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Getting Started

You can get a free API key or WebSocket trial to use market data feeds. After the subscription or registration, you will get an API key to make API requests by the system automatically. WebSockets assigning by the team.
According to your package, your API request could be limited or unlimited. Please check the API subscriptions.
Our market data feeds are provided by Restful APIs in real-time and historical rates for U.S. & International Stocks, Forex, Crypto and Financial Statements.
All usage statistics will be shown in your Moon Dashboard in the API section on the top nav bar. You can track your total requests, usages, subscription and account details.
We are currently providing 25.000 U.S. Stocks, 2.000 Forex, 1.300 Crypto symbols. International Stocks coverage information is given in each section. Our Financial Statements (Fundamentals) covers U.S, Europe, and Canada companies.
Maximum aggregate size is 20 for free API keys.
For WebSocket trials please contact with the sales team.

Gzip Compression

We are using the In-Memory Cache Engine in our APIs. You'll get the fastest API response from our server. Also all API requests are encrypted by
You can enable the Gzip to reduce the transferred data size. It will increase the performance of your application and reduce the bandwidth usage in your server.
You can enable the Gzip by adding the Accept-Encoding header to your requests.
You can figure out the importance of the compression by taking a look at this response.

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