Customer requests for features have been flooding in, we’ve been #BUILDing and shipping as fast as our team can code. These updates are very exciting, as they unleash so many new & actionable business cases.

Realtime OHLCV for Bitcoin via API

New Metrics!

Actionable metrics are hard to come by, most require going to a website or waiting for the daily/weekly roundup. Our latest endpoints focus on time series realtime and historical data. While we default to a 24hr time frame, we actually offer a large amount of options for time frame & tick intervals with options: 1 minute, 5 minute, 1 hour, 1 day, 1 week. Data sets include historical data going back to each blockchain genesis.

Blockchain Metrics

Context is key — We now provide two endpoints that have blockchain level context metrics:


Diving deeper into a blockchain, we can look at block data over time. This reveals how the network is operating & including transactions. Metrics returned in these endpoints include: timestamp, difficultyAverage, durationAverage, hashrateAverage, issuanceAverage, issuanceTotal, issuanceUnit, sizeAverage, transactionsAverage, transactionsTotal


Lastly, we have transactions metrics, the key way to look at value and fees moving in the network. Metrics available in these endpoints include: timestamp, feesAverage, feesAverageUSD, feesTotal, feesTotalUSD, feesUnit, transactionsTotal, valueAverage, valueAverageUSD, valueTotal, valueTotalUSD, valueUnit

Options & Configurations

The following are outlined within our documentation, however I wanted to highlight the use & available options for easy understanding. Using these 3 parameters allows your application to get the specific data you need.

  • timeFrame — tick intervals, default 1h, with options: 1m, 5m, 1h, 1d, 1w
  • startDate — Defines the beginning of the data time frame
  • endDate — Defines the ending of the data time frame

Developer Challenge: Scale DeFi Update

We’re coming to an end with the developer challenge. We’ve already paid 4 great projects and can’t wait to share the full scope of exciting projects once they’re done! There’s still time to build — start now:

BUILD & Earn today! See here →

CSV Support

Tired of JSON? Who’s JSON?
Why do you only deliver JSON when I want CSV!

As of today, our API supports CSV responses in addition to JSON. Using CSV is as simple as:

Add “format=csv” to the API endpoint

Why CSV?

Imagine you use excel, google sheets or like reading csv files. With only JSON as a data format, you need to manually convert the data into comma separated values, and format any data types that work for programs like excel. With CSV as an output option, you can now use the data without parsing to csv!

TLDR; See documentation here

Here’s some of our best examples:
1. Historical Asset Price — View a digital asset movement over time
2. Blockchain Transactions — See network value transfer & activity
3. Account Balance — Portfolio holdings over time
4. Digital Asset Rankings — Generate reports covering entire digital asset class

But wait, there’s more! We’ve even added a superpower to csv formatting:

CSV Fields

You can define the fields you care about, in the order you want, and get a simplified data set to work with. This makes it especially powerful for running things in jupyter notebooks, charting in sheets, or filtering out the vast amount of data that is less important.

Here’s a quick example of how this works:

Add “format=csv&fields=timestamp,price” to the API endpoint

In the following chart, we request the timestamp, close and volume so we can see the movement over the past day. I then imported the csv into google sheets and selected charting.

Using format=csv in Postman

Import a csv file into google sheets

Open a new google sheets file, click “File”, then “Import”

Upload the file from your computer, saved from Postman

Upload the file from your computer, saved from Postman. Select “replace” in the google prompt.

Select the columns

Select the columns you want to chart, then click “Insert”, then “Chart”. If you did everything right, you should see something great like this:

The CSV charted with Close & Volume of BTC USD data from

This is huge! If you’re a non-developer, its as simple as using our Postman collection and google sheets to start working & understanding digital asset data!

This works for more difficult (yet powerful) examples as well:

  • Address Balance: “/addresses/:hash/account-balances/historical?includePrice=true&format=csv&fields=timestamp,value,price”
  • Blockchain Transactions: “/transactions?includePrice=true&format=csv&fields=blockNumber,value,fee,price_value_total,statusResult_name”
  • Digital Asset Rankings: “/market/rankings?format=csv&fields=rank,symbol,currentPrice,marketCap”

We’ve got so much CSV for you, here’s the master list:


Okay, actually I lied, this is already released!
We’ve updated our @Crypto bot, and its more powerful than ever.

The Crypto bot for Digital Asset Data

You can use your favorite chat application to get digital asset information right within your conversations!

The chatbot is supported in Slack, Discord & Symphony!

Get started here

Until next update, stay safe & healthy.

❤️ Team.