The new release includes two new modules, in-app theme switching, a new navigation Command Bar, plus a host of other quality of life improvements for constructing bespoke trading dashboards.
This August, Cryptowatch will replace its SaaS-style pricing tiers with a new, more flexible à la carte pricing model called Credits. Find out more details about the new pricing model in this post.
On Tuesday, we changed how we count total asset volume and liquidity. We used to count a market's volume and liquidity towards only its base asset's total volume. For example, a BTC/USDT market's volume would only count towards BTC's 24 hour volume. As of Tuesday, we count volume and liquidity towards both the base and … Continue reading A change to our ranking methodology
We have six job openings at Cryptowatch for Product Managers. We're looking for people who have an obsession with building software, obnoxious attention to detail, and a strong intuition for user experience. You will be working every day with developers, designers, and project managers. You will be making lots of product decisions and documenting them … Continue reading We’re hiring Product Managers to grow Cryptowatch
The Cryptowatch team has recently welcomed Héctor Ramón, also known as hecrj, who is the author of a Rust GUI framework called iced. Héctor has joined us as our first full-time Rust developer. Héctor got a lot of attention for iced when he announced it on reddit in September, and deservedly so. It's a nicely … Continue reading Sponsoring development of Rust GUI library iced
Today we released changes that make it possible to pay for a higher hourly allowance on our REST API. We have also reduced the hourly CPU allowance limit for anonymous users from 8 CPU seconds to 4 CPU seconds. There is a 6 week grace period during which the default anonymous allowance will gradually lower … Continue reading Changes to the Cryptowatch REST API hourly limits
Modern best practices in both React and Angular make a dangerous omission: the method attribute on form elements. This can lead to accidental logging of user credentials. It is now considered standard to hijack a form’s submit behavior in these frameworks using onSubmit or ng-submit, and most code examples don’t even bother to give their … Continue reading Don’t forget to POST