about policies and customers, and an API for sonar imaging. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
While we typically associate API trading with big brokerages or hedge funds running high-frequency arbitrage strategies, in reality, it's a broader market with many more opportunities for entry than most people think. API trading involves executing trades that are generally placed by an algorithm.
TransferWise, provider of borderless money transfer solutions, has announced the release of an open API. The company believes that exposing their API to more developers will accelerate the rate at which tools are developed that meet the needs of consumers.
BBVA launched a Banking as a Service platform in Europe before regulations all but compelled such platforms. It is ahead of the curve in the US as well. The company has moved the BBVA Open Platform out of beta, and ready for production environments for uses in the US. The platform is API-based.
Just as online trading expanded the options available to traders, a similar industry shift has been playing out over the past few years as algorithmic trading has become more accessible. This article looks at FXCM's platform including its API that helps traders get started with algo trading.
Bloomberg has launched Enterprise Access Point, a website that provides "ready-to-use" datasets which includes regulatory, pricing, and reference. The website also allows clients to use a RESTful API to programmatically retrieve complete and comprehensive data from Bloomberg's publishing platform.
Afinis, a membership-based standards organization, is looking to advance API standardization efforts across the financial services ecosystem through formal governance. This includes a platform for standardized API product discovery, application testing, and developer collaboration.