Welcome to the Kingdomly REST API! Our API allows developers to interact with resources on the Kingdomly platform using standard HTTP methods as well as query data from on chain resoucs while load balancing between the biggest node providers.
In this guide, we will cover the basics of how to make GET requests to the Kingdomly API.
An endpoint is a unique URL that represents a resource on the Kingdomly platform. To make a GET request to the Kingdomly API, you will need to know the endpoint that represents the resource you want to create.
Making POST Requests
Currently you dont need an API key to access our API. Meaning you can make POST requests to the Kingdomly API by sending a HTTP POST request to the endpoint with the desired resource. The request should include any necessary data in the body of the request.
Here is an example of a POST request using curl:
curl -X POST \
-H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
The Kingdomly API will respond to a POST request with a HTTP status code and a payload. The payload will contain the newly created resource, or an error message if the request was not successful.
That's it! You're now ready to start making POST requests to the Kingdomly API. For more information on using the API, be sure to check out our full API documentation at