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April 02, 2011, 06:42:56 AM
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It would be very helpful if BTCex.com exposed an API call to send Bitcoins to any address, similar to the one on Mt. Gox. There is a form for the user to fill in under the Funds tab, but it would be very nice to do it through an external interface.

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April 02, 2011, 07:15:40 AM
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It would be very helpful if BTCex.com exposed an API call to send Bitcoins to any address, similar to the one on Mt. Gox. There is a form for the user to fill in under the Funds tab, but it would be very nice to do it through an external interface.

Easey to implement this but why?

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April 02, 2011, 11:35:56 AM
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It would be very helpful if BTCex.com exposed an API call to send Bitcoins to any address, similar to the one on Mt. Gox. There is a form for the user to fill in under the Funds tab, but it would be very nice to do it through an external interface.

Easey to implement this but why?
I suppose then BTCex.com could be used as a payment mechanism - "click here to buy this using your bitcoins stored at BTCex.com".

I can see it being useful, but it would be good if it were opt-in only. I quite like the idea that any bitcoin withdrawal at an exchange can only go to the one bitcoin address - it adds to the security.

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April 02, 2011, 06:50:35 PM
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The reason is the same for having any API at all: you would like to provide a way for the user to perform any function of the service from an external interface.

Think of Twitter and external Twitter apps. I envision a future application for Bitcoin trading where one single desktop client will be able to present the user with their trading accounts from multiple exchanges. It would naturally need an API call to transfer money, so there could be transfers between accounts, or out of the system altogether.

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June 08, 2011, 01:37:56 AM
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June 08, 2011, 06:38:06 PM
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You can already do all of that with sierra charts. They have an API which you can tweak your own buy sell algorithms. The trick for me was to create a rely (i wrote mine in java) between mtgox and the trade feed in sierra charts.

as for the Trading API, all requests must be POST. You also do no specify the parameters in the query string. This is a low level secuirtyu mechanism for people sniffing urls, like your job, isp, router, etc...

Another great tool and easy to setup is to download and install the firefox plugin call Poster. This plugin lets you perform any type of HTTP request. I have multiple poster dialogs opened up for each of the actuions i commonly do. And tweak the parameters as needed. I trust this a little more (dont know why) then manually typing these at the command line.

Ive found this is a little faster then the website,since you are skipping the entire gui part.

If someone has some good ideas for a bot, maybe we can collab, right now i have to many other bitcoin projects im in the middle of working on, but i do have a little time to dedicate to a team working on a bot.

lastly if anyone has any concepts for a trading desktop app, thats another project i would like to use, cuz well, i dont really like sierra charts to much, between its lack of asthetics, and many quirks

happy trading =)
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