Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency

A cryptocurrency (or crypto currency) is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses cryptography to secure its transactions, to control the creation of additional units, and to verify the transfer of assets.
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Cosmos Ecosystem Overview | Top 100 Project Built on Cosmos (ATOM)

In this article, you'll learn Cosmos, Cosmos Ecosystem Overview | Top 100 Project Built on Cosmos (ATOM)

1. What is Cosmos?

Visit: https://cosmos.network/

  • Cosmos makes blockchains powerful and easy to develop with Tendermint BFT and the modularity of the Cosmos SDK.
  • Cosmos enables blockchains to transfer value with each other through IBC and Peg-Zones, while letting them retain their sovereignty.
  • Cosmos allows blockchain applications to scale to millions of users through horizontal and vertical scalability solutions.

More than anything, Cosmos is not a product but an ecosystem built on a set of modular, adaptable and interchangeable tools. Developers are encouraged to join the effort to improve existing tools and create new ones in order to make the promise of blockchain technology a reality. These tools are the foundation needed to create the decentralized internet and global financial system of tomorrow.

How does Cosmos fit in the broader blockchain ecosystem?

THE BITCOIN STORY (BLOCKCHAIN 1.0)

To understand how Cosmos fits in the blockchain ecosystem, we need to go back to the beginning of the blockchain story. The first blockchain was Bitcoin, a peer-to-peer digital currency created in 2008 that used a novel consensus mechanism known as Proof-of-Work (PoW). It was the first decentralized application on a blockchain. Soon, people started to realize the potential of decentralized applications and the desire to build new ones emerged in the community.

At the time, there were two options to develop decentralized applications: either fork the bitcoin codebase or build on top of it. However, the bitcoin codebase was very monolithic; all three layers—networking, consensus and application — were mixed together. Additionally, the Bitcoin scripting language was limited and not user-friendly. There was a need for better tools.

THE ETHEREUM STORY (BLOCKCHAIN 2.0)

In 2014, Ethereum came in with a new proposition for building decentralized applications. There would be a single blockchain where people would be able to deploy any kind of program. Ethereum achieved this by turning the Application layer into a virtual machine called the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). This virtual machine was able to process programs called smart contracts that any developer could deploy to the Ethereum blockchain in a permissionless fashion. This new approach allowed thousands of developers to start building decentralized applications (dApps). However, limitations to this approach soon became apparent and still persist to this day.

Scalability: The first limitation is scaling - decentralized applications built on top of Ethereum are inhibited by a shared rate of 15 transactions per second. This is due to the fact that Ethereum still uses Proof-of-Work and that Ethereum dApps compete for the limited resources of a single blockchain.

Usability: The second limitation is the relatively low flexibility granted to developers. Because the EVM is a sandbox that needs to accommodate all use cases, it optimizes for the average use case. This means that developers have to make compromises on the design and efficiency of their application (for example, requiring use of the account model in a payments platform where a UTXO model may be preferred). Among other things, they are limited to a few programming languages and cannot implement automatic execution of code.

Sovereignty: The third limitation is that each application is limited in sovereignty, because they all share the same underlying environment. Essentially, this creates two layers of governance: that of the application, and that of the underlying environment. The former is limited by the latter. If there is a bug in the application, nothing can be done about it without the approval of the governance of the Ethereum platform itself. If the application requires a new feature in the EVM, it again has to rely entirely on the governance of the Ethereum platform to accept it.

These limitations are not specific to Ethereum but to all blockchains trying to create a single platform that would fit all use cases. This is where Cosmos comes into play.

THE VISION OF COSMOS (BLOCKCHAIN 3.0)

The vision of Cosmos is to make it easy for developers to build blockchains and break the barriers between blockchains by allowing them to transact with each other. The end goal is to create an Internet of Blockchains, a network of blockchains able to communicate with each other in a decentralized way. With Cosmos, blockchains can maintain sovereignty, process transactions quickly and communicate with other blockchains in the ecosystem, making it optimal for a variety of use cases.

This vision is achieved through a set of open source tools like Tendermint, the Cosmos SDK and IBC designed to let people build custom, secure, scalable and interoperable blockchain applications quickly. Let us take a closer look at some of the most important tools in the ecosystem as well as the technical architecture of the Cosmos network. Note that Cosmos is an open source community project initially built by the Tendermint team. Everyone is welcome to build additional tools to enrich the greater developer ecosystem.

What is Tendermint BFT and the ABCI

Until recently, building a blockchain required building all three layers (Networking, Consensus, and Application) from the ground up. Ethereum simplified the development of decentralized applications by providing a Virtual-Machine blockchain on which anyone could deploy custom logic in the form of Smart Contracts. However, it did not simplify the development of blockchains themselves. Much like Bitcoin, Go-Ethereum remains a monolithic tech stack that is difficult to fork from and customize. This is where Tendermint, created by Jae Kwon in 2014, came in.

Tendermint BFT is a solution that packages the networking and consensus layers of a blockchain into a generic engine, allowing developers to focus on application development as opposed to the complex underlying protocol. As a result, Tendermint saves hundreds of hours of development time. Note that Tendermint also designates the name of the byzantine fault tolerant (BFT) consensus algorithm used within the Tendermint BFT engine. For more on the history of consensus protocols and BFT you can check this cool podcast by Tendermint co-founder Ethan Buchman.

The Tendermint BFT engine is connected to the application by a socket protocol called the Application Blockchain Interface (ABCI). This protocol can be wrapped in any programming language, making it possible for developers to choose a language that fits their needs.

But that is not all. Here are the properties that make Tendermint BFT a state-of-the-art blockchain engine:

  • Public or private blockchain ready: Tendermint BFT only handles networking and consensus for a blockchain, meaning that it helps nodes propagate transactions and validators agree on a set of transactions to append to the blockchain. It is the role of the application layer to define how the validator set
  • is constituted. Developers can therefore build both public and private blockchains on top of the Tendermint BFT engine. If the application defines that validators are elected based on how many tokens they have at stake, then the blockchain can be characterised as Proof-of-Stake (PoS)
  • . If however the application defines that only a restricted set of pre-authorized entities can be validators, then the blockchain can be characterised as permissioned or private. Developers have all the freedom to customize the rules that define how the validator set of their blockchain changes.
  • High Performance: Tendermint BFT can have a block time on the order of 1 second and handle up to thousands of transactions per second.
  • Instant finality: A property of the Tendermint consensus algorithm is instant finality. This means that forks are never created as long as more than a third of the validators are honest (byzantine). Users can be sure their transactions are finalized as soon as a block is created (which is not the case in Proof-of-Work blockchains like Bitcoin and Ethereum).
  • Security: Tendermint consensus is not only fault tolerant, it is also accountable. If the blockchain forks, there is a way to determine liability.

Cosmos SDK and other application layer frameworks

Tendermint BFT reduces the development time of a blockchain from years to weeks, but building a secure ABCI-app from scratch remains a difficult task. This is why the Cosmos SDK exists.

The Cosmos SDK is a generalized framework that simplifies the process of building secure blockchain applications on top of Tendermint BFT. It is based on two major principles:

  • Modularity: The goal of the Cosmos SDK is to create an ecosystem of modules
  • that allows developers to easily spin up application-specific blockchains
  • without having to code each bit of functionality of their application from scratch. Anyone can create a module for the Cosmos SDK, and using ready built modules in your blockchain is as simple as importing them into your application. For example, the Tendermint team is building a set of basic modules that are needed for the Cosmos Hub
  • . These modules can be used by any developer as they build their own application. Additionally, developers can create new modules to customize their application. As the Cosmos network develops, the ecosystem of SDK modules will expand, making it increasingly easier to develop complex blockchain applications.
  • Capabilities-based security: Capabilities constrain the security boundaries between modules, enabling developers to better reason about the composability of modules and limit the scope of malicious or unexpected interactions.

The Cosmos SDK also comes with a set of useful developer tools for building command line interfaces (CLI), REST servers and a variety of other commonly used utility libraries.

