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I've created an API to access the Bitcoin blockchain in a simple way

Polaris feature: Greenfinch - a decentralized Dropbox-like app and API on Neo N3

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Selling Opensea api keys

what is the factor of price fluctuation in the Binance future market?

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What's a Coinbase Pro API?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

BTCB/wBTC/BTC bridges

r/BitcoinSee Post

Eclair Lightning Setup with Bitcoin Core

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SQUID GAMES 2.0 is an integrated project based on community operation, encompassing Defi, NFT copyright, online games, etc. | Ready To Launch |

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Koinly is a scam AVOID FOR CRYPTO TAX

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Crypto Price Finder: My cool Telegram Bot to easily check your favourite crypto prices. Looking for feedback & testers.

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[Polygon partnership][MATIC] Portus Network - Connecting blockchains to the world [Not a memecoin]

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Fly115 Excel spreadsheet - Importing data from Binance CSV file

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Anarky World | Anarky Token (ANR) | Play2Earn games | Ready virtual museums | Earn ANR for playing! | ICO live now! | unique promotional price | hurry up the initial offer ends this June 17th.

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BobbyDumpBot - A brand new mechanic in Crypto! In-work demo soon! Stealth Launched, Utilities on the way, amazing community with a lot of space to grow!

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Automated futures trading with tradingview alerts?

US citizen living in the UK, best exchange for Python API with low trade fees

r/BitcoinSee Post

Building a fullstack Bitcoin related webapp (hobby project), looking for a partner!

r/BitcoinSee Post

Bitcoin wallet as a service - An open source list

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Recap of Proofi Community AMA - KYC for DeFi without sharing privacy info

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Recap of LTO Network - Proofi (powered by Chainlink) Community AMA

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US citizen living in the UK, best exchange for Python API with low trade fees

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Everything You Should Know About White Label Cryptocurrency Exchange Development

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

A free API to get the crypto currencies rates. I also have the history of changes if you need :)

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

Utopia - taking control of your privacy

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Exchanges with API access for buying/selling?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Can blockchain solve its oracle problem?

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Can blockchain solve its oracle problem?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Traditional VCs go nuts for crypto. I've analyzed 7,400 crypto projects by VC funding

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Myself and 6 other redditors have built an algorithmic crypto trading platform and we'll soon release in Closed Beta

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Moontopia (MTOPIA) | Stealth Launched | Project Development Tool | Endless API | Send Your Project to the Moontopia!

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Moontopia (MTOPIA) | Stealth Launched | Project Development Tool | Endless API | Send Your Project to the Moontopia!

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Moontopia (MTOPIA) | Stealth Launched | Project Development Tool | Endless API | Send Your Project to the Moontopia!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Crypto ETL Platform

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Portus Network addresses to 4 types of stakeholders. Which type do you identify with?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Transpose Open Alpha — Free high-level Ethereum data API launched

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Updating this week number here in Venezuela, last week 28 BTC were traded here only measured using LocalBitcoin, one BTC is around 160,000 "new" Bs. (160,000,000,000 "old" Bs.). Monthly minimum wage is around 25 USD!

r/BitcoinSee Post

Fat Protocol Thesis 🧩

r/BitcoinSee Post

Any free API available where I can give a timestamp and BTC amount, and get USD value in return?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The future of play 2 earn

r/BitcoinSee Post

Selling OpenSea API Keys

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Autoinvesting and autowithdrawing with the lowest fees (works in NY): Gemini API

r/BitcoinSee Post

A few useful/interesting projects

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

MetaWarfare - NFT game - 7k MC - Liquidity Locked - Owner renounced- 100% safu - staking available - Beta soon

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SuperNova | Swap with limit orders and emergency honeypot detection (autosell before contract modification), Crypto Trends watcher and Portfolio Tracker | Undercover gem, 2 days old, only 50k mcap | Tracker release on 24th May, Swap release 27th May, Trends TBA.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

How should I calculate an average price if I want to find correlation between two coins?

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MetaWarfare | FPS | Beta leaked | doxxed | audited | based

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The Tezos Ecosystem Career Fair!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Am I getting scammed?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Combined Platform Market Capitalisations | CoinMarketCap

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More money =more time = financial freedom

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| Safe Bullshit | Fair Launch On Pancakeswap In 15 Minutes | BSC Play | Based Dev | Don't Miss This Gem | Long Term Play | Hold And Earn Passive Income |

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Ernst and Young announces EY OpsChain API services for enterprise scaling. EY OpsChain API services allow enterprises to access the Ethereum Mainnet and the Polygon (MATIC) Proof of Stake network.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Crypto Scammer Tool

r/BitcoinSee Post

What platforms let me trade through an API?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Genuine opinions being sought.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Results of gambling with Crypto volatility with an expected +1% on each trade

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Warning: don't buy the 99.99% dip

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Warning: don't buy the LUNA dip

r/BitcoinSee Post

Building On Bitcoin Question

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Verify Lens Is Live | All-In-One Crypto Research Tool | Review Your Portfolio Today To see How Safe Your Investments Are (VRFY)

r/BitcoinSee Post

How Do Services Like Bitrefill Profit?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Thoughts on UST from Emin Gün Sirer (Founder and CEO of Ava Labs who build Avalanche)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

As Bitcoin tumbles, exchange Gemini.com undergoes "maintenance". Deposits and Withdrawls cannot be completed. "Temporarily Grounded"

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Verify Lens Is Live | All-In-One Crypto Research Tool | Review Your Portfolio Today To see How Safe Your Investments Are | Unique & Needed Use Case With Huge Potential (VRFY)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Margin/Shorting on Binance

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Portus Network - Connecting blockchains to the world ; Long Term Coin. We are in private sale round.

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Verify Lens Is Live | All-In-One Crypto Research Tool | Review Your Portfolio Today To see How Safe Your Investments Are | Unique & Needed Use Case With Huge Potential (VRFY)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

FTX App steals clipboard contents!

