I've been searching for an API that returns the logo/image for a cryptocurrency. API's like CoinCap.io and Bittrex don't return this information in the response. Is there any public API which provides the logo for a specific cryptocurrency?

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You can use their css class


attach it in your html file and call it like that for bitcoin logo:

<span class="sprite sprite-bitcoin small_coin_logo"></span>

But you have to contact them for copyright measures.


No particular API, but a solution how to get all logos from Coinmarketcap with the correct IDs can be found here: https://github.com/giekaton/cryptocurrency-logos

  • For the high quality .png and vector .svg files see this new Crypto Logos gallery.
    – dziungles
    Commented May 16, 2019 at 13:23

New update, seems like CoinCap.io stores their logos here:


Just replace the parentheses above with the symbol of the cryptocurrency you are looking for. Example:

https://assets.coincap.io/assets/icons/[email protected]

The symbol can be found using the CoinCap.io API


  "data": {
    "id": "bitcoin",
    "rank": "1",
    "symbol": "BTC",
    "name": "Bitcoin",
    "supply": "17193925.0000000000000000",
    "maxSupply": "21000000.0000000000000000",
    "marketCapUsd": "119179791817.6740161068269075",
    "volumeUsd24Hr": "2928356777.6066665425687196",
    "priceUsd": "6931.5058555666618359",
    "changePercent24Hr": "-0.8101417214350335",
    "vwap24Hr": "7175.0663247679233209"
  "timestamp": 1533581098863

Docs: https://docs.coincap.io/

Happy coding!

  • nice free api, shame a coin like ENS is missing (& i'd speculate other important coin might be missing too)
    – mikakun
    Commented Sep 4, 2022 at 17:01

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