API - Application programming interface
An API is a set of programming rules and specifications that allow two software programs to communicate with each other. In the context of trading, an API allows you to access certain features or data from a broker or trading platform. For example, you might use an API to retrieve live market data or to place trades on behalf of your account. Most brokers and trading platforms offer their API, which you can use to build custom trading applications or integrations. In algorithmic trading, an API can be used to initiate orders or collect data that is used to make decisions about trading strategies. APIs are a key component of all automated trading systems.
BOTS API V3: BNF API
We are proud to announce our third generation bot creation API developed and maintained by BOTS. Using this API, you can develop trading strategies on the BOTS platform.
The BOTS BEM API
The BEM API is a REST API designed to give your bots access to the Bots platform. This allows you to create, manage, and delete bot properties as well as send messages.