One final remark: the Cosmos SDK, like all Cosmos tools, is designed to be modular. Today, it allows developers to build on top of Tendermint BFT. However, it can be used with any other consensus engines that implements the ABCI. As time goes by, we expect multiple SDKs to emerge, built with different architecture models and compatible with multiple consensus engines - all within a single ecosystem: the Cosmos Network.

ETHERMINT

The great thing about the Cosmos SDK is that its modularity allows developers to port virtually any existing blockchain codebase already in Golang on top of it. For example, Ethermint

is a project that ports the Ethereum Virtual Machine into an SDK module. Ethermint works exactly like Ethereum but also benefits from all the properties of Tendermint BFT. All the existing Ethereum tools (Truffle, Metamask, etc.) are compatible with Ethermint and you can port your smart contracts over without additional work.

Today are developed on top of Virtual Machine blockchains like Ethereum. First, it should be stated that the reason for this phenomenon is that up until now blockchains were much more difficult to develop than Smart Contracts. This is not the case anymore, thanks to the Cosmos SDK. Now, developers can easily develop entire application-specific blockchains, which have several advantages. Among others, they give more flexibility, security, performance and sovereignty. Of course, if you don’t want to build your own blockchain, you can still make your Smart Contracts compatible with Cosmos by deploying them on Ethermint.

Connecting Blockchains Together - IBC

Now that developers have a way to quickly build customized blockchains, let us see how to connect these blockchains together. The connection between blockchains is achieved through a protocol called Inter-Blockchain Communication protocol (IBC). IBC leverages the instant finality property of Tendermint consensus (although it can work with any “fast-finality” blockchain engine) to allow heterogeneous chains to transfer value (i.e. tokens) or data to each other.

WHAT ARE HETEROGENEOUS CHAINS?

Essentially it comes down to two things:

  • Different layers: Heterogeneous chains have different layers, meaning they can differ in how they implement the networking, consensus and application parts. To be compatible with IBC, a blockchain needs only follow a few requirements, the main one being that the consensus layer must have fast finality. Proof-of-Work chains (like Bitcoin and Ethereum) do not fall in this category, as they have probabilistic finality.
  • Sovereignty: Every blockchain is maintained by a set of validators whose job is to agree on the next block to commit to the blockchain. In Proof-of-Work blockchains these validators are called miners. A sovereign blockchain is a blockchain with its own validator set. In many instances it is important for blockchains to be sovereign, as validators are ultimately responsible for modifying the state. In Ethereum, applications are all run by a common set of validators. Because of this, each application only has limited sovereignty.

IBC allows heterogeneous blockchains to transfer tokens and data to each other, meaning that blockchains with different applications and validator sets are interoperable. For example, it allows public and private blockchains to transfer tokens to each other. Currently, no other blockchain framework enables this level of interoperability.

HOW IBC WORKS

The principle behind IBC is fairly simple. Let us take an example where an account on chain A wants to send 10 tokens (let us call them ATOM) to chain B.

  • Tracking: Continuously, chain B receives the headers of chain A, and vice versa. This allows each chain to track the validator set of the other. In essence, each chain runs a light-client of the other.
  • Bonding: When the IBC transfer is initiated, the ATOM are locked up (bonded) on chain A.
  • Proof Relay: Then, a proof that the 10 ATOM are bonded is relayed from chain A to chain B.
  • Validation: The proof is verified on chain B against chain A’s header and, if it is valid, then 10 ATOM-vouchers are created on chain B.

How IBC Works #4

Note that the ATOM that have been created on chain B are not real ATOM, as ATOM only exist on chain A. They are a representation on B of ATOM from chain A, along with a proof that these ATOM are frozen on chain A. A similar mechanism is used to unlock ATOM when they come back to their origin chain. 

Designing the “Internet of Blockchains”

IBC is a protocol that allows two heterogeneous blockchains to transfer tokens to each other. From there, how do we create a network of blockchains?

One idea is to connect each blockchain in the network with every other via direct IBC connections. The main problem with this approach is that the number of connections in the network grows quadratically with the number of blockchains. If there are 100 blockchains in the network and each needs to maintain an IBC connection with every other, that is 4950 connections. This quickly gets out of hand.

To solve this, Cosmos proposes a modular architecture with two classes of blockchain: Hubs and Zones. Zones are regular heterogenous blockchains and Hubs are blockchains specifically designed to connect Zones together. When a Zone creates an IBC connection with a Hub, it can automatically access (i.e. send to and receive from) every other Zone that is connected to it. As a result, each Zone only needs to establish a limited number of connections with a restricted set of Hubs. Hubs also prevent double spending among Zones. This means that when a Zone receives a token from a Hub, it only needs to trust the origin Zone of this token and the Hub.

The first Hub launched in the Cosmos Network is the Cosmos Hub. The Cosmos Hub is a public Proof-of-Stake blockchain whose native staking token is called the ATOM, and where transactions fees will be payable in multiple tokens. The launch of the Hub also marks the launch of the Cosmos network.

Bridging non-Tendermint chains

So far, the architecture of Cosmos we have presented shows how Tendermint-based chains can interoperate. But Cosmos is not limited to Tendermint chains. In fact, any kind of blockchain can be connected to Cosmos.

We have two cases to distinguish: fast-finality chains and probabilistic-finality chains.

FAST-FINALITY CHAINS

Blockchains that use any fast-finality consensus algorithms can connect with Cosmos by adapting IBC. For example, if Ethereum were to switch to Casper FFG (Friendly Finality Gadget), a direct connection could be established between it and the Cosmos Ecosystem by adapting IBC to work with Casper.

PROBABILISTIC-FINALITY CHAINS

For blockchains that do not have fast-finality, like Proof-of-Work chains, things get a bit trickier. For these chains we use a special kind of proxy-chain called a Peg-Zone. A Peg-Zone is a blockchain that tracks the state of another blockchain. The Peg-Zone itself has fast-finality and is therefore compatible with IBC. Its role is to establish finality for the blockchain it bridges. Let us look at the following example.

Example: Ethereum Peg-Zone

Interestingly enough, the Peg-Zone also allows users to send any token that lives on Cosmos to the Ethereum chain (the Cosmos tokens would be represented as ERC20 on the Ethereum chain). The Tendermint team is currently working on a Peg-Zone implementation for the Ethereum chain called Peggy.

Peg-Zones will need to be customized for the particular chain they bridge. Building an Ethereum Peg-Zone is relatively simple because Ethereum is account-based and has smart-contracts. However, building a Bitcoin Peg-Zone is a bit more challenging. Explaining how to build a Bitcoin-like Peg-Zone is out-of-scope for this intro but know that it is theoretically possible. If you want to learn more about Peg-Zones you can take a look at this spec.

Solving Scalability

Now that we can easily create and connect blockchains there is one final issue to tackle: Scalability. Cosmos leverages two types of scalability:

  • Vertical scalability: This encompasses the methods for scaling the blockchain itself. By moving away from Proof-of-Work and optimizing its components, Tendermint BFT can reach thousands of transactions per-second. The bottleneck factor is the application itself. For example, an application like a Virtual Machine (e.g. the Ethereum Virtual Machine) will impose a much lower limit on the transaction throughput than an application where transaction types and state transition
  • functions are directly embedded in it (e.g. a standard Cosmos SDK application). This is one of the reasons why application-specific blockchains make sense.
  • Horizontal scalability: Even if the consensus engine and the application are highly optimized, at some point the transaction throughput of a single chain inevitably hits a wall it cannot surpass. That is the limit of vertical scaling. To go beyond it, the solution is to move to multi-chain architectures. The idea is to have multiple parallel chains running the same application and operated by a common validator set, making blockchains theoretically infinitely scalable. Details about horizontal scalability are fairly complex and out-of-scope for this intro.

Cosmos will offer very good vertical scalability at launch, which will be a major improvement over current blockchain solutions in and of itself. Later, after the completion of the IBC module, horizontal scalability solutions will be implemented.

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2. Cosmos Ecosystem Overview

The Cosmos ecosystem is a decentralized network designed to connect various blockchains as part of an ambitious drive to power an ‘Internet of blockchains’. Using a novel technology called Inter-Blockchain Communication (IBC) protocol, Cosmos is able to facilitate seamless interaction and exchange of information between chains in its ecosystem. At the same time, Cosmos also offers tools that can drastically streamline and speed up the development of purpose-built blockchains, as part of a bid to reimagine what building blockchain applications can really be. 