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API3 and the ANU Quantum Optics Group bring the first Quantum Random Numbers to blockchain

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

tokenizing a statement or a prediction thereafter

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Long/Short options for NFTs idea

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

API3 QRNG — Web3 Quantum Random Numbers

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Verify Lens Is Live | All-In-One Crypto Research Tool | Review Your Portfolio Today To see How Safe Your Investments Are | Unique & Needed Use Case With Huge Potential (VRFY)

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How to track the top 200-ish crypto-projects automatically?

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Rocket Global Coin $RCKC - Utility Token Of Rocket Global Ecosystem

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Wallet vs exchanges, questions from a newbie

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YoYo Vision – Launched on PancakeSwap - 6% BUSD distribution to holders – 3 burn mechanism – Own Ecosysten giving power to grow - Burned after one day already 0.118% with 1% tax – Buy now and enjoy the journey

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YoYo Vision – Launched on PancakeSwap - 6% BUSD distribution to holders – 3 burn mechanism – Own Ecosysten giving power to grow - Burned after one day already 0.118% with 1% tax – Buy now and enjoy the journey

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Verify Lens Is Live | All-In-One Crypto Research Tool | Review Your Portfolio Today To see How Safe Your Investments Are | Unique & Needed Use Case With Huge Potential (VRFY)

r/BitcoinSee Post

Ledger Issue

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Australian National University team up with API3 to Create the First "True" Random Number Generator for Smart Contracts

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

API3 First to Bring Quantum Random Numbers to Blockchain, Offering a Truly Unpredictable and Secure RNG Utility to dApps

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

API3 First to Bring Quantum Random Numbers to Blockchain, Offering a Truly Unpredictable, Secure, and Free RNG Utility to dApps

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

API3 and Australian National University launch the first Quantum Mechanics-based Random Number Generator on 13 Blockchain Platforms

r/BitcoinSee Post

Reacher.me: The latest use of the Strike API to eliminate spam email forever using Bitcoin and Lightning!

r/BitcoinSee Post

Does Blockchain.com API support receiving BEP20 / BEP2-network based Bitcoin transactions or BTC only?

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YoYo Vison | Last day to win 40 BNB | KYC & Audit | 6% BUSD Distributions | Lucky Draw Events | Hyper-deflationary | 3 burn mechanism | Join NOW last day of Fair Launch!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Looking for open source Python lite wallet or Payment Processor with unified API for BTC, LTC, ETH, XMR, maybe others

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

For those of you thinking the CDC benefits is what killed itself. Remember, they spent almost $1 BILLION in ads

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Verify Lens Is Live | All-In-One Crypto Research Tool | Review Your Portfolio Today To see How Safe Your Investments Are | Unique & Needed Use Case With Huge Potential (VRFY)

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I’m NO longer bullish on centralised tokens: ONE, CRO, etc

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Did data get mixed in the database or are these really the main topics? The search API only pulling small bits for me rn.

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

iPay Token | Major Utility for iFans/FameLink| Devs Doxxed | Huge Marketing Planned | Macro Influencer Partnerships | Liquidity Locked | Partnership with VR Metaverse company with 40+ patents |

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iPay Token | Major Utility for iFans/FameLink| Devs Doxxed | Huge Marketing Planned | Macro Influencer Partnerships | Liquidity Locked | Partnership with VR Metaverse company with 40+ patents |

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Verify Lens Is Live | All-In-One Crypto Research Tool | Review Your Portfolio Today To see How Safe Your Investments Are | Unique & Needed Use Case With Huge Potential (VRFY)

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YoYo Vison | KYC+Audit | Fair Launch is LIVE!!! - 40BNB give away for 51 lucky fair launch participants| Decentralized Finance (Defi) that provides passive income with its own token | Innovative marketing strategy | Strong Community | Experienced Dev | Join NOW!

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YoYo Vison | KYC+Audit | Fair Launch Friday, 29 April 2022, 3PM UTC - 40BNB give away for 51 lucky fair launch participants| Decentralized Finance (Defi) that provides passive income with its own token | Innovative marketing strategy | Strong Community | Experienced Dev | Join NOW!

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FTX US Derivatives - BTC options and CoinTracker

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The ICO starts soon and we are very thankful for all the support. To reward all the \#Mapsters, we are giving away 3 SPTs for free! To enter: 1⃣Join @MapMetrics 2⃣RT+LIKE 3⃣Join Discord: There will be 3 winners: 1 Bike SPT🚲 1 Motorcycle SPT🏍️ 1 Car SPT🚗 --- Photos in tweet | [photo 1](https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FTjBpe7XEAI1lJ5.jpg) --- posted by [@MapMetrics](https://twitter.com/MapMetrics/) --- [Thanks to inteoryx, videos are supported even without Twitter API V2 support! Middle finger to you, twitter](https://github.com/inteoryx/twitter-video-dl)

Mentions:#SPT#API

The ICO starts soon and we are very thankful for all the support. To reward all the \#Mapsters, we are giving away 3 SPTs for free! To enter: 1⃣Join @MapMetrics 2⃣RT+LIKE 3⃣Join Discord: There will be 3 winners: 1 Bike SPT🚲 1 Motorcycle SPT🏍️ 1 Car SPT🚗 --- Photos in tweet | [photo 1](https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FTjBpe7XEAI1lJ5.jpg) --- posted by [@MapMetrics](https://twitter.com/MapMetrics/) --- [Thanks to inteoryx, videos are supported even without Twitter API V2 support! Middle finger to you, twitter](https://github.com/inteoryx/twitter-video-dl)

Mentions:#SPT#API

since you've been gone you should know that stablecoins and CEXes are literally at peak fear UST is currently under 1 cent (supposed to be $1) and Celsius as well as other CEXes have paused withdrawals, leaving customer funds hostage. Not exactly the time to be API hunting on CEXes. Maybe try a stablecoin pair on a trusted DEX like Uniswap

Mentions:#API#DEX

Literally 3 sh*tcoins out of 20000 have ever had a new ATH in BTC terms three or more years after the first ATH. Ripple in '17, and Doge and BNB in '21. And none of those three will ever see a new ATH in BTC terms. You can trade sh*tcoins, but it's dumb to hold them. --- posted by [@coryklippsten](https://twitter.com/coryklippsten/) --- [Thanks to inteoryx, videos are supported even without Twitter API V2 support! Middle finger to you, twitter](https://github.com/inteoryx/twitter-video-dl)

Mentions:#BTC#BNB#API

I remember them being very concerned Facebook uses cookies, the boogeyman of the early internet. I think they would rather enter their password each time an asset is loaded or an API is called.

