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
We’re pleased to introduce a new drawing tool to Cryptowatch, combining date and price ranges into a single drawing. Measure is contextual to each market, supporting both amount and percentage changes to be placed on any chart or indicator. Want to follow along? Open up your nearest Cryptowatch chart and we'll get started. During initial … Continue reading Measure on Charts
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
Anyone can create a custom theme for Cryptowatch in the theme picker - try your hand at creating one and tweet it @cryptowat_ch for a chance to win a year of streaming data and trading through Cryptowatch, a $900 value.
Cryptowatch gives you a single terminal for crypto trading that connects to all your exchanges (Kraken, Binance, Bitfinex, Coinbase Pro, and 4 more), with integrated charting, easy order editing, and hotkeys. This post shows you all the tips and tricks for getting the most out of the interface.
With Cryptowatch and Zapier, traders can automate their strategies without a single line of code. Here's how to dollar-cost average with Zapier and Cryptowatch.
Reminiscent of an 80s computer terminal, Cryptowatch is your command center for crypto. We bring every market to one place so you can chart, arbitrage, trade, chat, track your portfolio, and more. Here's what our team shipped on July 2nd - including a new automation integration with Zapier, a Trollbox, a Google Sheets integration, Websocket API, custom theming, and a command line interface for navigation, alerts, and (eventually) trading.