Bitcoin difficulty api
If no toTS is given it will automatically do the current day. Get the price of any cryptocurrency in any other currency that you need at a given timestamp.
The price comes from the daily info - so it would be the price at the end of the day GMT based on the requested TS. Tries to get direct trading pair data, if there is none or it is more than 30 days before the ts requested, it uses BTC conversion.
Get data for a currency pair. It returns general block explorer information, aggregated data and individual data for each exchange available. This api is getting abused and will be moved to a min-api path in the near future. Please try not to use it. Get the general, subs used to connect to the streamer and to figure out what exchanges we have data for and what are the exact coin pairs of the coin and the aggregated prices for all pairs available.
AggregatedPrices Array yes Snapshot data about the coin volume, price, open, high, low close etc. If called with the id of a cryptopian you just get data from our website that is available to the public. UrlstringnoThe relative path without https: Get open, high, low, close, volumefrom and volumeto from the each minute historical data.
This data is only stored for 7 days, if you need more,use the hourly or daily path. It uses BTC conversion if data is not available because the coin is not trading in the specified currency. The values are based on Used to get all the mining equipment available on the website. It returns an array of mining equipment objects. Get top pairs by volume for a currency always uses our aggregated data.
The number of pairs you get is the minimum of the limit you set default 5 and the total number of pairs available. Get real-time market data updates by connecting to our web socket ' wss: We are using socket.
For more example code click here. Subscribe to market data by emitting 'SubAdd' including a list of items you want to get updates on. After the first response, only updates will be sent. The MaskInt parameter maps the response to the properties. Use our utility functions to map the response, you can find the code here.
Introduction The best API for getting free cryptocurrency live pricing data, OHLC historical data, volume data, tick data or block explorer data from multiple exchanges and blockchains.
Requests Most of the requests that are related to pricing data are public at the moment and generally available via GET functions. Sessions A session key is only valid for 30 days and it has a sliding window period, so each time you use it, it will get extended by 30 days. Note that the responses to all requests, both public and private, are sent as the response body.
Data This section deals with all the requests for price data, social data and historical data. Data Object yes Empty if there is no data to return or there is an error Data [Symbol]: Id int yes The internal id, this is used in other calls Data [Symbol]: ImageUrl string yes The logo image of the coin Data [Symbol]: CoinName string yes The name Data [Symbol]: FullName string yes A combination of the name and the symbol Data [Symbol]: Algorithm string yes The algorithm of the cryptocurrency Data [Symbol]: ProofType string yes The proof type of the cryptocurrency Data [Symbol]: Invalid Market ", "Data": For PST you would pass -8 for example.
URL Parameters Parameter Type Mandatory Description fsym string yes The symbol of the currency you want to get that for tsym string yes The symbol of the currency that data will be in. Return data Parameter Type Always returned Description Response string yes The type of the response Success or Error Message string yes The message for the response Type integer yes Integer representing the type of response.
Data object yes Empty if there is no data to return or there is an error Data: Algorithm string yes The algorithm of the from currency Data: BlockNumber integer yes The current block number delayed by 1 hour max Data: BlockReward integer yes The current block reward delayed by 1 hour max Data: AggregatedData object yes See success request example Data: What are you trying to do?
AggregatedPrices Array yes Snapshot data about the coin volume, price, open, high, low close etc Parameter Type Always returned Description Response string yes The type of the response Success or Error Message string yes The message for the response BaseImageUrl string yes The base url for all the images from the ImageUrl field BaseLinkUrl string yes The base url for all the links from the Url field Type int yes Integer representing the type of response.
General object yes The general data available for this coin Data: H1Text string yes The title used on our website a combination of the coin name and the symbol Data: ImageUrl string yes The relative path to the logo of the coin, prefix this value with the BaseImageUrl to get the absolute path Data: DangerTop string yes The text displayed in red on the website at the top, generally a big issue with the coin Data: WarningTop string yes The text displayed in yellow on the website at the top, generally an issue with the coin Data: InfoTop string yes The text displayed in green on the website at the top, generally an announcement or extra info that is important Data: Symbol string yes The symbol of the coin Data: Url string yes The relative path to the coin, prefix this value with the BaseLinkUrl to get the absolute path Data: Name string yes The name of the coin Data: Description string yes The description of the coin, this is returned as html Data: Features string yes The features of the coin, this is returned as html Data: Technology string yes The technology of the coin, this is returned as html Data: TotalCoinSupply int yes The maximum number of coins Data: StartDate string yes The day the first block was mined, so the day the coin actually came into existance Data: Twitter string yes The twitter address of the coin Data: TwitterWidgetId string yes The cryptocompare twitter widget id for this coin Data: Website string yes The coin official website Data: DifficultyAdjustment string yes The difficulty adjustment Data: BlockRewardReduction string yes The value by which the block reward is reduced when there is a block reward reduction Data: BlockNumber int yes The current block number delayed by 1 hour max Data: BlockTime int yes The estimated time it takes to mine a block Data: TotalCoinsMined int yes The current total coins mined delayed by 1 hour max Data: PreviousTotalCoinsMined int yes The total coins mined as of the previous block, this should be the value of the current block total coins mined - the block reward in most cases.
BlockReward int yes The current block reward delayed by 1 hour max Data: Subs Array yes An array of subscriptions used for the streamer and for figuring out what the coin pairs are Data: General object yes The general social info Data: CoinName string yes The name of the coin Data: Type string yes The type of the page: Webpagecoinp or Webpageexchangep Data: Points string yes The sum of all the individual points categories Data: CryptoCompare object yes The social data from our website Data: ImageUrl string yes The relative path without https: Url string yes The relative path without https: CryptopianFollowers Array yes Up to 11 followers 11 because in the front end if you are one of the 10 and you unfollow we still want to show 10 Data: Id int yes The id of the cryptopain that is following Data: Name string yes The name of the cryptopain that is following Data: ImageUrl string yes The avatar image relative path without https: Url string yes The the profile page relative path without https: When generating data for pages displaying Bitcoin difficulty, generally the server that website is on would calculate this data on a timer.
Often this might be done every few minutes to keep data up-to-date, but more likely developers try to only run this kind of calculation when they have to - to minimise the load on the server. Since Bitcoin's difficulty generally changes every 2 weeks, it's possible some of these websites might generate new data for these charts once every 2 weeks, or perhaps once a day.
In either case, this would cause a lag between the actual difficulty value and the value shown on charts. In scenarios where lots of new people mine Bitcoin, a difficulty change could occur after 11 or 12 days rather than 14 as it changes every blocks rather than exactly every 14 days - so the value could be wrong for as many as 3 days.
A related reason is API reliance. CoinWarz for example provides a lot of their data via an API. In principle this is good, as it allows new cryptocurrency websites to be developed more quickly; but it does mean if the API you're using gives you wrong data, your site will be displaying this incorrect data. On top of the two issues above, it's possible a website might just make a mistake when getting Bitcoin's difficulty, so it's always a good idea to report things like this to the website's owner.
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