We are pleased to announce our NFL Data API is now fully updated and available for the 2019 National Football League season.
We will support all of our standard channels for all NFL Games, Players, Teams and Stats. Likewise, we will support all current queries so you can fully customize your data requests and receive – and only pay – for the data you want.
You can also experiment and explore with our Websocket Playground.
Here is a sample of our data from the “Players” endpoint for Khalil Mack from Week 1 of 2018:
In addition, we have moved our NFL API to our new “PAID” API standard. As such, standard REST API calls on the Lightning Network are now supported.
By moving our NFL service to the “PAID” standard, customers are ensured they will always receive the data they request and pay for securely and with high performance – even in the event of a server outage or disruption. For a complete explanation, see our previous post detailing how PAID APIs work.
Please note that our former NFL Websocket API service will be deprecated and no longer supported.
All of our API services, for both Cryptocurrency APIs as well as Sports APIs, are built using Lightning technology and the Lightning Network. All API services are live on Bitcoin’s mainnet. Our fully customizable data service allows customers to stream as much or as little data as they wish and pay using bitcoin.
You can connect to our Lightning node at the url:
If you are a company or cryptocurrency exchange interested in learning more about how Lightning can help grow your business, contact us at [email protected]. We would love to talk to you.