This page will help you get started with Depasify API

Welcome to Depasify API Docs!

Here you will find all the information you need to set up your Depasify credentials, and connect your business to our service thanks to our API.

What can you do through us?

Depasify provides you a one-stop shop for launching your business idea using digital assets in no time.

We take care of the KYC, AML, depositary of funds, on-off ramp to crypto and treasury management across fiat and crypto assets.

Depasify brings a multi-account system where you can delegate on us the management of your end users. Every end-user needs an Identity and one Identity can own multiple accounts. You can find a detailed overview on the data structure within Data Overview

πŸ“ How it works

First, you will need to have an account in Depasify. To do so contact us. Once you have set an email and a password, you will be able to authenticate for your API requests. Check the reference section to learn more about how to log in.

Navigate through our API reference to discover all the features, and many more are to come!

Naming conventions

In Depasify, we work with three different entities, which have relations with each other: client, user and account. In this documentation, when we use this terms we will refer to:

  • Client: refers to your business as a user of Depasify. It has credentials associated to authenticate your requests.
  • User: refers to your business users. One user is compulsorily attached to a physical person or a company. It must submit a identity check (KYC or KYB) in order to use our platform.
  • Account: refers to a separate wallet in Depasify. An account is the one in charge to subscribe to our products. There are two kinds of accounts: master account, who acts as an administrator of the client; and subaccount, secondary accounts without admin permissions.

The relations among them are simple: a client can have as many users as it wants, and as many accounts as needed; one user can have many accounts; but also many users can own one same account.

I am ready! Take me to the docs

You can already start using the API by signing in. Go to the API endpoints.