Poll Rfqs

Method Name

private/poll_rfqs

Retrieves a list of RFQs matching filter criteria. Market makers can use this to poll RFQs directed to them.

Parameters

subaccount_id integer required
Subaccount ID for auth purposes, returned data will be scoped to this subaccount.
from_timestamp integer
Earliest last_update_timestamp to filter by (in ms since Unix epoch). If not provied, defaults to 0.
page integer
Page number of results to return (default 1, returns last if above num_pages)
page_size integer
Number of results per page (default 100, max 1000)
rfq_id string
RFQ ID filter, if applicable
status string
RFQ status filter, if applicable
enum open filled cancelled expired
to_timestamp integer
Latest last_update_timestamp to filter by (in ms since Unix epoch). If not provied, defaults to returning all data up to current time.

Response

id string or integer required
result object required
result.pagination object required
Pagination info
result.pagination.count integer required
Total number of items, across all pages
result.pagination.num_pages integer required
Number of pages
result.rfqs array of objects required
RFQs matching filter criteria
result.rfqs[].cancel_reason string required
Cancel reason, if any
enum user_request insufficient_margin signed_max_fee_too_low cancel_on_disconnect session_key_deregistered subaccount_withdrawn rfq_no_longer_open compliance
result.rfqs[].creation_timestamp integer required
Creation timestamp in ms since Unix epoch
result.rfqs[].last_update_timestamp integer required
Last update timestamp in ms since Unix epoch
result.rfqs[].rfq_id string required
RFQ ID
result.rfqs[].status string required
Status
enum open filled cancelled expired
result.rfqs[].subaccount_id integer required
Subaccount ID
result.rfqs[].valid_until integer required
RFQ expiry timestamp in ms since Unix epoch
result.rfqs[].legs array of objects required
RFQ legs
result.rfqs[].legs[].amount string required
Amount in units of the base
result.rfqs[].legs[].direction string required
Leg direction
enum buy sell
result.rfqs[].legs[].instrument_name string required
Instrument name

Example

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The above command returns JSON structured like this:

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