I'm looking at the crypto street home page and the pairs are backwards when compared to other exchanges. It doesn't appear to be a mistake because the prices are inverted compared to other exchanges - it just seems odd.
In the foreign exchange market, currencies are displayed as what's known as a currency pair. Trades require that one currency be exchanged for another, in proportion to the quoted pair. As an example, let's consider USD/JPY, which at the time of this post is 98.74. What that means is that to buy 1 USD, you will need to give 98.74 JPY. Generally speaking, the stronger currency is quoted first so that one can easily understand how many of the quote currency one will need to buy the base currency. If we reveresed it, and instead quoted JPY/USD, it would mean that to buy 1 JPY I would need to give 0.01012760785902 USD. That's a lot harder to intuitively grasp than 98.74!