New York City-based Coinsetter, a bitcoin exchange currently in beta, has released a number of new features today, according to a post on their official blog.
The features come in relation not only to the company’s trading platform, but also to their API.
- Market order sizes of any dollar amount
- Interactive charts provided by Coinstackr
- Fixed issue preventing users from closing small fractional positions
- Better UI with easy to read dollar and bitcoin balances up to 8 decimals
- Trading speed and latency improvements
- Faster order book integration with Bitstamp
- Enhanced user notifications for invalid login attempts
- Performance enhancements to all web pages
- Various security enhancements
With reference to the API:
- Ability to log into API and website at the same time
- Timestamps added to market data feeds
- Ability to call VWAP quote for a given quantity
- Access to greater depth of order book
More features are coming soon, the exchange says, in preparation for a public release (a date has not yet been provided). Coinsetter dubs itself as an “institutional platform”, designed for low-latency and rapid trading. In addition to their own available volume, the exchange will source Bitstamp’s order book for additional liquidity.