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It’s not as good. No API key generation available so no way to use more advanced tools like Cryptowatch.

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Working in supply chain I see a lot of proposed uses for blockchain and the vast majority or just replacements for old EDI protocols like EDIFACT or X12. For those the first question after the pitch is done is always, some version of how is this better and cheaper than an API? The other uses are usually around replacing original documents, like cargo-x, which somehow scammed the Egyptian government into requiring their service to replace emailing pdf documents with uploading pdf documents into their portal.

Mentions:#EDI#API

Okay, i thought maybe you had an amazing strategy that i didnt know of There is a guy who wrote some code with which you can automate transactions on most exchanges (including coinbase pro) through their API. Its opensource so i guess its legit but i myself havent dared to try it yet

Mentions:#API

I made my 1st ASA before Tinyman existed :) There was no way to add liquidity to it and make it tradeable back then. And you had to actually do some code and API calls to create it back then. You kids have it easy nowadays!

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I don’t think you understand how attestation and in particular in Nexo’s case an AUP work. When an entity signs an agreement with an auditor, the auditor actually goes to the entity’s office and review the entity’s systems. Sometimes the auditor will send their I.T. experts (not just accountants) to the entity’s office if they are more tech heavy, like in this case where they needed to use an API since it is in real-time. Also, more often than not these days, the auditor’s team will be stationed and working at the entity’s office for a couple of weeks/months, as though the auditor is part of the entity’s team, so this would give visibility to the auditors what’s happening at the entity. To protect themselves from reputation lost, the auditor also has a need to ensure nothing fishy is going on which are against standard accounting processes.

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Lesson from those collapsed: If API is too good to be true then it’s probably is

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so @Nexo just nuked the archive of their site on WayBackMachine. i'm sure they had a good reason and it wasn't to make sure no one takes a look at their outstanding loan sheet as of a few weeks ago. \#contagion / \#cryptocalypse is imminent. --- posted by [@Cryptadamist](https://twitter.com/Cryptadamist/) --- The tweet is a quote of a tweet posted by [@Cryptadamist](https://twitter.com/Cryptadamist/). Please reply "!quote" or "!q" to see the original tweet --- [Thanks to inteoryx, videos are supported even without Twitter API V2 support! Middle finger to you, twitter](https://github.com/inteoryx/twitter-video-dl)

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The best part about CB-Pro was the API for Cryptowatch to work. CB UI and CB-Pro UI both suck something fierce! Guess I need to find a new exchange so I actually have use of some great pro tools.

Mentions:#CB#API

Having the separate wallets on Coinbase is weird. On Gemini, you can use 2 interfaces as well (basic and advanced), but you have your 1 wallet that you work from. On Coinbase, each interface has a different wallet. Not only that, but Coinbase itself has multiple BTC wallets (their regular one and the 21.co one). Coinbase Pro having BTC in a separate wallet means that this *one* service has *three* addresses/wallets for my BTC. I've been using the service for a long time (5+ years), so I've ended up with BTC in all three of their wallets. This gets weird when keeping track of things, and the multiple wallets on the same service even confuses crypto tax software. Moving some dust from one Coinbase BTC wallet into another Coinbase BTC wallet resulted in a transaction I have to set to ignore on Koinly, for example. It gets its Coinbase transaction data via automatic API, so it seeing a transaction from itself to itself causes problems.

Mentions:#BTC#API

It's an interesting question, and it will have a lot to deal with the whole world outside of crypto... interest rates will be the no.1 factor to take into consideration and they are on the rise to battle inflation. International conflicts are also that might be seriously considered, so is crypto regulations and it's implications before we can think about a "simple" crypto cycle! Either way, I believe in the future of crypto and that it's just a cycle (shorter or longer), and happily I can spare a percentage of my salary to buy crypto every month so I'm getting strong proven projects like BTC, ETH, LINK, etc but also high risk, high reward projects with a solid use case such as oracles as previously mentioned LINK, but also DIA, BAND and API3!

It is though. I use Koinly. Connect Koinly to all your your exchange API, wallet pubkeys/xpubs, Spreadsheets, etc and Koinly will automatically track and calculate your tax information for you.

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I mean, you don't need NFTs to trade items across platforms or games. Two game devs could do that today by just setting up an API call to check if a linked account owns an item in one game and then adding it to to the player data in the other. Carrying items across platforms in the same game is already possible and done by several games. Trading items across games is more of an issue of the actual work hours required to add the desired items and potential licensing, rather than ownership verification.

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Is this a trading API or Coinbase buying? This was one of the coins they mentioned possibly listing in 2022. Never seen this before

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Uh, that’s an article describing how to build a simple login for a website using Facebooks API and storing the credentials in a SQL instance. Not sure how that relates? In OP’s post he says you can log into **it**(referring to a SQL database instance) using Facebook, so that’s not the same.

