Our API can be also accessed from the command line. The endpoint is:

https://api.santiment.net
 

You can use the following 'curl' command after replacing the placeholder '<YOUR_OWN_QUERY>' with your query:

curl \
  -X POST \
  -H "Content-Type: application/json" \
  --data '{ "query": "query{<YOUR_OWN_QUERY>}" }' \
  https://api.santiment.net/graphql


For clarification, here is an example for Transaction Volume:

curl \
  -X POST \
  -H "Content-Type: application/json" \
  --data '{ "query": "query{transactionVolume(from:\"2018-12-09T11:25:04.894Z\",interval:\"1d\",slug:\"dragonchain\",to:\"2018-12-23T11:25:04.894Z\"){datetime,transactionVolume}}" }' \
  https://api.santiment.net/graphql

Adding an API key

You can add an API key to your query by adding the following line after the third line:

-H "Authorization: Apikey <YOUR_OWN_API_KEY>"\

Again, you need to replace the placeholder '<YOUR_OWN_API_KEY>' with your actual key.

The full query would look like this:

curl \
  -X POST \
  -H "Content-Type: application/json" \
  -H "Authorization: Apikey <YOUR_OWN_API_KEY>"\
  --data '{ "query": "query{<YOUR_OWN_QUERY>}" }' \
  https://api.santiment.net/graphql

For clarification, here is an example for Transaction Volume:

curl \
  -X POST \
  -H "Content-Type: application/json" \
  -H "Authorization: Apikey <upc2ohhxds6qv5ra35elpfpt7jmc7264_x7vjos6h6lwt9zwczsm3boayuqx4vo7s>"\
  --data '{ "query": "query{transactionVolume(from:\"2018-12-09T11:25:04.894Z\",interval:\"1d\",slug:\"dragonchain\",to:\"2018-12-23T11:25:04.894Z\"){datetime,transactionVolume}}" }' \
  https://api.santiment.net/graphql

The above is not a working API key.

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