When you sign up for a Bit Capital Enterprise Account you'll be able to create and manage your own Domain, to add your customers and operate in their Wallets over the API.
Every domain has a Mediator account assigned to it, with a Wallet capable of all financial transactions of a Company digital account.
It has also access to the Account management of all its Customers, designed as "sub-accounts" of the mediator's domain.
To get started you'll need a valid set of Mediator credentials. Then you can checkout the guide on authenticating using OAuth 2.0 with Mediator Credentials
The accounts for the end-user of the platform, that is hiring the financial services provided by the Mediator through Bit Capital APIs.
Updated almost 2 years ago