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Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Cryptocurrency, Identity, Memes, and DevOps. Highlights include an API for Michigan voting data, an API for Whereby video conferencing, and an API for returning memes. Have a look at what's new.
GetBlock.io is a new, free solution that provides node connection for major cryptocurrencies. It supports JSON-RPC, REST, WebSockets, and others to facilitate synchronization with the applicable blockchain. The GetBlock.io solution eliminates the need for developers to run a node themselves.
Metal, a cryptocurrency-based payment solution provider, announced the early beta release of its Proton Open SDK. The company breaks the SDK into three categories: native wallet SDKs, Proton API, and Web SDKs. The native wallet SDKs and Proton API are now available for beta testing.
KickEX, a cryptocurrency exchange, has launched an API. The API is public and available to KickEX users, third party businesses, rating websites, and cryptocurrency directories. Through the API, traders can automate trading strategies through bots and professionals can utilize bots for arbitrage.
Digitex Futures, a cryptocurrency futures exchange, has launched a new trading API that it hopes will be used for reading market data, sending trade histories, facilitating copy trading, and developing automated strategies. The company’s users have long requested this functionality.
BitLaunch, a Cryptocurrency VPS provider announced today that they have released a brand-new developer API and command-line tool. The developer API lets BitLaunch users manage their account and their servers programmatically, allowing developers to integrate BitLaunch into their own platform.
Keycard is a new open source hardware project that utilizes near field communications (NFC) technology to secure and store cryptocurrencies. It looks like a credit card but uses NFC to authorize cyrpto transactions through mobile devices. Private wallet, messenger, and DeFi browser are included.
Coinbase announced the launch of Rosetta. Rosetta is an open source specification and set of associated tools that helps developers integrate blockchain into the applications and systems. Since its founding, Coinbase has preached the need for openness, and Rosetta is the next logical step.
Alpha Roc, an Arbitrage-as-a-Service platform provider for crypto markets, has announced an open beta for the company’s trading API. The new ALPHA API is designed to allow users with limited experience with investing to leverage the company’s AI-powered algorithms for cryptocurrency arbitrage.
ErisX, cryptocurrency derivatives platform provider, has announced a new REST API for its Block trading facility. Through the API, users can trade spot and regulated-futures products for all exchanges available through ErisX. Currently, that includes Bitcoin, Bitcoin cash, Ether, and Litecoin.
Godot, a popular open-source game engine, has gained an SDK developed by Enjin that will allow game developers to easily integrate with the company’s blockchain technology. The SDK was announced last week via Twitter and is the product of several years of collaboration between the companies.
Eight APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Cryptocurrency, Music, and Insurance. Highlights include an API that can recognize face masks on humans in photos, and an API for dental insurance eligibility data. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Codugh wants developers to directly earn money for their APIs. It's building a marketplace where developers publish APIs. As those APIs are used, regardless of integrated application, the API developer gets paid. Codugh has partnered with Bitcoin SV (BSV) to pay developers per call.
Alpha Roc, a crypto trading firm specializing in arbitrage, has announced that it is opening up its keystone trading algorithm (ALPHA) through an open API. Its suite of trading algorithms has been traditionally limited to hedge funds and partner offices, but is now open to retail investors.
Zerion, a decentralized finance (DeFi) solution provider, has introduced a new DeFi SDK. The SDK is an open source smart contract system that makes integrating the many protocols across the DeFi space easier. More specifically, the DeFi SDK solves the fragmentation problem, while remaining open.
Institutions will now be able to trade on every single crypto market simultaneously thanks to GlobalX, an API platform launched on March 31 by San Francisco-based firm Apifiny. Apifiny hired former executives of Google X, Kraken and AlphaPoint to promote the service.
Launched in August last year, RateSV is a financial platform on the Bitcoin SV (BSV) blockchain utilizing big data. Its goal is to provide a convenient and efficient channel for moving data to blockchains, with plans to expand to data sources outside of financials in the future.
Spectre.AI, the provider of a broker-less trading platform that uses blockchain to trade digital contracts, has announced a new API. The company hopes that the beta Spectre.AI Hyper API will streamline access to the platform’s data, while also providing entry speeds of just 2 milliseconds.
Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Ripple are on the cusp of disrupting the financial sector. Developers looking to create applications that mine, store, buy, sell, or trade cryptocurrency need suitable APIs. Here, we highlight 10 popular ones found on ProgrammableWeb.
Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Printing, Games, Messaging, and Cryptocurrency. Highlights include the KubeVirt API for managing VMs in Kubernetes and an API for advertising service AdGlare. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Kraken, a popular bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange, has announced plans to release new functionality for the company’s WebSockets API on February 18th. The new functionality is aimed at providing a faster way for developers to add and cancel orders.
Nine APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Messaging, Politics, and Healthcare. Featured in this article is an API for cryptographic identity as a service and an API that provides nonpartisan information about politics, elections, and candidates.
Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including IoT, Bitcoin, Pets, and Air Travel. Highlights include an API for enabling autonomous payments from smart devices and an API for Blockchain-based digital notary services. Here's a look at what is new.
Binance, a cryptocurrency exchange that enables the trading of over 100 cryptocurrencies, recently announced the release of new lending endpoints for the Binance API. The new functionality aims to simplify third-party lending via the company’s trading platform.