The FXCM FIX Java SDK by FXCM allows developers to create client- or server-side applications for trading with FXCM and getting historical trades and rates. It is based on the FIX specification for forex and is compatible with any Java-compliant operating system. Developers will need to have an FXCM account and an IDE.
The app55 API lets online and bricks and mortar merchants in the UK take payments from customers on any device, on websites designed and controlled by the retailer. app55 joins 362 payment APIs in our directory. In addition to offering one click, being fully brandable (meaning the customer sees your site only, and is not aware of app55's role), all of the stiff PCI compliance issues that make handling these transactions so complex is outsourced through them.
Citi has announced the launch of a global Developer Hub and APIs that provide access to a number of Citi platform capabilities including account management, peer to peer payments, and money transfer to institutions. Services are currently available in Singapore, Australia, and the United States.
Global payments company Mastercard has announced that it will be opening up its internal blockchain API to developers. According to the company, the API, which is focused on B2B transactions, "Mastercard’s blockchain solution provides a new way for consumers, businesses and banks to transact."