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1 min read - Posted 08 Feb 19

API-based asset exchange with ShapeShift at ETHDenver

The ShapeShift platform gives you an API to quickly swap between assets in a seamless, safe, and secure environment.

Features

With the ShapeShift API you can:

  • Create different types of transaction
  • Get a coin list
  • Get market info for a coin
  • Get rate for a coin
  • List transactions and their status
  • Transaction and order information

Prizes Offered

No information at time of writing, keep an eye on the ShapeShift blog for updates.

Getting Started

To use the ShapeShift API you need to create ann account first. You can find full instructions in the API docs.

Need Help

If you run into problems ShapeShift have an FAQ section and a help center.

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