Mentions:#API#OP

First of all i gotta say if a post starts with "i am X with X years of experience" i instantly expect a bunch of bullshit to follow because you feel the need to undermine your opinion with your job title and experience. Here are *a lot* of software engineers and to be completely honest it doesn't mean a single shit how much experience you have. I have seen people working the job 20 years and are basically numb nuts who can't even design and build a simple REST API from scratch. And on the other hand dudes fresh outta college or self taught who actually got shit done. So yeah years and especially management titles add no support to any argument, ever. (Except you're in a Jobinterview) I agree however with the distinction between SQL and actual Database types, simply because semantics matter. Also that SOL is the *biggest scam* is a stretch, i mean Luna+UST, Safemoon, there are real scams out there. *But* only because Solana hasn't decided to clean out the closet and rug this crap project it doesn't mean it couldn't be done. SOL is centralized af, which is a huge problem besides their lame ass reliability. Which come on with this marketcap. The team could rug this project in corporation with the one whale who controls the votes. It's a joke. Just my 2 cents

Mentions:#API#SOL

Go back to engineering class. The core is most certainly not. Windows 3.11 ran on dos so did Windows 95 but after 98 dos was emulated. Have you ever built a backwards compatible API yet rewrote the code base? > The winapi is a layer on top of the native operating system. It was designed to resemble the api of Windows version 3, intended to make porting programs easy. It was one of three api layers, OS/2 and Posix where the other two. But have been removed because nobody used them, the winapi won by a land-slide. The original name was "win32", distinguishing it from the 16-bit version, but that caused too much confusion when 64-bit Windows came around so everybody calls it "winapi" today. The native operating system looks very different, it resembles VMS a lot. Which is no coincidence, they had the same designer. David Cutler, he used to work for DEC before it imploded. Money changed hands when DEC complained about it. The native api is undocumented. Intentionally to allow Microsoft to innovate on the OS while still allowing old programs to run. It is not otherwise a well-kept secret, it has been heavily reverse-engineered. And some of it did get documented, like the functions whose name start with "Nt" and "Rtl". Like NtCreateFile and RtlFillMemory. The Rtl functions are part of the glue that marry the winapi to the native api. You'll also get much more exposure to the native api when you write a device driver.

wait API3 isn't an oracle? I always thought it was

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I agree with your point, but I highly doubt banks have migrated to SQL. Everything I’ve seen in the banking industry has been mainframe (COBOL), DB2, and Oracle. It seems very strange to me that a bank would migrate to SQL for records or transactions. Maybe as a layer 2 for data analysis and API integration.

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QNT is not a blockchain but a universal API that enables interactions and connectivity with various blockchains. It lets developers to create smart contracts in blockchains that don’t support them (even Bitcoin). So, people can use QNT to create multi-chain apps (mApps). These mApps can run on multiple chains concurrently as they require different features from different networks.

Mentions:#QNT#API

also, no protection for scams. if a package never gets delivered and the merchant is ignoring me I can call my CC company to do a chargeback. Without advanced smart contracts and postal companies having API endpoints to check delivery status you wouldn't have any recourse. Not to mention they could just mail you a brick and it would be marked as delivered.

Mentions:#CC#API

This post is worth it’s weight on gold. As for the software fundamentals, I cannot say much as I have little experience in that area. The second area that you talk about seems incredibly similar to a problem/solution offered by quant (QNT) altogether. The best way to describe it is a form of middleware between blockchains to offer interoperability. It creates that “contract” (mApp) that you are speaking of to ensure ease of use (marketing term: API, 3 lines of code). It functions less like a blockchain more so as OS system like windows. The reason I suggest this is that assets in general are siloed in nature whether that be crypto, airline mile points, securities, etc... Crypto has faced this issue and attempted to solve it using bridges with mixed success (just take a look at the hacks). From the perspective of an investor, crypto, but mostly blockchain is needing that form of interoperability to get it to the next step. As for the software issues, I’m not entirely sure. I see private block chains boasting about 158B tks/second and cryptos only managing 1500 tks/second. If you are interested about QNT and all of that area together, take a look at DAML, Hyperledger and Oracle. Perspective like this are golden, and really help get my bearings straight.

Mentions:#QNT#API#OS

How to choose the best exchange for trading: 1. Do not pick the exchange with the best features, the highest liquidity, rock-solid security, an API, etc. Oh no, don't pick that one. It's centralized crap. 1. Instead, pick the exchange that has spent the most on marketing. E.g. advertizing during the super bowl. Bonus points if they spent even more money on say, Matt Damon, to promote their products. Yes, pick that one. /s

Mentions:#API

Correct. But it depends on the country. Also, you can fetch trades via API to import to tax software.

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Pretty happy so far, included gate.io and Kucoin. Would work with Hotbit too but that exhange is so small they don't have API implementarion yet.

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You’ve got it backwards. Don’t think about it as a database. Think of it as a shared orchestration middleware with untrusted API harnesses. Ceramic network would be more equivalent to a database - Ethereum actually does computation and execution and only very minimal data storage.

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Yes, binance is trying to the Tether job's by propping up the falling market with some hype and API wash trades.

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It's a mobile wallet application. Most people don't want to receive bitcoin via an API. The OP was asking if theres a payment processor like Coinbase Commerce that doesn't require KYC.

Mentions:#API#OP

JUST IN: \#Solana-based protocol Solend has voted to temporarily control the largest whale's account to mitigate liquidation risks. --- posted by [@WatcherGuru](https://twitter.com/WatcherGuru/) --- [Thanks to inteoryx, videos are supported even without Twitter API V2 support! Middle finger to you, twitter](https://github.com/inteoryx/twitter-video-dl)

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It's a completely new type of asset. A network and currency and store all in one.. Bitcoin does offer services. It's a program. Like an API.

