Open Bank Project
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What is this?
The Open Bank Project is an open-source API for banks that allows account holders to interact with their banks using a wide range of applications and services.
OBP APIs support transparency (allows account holders to share configurable views of their transaction data with trusted individuals and even the public), data blurring (to preserve sensitive information), and data enrichment (allows users to include tags, comments and images in transactions).
Why was it developed?
The Open Bank Project empowers financial institutions of all sizes to rapidly and securely scale their digital offerings by leveraging a set of pre-built banking APIs and a global ecosystem of third-party applications and services.
Why are we sharing it?
The Open Bank Project (OBP) is a platform of middleware solutions that allows financial institutions to easily create, secure, distribute and monetize APIs. It comes with a catalog with more than 500 pre-built APIs available for immediate use.
OBP middleware lives on premise behind the bank's firewall or in the cloud, it connects to the bank's and third-party back-end systems to expose a vast set of modern, fintech-friendly APIs.
500+ ready-to-use APIs.
A high security API Gateway.
A developer-friendly, self-service API portal.
A sandbox with a real setting.
out-of-the-box consent management.
Strong Customer Authentication (SCA), PSD compliant workflows” and similar regulations.
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