This changelog tracks updates to the Treasury Prime API and major changes to our dashboard, functionality, and libraries. Updates that affect only products or features in beta or limited release may not be reflected.
Enhanced card controls for Marqeta card programs. These controls allow you to configure the restrictions and capabilities of associated card and card product objects. For example, you can now restrict the use of a debit card for a specific merchant.
Originating international USD wires from a domestic US account to an overseas beneficiary using is now available via the Treasury Prime API.
Output Messaging Accountability Data (OMAD) is now exposed on outgoing wire confirmations originated at Third Coast Bank and FirstBank. Customers will now see the <mono>omad<mono> field in the Wire Transfer Object, which includes the date, sender, sequence number, date and time, and the processing Fed location ID.
~OMAD is only exposed at these two banks (Third Coast Bank and FirstBank) because they include OMAD in the outgoing wire confirmation file. If other banks start to include OMAD in the outgoing wire confirmation file, it can be exposed as well.
Outgoing wire confirmation files for wires originated at BankProv are now being processed. As a result, Input Messaging Accountability Data (IMAD) will be available to these users. Previously, we did not parse these wire confirmations at BankProv, but this has since been corrected. Customers will now see the <mono>imad<mono> field on the Wire Transfer Object, which includes the date, sender, and sequence number.
ACH pages in the Developer Dashboard and Bank Console now include the <mono>scheduled_settlement<mono> field. This field is a timestamp that indicates the approximate time a debit ACH hold will be released, and the debit ACH will be considered settled. This feature is only available on ACH originated from Treasury Prime ledger accounts.
We’ve made several minor improvements to search in the Developer Dashboard & Bank Console:
~Search results can now be opened in a new tab. Mac users can use ⌘+click, and Windows users can use Ctrl+click to open one or multiple results in new browser tabs without navigating away from your current page.
A Developer Dashboard bug has been fixed that prevented users from navigating to Dashboard pages from links in other applications. This should now allow linking to any dashboard page from internal tooling or other resources for users who are signed in and have the necessary permissions to view the destination.
A Bank Console bug has been fixed that prevented Admin users from updating Developer Org API permissions. This should now be working as expected.