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What Is the Crypto.com Exchange API Broker Programme?
What Is the Crypto.com Exchange API Broker Programme?
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Crypto.com Exchange API Broker Programme

Elevate your business with the Crypto.com Exchange’s liquidity and cutting edge trading infrastructure by joining our Broker Programme. The Crypto.com Exchange API Broker Programme provides a simple way for trading communities to earn a commission on their transaction flow.

Who can apply for the Crypto.com Exchange API Broker Programme?

Businesses who offer the the following services can apply for the Crypto.com Exchange API Broker Programme:

  • Trading Bot Platform

  • Trading Strategy Platforms

  • Technical Strategy Provider

  • Social Trading Communities

  • Asset Management platforms

What is the Crypto.com Exchange API Broker Programme?

The Crypto.com Exchange API Broker Programme provides a simple way for trading communities to earn a commission on their transaction flow. Here’s how it works:

Integrate - Users provide their Crypto.com Exchange API keys to integrate with their broker in order to enable trading

Trade - The broker then executes trades using their Broker ID and the members’ API Keys

Earn - Commissions earned from trades will be settled daily

How do I apply to be a Crypto.com Exchange API Broker?

Simply sign up here and an Account Manager will reach out to you soon.

Supported Products

The Crypto.com Exchange Broker API Programme supports Spot and Derivatives trading across all applicable pairs on the Crypto.com Exchange.

Commission Settlement

  1. Settlement Cycle: Daily at 00:00:00 UTC.

  2. Settlement Account: The broker’s Crypto.com Exchange account

  3. Settlement Amount: The net fee generated during the period (T-1) * The corresponding ratio of the broker’s level

  4. Settlement Coverage

    1. Broker Trade: The volume of orders traded by the user via API using the assigned broker_id on the broker’s platform. The volume generated by the user via the Crypto.com Exchange Web or App without API will not be included in the commission for brokers.

    2. Referral: The volume of orders traded by the user (who entered the broker’s referral code) via API using the assigned broker_id on the Broker’s platform. Eligible for up to six months following the user’s sign-up date. The volume generated by the user via the Exchange Web or App without API will not be included in the commission for brokers.

How do I input a broker API trade with my assigned broker code?

When you’re fully onboarded, you will be assigned a broker code. When submitting an API order (private/create-order), include the assigned broker code to the broker_id attribute. The broker_id will now be the main identifier when calculating the commission. Please note that this code is case sensitive. For more information, can navigate to this link: here

For example:

Your broker code is "ABCD"

When you create an order, you need to input the broker code in "broker_id", like so:

{

"id": 1,

"nonce" : 1610905028000,

"method": "private/create-order",

"params": {

"instrument_name": "BTCUSD-PERP",

"side": "SELL",

"type": "LIMIT",

"price": "50000.5",

"quantity": "1",

"client_oid": "c5f682ed-7108-4f1c-b755-972fcdca0f02",

"exec_inst": ["POST_ONLY"],

"time_in_force": "FILL_OR_KILL"

"broker_id": "ABCD"

}

}

Can I track my sales and commission payouts?

Yes, you can. Log in to your Crypto.com Exchange account, and navigate to Dashboard > Brokers. Here, you will be able to track all your commissions and transactions. Also, there will be a dashboard with an overview to help you better understand and track your performance.

Sub-Broker Feature

Brokers can collaborate with smaller sub-brokers to boost their trading volume and grow their business quicker. Please refer to this page to find out how you can add a sub-broker.

Fast API Feature

Crypto.com Exchange Brokers can also provide additional security to the API Key binding process through Fast API. For more details, visit this page.

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