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We love Open Banking, it's the main purpose of Bit Capital and for that we created a way to customize even more your BT Core with your own providers. In this section we describe in details how it works and the theory behind it.
We recommend reading the Assets and Wallets , Platform Assets and Custom Assets before.
A provider is basically a micro-service that follows the Bit Capital Provider API Contracts for communicating with the Core API. It is divides in the features and methods to allow different providers to have different operations that it controls.
Another important property of a provider is that it needs to be associated with an asset on the platform, it should be a Custom Assets.
When you are using your instance of BT Core, whenever you want to execute a operation you usually send an asset for that operation (or it's implicit that it is the root asset). When you make this request, behind the curtains the Core API makes a request to a specific URL in the provider associated with the asset you specified.
After that, the provider answers the Core API and you get your operation executed in most cases. When you're using your own custom providers, expect that the Core API will make a request to you everytime someone asks for a given operation in your asset.
These are the required methods for a provider to work, they mostly reside on the wallet registration cycle.
Registers a new wallet to the provider
Deletes an existing wallet from the provider
Blocks an existing wallet
Unblocks a wallet that was previously blocked
Updates informations about a certain wallet
Checks if a account number is available for this provider
Checks if a certain wallet is approved in the provider KYC.
Health check between the Core API and the provider.
Features are the possible types of operations a provider that can have, a provider can have multiple features and every feature has it's set of required methods in it.
Features focused on gathering informations for audit reasons
Feature for blocking / unblocking user operations in the provider
Feature related to branch management inside a provider
Feature related to the boleto emission operation
Feature related to the boleto payment operation
Feature related to card operations, more info in Provider Card Feature
Feature related to deposit operations in the provider
Feature related to document operations in the provider
Feature related to p2p transfers inside a provider
Feature related to handling postbacks that came outside the platform to this provider using the BT Core Hooks
Feature related to handling the withdraw operation in a provider
Feature related to handling the phone credits purchases in a provider
Feature related to the cycle of accepting legal terms inside a provider
Feature related to providing a list of participating institutions for this specific provider
Updated about 1 year ago