Ultimately, Cosmos seeks to solve the limitations of the current generation of blockchain tech and usher in a new era of increased scalability, usability and interoperability in the blockchain space. 

TypeNameDescribeTokenExchangeLink
Behind CosmosCosmos NetworkCosmos is an ever-expanding ecosystem of interconnected apps and services, built for a decentralized future.ATOM BinanceWebsite
Cosmos SDKThe worlds most popular blockchain framework. Over $6 billion in assets are managed by public blockchains built with the Cosmos SDK. Build yours today.ATOM BinanceWebsite
TendermintBuilding the most powerful tools for distributed networks.  Website
IBC ProtocollIBC is an interoperability protocol for communicating arbitrary data between arbitrary state machines. It provides an end-to-end, connection-oriented, stateful protocol for reliable, ordered, and authenticated communication between heterogeneous blockchains or off-chain protocols (rollups), and can accomodate for both known and dynamic validator topologies.  Website
DEX AMM SwapsThorchainDECENTRALIZED LIQUIDITY PROTOCOL Deposit native assets into Liquidity Pools to earn yield. The network is 100% autonomous and decentralized.RUNEBinanceWebsite
Injective ProtocolInjective enables access to unlimited decentralized finance markets. Users can create any financial market on Injective’s fast, cross-chain, zero gas fee, secure, and fully decentralized exchange protocol.INJBinanceWebsite
OsmosisOsmosis DEX for the Cosmos ecosystem.OSMOMEXCWebsite
VegaVega has designed fully automated processes for creating markets on and trading margined derivatives. Markets will be open and decentralised, with pseudonymous participants.VEGA Website
Gravity BridgeEnter the portal to cross-chain DeFi. Swap, transfer, and pool assets with Emeris. Manage assets across multiple chains all in one place, elevating your DeFi experience to the next level.  Website
Sommelier FinanceSommelier is a coprocessor for Ethereum that moves DeFi assets from Automated Money Markets into higher yields more quickly and cheaply than was previously possible through non automated yield farming across different protocols.SOMM Website
Bridges Cross Chain InteroperabilityIrisnetIRISnet (a.k.a IRIS Hub) is designed to be the foundation for the next generation distributed applications. Built with Cosmos-SDK, IRIS Hub enables cross-chain interoperability through a unified service model, while providing a variety of modules to support DeFi applications. 

IRIS Hub is designed to support not only token transfers across internet of blockchains, but also to allow consumption of data and computing resources across heterogenous systems mechanism, token economics, etc.)
IRISBinanceWebsite
Loomx NetworkLoom Network provides developers the scalability and usability they need to build high-performance user-facing dapps today. With seamless integrations to Bitcoin, Ethereum, Binance Chain, and all major blockchains, deploying once to Loom lets you future-proof your dapp by reaching the largest number of users possible.LOOMBinanceWebsite
UmeeUmee is a layer-one blockchain built on Cosmos designed to create a universal cross-chain DeFi hub. It serves as a base layer for future DApps and money legos. Thanks to the interoperability of the Tendermint Proof-of-stake consensus mechanism used, the Umee blockchain can be integrated with Cosmos, Ethereum, side chains, layer-two chains, and alternative base-layer protocols.UMEEFTXWebsite
InterchainWe believe that open-source, cryptographic, consensus-driven, economic networks hold the key to an anti-fragile global economic system and equal opportunity for all. Our current focus is on the interoperable blockchain technology of the Cosmos Network  Website
AxelarAxelar is an overlay network, delivering Turing-complete message passing via proof-of-stake and permissionless protocols. Developers use Axelar to go beyond bridges, creating dApps that securely integrate users, functions and assets across all of the decentralized web.AXL Website
Liquid StakingPersistencePersistence is enabling exposure to multiple asset classes such as Liquid Staking (pSTAKE), NFTs (Asset Mantle) and Synthetics (Comdex). Persistence’s mission is to create an ecosystem of multi-chain Web3 products designed to stimulate global liquidity and enable seamless value exchange.

Persistence’s Core mainnet is a Proof-of-Stake chain powered by Tendermint BFT consensus engine. Persistence’s multi-chain tech stack (currently supporting Cosmos, Ethereum and other Tendermint-based chains) abstracts away the complexities for developers and enables them to create DEXs, marketplaces, lending/borrowing platforms etc.
XPRTGateWebsite
Lido FinanceLido is a liquid staking protocol for POS blockchains. It gives you a liquid token that represents your staked collateral and earnings over time. Lido removes the need to run infrastructure and enabling continued participation in DeFi.

wstETH is a wrapped version of stETH. Instead of rebasing, or changing account holdings daily it is similar to a c-token. It represents a pro-rata ownership of the staked ETH (stETH). When someone exits wstETH they are returned principal stETH + stETH earnings.
 
WSTETHUniswapWebsite
Smart Contract EVMKadenaKadena is a proof-of-work blockchain that combines the PoW consensus mechanism from Bitcoin with directed acyclic graph (DAG) principles to offer a scalable version of Bitcoin. Kadena claims it can provide the security of Bitcoin while being able to offer unparalleled throughput that makes the blockchain usable to enterprises and entrepreneurs alike. Kadena's unique infrastructure is decentralized and built for mass adoption because of its multi-chain approach.KDABinanceWebsite
JunoJuno is a sovereign public blockchain in the Cosmos ecosystem, which provides an environment for the deployment of interoperable smart contracts. The network serves as a decentralized, permissionless & censorship resistant avenue for developers to efficiently and securely launch smart contracts using proven frameworks and compile them in various languages Rust & Go. Battle tested contract modules such as CosmWasm, allow for decentralized applications (dapps) to be compiled on robust and secure multi-chain smart contracts.
 
JUNOMEXCWebsite
EvmosEvmos is an Inter-Blockchain Communication protocol, a.k.a. IBC; the IP layer for blockchains. IBC is currently the safest and most secure and decentralized way to move assets across different blockchains, unlocking interoperability across multiple chains.

Evmos leverages the Cosmos SDK serves as the first IBC-compatible EVM-based chain, bringing composability, interoperability, and fast finality to Ethereum.
EVMOSMEXCWebsite
CronosCronos Chain. Get Instant DApp Portability with EVM Support.  Website
CosmwasmBuild your robust dApps on secure, multi-chain smart contracts!  Website
AgoricBuild Fast, Earn FastTM. A Proof-of-Stake chain utilizing secure JavaScript smart contracts to rapidly build and deploy DeFi.BLD Website
PrivacySecret NetworkSecret Network is the first blockchain with data privacy by default, allowing you to build and use applications that are both permissionless and privacy-preserving. This unique functionality protects users, secures applications, and unlocks hundreds of new use cases for Web 3.SCRTBinanceWebsite
Oasis ProtocolA new era of blockchain. The Oasis Network is a privacy-enabled blockchain platform for open finance and a responsible data economy.ROSEBinanceWebsite
Nym TechExisting internet protocols leak sensitive data that can be used without users knowledge — Nym is developing the infrastructure to prevent this data leakage by protecting every packet’s metadata at the network and application layers.NYMOKXWebsite
Anoma NetworkUndefining Money. A sovereign, proof-of-stake blockchain protocol that enables private, asset-agnostic cash and private bartering among any number of parties.  Website
IdentityStarnameIt enables users to receive crypto-currencies or to log in to blockchain applications in a seamless way. Transferring value becomes fast and easy.IOVHotbitWebsite
WetrustBuild, share, and manage your digital identity. Securely build your online profile and reputation.TRSTBancorWebsite
CheqdBuilding a private and secure SSI digital credentials network on Cosmos for the trusted data economy.CHEQGateWebsite
AI and CloudAkashDEPLOY FASTER. SCALE QUICKLY. Censorship-resistant, permissionless, and self-sovereign, Akash Network is the world’s first open source cloud.AKTGateWebsite
VitwitBuild. Automate. Scale. We build Intelligent & autonomous solutions for our clients as part of digital transformations in the AI era. We pioneer the technology to empower businesses with insights and intelligent systems.  Website
SustainabilityRegen NetworkRegen Ledger is a sovereign, proof-of-stake blockchain built on the Cosmos SDK. REGEN is a staking token, providing Regen Ledger with utility - namely, fees, gas, governance and security.REGENOsmosisWebsite
IXOThe ixo protocol defines a new open standard for producing verifiable claims about changes in the state of the world.
 
