Using Postman

If you prefer to use an HTTP client like Postman, you can import our API documentation and endpoints directly using the following steps...

For a quick overview of this feature, please watch the following video from Postman:

Create the Wallet API Collection:

To begin importing the Wallet API collection, start by clicking Collections and then Import:

Importing the Wallet API's RESTful Endpoints

Input the following URL to import the Swagger file from the Wallet API:

Postman will verify the contents of the URL as being a valid OpenAPI 3.0 specific file with a prompt like the following:

Click import, and you should see a confirmation like the following:

You should now see the successfully imported Collection in the left-hand navigation window:

These folders contain the Wallet API endpoints, organized by feature and function. You can expand any of these folders to see the API endpoints within:

Authenticating with an API Key

Endpoints in the "/v2/*" folder require an API Key to access.

To obtain an API key, visit Creating an API Key and then once you've obtained your key, click "Headers" in Postman, then create the "access-token" header and insert your value as shown here:

Testing Your Connectivity

Now, let's give the API a quick test by sending a simple HTTP GET request to the API for a list of countries, using the /system/countries/all endpoint:

...and voila! You've successfully connected to the Wallet API!

We can't wait to see what you build with it!!

Welcome aboard!

-The Wallet Development Team