Our currency data API powers the Internet's most dynamic startups, brands and organisations. Consistent, reliable exchange rate data and currency conversion for your business. Trusted by more than The universal real-time exchange rate data solution Everything you need to gain access to world currencies and precious metals.
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API key is now required for the free server. Please cache results whenever possible this will allow us to keep the service without any rate limits or api key requirements. Built for developers Our principle at Fixer — developers first. Am I looking at the wrong docs? What do I need to do to get a feed of exchange rates from GF? Is this even possible? It has come to our attention that this service is being used in violation of the Yahoo Terms of Service. As such, the service is being discontinued.
For all future markets and equities data research, please refer to finance. Curry has since moved to use fixer. Might be useful if you need more than just a CSV. Free for personal use hits per month Changing "base" from "USD" is not allowed in Free account Requires registration. Documentation: currencylayer. This API endpoint is deprecated and will stop working on June 1st, For example this uses CURL, but you can use your favourite requesting tool :.
Documentation: currencyapi. It contains approx 28 currencies and is updated at least daily. Spreadsheet Powerusers We have a number of customers using our exchange rates data to feed spreadsheet models and scripts that process the data for academic projects, personal research etc. No CC Req. Free Trial! We offer prompt and helpful email support to all customers on a paid plan. Easy Cancellation? Payment Methods? Not Satisfied? Further Product Information How accurate is the currency data?
How often do the exchange rates update? After exchanging a few emails, we decided to turn our conversation into an interview. Below the interview, you can find scripts and usage instructions. The interview has been edited slightly for clarity. What motivates you to provide this service? David: When I started ExchangeRate-API with a friend in , we built and released it for free because we really needed this service for another project and couldn't find one despite extensive googling.
There are now around 20 such APIs offering quite a few different approaches. Over the years, I've tried a number of different approaches, but offering quality data for free has always proven the most popular. I'm also motivated by the thought that this data should be freely accessible to developers who want to build useful stuff even if they don't have a budget. Thus, the main difference with our currency conversion API is that it's unlimited and requires no signup. This also makes starting to use it really fast—you literally just copy the endpoint URL and you're good to go.