What is an API? What does an API do?

API is an acronym for Application Programming Interface.

In general, an API is an interface that allows two unrelated systems to interact with each other (in the same sense that a restaurant server enables the client and the chef to interact). An API specification describes the way that each of the two systems must interact with the API itself (such as the language that must be used, the syntax of messages that are passed back and forth, how quickly messages can be sent, etc.).

Specifically for crypto currency trading, our API enables you to interact with our exchange programmatically (via software instead of a human interface), allowing you to obtain real time market data, make trades, and manage your account.

API Key Safety

In our case, we handle API keys created on cryptocurrency exchanges that are shared with third-party applications that provide services such as managing crypto-holdings, trading, portfolio management, and rebalancing. Each of these applications requires a different level of access. Typically, exchanges provide three levels of access permissions.

  • Read or View Only permission
  • Write and Trade permission
  • Spot Market
  • Margin
  • future

    How to Set up it ?

    We use the API method for CATLAIAS, giving you complete control over your funds. The Telegram control center allows you to manage your CATLAIAS, and with the API method, you have the ultimate level of control as you can revoke access at any time.

    Here we provide some examples of setting up api key's with some exchanges we work with.



    Binance cryptocurrency exchange. Operate the worlds biggest bitcoin exchange and altcoin crypto exchange in the world by volume.



    Leading cryptocurrency exchange with over 1400+ cryptocurrencies & stablecoins such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin...


    Huobi Global

    Huobi Global is a world-leading cryptocurrency trading exchange you can buy and sell Bitcoin, Ethereum and more cryptocurrencies quickly and easily.