IOXOsmosisWebsite
Lend and BorrowKavaKava is a Layer-1 blockchain that combines the speed and interoperability of Cosmos with the developer power of Ethereum.

The Kava Network uses a developer-optimized co-chain architecture. The Ethereum Co-Chain enables support for EVM smart contracts while the Cosmos Co-Chain enables the lightning-fast Tendermint consensus engine and the Inter Blockchain Communication Protocol (IBC).
 
KAVABinanceWebsite
Social MediaDesmos NetworkA blockchain which serves as the backbone to empower the development of user-centric social networks.DSMOsmosisWebsite
Data OraclesMicrotickDatapace is Blockchain powered data marketplace with technical and policy-based data verification, and access to the worldwide network of sensors.TICKOsmosisWebsite
FoamFOAM's mission is to build a consensus driven map of the world, empowering a fully decentralized web3 economy with verifiable location data. FOAM incentivizes the infrastructure needed for privacy-preserving and fraud-proof location verification. The starting point for FOAM is the FOAM Map, where a community of Cartographers curate geographic Points of Interest on the FOAM map. FOAMPoloniexWebsite
VPNSentinelSentinel (DVPN) is a cryptocurrency and operates on the Cosmos platform.DVPNMEXCWebsite
PaymentBitcannaBitCanna aims to become the global digital ancillary platform for the cannabis industry. The focus for the team lies on building an application that will serve both businesses as consumers from within the industry. Blockchain is the means as an infrastructure to build this application on top.
 
BCNAHotbitWebsite
DappCrypto com CROBinanceWebsite
CeFi & DeFiComdexComdex is a DeFi infrastructure layer for the Cosmos ecosystem. Comdex provides a variety of interoperable plug & play modules for projects to use to create their own DeFi platforms providing utility to the Cosmos community as well as DeFi users worldwide.CMDXOsmosisWebsite
Kira NetworkKIRA is a Layer 1 network enabling market access to any digital asset in the cryptocurrency ecosystem. Users can earn block and fee rewards from staking any digital asset on multiple chains at the same time, while maintaining full liquidity and custody over their funds, whether trading on KIRA or using other DeFi apps simultaneously.
 
KEXGateWebsite
KI ChainBridging CeFi with DeFi Block by Block.  Website
NFTBitsongBitSong is a distributed (open source) blockchain music ecosystem born in December 2017, to create a decentralized and trustless hub that interconnects the various market players.

Artists, Fans, Managers and Labels in One Single Holistic Ecosystem: $BTSG. Earn real-time royalties, discover exclusive content, mint and trade fan tokens, buy & sell NFTs.
BTSGOsmosisWebsite
StargazeStargaze is a decentralized and community-owned network for NFTs. It is built as an app-specific Cosmos Proof-of_stake chain, running the Tendermint consensus engine. It’s goal is to be similar to OpenSea, except governed by a community via a curation DAO and a protocol DAO.

Stargaze will allow users to buy, sell, and trade NFTs. It will also allow trading NFTs across other IBC-enabled chains. It will also interoperate with Ethereum over Gravity Bridge.
STARSOsmosisWebsite
OmniflixDecentralized media and network layer for Creators & Sovereign Communities powered by NFTs and related distribution protocols.  Website
Pylons techWe believe that distributed consensus will power new forms of individual and corporate expression — leading to enhanced community interactions. Built on Cosmos, Pylons is a fast and interoperable system for brands and creators to build engaging products with meaningful NFT experiences.  Website
Web 3LikeCoinLikeCoin (LIKE) is the native token of the LikeCoin chain built from the Cosmos SDK. LikeCoin is a inter-chain protocol and framework for decentralized publishing. It is an application-specific blockchain for building and bridging media to Web 3. LIKEOsmosisWebsite
BostromDecentralized web 3.0 search engineBOOTOsmosisWebsite
BluzelleBluzelle delivers high security, un-matched availability, and is censorship resistant. Whether you are an artist, musician, scientist, publisher, or developer, Bluzelle protects the intellectual property of all creators. Bluzelle is data storage, file storage, oracles, and more. Its is specific for NFTs and DeFi.BLZBinanceWebsite
Cosmos WalletKeplrKeplr Wallet for the Cosmos Ecosystem  Website
CosmostationCosmos Wallet and Enterprise-level Proof-of-Stake validator node operation & end-user applications.  Website

Conclusions:

  • The Cosmos ecosystem experienced strong growth in 2021. The application-specific blockchain architecture is gaining popularity within the industry. While these trends are very encouraging, from an investment standpoint, it is not clear exactly who value will accrue to within the ecosystem.
  • Although there are now a plethora of EVM blockchains, EVMos is uniquely positioned to integrate the Ethereum and Cosmos ecosystems. It will be interesting to see how the dApp store model in EVMos’ tokenomics manifests into developer activity.
  • The recent Wormhole (a bridge between Ethereum and Solana) smart contract hack has raised a lot of questions as to the viability of cross-chain integration. EVMos has partnered with Nomad and Connext to bridge assets between Ethereum and Cosmos. Security of these bridges will be paramount for successful integration.
  • The CEVMos modular architecture breaks the blockchain into its three core functions, specializing for each. While still in development (Celestia has not yet launched testnet), the partnership is extremely promising, and could establish a new industry paradigm.

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Crypto Venture Capital: Top 100 VCs Funds You need to Know

In this article, you'll learn What is Crypto Venture Capital, How to Investment and Top 100 Crypto Venture Capital You need to Know

What are Venture Capital Funds?

Venture capital (VC) firms are investment management companies dedicated to funding promising business opportunities for a specified amount of equity. With expertise in discovering talented entrepreneurs and developing business infrastructure, VCs raise exorbitant money, most often through private investors.

Venture capital firms play an essential role as engines for connecting ideas and business models with the funding necessary to develop new products and services and reach new audiences or communities.

Types Of VC Funding

Though there is some variation in terminology, most entrepreneurs and VCs recognize the following breakdown in funding types and purposes.

  • Pre-Seed: Initial funding from non-institutional investors.
  • Seed: First funding stage where a VC receives an equity stake.
  • Series A: Extended development funding to bolster the company’s business model.
  • Series B: Additional financing to scale business infrastructure and market reach.
  • Series C: Proven track record justifies additional funding for continued growth.
  • Series D and E: Less frequent and strategic in addressing business growth trajectory.

Venture Capital Vs Private Equity

Whereas most citizens, workers, and retirees hold some portion of the public stock market, private equity refers to equity investments made by private individuals and private equity firms. Private equity manages the entire lifecycle of private assets, from venture capital and growth equity to managed and leveraged buyouts.

Venture capital is a form of private equity focusing on early investing opportunities; meanwhile, notable private equity firms like Blackstone, KKR, and Thoma Bravo are known for post-IPO acquisitions.

How Do VC Firms Work?

VC firms are often limited partnerships (LP) led by General Partners (GPs) and made up of a staff managing the VC fund. Through an existing or new network of investors known as Limited Partners (LP), VC funds can raise capital for investing in a general or domain-specific portfolio of companies.

  • Opening The Door To Outside Influence

Though funding sounds nice, many startup nightmares come to mind. When accepting VC funding, entrepreneurs are giving up some level of control over the present or future of their company. Equity is the most evident cost to bear. Still, the fine print of VC agreements could also mean additional control over a prospective Board of Directors, management, business model, and more.

VCs are ultimately accountable to the wishes of their GPs and LPs and not afraid to make decisions to their benefit. 

There’s a broad spectrum of just how active partners are in guiding or managing their investments. As VCs want their investments to succeed, hands-on partners may ask a lot of their invested companies. Founders and startup leaders can often feel the temperature and pressure rise.

