Total exchangers

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Export file format and description

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- The export file is generated in XML-format;

- For numeric values, the separator of the integer part is the dot;

- Root element – rates;

- Each direction of exchange is described in the element item;

Elements for describing each direction of exchange:

from – the code of the currency that the exchanger accepts from the client. Electronic currency codes are listed below;

to – the code of the currency that the exchanger sends to the client. Electronic currency codes are listed below;

in – how much from currency should the client give;

out – how much currency to will the client receive;

amount – the size of the reserve currency to in the exchanger;

minfee – minimum additional commission from the amount that the exchanger accepts from the client;

fromfee – additional commission that is not included in the exchange rate and is charged from the amount that the client transfers to the exchange office.

tofee – additional commission that is not included in the exchange rate and is charged from the amount that the exchanger transfers to the client.

mincfee - the minimum commission of the payment system, from the amount that the exchanger accepts from the client;

fromcfee – payment system commission that is not included in the exchange rate and is charged from the amount that the client transfers to the exchange office.

tocfee – payment system commission that is not included in the exchange rate and is charged from the amount that the exchanger transfers to the client.

- In the fields fromfee, tofee, fromcfee, tocfee it is possible to indicate both the amount of the commission and the percentage;

- The sign is used to indicate the percentage. %;

- If the commission is composite, for example 1 USD and 1%, you must specify the data separated by commas.

minamount – the minimum amount of currency that can be exchanged, which the exchanger accepts from the client.

maxamount – the maximum possible amount of currency for a one-time exchange, which the exchanger accepts from the client.

city – to indicate the city in which the exchange office makes the deposit / withdrawal of electronic money for cash.

param – this element is used to indicate additional labels.

Additional labels:

manual – the label must be indicated for the directions of exchange, which are processed manually through the operator, or if the exchange in the direction is made with delays (not immediately);

verifying – when carrying out an exchange, the exchange office may require the client to provide documents proving his identity;

cardverify – when carrying out an exchange, the exchanger may require the client to verify the bank card;

floating – floating rate, which is not fixed in the application. In this case, the exchange amount may change at the time the funds are sent to the client.;

reg – to carry out an exchange, the user must register on the website of the exchange office;

If there are several labels, they are separated by commas.

Supported city codes - city codes.

Supported currencies codes - currency codes.