- NOTE: All itBit REST API services will be turned off on April 26, 2023.
Paxos has initiated an End of Life (EOL) process for the itBit REST API (v1). We will discontinue service for all itBit REST Production (api.itbit.com/v1/) and Sandbox (sandbox-api.itbit.com/v1/) APIs on April 26, 2023. After a review of our existing product offerings, we determined that the Paxos REST API (v2) provides a better experience for all users and should be used as the primary entry point for all REST services.
Beginning August 15, 2022, all itBit REST API (v1) endpoints are deprecated, initiating a 90-day window for transitioning to the Paxos REST API (v2). To help with the transition, this guide provides suggestions on implementing similar functionality using the Paxos REST API (v2).
If you have any questions, or run into any problems during the migration, contact email@example.com to set up a time to discuss your concerns.
Get Started in Sandbox
We recommend you test your new integration in the sandbox environment prior to deploying the changes in production. If not already done so, sign up for a sandbox account. Then follow the instructions in the Paxos API - Getting Started guide to create API credentials.
The Paxos v2 API uses OAuth2 for authentication for all trading services. Once you’ve created your sandbox account, see the Authentication documentation and the Paxos API - Getting Started guide for instruction on accessing gated services.
The Paxos API Market Data endpoints are similar to those of the itBit API and do not require authentication.
|itBit API||Paxos API|
|Get Ticker||Get Ticker|
|Get Order Book||Get Order Book|
|Get Recent Trades||List Recent Executions|
The Paxos APIs do not utilize the concept of a wallet. Instead, all trading activity maps to a Profile, which holds asset balances.