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Let’s look at the top five currency converter APIs on RapidAPI Hub that you can use to build small currency converter web application. So without any further ado, let’s jump in!
It is a freemium API that provides currency exchange rates based on the markets and national central bank data. It offers a Basic, Pro, Ultra, and Mega package. The Basic package is the free one that offers 100 requests per day.
The API offers three endpoints.
It is a free API, so you don’t need to subscribe. The API provides only a single endpoint that takes three parameters. The first one is the currency that you want to convert. The second is the currency you want to convert to, and the last one is the amount you want to convert.
It is another free currency converter API that provides real-time, daily, and historical exchange rates for 168 world currencies against the United States dollar. It has a rating of 9.5 out of 10 and 815ms latency. The CurrencyScoop API provides three endpoints: the first one fetches the latest currency rates against the USD, the second one provides the historical rates, and the last one includes the list of currencies.
It is another currency converter API, but it is developed by Not Null. It is a freemium API with its mega package available at $6 per month and 100,000 requests per day.
The Currency Converter API provides two endpoints. The first one fetches the list of supported currencies and the second one converts one currency into another.
This currency converter API has a 142 ms latency and a rating of 8.9 out of 10. It is a freemium API that provides four packages. The Basic package has 3000 requests per month hard limit that you can utilize when building a small converter application.
The API provides three endpoints. The first one converts any amount of one currency into another, the second gets the latest currency rates against different currencies, and the last one provides the list of supported currencies.