A field was added showing whether the status of the Webhook is active. You can check it out in our documentation:
Field "active" added to Webhooks for all blockchains
Trading APIs update
Now Exchange IDs are the same as Market Data ones. For each exchange you can see exactly what the needed fields are, as they are different.
Check out the documentation here: https://docs.cryptoapis.io/rest-apis/trading-apis/private-apis/index#list-all-exchanges
Block and Fee added in Transactions by Address Endpoint for ETC and ETH
We have added Block and Fee in the Ethereum and Ethereum Classic Transactions by Address Endpoint.
Check them out in the documentation:
New endpoints to get OHLCV (Open, High, Low, Close, Volume) by Exchange ID and Asset ID
We have added 2 new endpoints to get OHLCV (Open, High, Low, Close, Volume) by Exchange ID and by exchange ID and Asset ID.
The endpoints are for latest and for historical data.
Webhooks statistics in Dashboard
Crypto APIs clients can now check all their Webhooks and see all notifications for one Webhook in the Dashboard. In addition there is a search functionality to search by address.
Check it out here:
Exchange Rates are calculated once per minute now
We were calculating exchange rates once per 5 minutes, we have optimized our service and now we are calculating them once per minute. The change is valid for new data only, the historical data will stay as before.
Check out our Exchange Rates APIs:
New Feature: Get Token Total Supply And Decimals
We have added a new feature that allows you to see the Token Total Supply And Decimals for a given contract address.
Learn more about it in our documentation: https://docs.cryptoapis.io/rest-apis/blockchain-as-a-service-apis/etc/index#etc-transfer-tokens
Omni Layer is now supported
We are excited to announce that we have added Omni Layer to our APIs.
To find out all the supported endpoints check out the documentation: https://docs.cryptoapis.io/rest-apis/blockchain-as-a-service-apis/btc/index#omni-layer-api
New endpoint: Refund Transaction
We have just released an exciting update. The Refund Transaction Endpoint allows you send money back to the sending address from one single endpoint.
Check it out in our documentation: https://docs.cryptoapis.io/rest-apis/blockchain-as-a-service-apis/btc/index#btc-refund-transaction
Ethereum Classic added to NodeJS Library
Ethereum Classic has now been added to the NodeJS Library.
You can find it here: https://github.com/Crypto-APIs/Node.js-Library