Mutual TLS Required

Do not forget that to call this resource, you must use mutual TLS with your eIDAS certificate with mandates for PSD2.


Take a Note of Client Secret Right Away

Note that we store client secret as a bcrypt hash in our database. As a result, we are unable to recover the OAuth 2.0 client secret anytime later. You can always regenerate the client secret using the /application/{id}/renewSecret method - this will invalidate the original client secret.

Use this service to create a new application with a given name, redirect URIs and scopes. In response, you will obtain OAuth 2.0 credentials (client ID and client secret).