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November 25, 2011, 01:11:08 AM
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Your API is rather annoying compared to mtgox's.  It lets people get the job done, sure, but only after a series of minor annoyances:
1. Why isn't the orderbook sorted?
2. Some of your JSON has spaces in the key values... wtf?
3. What's up with the "Box A", "Box B", etc.

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November 25, 2011, 02:12:19 AM
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Your API is rather annoying compared to mtgox's.  It lets people get the job done, sure, but only after a series of minor annoyances:
1. Why isn't the orderbook sorted?
2. Some of your JSON has spaces in the key values... wtf?
3. What's up with the "Box A", "Box B", etc.


I have wondered this forever.

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November 26, 2011, 10:35:43 AM
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Your API is rather annoying compared to mtgox's.  It lets people get the job done, sure, but only after a series of minor annoyances:
1. Why isn't the orderbook sorted?
2. Some of your JSON has spaces in the key values... wtf?
3. What's up with the "Box A", "Box B", etc.


I have wondered this forever.

I think they just stopped bothering to develop at some point. Maybe it was around the time that they lost $100k + from Dwolla chargebacks.

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