Hot answers tagged

7

This question has been asked in the #api-developers channel of the Bittrex Slack Group a few times. Here's the important fragment of the discussion with somewhat an answer to our question. July 2nd, 2017 Some user: seriously guys.. the rate limit.. what is it.. bittrex-bill: It varies by API call. If you hit the limit, you are abusing it. If you hit ...


5

Volume is the amount traded in that altcoin over the past 24 hours. In the case of BTC-DGB, this is the amount of DGB that has been traded in 24 hours. BaseVolume is the total value traded in the base currency, for example Bitcoin. Volume increases regardless if it is a buy or sell order. To find the overall volume you can go to https://coinmarketcap....


3

@reboltof mentions in this post that they got banned for a week for spamming the API. The email @reboltof received from Bittrex when the ban was lifted said to limit API calls to 1 request per second.


2

They don't reuse market IDs. For example, SaturnCoin (SAT) has been deleted and replaced with SAT2. That was market ID 168(search for cryptsy. It links to https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/168). If you want to go there, you'll be redirected to the home page. SAT2 has market ID 233. Why wouldn't they replace SAT/BCT with SAT2/BTC? Anyhow, market 248 (...


2

Mintpal has a limit of 10 requests/second MintPal API v1 offers a simple REST API to retrieve information about our markets. The API responses are JSON encoded arrays. Please be aware that calls to the API are rate limited to 10 requests per second, any requests exceeding this rate will be met with a HTTP 503 response. I know Kraken has different rules. ...


2

The transaction fee is neither static nor a percentage of the amount you transfer. It is based entirely on the size of the transaction in bytes (because a transaction is just data). Since you have no control over the transaction except for one of the outputs, you cannot determine the fee that will be paid. It is better to send it all as one transaction ...


2

I've never seen an exchange that required a destination tag even when sending to an account that doesn't require one. But any destination tag will do. The destination tag just tells the recipient account holder who to credit for the payment. But you are the recipient account holder, so you don't need this information. Entering one should be fine.


2

You can use this field from response json to know if order is filled QuantityRemaining And this filed tells if order is open or close IsOpen Its pretty self-explanatory. Comment if you wish to know more things.


2

Unfortunately, once the transaction is confirmed on the blockchain there is no way to retreive the funds and, that I know of, there is no way to zap the pending transaction from the distributed mempool, nor can I imagine a way. The transaction will likely be confirmed in due course. Even if Blockchain.com zap the tx locally and the Bitcoin show up again in ...


1

I don't think Bittrex has a sandbox mode, I googled it and there wasnt so much information around... You can look for testnets and testnet coins faucets if you want to test cryptos without spending real money.


1

The rate (of exchange) is just the price for your order. According to their documentation, when you create a buy or sell order, you need to specify the market, the quantity, and the rate. The market specifies the currency pair. For example the market BTC-XRP specifies BTC as the "quote currency" and XRP as the "base currency". The quantity specifies how ...


1

Bithomp now shows transaction hash (id), in the transaction block. You need to press on the orange i. The problem that is shows only first or last 200 transactions. You can use ripple api, to get the info as well. https://ripple.com/build/data-api-v2/


1

According to the latest Bittrex Beta documentation, there is a JSON key called "CommissionPaid", minified to "n", which would indicate how much commission was paid on a trade. From my experience, it would seem that only the new beta websocket API provides this information, which means you'd have to subscribe to that and check the feed for this value. A ...


1

No you're not allowed to have multiple addresses on Bittrex and by so a generated addresse will always be the same. You can confirm it


1

Your issue makes no sense; the price of the intermediary currency is irrelevant. Say you want to buy $600 worth of Bloopcoin. Bloopcoin's exchange rate is around $60 per Bloop, so you expect to get 10 Bloop. Unfortunately only markets to buy with BTC are available, and (assume) BTC's exchange rate is $6000 per BTC. You can still buy 0.1 BTC for $600, and ...


1

Contact Bittrex immediately. They may be able to return the funds if the destination address doesn't map to a valid customer. But if it does, they probably already credited that customer and there is likely nothing that they can do.


1

I have tried to do the same, and as far as I know it is not possible. The best solution may be to start today, and in 10 days you will have 10 days worth of trades :)


1

It's not clear which API call that you are using so I'll give my two ideas on what the problem might be: If you are using the "getmarketsummary" API call and calling that every minute then you will get wrong data because this is based on 24-hours. In my opinion, this is a useless feature. If you are getting the market trades and then calculating the OHLCV ...


1

If it's a native wallet on the ledger, then 20 XRP will not be transferrable, though you can use it to pay transaction fees. Exchanges typically have you pay into their account, so there's no reserve that you need to pay. For reasons that nobody has ever figured out, Poloniex does make you pay the 20 XRP reserve.


1

The response it pretty clear , you need to find a way to extract the private key of the neo wallet and import it into some other BTC wallet which allows you to do that. What wallet are you using for NEO? I cannot comment if this will work though as i have no idea how the Private,Public keys are generated for NEO.


1

Check the Bittrex api page. The buyLimit endpoint says that the rate must be the rate at which to place the order. In order to get the current ask price, use the getticker api which will return something like: { "success" : true, "message" : "", "result" : { "Bid" : 2.05670368, "Ask" : 3.35579531, "Last" : 3.35579531 ...


1

First, find the transaction on a blockchain explorer like blockchair.com or blockchain.info and make sure it appears as valid. If it isn't found, it wasn't broadcast at all by your wallet, and you can find many free broadcast services here. Assuming it is valid, has been broadcast, then find a free transaction accelerator (don't bother paying the ones that ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible