Welcome to the XMR.to API documentation!¶
This is the API documentation for XMR.to.
XMR.to - Pay the world with Monero.
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The current version of the API is 3.
- Version 3
- Querying order parameters
- Creating a new order
- Creating a new order using a payment protocol URL
- Creating a new order using a lightning network invoice
- Querying order status
- Order partial payment
- Querying order price
- Querying lightning routes
- API migration
- Public test instance
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XMR.to - Pay the world with Monero. Monero is a secure, private, untraceable currency that is open-source and freely available to all. XMR.to converts moneroj (XMR) provided by the user to bitcoins (BTC), which are sent to a given bitcoin address.
XMR.to provides an API that enables developers to use the service in programs, apps, scripts etc. This API therefore allows developers to integrate an option to pay any bitcoin address in their product, for example, in a Monero wallet service. The API is a REST-like API using JSON as data format. It does not require authentication. This document describes this API and gives examples of its usage.