The Gateway API
The Gateway API is provided by a Network Gateway service.
If you wish to interact with the Gateway API, you will need to select such a service:
The Radix Wallet and Explorer use the Radix-run Network Gateway (see below).
If you are making manual / ad-hoc queries (e.g. to create a token on the Olympia network), you can also make use of the Radix-run Network Gateway (see below). The public Network Gateway is rate-limited, and should not be relied on for production traffic.
If you’re developing an application against the Gateway API, you should run your own Network Gateway. This ensures the Gateway is run to your load requirements and trust profile.
Making requests to the Radix-run Network Gateway
If you wish to make manual / ad-hoc requests to the Radix-run Gateway API, you should make a request to
Example requests are available in the Making API Calls guide or in the Postman docs.
Check out the Api Specification page for full details on the various endpoints offered by the Gateway API, and how to interact with them.