Cryptonit Exchange Implements Trading API

Cryptonit Exchange Implements Trading API

This week Cryptonit introduced Application Programming Interface (API). It will allow their users to access and control their accounts, perform trading operations and obtain public market data using custom-written software like TabTrader or Coinigy. Using API, you can check your balance, place, view and cancel orders, view your transactions and request withdrawals. To access these features you should generate an API key in your profile on the exchange.

You can create many separate private keys (setting specific permissions for each one) and a trusted IP address, and also whitelist crypto addresses for withdrawals. Every key automatically expires after one year. You can temporarily disable or remove any key at any time.

"Our API is close to the one Bitstamp offers, but has its individual properties. For instance, you will be able to withdraw," says Konstantin Karatov, Cryptonit's founder. "API is the best thing for traders. You choose the interface, not the other way around."

Cryptonit's API service is currently in public testing mode but is nearly ready for use. If you encounter any issues, please contact tech support.

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