Mentions:#API

Strike is capable of sending Bitcoin via layer 1 on chain, layer 2 via Lightning, $ internal to strike between users, or $ to Bitcoin via L1&L2 to users and merchants. On the other side merchants via API and receiving Bitcoin L1&L2, they can instantly choose to convert to $ or leave as Bitcoin. Because the service is custodial they have ultimate control on conversion and due to the massive volume they transact they’re fees are incredibly low, basically zero for users. The benefits to merchants is that they pay maybe a .02% processing fee, have instant finality of settlement, and no risk of charge back, instead of traditional payment rails using cards that charge 3.5% and take 2 weeks to settle. This is possible because Bitcoin LN is instant finality and payments are going over the Bitcoin network snd not through banks or visa/mc/amex. And yes, you can transfer $ into Strike, but you can also transfer Bitcoin via L1&L2 and use that just the same. I mean shit, you can even get your check deposited to them and convert to BTC any % you want. I personally hold a couple hundred $ worth of BTC in Strike just to use as a Lightning wallet. Its easier to use than my UmbrelOS pi. Once all merchants realize they can save 3.48%+$30 cents on every single transaction top-line revenue, not just on profit, it’s an instant no-brainer on why they would implement it. Strike completely nullifies the old system of payment rails, even if all the merchant wants is $. I’ve followed Strike and Jack for a while now and it just keeps getting better. It’s the future of payments, it will catch on, and Strike has first mover advantage and a brand that will make it what i would guess to be worth more $ Billions than Visa/MC/Amex combined. The best thing? Its ultimate adoption of Bitxoin, shpws how powerful it is, and is good for all of us.

Mentions:#API#LN#BTC

I feel sorry for people who still actually don't understand what Solana and Proof of History are and just rag on them for a little tiny bit of down time. They're trying to solve a really freaking complex problem of timestamps on a decentralized chain. That's HARD, because how do you sync time across an entire network that's all slightly different without a centralized authority? Well their proof can, it just doesn't scale yet. And yes, having on chain timestamps is SUPER useful. In Eth you need to use an Oracle to query it from an off chain centralized API, which could become a bad actor and lie.

Yeah dude, do NOT bet all $10k on one horse. That's a horrible idea. Personally, I think some smart plays for the next cycle are oracles (LINK, API3, etc) and layer 0 interoperability stuff (DOT, ATOM, CKB, etc) and I also think BNB is going to go on an ape shit run later. Of course, DYOR NFA etc etc. Good luck! But yeah absolutely diversify.

Many personal loans require collateral and therefore is still leverage… If your talking like an unsecured line of credit similar to a credit card you’d be paying top API….. we’re talking 25%ish with instant compounding. ( those types of lines of credit tend to not want you to turn their credit into cash type assets including fiat, gold and crypto so they penalize a lot for doing it) Imagine whatever crypto goes up to or if it stays the same add a 25% expense fee….. If you purchased Bitcoin 10 years ago…. With an unsecured credit line you’d not only be down today….. you’d have been down at bitcoins 60k price

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A great thing about \#bitcoin Twitter right now, is only the real ones are left. Goodbye \#bitcoin tourists. But there is still much pain before we get rid of the real ones and have just the \#Bitcoin purists. Remember, it went from $32 to $2; so $69k to $4k would be a great purge. --- Photos in tweet | [photo 1](https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FVi70GsUEAAfNNv.jpg) --- posted by [@Bitcoin](https://twitter.com/Bitcoin/) --- [Thanks to inteoryx, videos are supported even without Twitter API V2 support! Middle finger to you, twitter](https://github.com/inteoryx/twitter-video-dl)

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Bitstamp publishes every bid and ask - (I believe). I do not buy in sizes like you mention but I can always see my Limit bid. I keep coins off the exchange (not your keys ,,,) I suspect you are seeing data collated from multiple exchanges with periodic update where only large bids asks take a long time to fill so the sampling does not show the micro transactions. If you look at the API documentation of any exchange you will see you can see the full order book. DYOR - as I may be horribly wrong

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You can import your Trust wallet transaction history via API integration which will sync your Trust Wallet transaction history automatically. Once you've done this, you'll be able to see your Trust Wallet transactions in Koinly. Here is an article that explains it in more detail here: [https://koinly.io/integrations/trust-wallet/](https://koinly.io/integrations/trust-wallet/) If you have tried that, you can always try doing it manually following these steps outlined in this article: [https://help.koinly.io/en/articles/3664156-how-to-add-transactions-manually](https://help.koinly.io/en/articles/3664156-how-to-add-transactions-manually) If you solely plan on holding, then it isn't as big of a deal and you do not need to worry. You just need to report when you perform a taxable event.

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Oracles and revenue streams from selling API’s.

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Babel Finance have blocked withdraws from their platform due to "liquidity pressures" --- Photos in tweet | [photo 1](https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FVd_4_kWQAIG1_E.jpg) --- posted by [@crypto_watcher1](https://twitter.com/crypto_watcher1/) --- [Thanks to inteoryx, videos are supported even without Twitter API V2 support! Middle finger to you, twitter](https://github.com/inteoryx/twitter-video-dl)

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Is this confirmed? I've seen differing accounts on everything. I have seen people blame Gemini API and numerous other things. I just don't understand how both sides can blame the other like this.

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What in the fuck are you talking about? Tapioca Joe said he wants America to be **free of fossil fuels**. There are more than enough clips of him saying that. That isn't arguable. His war on fossil fuels began **the day** they wheeled him into the Oval Office and handed him a pen. The Biden administration at it's core doesn't want low gas prices. Gas prices started to rise immediately during this administration. If they wanted lower gas prices they could do it quickly. The API sent a letter detailing how that could happen this week. Military spending is another issue and completely unrelated. Military spending has been high in the US for decades, across many presidents on both sides. The current economic woes have nothing to do with Military... it's policy. Inflation is unrelated to Military Spending.

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>Your only stating what oracles can do but not how. For example how do they connect and how do they read the data. How do they check the data is correct etc. Blockchain oracles check the execution conditions of smart contracts and also provide them with the information they need to execute them. They are not part of the blockchain, and therefore do not violate its security - the network is still decentralized, but it has external data. Connection to external resources occurs through the API. Chainkink is an oracle that reports cryptocurrency quotes to protocols, and is also decentralized, inbound and software. They collect data from Internet sources, such as websites, in real time, most often information about quotes and exchange rates of cryptocurrencies. Chainlink request data from several sources and compare them, also provide data from the outside world to the smart contract.

