Crypto Exchange API Update: Ripple Support

We are pleased to announce the addition of Ripple (“XRP”) to the Suredbits Crypto Spot Exchange API and Crypto Futures Exchange API.  Ripple has an approximately $13.5 billion market cap and averages roughly $85.2 million 24 hour trading volume on our represented …

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Crypto Exchange API Update: Bitcoin Cash Support

We are pleased to announce the addition of Bitcoin Cash, a.k.a. “BCash” to the Suredbits Crypto Spot Exchange API and Crypto Futures Exchange API.  BCash has approximately $5.1 billion market cap and averages roughly $126 million 24 hour trading volume on represented …

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How to: Suredbits API JS client library

In December, Suredbits released the worlds first streaming API for cryptocurrency exchange market data over the Lightning Network. It allows developers and traders to query for realtime market data on both spot and futures based products. This is in addition to …

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How do Submarine Swaps work?

Submarine Swaps is a novel way of bridging the gap between the Lightning Network and onchain Bitcoin blockchain funds. The scenario is as follows: Alice and Bob has a Lightning Network channel. All the money is on Alice’s side, and …

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Crypto Exchange API Update: Litecoin Support

We are pleased to announce the addition of Litecoin to the Suredbits Crypto Spot Exchange API and Crypto Futures Exchange API. Litecoin has a $5.6 billion market cap with roughly $2.4 billion 24 hour trading volume. With the addition of Litecoin, our Spot and …

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Lightning 101 For Exchanges: Regulation Part 2

This is the third post in our Lightning 101 For Exchanges series. In this post we explain why crypto exchanges can feel confident in adopting Lightning for their business operations while complying with regulatory requirements. For purposes of this analysis we will …

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Announcement: Crypto Futures API Release

Today we are excited to release our new Crypto Futures API. This new service will enable users to query for Futures contracts data using our standard channels: “Tickers”, “Trades” and “Books”. Our initial release will have Bitmex and Kraken exchanges. We …

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