Latest ticker and historic daily OHLCV data aggregated from over 200 exchanges representing the markets for more than 1500 crypto assets and 6500 market pairs.
Brave New Coin (BNC) has been providing data, indexes, analysis and insight on the cryptographic asset marketplace since April 2014 through its website and API’s. The institutional grade V3 platform is the latest iteration of its systems which is behind the selection of endpoints made available on RapidAPI.
The free asset ticker endpoint is updated every 5 minutes with a global USD spot price, 24 hour volume and supply figures.
The OHLCV endpoint provides the full history of open, high , low and close prices plus volume for the full range of assets and their markets updated daily based on a 00:00:00 UTC open/close.
Access to the ticker and OHLCV endpoints requires authentication with an OAuth token that must be added to the RapidAPI headers. A token, valid for 24 hours, is returned by a prior call to the GetToken endpoint.
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BNC aggregates market prices from across exchanges to provide reference rates, the market weighted average (MWA), for the 6500+ traded market pairs being tracked and also a single USD rate, the global weighted average (GWA), for each crypto asset.
Market data for assets (GWA) and markets (MWA) is available on RapidAPI as latest prices or daily summaries (OHLCV) based on a midnight UTC close and providing the open, high, low and close for each 24hr period. The full history is available for all daily summary datasets. Chargeable quota plans only apply to the OHLCV data, all other endpoints including latest prices are free of charge.
Intraday data with historic datasets back to April 2014 are available on request by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
BNC uses unique identifiers (UUIDs) to refer to assets or tickers. A typical interaction with the AssetTicker or DailyOHLCV endpoints might include:
Responses are limited to 2000 datapoints for any given call. Only calls to the daily OHLCV endpoint are counted in the pricing plan quotas.
BNC uses conventional HTTP response codes to indicate the success or failure of an API request. In general: Codes in the 2xx range indicate success. Codes in the 4xx range indicate an error that failed given the information provided (e.g. A required parameter was missing). Codes in the 5xx range indicate an error with BNC’s servers. The full specification of the BNC V3 API is available at https://docs.bravenewcoin.com.