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i think eclair is headless these days - i mean, there is no gui. the eclair git repo seems to imply running eclair using CLI or API methods [https://github.com/ACINQ/eclair/blob/master/docs/Usage.md](https://github.com/ACINQ/eclair/blob/master/docs/Usage.md) [https://github.com/ACINQ/eclair/blob/master/docs/API.md](https://github.com/ACINQ/eclair/blob/master/docs/API.md) however, the Ride The Lightning app supports eclair - [https://github.com/Ride-The-Lightning/RTL](https://github.com/Ride-The-Lightning/RTL) perhaps DM the devs on the bird site for advice - [https://twitter.com/RTL\_App](https://twitter.com/RTL_App)

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Ethereum is likely to make a strong comeback. It's got a lot of fantastic narratives around it rn. LINK is yet another, with staking opportunities now available for LINK holders, it'll definitely be a huge one. But then, LINK will pull a lot of top data oracle projects such as DIAdata DIA, API3 along with it.

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OK, myself, I put small amounts (20 to 30 euros) per week either to ADA, ALGO and I have sorted API3 and SCRT (small amounts for the time being). I have not done eth and BTC for a while, feeling that they will go lower.

Hi mate, thanks for replying. On the website, there is a page that covers the business model: https://mapmetrics.org/business-model/ It's covering the advertising space in the app, the map 3.0 API which will be usable for other navigation native apps, and data packages with more in-depth data than the ordinary navigation apps can provide by the use of SPT. I really do appreciate your time and please let me know if you have any more questions regarding the project.

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I'm gonna wait for the Fed meeting news. Almost 3 months ago now I bought some Woodcoin, Contracoin, API3, and Injective Protocol. Win some lose some!

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The ICO starts soon and we are very thankful for all the support. To reward all the \#Mapsters, we are giving away 3 SPTs for free! To enter: 1⃣Join @MapMetrics 2⃣RT+LIKE 3⃣Join Discord: There will be 3 winners: 1 Bike SPT🚲 1 Motorcycle SPT🏍️ 1 Car SPT🚗 --- Photos in tweet | [photo 1](https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FTjBpe7XEAI1lJ5.jpg) --- posted by [@MapMetrics](https://twitter.com/MapMetrics/) --- [Thanks to inteoryx, videos are supported even without Twitter API V2 support! Middle finger to you, twitter](https://github.com/inteoryx/twitter-video-dl)

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Bitcoin is a global free market payment network, and asset. It's been through government bans, exchange blow ups, hyperinflationary events, wars, capital controls, etc. What you're talking about is bitcoin the price. Not bitcoin the network. Bitcoin the network doesn't care what your recession, depression, war or ban is. Its fixed monetary policy, consensus rules, and neutrality don't change. As for your *tough years ahead*, I'd agree for any discrete payment network that isn't bitcoin. Most only see a price generated from Coingekko or Coinbase API and never bother with the rest. It's still a gambling tool for US dollar trading whose volatility is seen every so often in mainstream headlines of it crashing, dying, on its last legs... When the internet of money achieves the velocity of money like the internet achieved velocity of information, it'll absorb the world's value faster than you believe is possible, like a black hole, a circular economy of everywhere, while the overabundance of energy its mining subsidizes helps drive an overabundance of goods and services OUTSIDE the money, along with the global arbitrage that comes with a world connected to one payment network, all of this like how the internet drives an overabundance of information outside ever shrinking hard drives and silicon. Deflation. Dick Fosbury. Copernicus. Curtains. So while paper money and debt is still the dishonest global base layer which nothing honest can ever be built over, the asymmetric trade is flashing red. In conclusion, bitcoin is immune to recessions and depressions, but is the world immune to the internet of money?

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Thanks, but I want to use their REST API so that I'm not dependent on a third party library.

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Or the BTC is in cold wallets which users can’t directly withdraw from. And Coinbase transfers it but the API to do so doesn’t have a way to increase the fee post transfer to speed it up. And the crash leads to the mempool filling up so they have to pause withdrawals. Like what happened to Binance today.

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Clickbait title.. you can't withdraw to a newly added whitelist addresses for 48 hours after adding one. Gemini has this too. It's a non-issue. It's so if someone gets access to your account and adds a new address to withdraw to, you can't be wiped out that same day. This is a good change.. not a bad one. Now.. this is a bad change. Removed option to deposit from Coinbase.com Here is all of them, To better protect users’ funds against increased external fraud attempts, we’ve made the following updates to Coinbase Pro. Address Whitelisting required for off-platform crypto withdrawals Address Whitelisting and 2-factor authentication required for new API keys with the transfer permission 48-hour delay before whitelisted addresses can be used Removed option to deposit from Coinbase.com

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You can stack your btc on celsius for a juicy 5% API and then have more BTC ( in theory) /s

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BTC and some small bags of a few alts I think will do well next run. DOT, LINK, API3, CKB.

How much risk are you at? Beer money, an API wallet is probably fine. Enough money that if it would make you upset if you lost it, personally a fullnode would be my choice. You aped in your life savings, hardware wallet or a cold storage option.

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Buy $HOUSE and then stake $RENT, it's got a great 2.5%/year API

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It is all IPs. If the docs say 'hostname' they mean seed address. IP address. There are no hostnames anywhere in the bitcoin protocol or on the p2p network. None. The seeds returned in the DNS seeding process ARE ALL IPs. Here's the API call for the DNS seeding process (what I'm talking about). You can see by the spec that it returns IP addrs: [https://developer.bitcoin.org/reference/rpc/getnodeaddresses.html](https://developer.bitcoin.org/reference/rpc/getnodeaddresses.html) And here is how the P2P network works: [https://developer.bitcoin.org/reference/p2p\_networking.html](https://developer.bitcoin.org/reference/p2p_networking.html)

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First they raised the API fees and now this. Feels like every exchange is getting worse.

