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  • Removing the explicit barrier parameter should allow you to create short-term CALL/PUT contracts that use the current spot as the barrier: { "proposal": 1, "amount": "10", "basis": "stake", "contract_type": "CALL", "currency": "USD", "durat…
  • Hi, You'll need to pass an application ID: new LiveApi({ websocket, appId: your_id }) Applications can be registered here: https://developers.binary.com/applications/ cheers, Tom
  • Hi, portfolio lists anything that you've bought which has not yet either expired or been sold. proposal_open_contract is similar: it streams prices for any contracts that are not yet expired, and this is typically used to monitor the price for ca…
  • All websocket connections need an application ID - you can register here: https://developers.binary.com/applications/ and then pass the ID from the new application as the app_id parameter: wss://ws.binaryws.com/websockets/v3?app_id=XXX P…
  • You'd need to register an application ID through this page: https://developers.binary.com/applications/ The websockets URL is: wss://ws.binaryws.com/websockets/v3?app_id=XXX where XXX should be replaced with the application ID you've reg…
  • You can retrieve a list of available symbols through the API using this call: https://developers.binary.com/api/#active_symbols
  • No, the entire API is based around websockets, due to the streaming abililty and more efficient protocol it provides. We have no plans to add REST support. If you're having difficulty getting started, there are code samples for several languages …
  • * The URL is: wss://ws.binaryws.com/websockets/v3?app_id=XXX Please see https://developers.binary.com/websockets/ for more details, and there is some example code on https://developers.binary.com/demos/ which may help. * The redirect URL…
  • Visual Studio has a default timeout of 100 seconds on any HTTP or websocket connection. If you add the following line of code before setting up the connection: ServicePointManager.maxIdleTime = int.MaxValue; that should prevent the timeout. P…