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Please use our quick and easy online data feed ordering system to choose your currencies, choose your base currency, and place your datafeed order. Your data feed is available via the web through a custom "Data Feed URL" that will be issued to you once your account is setup. To download your account's data feed file, you can type the URL in your web browser or you can schedule your server software to automatically download it for you.

Monthly Data Feed Pricing**
Number of Currencies
You Would Like To
Receive
Number of Visitors/Users Per Month for your
Application, Website, Extranet, or Intranet*
Up To 500 Up To 2000 Up To 5000 Up To 12000 Over 12000
Up To 10 $15
$30
$40
$55
Call
Up To 20 $20
$35
$45
$60
Call
Up To 30 $25
$40
$50
$65
Call
Up To 50 $30
$45
$55
$70
Call
Unlimited $35
$50
$60
$75
Call

Datafeed File Format:

XML   (Download Sample)
CSV   (Download Sample)
Flat File   (Download Sample)
I don't know
Other
 

Data Feed services are available to companies and web sites that do not republish, resell, or use the rates in a way that competes with ExchangeRate.com. For examples, please read our Non-Competitive Data Feed Use document.

PRICING
*Please read our Unique Users/Visitors Definition & Examples document to determine how many Monthly Unique Users/Visitors will be accessing information derived from your exchange rate data feed. Service Fees are based on the number of Unique Users/Visitors and the number of currencies in your data feed.

**PAYMENTS
The ExchangeRate.com data feed contract duration is 1 year, paid in advance. Payments can be made via Check, PayPal, or Credit Card. Payment must be made in U.S. Dollars. Please note, your service expiration is extended by two weeks, free of charge, so you can take that time to integrate and test the data feed service.

Quiz #2
  1. What famous canal was built at the narrowest point between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans?
  Atlantic-Pacific Canal
  Transcontinental Canal
  Panama Canal
  Erie Canal
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