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They aren’t accepting it. You perceived definition of “accepting” isn’t literal and that’s probably where the disconnect is. I just didn’t want to keep arguing that stupid sh, but for you’ I’ll continue. Step 1) You pay crypto to strike. Strike ‘accepts’ crypto. Step 2) Strike pays fiat to company. Company ‘accepts’ fiat. Step 3) Company gives you product or service. Nowhere in this process is the company ‘accepting’ crypto. Strike is selling your crypto for you and for the company. The company ‘accepts’ Strike’s 3rd party conversion service via API and accounting, not your crypto. A company ‘accepting’ crypto and having channels that let’s you receive a service or good with crypto are two different things. I can’t make this explanation any more clearer for you.

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Google+ was a social network bro, not a cloud. Google's enterprise cloud is called GCP, Amazon's is called AWS, Microsoft's is AZURE, Apples's is called iCloud. These clouds have contracts with every major government, the US military, every Fortune 500 company, every phone provider, every ISP, most Ethereum validators, most Ethereum wallets, most Ethereum API data providers (like Etherscan), etc. They have grown every year since inception, and will go away only if you get the internet to go away. Or you have mesh networks like what BTC and its nodes are trending towards.

#Chainlink Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by FrogsDoBeCool which won 2nd place in the Chainlink Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > # Chainlink - Oracles, the thing no basic crypto investor understands > > Disclaimer: I own Chainlink, and believe it's a good project. > > * Chainlink is, confusing to say the least. It does a lot. Specifically with smart contracts. I really feel like I need to explain an oracle before I dig too deep in this. (it's okay, oracles are directly related to chainlink). > > # Oracles > > * Transactions when validated need to be sequential and agreed upon with every ledger? right? yes, but [smart contracts ruin that.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJfkNzyO7-U) (0:00-3:00, heavily referenced in oracle problem). Imagine you need to send $5 of eth to someone every minute, forever. great. cool. no. > * When we use an API in the smart contract to find the price of eth to send $5 to person A, we have to deal with the fact the price of ETH will changes, all the nodes that validate this one transaction take time to validate the transaction, therefore all the nodes validating said transaction will get a different result. Destroying the entire Ethereum network and making Vitalik cry. > * When we call transactions already validated to be checked again, the API used will be called again. So imagine sending $5 of eth to person A in 2017, which would be 0.5 eth at the time. But today 0.5 eth is worth like, $2000. So getting the history of all transactions.. can't happen. > * **How Oracles Solve this dilemma** > * Oracles in a sense connect historic data to current. They keep the data of API's, transactions, etc, so that they can bridge the differences in data and keep transactions able to be validated. For an easier explanation, they take the transaction, and bundle it, for all the nodes to get, to validate. > * **The Oracle problem** > * The reason many, many oracles have failed in the past is due to the [oracle problem](https://blog.chain.link/what-is-the-blockchain-oracle-problem/), in which we trade decentralization for well.. smart contracts to work. Because an Oracle keeps the data of all smart contract transactions to distribute to nodes to give one singular result, and the fact many oracles have used a single storage server, they're inherently centralized. It's similar to having a cryptocurrency being made on one node. > * [Centralization is not the only issue,](https://medium.com/@DelphiSystems/the-oracle-problem-856ccbdbd14f) Native blockchains cannot pull or push data onto off-chain data. This gives these networks security from hackers and vulnerabilities. Although, the world is kinda sexy with data, and apis, and oh my god. all the numbers. Smart contracts love numbers. > * How are these problems solved? Chainlink! > > # Chainlink, its use, purpose, and value > > * The actual coin, [Link](https://cryptonews.com/coins/chainlink/), is used similar to a gas payment, in which they use it to help validate transactions. It's been stated historically that Link as a coin is not needed at all, and is a useless coin.. But, nope, if that was true, then ethereum gas fees would be useless too. (while i wish gas fees were useless, they're not!) > * The more link a node has collected, [generally the more trusted it is](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2fg8qGWBYE), allowing it to get more data. This one key idea would make people think Chainlink is centralized, but instead, there's been a way to increase the speed of the network and validation of transactions, since the fastest nodes are also the ones with the most link. > * Chainlink works on several blockchains > * [External adaptors](https://docs.chain.link/docs/external-adapters/) allow smart contracts to be able to be used and validated on multiple blockchains, one of the earliest examples of attempting to bridge cryptocurrencies! > * External adaptors are also what chainlink use to bridge data from API's to the blockchain network in a decentralized way. > * **The Oracle Problem** > * Chainlink solves this issue efficiently, cleanly, and thankfully easy to explain. They basically built an entire blockchain on a blockchain just for smart contracts. > * [They have decentralized nodes](https://docs.chain.link/docs/running-a-chainlink-node/). The nodes collect data from API's, then validate them via specific oracles in each node, then is sent to the blockchain. Nodes are compensated in LINK coins for this work. They also receive data from the blockchain too to then send that data usually to API's. > * Real World Use > * Data feeds is the initial problem I basically introduced in this cointest, in that we cannot know the historic value of eth on an API that's ever changing. Chainlink, because of oracles, has solved this. Don't believe me? kinda hurts, but no matter. [Here's an example.](https://data.chain.link/) Data feeds are now a basic example of what Chainlink can do, and should be known as one of the first things chainlink and oracles, in general, were built to solve. > * the entire ethereum DeFi world is built on chainlink's protocols. Yeah, by the way, Ethereum is valued at 500 billion dollars. > * Chainlink is honestly, **the bridge to the internet** \- **to the blockchain**. It is one of the most useful projects that could ever be made in crypto, and it's one of the only decentralized oracle cryptos. > * Any data that can be scraped into an API can be put onto the blockchain now because of Chainlink. Bank information, financial statements.. you could even end up building an API on r/cc to scrape data, to host a website on web 3.0 using smart contracts, and by that nature, chainlink. > * Grayscale crypto etf's have a Chainlink trust, [specifically for chainlink!](https://grayscale.com/products/grayscale-chainlink-trust/?gclid=Cj0KCQiA4b2MBhD2ARIsAIrcB-RTNwh_LNWBoCGHuRRAbQYNuwpo095BoYlYF2xFPawJecHUBNYZgwwaAoqOEALw_wcB) > * Chainlink is used everywhere in most blockchains with smart contracts, because of its decentralized, ease of use, oracles. I'm grasping at straws just simply because Chainlink seems to solve specific issues that people would not encounter in daily cryptocurrency life, but Chainlink literally is the foundation of many things cryptocurrency. That's the key takeaway from this. > > ​ > > ​ > > some cool things i found: > > when looking over reddit, i found apparently the technical community manager vibing, explaining [oracles.](https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoTechnology/comments/81te2i/how_do_blockchainssmart_contracts_communicate/) back in 2018, when link was around $0.50. Like damn bro, why couldn't I have had the fucking TCM explain oracles to me when link was 50 cents. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/qk4yos/coin_inquiries_round_chainlink_proarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Chainlink) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

