CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 64 % of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

[ANNOUNCEMENT] New features in the major APIs

We’ve released new versions of the major APIs with some updates and requested features:


  • Capacity. The API was returning values of capacity under the term “scalability”. The term has been changed all over the API.

  • Added new methods to retrieve the history of Order Divergence and Return Divergence.

  • GET /products/{productName}/status is now returning additional details of the DARWIN.

DARWIN Trading API 1.1

  • Fix GET /productmarket/status. It was returning true for buy and sell even with market closed for DARWINs. Now, it will be returning a correct status of buys and sell. In addition, it will also be returning the expected epoch timestamp for the next update. For instance, calling the method in a Saturday should return false for buys and sell, and the epoch timestamp of the following Sunday night.

Investor Account Info API 2.0

  • Added additional details to the call GET /investoraccounts. Now it’s not returning only the ids of the investor accounts. Details like the name, open Profits & Loss or Available to Invest are provided now.

  • Additional methods for returning Performance Fees paid with the investor account.

The new versions of the API are now available and these are the default versions (the ones being used when no version is provided in the url). In order to use them, you might need to request new access tokens although many of them had been upgraded already with access to the new versions.