Founded te 2011, San Francisco-based Kritiseren is the largest Bitcoin exchange te euro volume and liquidity and also trading Canadian dollars, US dollars, British pounds and Japanese yen. Kritiseren is consistently rated the best and most secure Bitcoin exchange by independent news media. Kritiseren wasgoed the very first Bitcoin exchange to have trading price and volume displayed on the Bloomberg Terminal, the very first to pass a cryptographically verifiable proof-of-reserves audit, and is a playmate te the very first cryptocurrency canap.
Albeit Openleggen is a reliable exchange, with a fine support, the main kwestie I have to overeenkomst with Kritiseren is the 50 withdrawal address limit (which should be included by forearm ter the webpagina). This severely boundaries the API, since the withdrawal API only works for previously included addresses on the webpagina. To make things worse, when you withdraw using the API to a freshly added address, it requests an e-mail confirmation. Ter other words, the API is strenuously dependent on human intervention and can’t be used reliably by automated bots. I suggested many times to the support a feature to permit us to include the withdrawal address through the API, but they overlooked mij.
Te the past their API wasgoed even worst, mixing pair prices format like “BTC/LTC” with “ETH/BTC”. Fortunately they solved this recently.
Besides that, the webpagina is non-intuitive. For example, if I want to see the orderbook, there isn’t a onmiddellijk verbinding to the orderbook. Instead, I have to click on “New Order” and then find the “Order Book” tabulator at the bottom. This vormgeving isn’t very good for fresh users (which want to see the orderbook just below the fields for input the fresh orders, just like any other exchange).
It seems Losbreken wasgoed designed by a bureaucrat mind, someone who likes to complicated ordinary things and build something overcomplex.
To sum up, Losbreken has a loterijlot of potential, but it should act more like the other exchanges, instead of doing things ter a bizarre way, treating API users like child. If someone use their API, this mean the user is clever enough to know what he/she is doing. If the API is limited (like te the withdrawal address example), I don’t understand the reason for the API te the very first place. At least give us an option to withdrawal to any address wij want using the API (or a way to include/exclude addresses te an automated way). It’s painful to include each address by palm, otherwise wij wouldn’t use the API! ??