How to Land a Round of Funding

Landing a funding round is no easy task and can take months, if not years, to achieve.

Business Model:

Business models have long been the cornerstone for profiling a company commercially. By enumerating foundational business components like core operations, products and services, financing, and revenue sources, startup leaders can communicate their strategic plan for launching and growing a business in a single document or presentation.

Business Data:

Data is king, and VCs only have an entrepreneur’s word to trust without it. With data offering insight into sales, KPIs, and growth rates, startup leaders can justify their funding with reliable data points. With a high failure rate, startups with existing business metrics to cite are in a superior position to earn funding.

Networking:

Though an exceptional business model and data can’t hurt, they mean little without access to potential funding. Local funding opportunities and accelerator programs are convenient methods of initial financing for startups. At the same time, reaching firms like the above will mean existing connections or perseverance on top of an ironclad business plan.

With an extensive VC presence split between Silicon Valley and New York, it’s no surprise entrepreneurs lean toward starting their businesses in these locations. With proximity to multiple funding partners, opportunities to reach and earn funding are more accessible.

Timing:

Timing is critical to market success in the competitive landscape, especially within the ever-evolving IT ecosystem. Go-to-market strategies are an essential indicator of investment potential, and the timing of a business’s funding proposal or launch can and does make the difference. VCs seek the most innovative and new opportunities with the rare allowance for a unique spin on traditional solutions.

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The Top 100 Crypto Venture Capital Funds

Now, let’s check out some of the notable VC funds in the cryptocurrency industry that are investing in the future: 

 NameDescriptionLink
1Coinbase VenturesCoinbase Ventures is an American VC firm that was founded in 2018 and is currently based in San Francisco, California, USA. As the investment arm of the digital asset exchange Coinbase, it should come as no surprise that the company is very active as a crypto startup VC. 

Coinbase Ventures has made a total of 130 investments into new blockchain and cryptocurrency startups.
Website
2Binance Labs
Binance Labs belongs to Binance, yet another famous centralized exchange. 

Binance Labs leverages the Binance DEX to invest in new crypto projects, and its portfolio includes stakes in Terra, Moonbeam and Coin98, among others.
Website
3Huobi CapitalHuobi Capital is the investment arm of Huobi Group, focusing exclusively on ventures and projects related to blockchain technology, digital currency, and crypto assets. Blockchain is not only an innovative technology but also a disruptive tool for social transformation.Website
4Jump CryptoJump Crypto is the investment arm of Jump Trading, another crypto trading fund with offices in Europe, Asia and North America. Jump Crypto has stakes in Solana, Terra, Wormhole, Fantom and many other projects.Website
5a16ZAndreessen Horowitz (a16z) is a US-based venture capital founded in 2009 by two co-founders, Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz, who took the fund after their name. In the early days, a16z determinedly invested in early-stage startups with bold technology ideas.

Apart from investing in crypto in the last few years, a16z’s investments include gaming, social media, education, IT, etc. In August 2021, a16z was reported to manage $18.8B in assets (not just crypto assets).
 
Website
6Alameda ResearchAlameda Research is a crypto hedge fund founded by FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried and now headed by Sam Trabucco. It also has stakes in most important blockchains and blockchain-based companies. Website
7Genblock CapitalGenblock Capital has been involved in the blockchain space since early 2017 and is a VC fund with a focus on decentralized finance and the metaverse. Some of its main gaming-oriented investments include Aurory, Efinity and Bloktopia.
 
Website
8Animoca BrandsAnimoca Brands is one of the leaders in the metaverse VC firm space and was ranked in the Financial Times list of high growth companies in the Asia-Pacific region in 2021. 

It has investments in several significant metaverse and NFT-related projects like The Sandbox, Axie Infinity, OpenSea, Dapper Labs and several others.
Website
93AC - Three Arrows CapitalFounded in 2012 by Su Zhu and Kyle Davies, Three Arrows Capital is considered one of the top hedge funds and market makers in the space. 3AC holds stakes in several big blockchains like Ethereum, Avalanche, Bitcoin, Polkadot, Terra, Solana and many others.

It also has investments across several DeFi and GameFi projects like Axie Infinity, Aave and countless others. 3AC invests in equity-based blockchain projects, too. For instance, the fund has stakes in BlockFi, Deribit and Starkware.
Website
10Galaxy Capital FundGalaxy Digital is a diversified financial services and investment management innovator in the digital asset, cryptocurrency, and blockchain technology sectorWebsite
11MetapurseMetapurse is an NFT investment fund and production studio that specializes in identifying early-stage projects across blockchain infrastructure, finance, art, unique collectibles, and virtual estate. It has investments in Decentraland and Nifty Gateway.
 
Website
12ConsenSys VenturesStarting at number ten, we have ConsenSys Ventures based in San Francisco, California. Founded in 2016, ConsenSys Ventures is the investment arm of the blockchain software technology company, ConsenSys, the same company that developed the popular Ethereum-based MetaMask wallet.

ConsenSys make 32 investments in blockchain startups. 
Website
13MulticoinMulticoin is a "thesis-driven investment firm that invests in cryptocurrencies, tokens, and blockchain companies." It is a crypto-native fund that participates in staking, liquidations, and other crypto operations. Its portfolio includes stakes in Audius, Arweave and Near Protocol.Website
14Solidity VenturesSolidity Ventures is an investment firm that invests in an open and decentralized technology platform.Website
15Coingecko VenturesCoinGecko Ventures is the venture arm of CoinGecko where we invest in groundbreaking blockchain companies with big ambitions in architecting the future of finance.Website
16Polychain CapitalPolychain invests in protocols and companies in the blockchain space, advancing the global adoption of cryptocurrencies.
 
Website
17Winklevoss CapitalPerhaps one of the oldest in the game, Winklevoss Capital is an American VC firm birthed by the Winklevoss brothers in 2012. While the firm mainly operates from its New York office in the US, it provides seed funding and infrastructure to early-stage startups.

Winklevoss has made a total of 123 investments in new enterprises. In the company’s trading history, it has withdrawn from 23 of these positions. '
Website
18Dragonfly CapitalA cross-border cryptoasset investment firm. Dragonfly Capital Partners is investing in and supporting the promising opportunities in the cryptoasset class.Website
19122 West122WEST is a venture capital firm focused on early-stage internet and software investments in the San Francisco Bay Area.
 
Website
20Pantera CapitalPantera Capital was originally founded in 2003 as an asset management company based in Menlo Park, California. However, it subsequently launched what it claimed to be the first investment fund focused on Bitcoin in 2013. 

Pantera Capital has managed at least five investment funds, investment 145  startups, 15 of which it has pulled out from.
Website
21Pluto Digital VenturesPluto Digital PLC (Pluto) is a crypto technology and operations company that makes Web 3.0 Decentralised Finance (DeFi) more accessible to all.

Pluto is making DeFi available to everyone through products and services created by Pluto’s software development Labs division, new yield farming strategies through Pluto’s Yield division and collaboratingwith emerging DeFi projects and the NFT metaverse through Pluto’s Ventures division.
Website
22RRE VenturesFounded by Jim Robinson and Stuart Ellman in 1994, long before the launch of Bitcoin (the first mainstream cryptocurrency), RRE Ventures is an American VC firm headquartered in New York. 

Prior to its foray into crypto asset classes and startup funding, the American VC firm was known for investing in a wide array of companies operating across various emerging sectors including software, internet, communications, aerospace, robotics, 3D printing, and financial services among others.

Also, bBeing a top dog in the VC business, RRE invests at the early seed stage, Series A, and Series B rounds. More recently, the firm has made a significant investment in the crypto space that classifies it as a crypto startup venture capital.

Since inception, RRE Ventures has managed a total of nine investment funds and has backed a total of 567 projects across different phases. Currently, the almost three-decades old VC firm has successfully exited a total of 111 projects.
Website
23Boost VCBoost VC is an American Venture Capital Firm with experience in crypto startup VC. The company was founded in 2012 and is currently headquartered in San Mateo, California, USA. The company invests in new startups twice per year and provides other assistance such as mentoring and office space to help these businesses grow.

