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CannaTrac, a provider of a cashless payment solution for cannabis dispensaries and retailers, has announced the launch of an API that allows third-parties to integrate with its offering. The company says that the API will make it easier for third parties to add support for its CannaCard.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Banking, Printing, and Dashboards. Highlights include a new API from Eagle Eye Networks for managing camera settings to build video surveillance products. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
LandMark White, Australia's largest independent property valuation and property consultancy firm, is reported to have exposed the home loan details of up to 100,000 customers in a recent security breach that the company is blaming on an insecure API.
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.
Smart2Pay is known as a hub for alternative payment solution providers. Its API offers access to main payment processors that aren't typically top of mind for merchants. Now, the company has launched a Mobile SDK that allows app developers to easily accept payment through WeChat and Alipay.
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.
SurchX, today announced that its fee recovery product is now available to merchants operating in the United States. SurchX’s API uses sophisticated algorithms that enable retailers to securely pass merchants’ fees for credit card transactions onto the customer.
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.
Square has announced the release of a software development kit that provides developers with all the tools necessary to accept payments in their applications via Square. The In-App Payments SDK is available for iOS, Android, and Flutter.
Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Cryptocurrency, 3D, and Location. Featured today is an API that detemines if email addresses are disposable, and an API for creating panoramic 3D grapics. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
UK banking API provider, TrueLayer, has made its first major international expansion. Starting this month, the company is beginning to build its presence in Germany. A full, public beta for the Germany Data API is scheduled to begin in March 2019. Roadmap countries include France, Italy, and Spain.
Bits of Gold is a leading cryptocurrency exchange in Israel. Although cryptocurrency adoption in Israel continues to lag behind the rest of the world, Bits of Gold believes that an API that allows customers to pay in cryptocurrency and merchants to receive the value in dollars or Shekels will help.
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.
Xero, the small business platform, recently announced the coming launch of its open banking API, aimed at enabling banks, fintechs and financial institutions to offer their customers faster access to bank feeds. The API will let businesses import data in near real-time via direct bank feeds.
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.
CARDFREE has opened its order-ahead API for third party integration. Third parties can include order-ahead and payment processing in their existing apps that include support for complex menus, upselling/cross-selling, combinations and much more. The API works seamless on mobile and web.
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.
At Intuit’s annual conference, QuickBooks Connect, some details were shared about the latest version of their QuickBooks Online API, currently open to partners. Included was a look at the Payroll functionality, long desired by Intuit’s developer community, and notes on the move to GraphQL.