API

All these samples assume the client is trying to generate two IBANs:

Country (ctr) BIC Code* (bic) Account (acc) Resulting IBAN
MT MMEBMTMT 85031458002 MT84MMEB44853000000085031458002
MT VALLMTMT 16800269019 MT24VALL22013000000016800269019

* Note: you can use the Institution Code (eg: MMEB) instead of BIC Code (eg: MMEBMTMT), but you might get better results with the BIC Code.


Request

POST http://myiban.io/api/convert/?t=html

ctr[]=MT&bic[]=MMEBMTMT&acc[]=085031458002&ctr[]=MT&bic[]=VALLMTMT&acc[]=16800269019

Response

<samp>MT84MMEB44853000000085031458002</samp>
<samp>MT24VALL22013000000016800269019</samp>

Request

POST http://myiban.io/api/convert/?t=json

[{"ctr":"MT","bic":"MMEBMTMT","acc":"085031458002"},{"ctr":"MT","bic":"VALLMTMT","acc":"16800269019"}]

Response

[
   "MT84MMEB44853000000085031458002",
   "MT24VALL22013000000016800269019"
]