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Just a word of caution that leverage trading, especially this high, is just degenrative and pure gambling. You can deisgn any bot which uses a exchanges API, essentially you create a program where you give it access to a exchange account and makes trade for you. No matter what you do, market moves independent to you and you will be liquidated before it moves in your favour. You see how many billions in shorts and longs get wiped each time BTC moves. My humble opinion ? Check out services like Pionex. They allow you to run simple to complex bots. Start with those and see if they meet your risk appetite first

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I love how you clearly have not read what any Central Bank thinks about programmable CBDC yet immediately jump to the conclusion that it must mean the government is not going to let you buy meat. In all the releases I have seen them publish, it’s clearly more something akin to an open banking API or smart contract.

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It's a smart contract API for bridging Ethereum assets to Polkadot via Moonbeam's direct ETH bridge. They have an SDK and everything that makes conversions seamless.

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I think this is fantastic news for LINK. I mean the road map. The plan to launch staking at this time is so bullish for the project. This will bring oracle projects to the limelight. DIA & API3 are good alternatives if you ask me. I guess there's a massive opportunity with low cap alts.

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Thinking maybe LINK pump helping move BAND and API3 (also pumping). Every once in a while, people remember oracles are important to crypto.

Hi! Liron here. A few insights off the top of my head: \- The cost savings are real. dYdX trades have decreased from 1500 gas per trade to 500 gas per trade as number of trades has increased. NFT mints has gone down to sub 10 gas as more NFTs have gone into a proof. \- I've seen, first hand, many traditional companies go through the journey of "side chains or competing L1s are cheaper and safe enough", only to realize that it's wrong. They ultimately come back to Ethereum. \- Since the StarkEx API is a traditional REST API, you can just hire a web2 dev. Dev onboarding is significantly easier than needing to find a Solidity dev or a Cairo dev. \- Most functionalities can be reduced to minting, transferring and trading of assets, so StarkEx works out-of-the-box for most use cases. \- The Shared Prover technology isn't just some cryptographic gimmick - it is saving these teams thousands of dollars every week. \- It's been a great platform to make sure the tech works before we solve for a decentralized, permissionless network. Not sure if this completely answers your question, lmk!

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You could setup the spreadsheet to query and update the subreddit data automatically from the coingecko API. Google docs does this using javascript with Apps scripts https://www.coingecko.com/en/api/documentation Ethereum example request URL: https://api.coingecko.com/api/v3/coins/ethereum?localization=false&tickers=false&market_data=false&community_data=true&developer_data=false&sparkline=false https://blog.coingecko.com/import-coingecko-cryptocurrency-data-into-google-sheets/ This even includes data beyond subscriber count (which is often gamed by shitcoins buying subscribers), like I saw you were looking for

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tldr; A retirement account trust company is suing Gemini for failing to have the "proper safeguards in place" to protect its customers' assets. IRA Financial Trust alleges hackers stole $36 million in crypto assets belonging to their customers' retirement accounts which were reportedly in Gemini's custody. The firm claims Gemini’s Application Programming Interface (API) had a single point of failure. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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tldr; Quant Network, Polkadot and Cosmos are 3 of the most popular interoperability protocols in the crypto space. Quant does not exist as a blockchain network, rather, it uses an API network (Overledger) which allows one to connect to different blockchains. Quant is more focused on getting developers to build mApps (Multi-chain Decentralized Applications) that connect to its network. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Just ping CMCs API every five minutes

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Is there are service which offers an API that'll give me prices for the last 24 hours, in 5 minute intervals?

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Does anyone have a recommendation for a simple crypto API? I just want to be able to view holdings (even better, historical holdings) of a given wallet address? Is this even possible? I have a fun side project I want to try for myself, but each API I look at seems to be focused on trading/exchange rates. Thank you!

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Metaverse was a flash in the pan hype without any real substance IMO. I'd say invest in things that have a clearly defined use case in the underlying crypto ecosystem. Things like oracles (Chainlink, API3, etc) or layer 0's (Cosmos, DOT, Nervos, etc). If you want to drop a bit of cash on some metaverse stuff, go for it, but I wouldn't go too heavy on it.

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I think the alternative L1 hype of the last bull run is kind of dying down. The few early ones that gained traction should remain relevant, but I'd be careful about investing too much into new ones at this point. I don't think people see a need for hundreds of L1's. Just IMO. So, if this is true, what will the big hype be on the next bull run? I'm trying to think ahead. Oracles? I've been stacking some API3, and I'm thinking about getting some LINK too. Next run might actually be Chainlink's time to shine. What else could possibly be big next run?

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