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Feeds format

EveryWallet provides recent exchange rates and statistics, gathered from a huge list of exchangers.
We also support import of currency rates from exchangers, registered in EveryWallet Directory.

 

Add your exchanger

If you own an e-currency exchanger and wish to supplement EveryWallet exchange directions with your rates, please contact us personally through Customer Support. Our operator will manage further details and submit your exchanger individually.

 

Feeds format

There are 3 accepted feed formats:

  • plain text (TXT)
  • XML
  • JSON

Each of these formats allows using e-currency codes in any of three notations.

TXT

  1. Elements in a row must be listed in the strictly defined order.
  2. Each record must start from a newline: “\n” (unix format “\x0A”).
  3. Elements must be separated by “;”.
  4. from — give currency (full, short or numeric code).
  5. to — get currency (full, short or numeric code).
  6. in — give amount, 6-digit precision.
  7. out — get amount, 6-digit precision.
  8. amount — exchange reserve, 2-digit precision.
  9. Rows started with “#” are marked as comments.

Examples:

XML

  1. Elements in each row must be listed in the strictly defined order.
  2. Each record must start from a newline.
  3. <from> — give currency (full, short or numeric code).
  4. <to> — get currency (full, short or numeric code).
  5. <in> — give amount, 6-digit precision.
  6. <out> — get amount, 6-digit precision.
  7. <amount> — exchange reserve, 2-digit precision.

Example:

EveryWallet also maintains BestChange.com format extension.

JSON

  1. Elements in a row must be listed in the strictly defined order.
  2. Elements must be separated by “;”.
  3. “from” — give currency (full, short or numeric code).
  4. “to” — get currency (full, short or numeric code).
  5. “in” — give amount, 6-digit precision.
  6. “out” — get amount, 6-digit precision.
  7. “amount” — exchange reserve, 2-digit precision.

Examples: