Do I need to pay for Datafeeds?

Do I need to pay for Datafeeds?

In API version 1 we are not providing any data (Historical data and Real-time data) and limited to trade executions only.

However, In API Version 2 the users will be able to access the Historical Data, Quotes and Real-time data. This is available to all our clients at absolutely Zero fees.
In order to Avail this feature the user has to Create an app here and provide the following permissions given in the check box:
1. Historical Data
2. Quotes and Market Data

Note: If the above permissions are not given, users would be getting the following pop-up:
“Your app doesn’t have the Permission”.

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