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The DeBounce email validation and verification API returns JSON data and supports HTTP methods to validate email addresses in real time. DeBounce validates DNS, detects disposable addresses, detects misspelled domains, verifies syntaxes, detects temporary availability, detects graylist, and checks SMTP connection and availability.
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The 3taps Reference API provides information about the data sources, categories and locations available within the 3taps system. This information can be used by external systems to do things such as displaying a pick-list of available categories, translating location codes into location names, etc.
Intraday Reference Rates for Crypto Markets including those for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and 500+ others. The BNC market data engine scans and compiles rates for 3000+ crypto markets from every trading platform. Updated every 5 minutes with the volume weighted average of the constituent exchanges and the 24 hour volume, the full historic data of markets since 2014 is available.The real-time API delivers intraday Reference Rates in a moving 200 day window. Historical intraday datasets are separately available. Please email [email protected] for further details.
This model takes an image URL as an input and scans for license plates and predicts the alphanumeric values of any detected license plates. This API allows you to automatically recognize license plates from videos and images Parameters: Image URL - This is a reference to an image URL that may or may not contain a license plate. Country - This refers to the country being scanned. Available options are; us, eu. Number of Candidates - This number dictates how many results will be returned in the API response.