We are happy to announce that we have finished the stress tests on Crypto APIs 2.0, and the results are amazing.
We have achieved a 25 ms response time for 10,000 requests per second, which is a huge success comparing with current APIs on the market.
Crypto APIs 2.0 is OpenAPI 3.0 based.
Please stay tuned for further updates!
ETH Payments Forwarding was optimized successfully. We had issues because of the huge number of forwarding we do.
After the done optimization, we could process hundreds of thousands of forwarding per day without any delay.
Sending transactions in HD wallets was not selecting the UTXOs properly.
This issue is fixed now and you can rely on our HD wallet and send transaction endpoint to avoid building the transaction, checking UTXOs, etc.
The new menu under your Dashboard allows you to download your invoices, track your payment history; sort by date, amount, and purchased plan.
Now you can set the new optional parameter "everyConfirmation" to true, this means you want to get a callback for every confirmation, of course these callbacks stop when they reach "confirmations".
As you may know BCH has legacy addresses and new format which starts with "bitcoincash:"
In Crypto APIs, we support both in all endpoints but when you subscribe for a webhook for a legacy address and there is a transaction for the same address but with the new format we didn't send you a callback.
Now, we send you a callback for such transactions as well and to avoid any confusing on your side we send the "originalAddress" in the response.
Here you can see all details: https://docs.cryptoapis.io/rest-apis/blockchain-as-a-service-apis/bch/index#webhook-notifications
You can't create the same webhook more than once now, in order to create exactly the same webhook event you need to set the optional parameter "allowDuplicate" to true, this will allow you to add as much as you want the same webhook event.
We are glad to announce that Crypto APIs supports Ripple now, we support both testnet and mainnet.
More features are coming soon.
You can get all tokens by address in ETH using our endpoint: https://docs.cryptoapis.io/rest-apis/blockchain-as-a-service-apis/eth/index#eth-get-address-token-transfers
In addition to contract, token, symbol and type we return now the balance as well.
Balance of an address is always based on confirmed transactions however there are some cases where you could need to know what is the balance of the unconfirmed transactions (potentially incoming/outgoing), that's why and based on a feedback from our clients we have added balance of unconfirmed transactions in Get Address Details endpoint: https://docs.cryptoapis.io/rest-apis/blockchain-as-a-service-apis/btc/index#btc-address-info-endpoint
In case the transaction is outgoing this balance will be negative.
This balance is only for unconfirmed and it has nothing with the "balance" we have in general where we calculate it based on ONLY confirmed transactions.