Young Startups with the Potential to Disrupt Industries


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Looking for exciting new APIs? Check out these promising, young startups who have the potential to disrupt their respective industries in Postman’s latest featured list: Startups to Watch. Play with these APIs by forking their collections to your own workspace, and explore the possibilities.

Let’s see who made the list.

Notion

Notion recently launched their long-awaited public API in beta. The team at Notion released their API alongside a Postman workspace to help you get started more quickly automating workflows for your Notion pages and databases. Try it out in the Notion public workspace.

Binance

Binance is the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world in terms of trading volume. Get ready to quit your day job by striking it rich spot trading with these APIs. Try it out in this Binance public workspace.

Symbl.ai

Symbl.ai lets you add artificial intelligence / machine learning to your communication or conversation workflows without building your own machine learning models. They tell you how to get started with their APIs. Try it out in the Symbl.ai public workspace.

VideoAsk

From the company who brought you beautifully-designed forms and surveys, VideoAsk (by Typeform) is disrupting the way you interact with people once again, with videoasks. The VideoAsk API allows you to dynamically retrieve responses in real time using webhooks. Try it out in the VideoAsk public workspace.

Belvo

Belvo’s open banking for Latin America allows companies to access banking and fiscal information in a secure as well as agile way. It doesn’t take a crystal ball to know Fintech in LatAm is going to be huge, and the investors agree. Belvo just announced their Series A financing to scale its Open Finance API. Try it out in the Belvo public workspace.

These APIs recommended by Postman are shaking up the status quo. Learn about their tech, explore their APIs for free, and don’t forget about other Postman-featured APIs, workspaces, and collections in the Public API Network.

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