Since the VC firm was founded 10 years ago, it has managed a number of investment funds, which has allowed it to make 253 investments in that time. Of these investments, the company has currently exited from 25 of these investments.
Website
24Republic Labs CapitalRepublic Capital was established in January 2019. Is a growth-stage investment advisory focused on profitability and resiliency. Republic Labs works with high net-worth individuals and family offices to syndicate investment opportunities.Website
251 ConfirmationFounded by Nick Tomaino and backed by individuals like Peter Thiel, Marc Andreessen, and Mark Cuban and institutions like Horsley Bridge and Runa Capital, 1confirmation is a venture fund that supports exceptional founders fueling the decentralization of the web and society.Website
26MetaStable CapitalMetaStable Capital is an American investment firm that was founded in 2014 and is currently based in San Francisco, California, USA. The company manages crypto asset funds and seeks to further develop the value and the reputation of blockchain as a concept across the world.

Since the business was founded seven years ago, it has managed a single investment fund and it has used the money from this fund to make 21 investments into blockchain and cryptocurrency startups. At this time, the company has not made an exit from any of its investments.
 
Website
27Longhash VenturesLongHash Ventures is a global blockchain accelerator and venture capital fund. We seek financial returns through venture building and investing in early stage blockchain start ups, with a mission to enable the Web 3.0 blockchain native economy.Website
28KR1KR1 is a VC firm that was founded in 2016 and is currently based in Douglas in the Isle of Man. The company has a notable presence in Europe when it comes to providing investment into digital assets and blockchain networks. The company has been known for its tendencies to invest into crypto startups.

Since the business was established in 2016, it has made a total of 29 investments into new startups. At the present time, the company has not made an exit from any of these investments.
Website
29Craft VenturesCraft Ventures is an American VC firm that was founded four years ago and is currently based in San Francisco, California, USA. The company provides early-stage VC funding to a variety of different technology startups, including providing crypto startup VC. These funds have allowed the company to make 158 investments into growing startups. Website
30Amentum CapitalThe Amentum fund is a hybrid hedge/vc enterprise of blockchain-based, digital assets, and associated companies in the ecosystem. in addition to standard investments, the amentum team is available for project advisory opportunites for certain teams, following an excellent track record of successful advisory via general partners.Website
31Arrington CapitalArrington XRP Capital is a multi-strategy hedge fund specializing in early-stage venture and the public markets. Arrington Algorand Growth Fund is an ecosystem fund investing and incubating projects in the Algorand ecosystem. Arrington Moonbeam Growth Fund is an ecosystem fund investing and incubating projects in the Moonbeam ecosystem.Website
32Digital Currency GroupDigital Currency Group is an American VC firm that was founded in 2011 and is currently based in New York, USA. There is no doubt about the company's status as a crypto startup VC as it invests and provides support to companies in the cryptocurrency and blockchain spaces. Companies can benefit from its extensive network and access to industry-specific support. Total of 235 investments and has also acquired a further two businesses. Website
33AstratumAstratum is an interdisciplinary one-stop-shop, specialized in blockchain-based business models and registered as GmbH (equivalent to an LLC) in Baar, Switzerland (Cryptovalley).

Since 2014 its own research in blockchain and cryptoeconomics, which helped gathering deep insights into blockchain projects worldwide. 
Website
34Fenbushi CapitalFenbushi Capital is the first and most active blockchain-focused venture capital firm in Asia. Founded in Shanghai in 2015 by veterans across both blockchain and traditional financial industries, it has to date supported over 60 leading projects across 4 continents leveraging blockchain technology to reshape myriad industries such as finance, healthcare, supply chain, and consumer goods. Website
358 Decimal Capital8 Decimal Capital is an American VC firm that was founded four years ago and is currently based in San Francisco, California, USA. The company provides crypto startup VC across a variety of different funding stages and methods, including ICOs and their expert support ensures their startups have the best possible chance to succeed.

Since the company was founded four years ago, it has managed a sole investment fund. The use of this fund has allowed the company to make a total of 43 investments. 
Website
36Dekrypt CapitalDekrypt Capital is an American VC firm that was founded in 2017 and is currently based in Berkeley, California, USA. The company focuses its investment efforts on cryptocurrency startups and provides early-stage funding to help these companies to grow and reach their full potential.

This fund has given the company the ability to make a series of 12 investments into blockchain startups. 
Website
37Polychain CapitalPolychain is a VC focusing on blockchain-based digital assets. 

Its most notable investments are in Acala, Celo and dYdX.
Website
38AU21 CapitalFounded in 2017, AU21 Capital is a venture capital firm based in San Francisco, California. The firm seeks to invest in companies operating in the blockchain and artificial intelligence sectors.
 
Website
39Ascensive AssetsAscensive Assets is a seed-stage venture firm that invests in blockchain-enabled companies across the full spectrum of web3.Website
40A195 CaptialA195 is a vision driven firm providing capital globally to early stage blockchain, cryptocurrency, and tokenized digital assets.Website
41Alphabit FundAlphabit Fund is an actively managed cryptocurrency and digital asset investment fund. Its aim is to beat the performance of Bitcoin on a risk adjusted basis.
 
Website
42Blockchain CapitalBlockchain Capital is a leading venture firm in the blockchain industry.  Have made over 125 investments in companies and protocols in the sector, across different stages, geographies and asset types.Website
43Blockwall CapitalBlockwall Capital is a thesis-driven, sector focused, and independent blockchain investment firm that funds the development of Web 3.0 and decentralized technologies.Website
44X21 DigitalX21 Digital is a Blockchain Advisory and Investment firm dedicated to helping mainly blockchain startups accelerate their growth and exposure in the industry. Website
45BonFire VCBonfire Ventures leads Seed rounds for talented founders building the next generation of software giants.Website
46White Star CapitalWhite Star Capital is a global multi-stage investment platform built by a team of founders, investors and operators with a track record of entering Crypto markets.Website
47BlocktowerBlockTower is an institutional investment firm, applying professional trading, venture investing, credit underwriting, and portfolio management to digital and traditional assets.
 
Website
48Vandetta CapitalVendetta Capital has brought together a multi-disciplinary team that has immense experience spanning from investing, portfolio management, and capital markets to marketing and blockchain technology. 

Vendetta invests in, leads, and helps projects to accelerate developing novel solutions to address the core issues of scalability, privacy, and interoperability for decentralized protocols and applications.
Website
49Variant VCVariant is an early-stage fund investing in web3.Website
50Bitscale CapitalFounded in 2018, Bitscale Capital is a venture capital firm based in Switzerland. The firm seeks to invest in seed-stage, early-stage, and later-stage companies. The firm prefers to invest in big data, cryptocurrency, cybersecurity, the internet of things, fintech, and the technology sectors.
 
Website
51CoinfundFounded in 2015 and headquartered in New York City and Miami, CoinFund has evolved a combined venture, liquid, and cryptonative strategy to grow with an ever changing ecosystem. 

This multi-strategy approach means CoinFund invests in trends early and at key junctions as blockchain technology converges with the mainstream world.
Website
52Union Square VenturesUnion Square Ventures is a thesis-driven venture capital firm. Since 2003, have invested in over 100 companies that use the power of the internet to re-shape markets.Website
53Bixin VenturesBixin Ventures invests in early-stage infrastructure projects that cultivate and facilitate mass adoption of open finance through permissionless and decentralized networks.Website
54CoinixCoinIX manages a portfolio of cryptocurrencies and assets. The investment focus for venture investments is Europe and with a strong focus on companies using distributed ledger technologies.Website
55TRGCTRGC is a digital asset fund focused on investment Digital Assets, Web 3.0 and Blockchain Infrastructure. The ability to place value on an emerging ecosystem of blockchain protocols and application layers presents an exponential investment opportunity that doesn't come very often. Website
56Continue CapitalContinue Capital excels in investments on digital currency Startups , Private Equity and HFT Funds, focus on strategic sectors including Blockchain industry, innovative science and technologies. We continue to invest in breakthrough technologies. Website
57Collider VCCollider Ventures is an early-stage venture capital blockchain & cryptocurrency fundWebsite
58TVP FundVenture capital firm from Austin, Texas founded in 2016. Is an Austin-based venture capital firm focused on investing in highly technical seed- and early-stage startups in three core technology domains: Bitcoin-Native Technologies, Applied Artificial Intelligence, and Security and Privacy technologies.Website
59Coinstone CapitalCoinstone Capital is a boutique digital asset investment advisory firm.Website
60Signum CapitalSignum Capital is a Singapore-based firm that exclusively consults in Blockchain-enabled companies.Website
61Tally CapitalInvesting in the bridges, roads and tunnels of the blockchain ecosystem.Website
62Chainfund CapitalChainfund Capital is a Global FinTech Fund that invests in the next generation of financial technology. It has made 30 investments in researchers that are tackling problems across scalability, privacy, and formal verification. Chainfund supports its portfolio companies with an accelerator program to scale their technology to millions of users.

