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NovoPayment has launched its Developer Hub focused on fintech innovation in the Latin America market. While the entire developer site is currently in testing stages, NovoPayment has already included 37 APIs specifically targeting financial and payment services for the Latin America market.
Not all background checks are the same; while the government court data is universal, the mechanisms to access that data vary wildly from automated searches to manual court-runners. This article provides advice on what to look for when choosing an employment screening API vendor.
GLEIF has announced the launch of its Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) Look-Up API which provides access to the organization’s complete LEI data pool in real time. The LEI is a 20-digit, alpha-numeric code that helps identify legal entities that participate in financial transactions.
Compliance.ai has launched a new developer portal that provides an API, documentation, code samples, and other tools developers can use to build applications integrated with financial regulation data. Sources of information include federal and state agencies, regulatory publications, and more.
Singapore's OCBC continued growing its banking API portfolio with the the GIRO API and sandbox versions for four transactional APIs (Account Balance, Account Transaction, Merchant Card Payments, and Pay Anyone). The bank has partnered with the Singapore government for its first implementation.
The end of the week means that we bring you a review of the stories we couldn’t cover in the API economy. Included are a look at the real estate coding competition kicking off at RESO DataComp, a new Streaming API from GDAX and an update to SlashDB including new features for the API.
Ulster Bank has introduced a new banking open API and portal for developers. The Ulster Bank API allows third-party applications to access limited customer information, initially customer balance information and the last six transactions, upon request and consent of the customer.
After it was revealed that over 143 million Americans may have been impacted when their personally identifiable information may have been breached through the credit reporting agency Equifax, there were further revelations that the so-called secret PINs issued by Equifax were actually timestamps.
Although most of the technical details regarding the breach of Equifax are not known, the scope of the damage and the questions it raises should be enough to stimulate some organizational introspection regarding all that you have done to safeguard your Web services, sites, and APIs.
A whopping 34 more APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Financial, Weather, and Tools. A bulk of the new additions are from NeutrinoAPI, which provides tools that solve application development problems. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
ProPublica has extended the sunset date of the Sunlight Congress API so users will have more time to move their applications to the ProPublica Congress API. ProPublica took over the Sunlight Congress API this past November after Sunlight Foundation announced plans to shut down Sunlight Labs.
The week is in full gear and we bring you a review of the stories we couldn’t cover with a look at what what going on in the world of APIs. We look at a customized speech recognition API from AssemblyAI, a new banking payments API from Oracle and some confusion over just how secure the Uber app is.
Thirty One APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Banking, DevOps, and Notifications. Highlights today include several Messaging APIs and APIs for building finance and stock trading applications. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
When we first looked at the fastest growing API categories of recent years, Financial and Payments both made the list. We've seen a number of signals that there is great interest in API related to Finance so we decided to take a deeper look at the category's growth this month.
With Congress in August recess and President Trump on vacation, the debate over Obamacare and whether to leave it, fix it, or repeal it has reached a full stop. The uncertainty about where things will head once the debate resumes is impacting an important corner of the API economy; Healthcare APIs.
Quovo is making its mark on the financial industry through an API that pulls critical data from financial institutions. Access to the Quovo API is now simpler with a self-service API checkout. Free access to an API Sandbox allows developers to test, and then paid versions scale with use.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Finance, Animals, Games and Security. Highlights today include an API for determining the cost of an education and ab API that helps online merchants to deter fraud. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
FinFolio has launched an API that provides everything its flagship FinFolio app provides. The standalone API, wealthlab.io, was launched to help provide trading and wealth management software tools to third parties looking to improve wealth management apps and client portals.
Nineteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including 3D, Sales, Analytics, and Banking. Highlights today are several APIs from Barclays from their Rise Marketplace initiative, and the Body Labs SOMA Shape API for 3D measurements, movements, and visuals.
Payza introduced a new Bitcoin SendMoney API that enables merchants to send payment to recipients inside and outside of the Payza network. Because Bitcoin is a true peer-to-peer digital currency, Payza's latest API is able to use the currency to send payments directly to the Bitcoin address.