January 20th 2017
After some long long internal discussion, we decided that it's time to pull the plug on Biteasy.
It's been 3 years since we released Biteasy and kept it FREE for all this time by maintaining it with private funds, serving thousands of API requests and site visitors per month, and becoming a valuable asset to the bitcoin community. . . .
Our REST API and Websockets API are also 100% operational for Litecoin data consumption so feel free to have a look at the documentation in order to start using them.
We are in the process of re-writing our frontend as well and as . . .
As you have probably already noticed, the site and the API are out-of-sync the last couple of days. The reason is that we are in the process of migrating our data to the v2.0 structure but to also be able to support v1.0 for a few more months as well before it becomes obsolete.
Due to the huge amount of data, this process takes some time but . . .
It has been a while since our last post but we have definitely been working on a few new things for you.
Biteasy has been up and running stable since November 2013 and it's time for us now to take all that feedback you gave us and move forward. Therefore, we are introducing, slowly, v2.0 of our REST API and Websockets API. We are also . . .
We are now happy to announce that our pull request has been merged to master, which means you can enjoy this nice feature, powered by the Biteasy . . .
Even though we have been silent for some time now, be assured that we have been working day and night to take Biteasy to the next level.
The first few months has been a successful test for us, based on the increasingly steady traffic and the positive feedback we have been receiving. We know we promised a couple new toys, such as a wallet and . . .
Secondly, we have moved all our documentation from PDF format to online format which you can find here. It includes both the documentation for the REST API and the Websockets API (will . . .