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May 30, 2018, 04:55:59 AM
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For a long time I used the open source coinmarket API daily. I guess not just me, but a hundred people. Over the last few days, they seem to be limiting requests. But it is not very clear what that limit would be. I already tried to change with the trigger without any success.

Is there any other site that provides a similar function to keep up with the market price of Bitcoin and altcoins?
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May 30, 2018, 07:18:10 AM
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CoinMarketCap? The current limit is 10 requests per 1 minute for V1 API (which will stop working at the end of the year) and 30 requests per 1mn for API V2. Alternatively, you could use CryptoCompare API.

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May 31, 2018, 04:26:39 AM
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CoinMarketCap? The current limit is 10 requests per 1 minute for V1 API (which will stop working at the end of the year) and 30 requests per 1mn for API V2. Alternatively, you could use CryptoCompare API.

Yes, CoinMarketCap. I think they've changed the limit requests. I'm upgrading to v2, but with the option to update every 6 hours, it's always giving an error. I knew the cryptocompare but I had never read their documentation, it seems very complete and it is free, I'm going to test it. Thanks for the suggestion.
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June 01, 2018, 09:44:32 PM
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For a long time I used the open source coinmarket API daily. I guess not just me, but a hundred people. Over the last few days, they seem to be limiting requests. But it is not very clear what that limit would be. I already tried to change with the trigger without any success.

Is there any other site that provides a similar function to keep up with the market price of Bitcoin and altcoins?
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August 16, 2018, 11:43:22 PM
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For a long time I used the open source coinmarket API daily. I guess not just me, but a hundred people. Over the last few days, they seem to be limiting requests. But it is not very clear what that limit would be. I already tried to change with the trigger without any success.

Is there any other site that provides a similar function to keep up with the market price of Bitcoin and altcoins?

what do you need it for?

statistical analysis is pretty much useless for this market

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