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Binance is a cryptocurrency exchange platform that provides a marketplace for trading various cryptocurrencies. The platform was founded in China in 2017 by Changpeng Zhao and Yi He, but later moved its headquarters to Malta due to regulatory concerns in China.

Binance started using APIs from the very beginning to provide users with access to its platform programmatically. The platform provides several APIs that developers can use to build custom applications that interact with Binance’s trading infrastructure. These APIs include:

REST API: The Binance REST API provides developers with access to real-time market data, account information, and trading functionality. Developers can use this API to execute trades, manage their accounts, and retrieve market data.

WebSocket API: The Binance WebSocket API provides real-time streaming of market data and allows developers to receive real-time updates on prices, trades, and other market information.

FIX API: The Binance FIX API is a protocol used by institutional traders to access Binance’s trading infrastructure directly.

Developers can access these APIs by creating an API key in their Binance account. The API key is used to authenticate requests made to the API, and developers can use various programming languages, such as Python or JavaScript, to interact with the APIs.

Developers use these APIs to build custom applications that interact with Binance’s trading infrastructure. For example, developers can use the REST API to build trading bots that automatically execute trades based on predefined strategies, or use the WebSocket API to build real-time data visualization tools that provide insights into market conditions.

Binance has also launched its own set of APIs to allow developers to build applications on top of its ecosystem. The Binance API platform provides several APIs, including the Binance Spot API, Futures API, and Margin API, which allow developers to build custom applications for trading, margin trading, and futures trading.

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