Based in San Francisco, California.
Website
63SequoiaSequoia Capital is an American venture capital firm. The firm is headquartered in Menlo Park, California and specializes in seed stage, early stage, and growth stage investments in private companies across technology sectors.Website
64Castle Island VCThey are a venture capital firm focused exclusively on public blockchains. They invest in infrastructure and application companies that will enable these transformative protocols to power services for the next billion users.Website
65Dalma CapitalDalma Capital is an award-winning global alternative investment platform, fund manager and accelerator for alpha generation with an inherent edge in emerging investment strategies and markets.Website
66LD CapitalLD Capital is one of Asia's earliest organizations focusing on value investing in blockchain field. Owing to industrial resource advantages and professional investment research teams, LD Capital has successively discovered and invested in projects such as Qtum, Vechain and Eos which all achieved over 100 times return.Website
67Sino Global CapitalSino Global Capital is an international crypto-native venture firm founded in 2015. Sino provide strategic investment to best-in-class companies that are moving the blockchain and digital assets ecosystems forward and then help them to thrive in the Asia market.Website
68DHVCDHVC is a venture capital firm based in Palo Alto, California. DHVC invest in AI, Bio, Crypto, and Consumer sectors. Website
69Slow VenturesSlow Ventures is an early-stage focused Venture Capital firm from Social Networking to Consumer Brands to SaaS, and Crypto. Based out of San Francisco and Boston.Website
70DTC CapitalDTC Capital is a Fundamentals Crypto Investment Fund.Website
71DeFi CapitalDeFi Capital is a Decentralized Finance investment fund.Website
72SW CapitalSW Capital Pvt. Ltd is a Financial Services Company, established in 1995.Website
73Signia VenturesSignia Venture Partners is an early stage fund dedicated to helping passionate entrepreneurs realize their vision and build impactful, high-growth ventures. 

Invest between $500k and $3m for an initial investment across a wide range of technology businesses, including within marketplaces, ecommerce, gaming, consumer mobile, virtual reality,enterprise technology, big data, and security.
Website
74Delphi DigitalA research-driven firm dedicated to advancing the understanding and development of the growing digital asset market.Website
75Divergence VCDivergence VC – The Crypto Operator Fund.Website
76Electric CapitalElectric Capital is a crypto asset management firm. The company invests in tokens that are Programmable Money and invest in both liquid and illiquid tokens that are emerging stores of value and rooted in novel technology. Electric Capital is started by technology entrepreneurs, engineers, and successful investors. 

They have been investing personally in cryptocurrencies since 2013 and were early believers in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Monero. Prior to Electric
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77EdenblockEden Block is a private, independent, research-centric investment vehicle dedicated towards enriching the environments that make up the new iteration of the internet: web3.0. Focused on Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity

Eden Block continues to support the world’s most formidable teams, spearheading concrete development andfoundational business application.
Website
78eFounderseFounders is a startup studio. Since 2011, launched 28 companies, and have inspired new ways of working. 

Together with entrepreneurs, we turn unique ideas into successful companies. Our motto? We build the future of work!
Website
79Signature VenturesFounded in 2019, Signature Ventures is a venture capital fund based in Berlin and Munich, Germany. The firm focuses on equity investments in early-stage startups. The firm follows a research-driven approach and has access to an extensive ecosystem linking key Blockchain industry players, VCs, corporates and academics.
 
Website
80Scalar CapitalScalar Capital is a hedge fund company specializing in cryptoassets. Founded in 2017, the company is headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States.Website
81Fabric VenturesFabric is a venture contributor building and backing the boldest ideas in Web 3, to create a more fair, productive and sustainable economy—an Open Economy.Website
82Framework VenturesThey are a team of technologists, researchers and investors who buy assets of, who build for, and who participate in open crypto networks. 

At its core, Framework is a technology company, building products and services to support the open blockchain networks that they invest in. Framework was started in 2019.
Website
83Greenfield OneGreenfield One is an early-stage crypto and blockchain venture capital firm. Long-term bets on early developer teams building towards an open, decentralized and more robust architecture of tomorrow’s web.Website
84Robot VenturesRobot Ventures is a (pre-)seed investor in exceptional fintech and blockchain companies led by founders with big ambitionsWebsite
85GBICGBIC (Global Blockchain Innovative Capital) is a multi-strategy crypto fund. A global fund that furthers the development, acceleration and launch of blockchain projects.Website
86Hack VCHack VC is an early-stage venture capital firm that invests in the cryptocurrency, fintech, and marketplaces sectors. The company was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States.Website
87Hashkey CapitalHashkey they offers investment opportunities and solutions to institutions, family offices, funds, and professional accredited investors across the digital asset and blockchain ecosystem.Website
88Petrock CapitalPetrock Capital is a venture firm that invests in breakthrough blockchain technologies, ranging from ground-breaking Web 3.0 infrastructure to degenerately unorthodox concepts.Website
89Ideo CoLabIDEO CoLab Ventures is invest in early-stage distributed web startups and co-create with them to ship new products and protocols.Website
90Interchain VenturesInterchain Ventures works in the business and investment industry. They are made of entrepreneurs, investors, and influencers who invest in up-and-coming blockchain technologies. ​They are constantly looking for ambitious and visionary partners with the drive and flexibility to take their company to the next level. Investing in projects where the token has functional utilities within its network.Website
91Jump TradingJump Crypto is building toward the next frontier in crypto infrastructure.Website
92LemniscapLemniscap is an early stage investment firm specializing in investments in emerging crypto assets.Website
93Prota VenturesWe are Venture builders & investors. Forged from decades of business ideation, validation, and execution, our teams of experienced operators invest both time and capital into new ventures.Website
94M31 CapitalM31 Capital is a private equity investment firm that invests in public and private sector real estate markets.Website
95Monday CapitalMonday Capital – A fund built by engineers. For ambitious founders who love Mondays because they love what they do. Venture Capital with a focus on Blockchain, AI and VRWebsite
96Mosaic VenturesMosaic Ventures is a Silicon Valley-style venture capital firm based in London, focused on Series A. They are investing a $150 million fund in founding teams that are fundamentally reshaping big markets.Website
97Placeholder VCPlaceholder is a venture capital firm that invests in open blockchain networks and Web3 services.Website
98Mythos CapitalMythos Capital is an investment company that holds cryptoassets and services cryptonetworks.Website
99Metacartel VentureMetaCartel is a ecosystem of creators and operators building decentralized applications (DApps)Website
100Moonrock CapitalMoonrock Capital is a Blockchain Advisory and Investment Partnership based in London and Hamburg. Website
101Outlier VenturesAccelerating the Open Metaverse since 2014. We invest in creators building “The Open Metaverse,” a thesis and playbook outlining the future of freedom and equitable economics within digital environments.Website
102Master VenturesMaster Ventures is a blockchain-focused Venture Studio building the next generation of infrastructure companies to drive blockchain adoption.Website
103Nil FoundationNEO Global Capital is the strategic investment vehicle NEO foundation and one of the largest institutional owners of cryptocurrencies. It was founded 2017 and is based in Singapore.Website
104Oyster VCOyster Ventures is a venture capital firm investing in exceptional new-frontier technology companies. They target companies that bring liquidity and efficiency to antiquated industries, companies that enable globalization, with leverage to massively scale. It also specializes in early-stage investments in startups in fintech, with a focus onblockchain, crypto, E-commerce, market place, artificial intelligence, fintech, media tech, and SaaS companies.

