XRPL Meta provides the data that is not obtainable by the standard rippled API. It makes the data available through a JSON REST and WebSocket API, just like rippled. It connects to any number of rippled nodes and tracks updates in real time. Historical data is being backfilled.
List of all tokens on the XRPL
Icons, Names, Descriptions
Weblinks for Infos and Community
KYC status, Trust level
Market: Price, Volume, Unique Traders, etc
Statistics: Trustlines, Supply, Whales, etc
Scam, Spam and other Warnings
Simply call the desired API endpoint by either using HTTP GET, or establish a WebSocket connection for high frequency / high traffic requests. All available methods are explained in full detail in the API Documentation .Example Request
Anyone can create a token and publish its metadata. The token could be a scam, and the metadata could contain offensive or illegal material. The way XRPL Meta protects from bad actors, is by assigning a trust level to each token.
No trust at all. Default for all automatically detected tokens.
The issuing account of the token has absolved Know-Your-Customer (KYC) or other identity checks.
Anyone of the trusted Tokenlist publishers has checked out the team and vision behind a token and deems it trustworthy.
Same as Level 2, with the addition that the Tokenlist publisher endorses the project.
The way trust level 2 and 3 are established is through Auxiliary Token Lists. These lists can be published by anyone, and are automatically scraped by the XRPL Meta Server . However, only the lists of trusted publishers have the ability set the trust level for any token. All lists are expected to follow the XLS-26 Standard .
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