API Usage Passes 2,000,000

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Cosmic Blog API Usage Passes 2,000,000
by Tony Spiro on February 3, 2017

Today is a happy day for us.  We have passed 2,000,000 total requests to the Cosmic API.  That means that people from all over the world have accessed their content in some way 2,000,000 times using the newest and most efficient way to distribute content, through the cloud.

We are on a mission to help every digital team be more efficient by providing a simple API to power content for their website or application.  And this milestone provides some validation for that goal.  We are grateful to all our users who are joining us on this journey.

If you have not already joined the cloud revolution with us, we would love to have you join!

Thank you!
Tony and Carson
Founders

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