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New Crypto Market Data API by Coinpaprika

Mon, 05/23/2022 - 14:35
New Crypto Market Data API by Coinpaprika
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Coinpaprika is continuing to push its crypto market data business, by launching three brand new crypto API services this month.  The company has been known not only for its reliability but also for speed. According to API Metrics, their API has been rated as is the fastest API in Fintech.

For the past 4 years, the company has been delivering data for free to the global crypto community and will continue to do so because they believe in supporting small projects and individuals that need support.

However 3 new commercial API services will be added: Pro, Business, and Enterprise. The pricing will differ depending on the number of API calls, access to historical data as well as the level of customer support. They are an ideal fit for clients with different needs and technical requirements; from hobbyists, and small businesses to the most demanding clients like institutional investors.

Coinpaprika API has been trusted by the community experts like Sequoia Capital, Ramp Network as well as the blockchain software technology giant - Consensys.

The service is providing support for all the popular integrations like Kotlin, Go, Swift, Node, or php.

Coinpaprika’s team provides 24/7 phone as well as real-time slack support.

You can check the full specs: users are eligible for a 15% discount with the promo code utoday2022 until 15/06/2022

  • Pro Package - 500 000 calls, Email support, 1 month of historical data, access to all assets. Price: 199$
  • Business Package - 3 000 000 calls, 24h support and, 1 Year of historical data, access to all assets. Price: 799$
  • Enterprise - No limits on calls, real-time support, no limits on historical data, access to all assets Price upon request. 

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