Oyster Ventures was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States.
Website

Summary

Over the past few years, as crypto gained mainstream adoption, venture capital investing in the sector also continued to rise to new levels, with 7% of all global VC funding going into crypto in 2022.

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Cryptocurrency APIs: Top 200 APIs for Developer and Traders

Development using data from the cryptocurrency market is emerging as the new cryptocurrency gold rush. APIs permit several businesses to hold access to a broad range of resources. Additionally, these APIs assist you to check real-time crypto data to assist in building a trading bot, executing academic research on cryptocurrency.

In this article, you'll learn What is Cryptocurrency APIs, Top 200 APIs for Developer and Traders.

What is an API?

API, or Application Programming Interface, connects multiple user programs. An API sends your request to a server with the information you need and then returns the response to your device.

The current API has its software development lifecycle (SDLC), which includes designing, testing, developing, maintaining, and versioning, much like any other productized software. Modern APIs are also fully documented in terms of usage and versioning.

What is a CryptoCurrency APIs?

The biggest thing that all crypto currency API must do is to interface with crypto currencies. Most of the best will work with several different crypto currencies, while some of the more limited API will only work with one of the more mainstream currencies.

Some crypto currency API work similarly to a stock market or currency exchange API, providing lots of detail on market trends. They monitor the prices of multiple different crypto currencies, including fluctuations in pricing, and monitoring for overall market trends.

These crypto currencies also generally provide some kind of historical data following each crypto currency, though the quality and length of the data depends greatly on how long each crypto currency has been around.

These market monitoring and trade API also usually have some buy/sell abilities, which also come with a wallet for your crypto currency, much like a stock market portfolio. Some will also work with websites and stores that accept crypto currency for payment, although not all.

Others are more limited and function mostly as a crypto currency wallet, though that is slightly rarer. Still, others are only market monitors, providing data on the current price of each covered currency, but without buy/sell options.

Still, others work to help connect you to stores where you can use your crypto currency or else sell for a range of base currencies.

You can also implement other API that complement your crypto currency API to help build a better project. Consider security features like email verification or phone verification a priority for many crypto currency based projects. 

What products does Crypto APIs offer?

Crypto APIs is a set of blockchain- and crypto-related products which can help you reduce your development and infrastructure costs. It's an infrastructure layer which significantly reduces your go to market time.

  • Wallet as a Service - an MPC digital wallet that incorporates the best features, security and authorization processes on the market.
  • Blockchain Data - Unified access to complex and dynamic blockchain data from a single point using REST APIs.
  • Blockchain Events - monitor and be notified for webhooks on top blockchain protocols using unified requests and callbacks
  • Node as a Service - shared and dedicated node infrastructure for top blockchains using JSON-RPC.
  • Blockchain Tools - a collection of API endpoints that provide an easy connection with blockchains and perform certain operations.
  • Blockchain Automations - forward automatically any received coins or tokens to a preferred main deposit address.
  • Market Data - real-time and historical crypto market data in one place.

Use Cases for Crypto APIs

  • Crypto Wallet: Chances are, your phone already has a digital wallet that stores some of your credit card data for online and in-person purchases. In a similar vein, crypto wallets help manage the public/private key pairs that control ownership of the underlying crypto. They serve as a central location where you can manage your crypto and connect to decentralized applications (dApps). Crypto wallet APIs link to different digital currencies and perform various functions for convenience purposes. Take Binance API as an example – it lets you set up a “kill switch” on your wallet for immediate crypto sales, order placements, and open order cancellations.
  • Digital Banks: APIs for digital banking platforms allow banks to integrate with crypto banking services to enable lending, maintain accounts, make payments and accept deposits. It also allows banks to notify customers about their balances and fees. In doing so, banks could potentially attract new customers and further engage with existing customers.
  • Portfolio Tracking: Crypto APIs can be used to feed historical, live blockchain, and market data to portfolio management software or portfolio trackers, enabling users to manage their crypto holdings more effectively. These APIs can provide the portfolio holder with information such as transactions made from a particular address, track fees paid in a specific transaction or transaction period, monitor deposits and withdrawals, etc.
  • Crypto Exchanges: APIs also can connect you with historical data and staking interests and sort coins by market cap and volume. For example, Coinbase’s FIX / REST exchange APIs and WebSocket feeds can “provide direct access to order placement and provide real time market data.”
  • Crypto Custody: Crypto custody APIs from crypto custody providers integrate with crypto wallets and other digital currency management applications to store and secure crypto assets – especially the private key that verifies those assets' owners.
  • Crypto Mining: Crypto mining APIs can connect crypto mining applications with information from a specific blockchain — providing details about a block's miner, notifying the user when blocks are created or reverted.
  • Crypto Lending: APIs for crypto lenders can ease the task of verifying asset ownership and history, the borrower's net worth, and credit. Lending platforms using crypto APIs can help users borrow and lend crypto directly to one another and collect interest.
  • Crypto Taxes and Accounting: Understanding crypto taxes is essential not only at tax time, but also from the minute someone buys their first coin. Linking a digital wallet or trading app to a crypto taxes app can allow users keep track of their crypto purchases and sales along with their gains and losses. They can then decide which accounting method will be most advantageous to them for tax purposes.
  • Crypto PSP: When building a cryptocurrency payment service provider (PSP), crypto APIs can notify users about deposits and withdrawals, convert one currency to another via an exchange or liquidity provider, generate addresses for deposits, and more.
  • Blockchain Explorer: When developing these tools that are similar to search engines, with which users can search for and explore data on a blockchain, APIs can be used to connect a blockchain explorer to blockchain nodes. Crypto APIs can also sync and refresh blockchain data.

How to Use a Crypto Currency API?

The first thing you'll need if you want to use one is the relevant API key. If you're using a free trial version of an API to test how it works for your project, you may need to get a second API key if you decide to subscribe.

All API consist of code that you insert into your program to access the features and functionality of the API. They serve as replacements for building the code functionality yourself, saving you not only the work of coding but also of sourcing the data needed for each feature.

Once you have an API key, you’ll use the documentation provided by the developer to make sure it’s properly implemented.

From there, you can also often go into the coding to make slight modifications to tweak which features and functions are available to app users. You can also configure how often the API makes a call, and other backend information to make sure you’re matching use to the subscription level you’ve chosen.

Even once these steps have been completed, you may need occasional troubleshooting to make sure you’re making the most of the API, and to solve any hiccups you encounter along the way. 

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Top 200 APIs for Developer and Traders

There are numerous APIs to select from if you are a cryptocurrency trader, speculator, developer, or someone interested in undertaking cryptocurrency research. Many cryptocurrency exchanges have made their APIs public, allowing developers to connect to their platforms. 

 Name SummaryTypeAPIs address
1Blockchain APIBlockchain API is a perfect solution for implementing the cryptocurrency payment functionality. With a community of over 25,000 developers, the Blockchain API technology is considered to be the oldest and the most popular one. Blockchain has APIs for wallets, payment processing, blockchain exploration, and simple text query. They also provide WebSockets, market data API.

Blockchain API stores data on blocks and transactions in JSON format. It has low timeouts, and it operates using wallets only. This avoids the need for additional cryptocurrency storage. 

On balance, this Blockchain API is competitive because of:

Vast developer community;
Low timeouts;
Accessible JSON data format;
Access for operations via e-wallet accounts.
BlockchainAPIs
2CoinAPICoinAPI is a serve supplier that is entirely focused on providing price and market data. With over 20TB of raw marketplace data in its database, CoinAPI has a reputable list for high-quality crypto data in the market. 

CoinAPI provides real-time data stream services and a database of historical market data. CoinAPI has servers located all around the universe, designed to transfer data faithfully and quickly.
CryptoAPIs
3CoinbaseCoinBase API is a little different, with the flexibility to act as an exchange API, a wallet, or any number of other crypto currency functions. It’s designed to be highly flexible and programmable, which means that this API can give you a lot of functionality to create something different from the competition. 

The developer even suggests that you might be able to create entirely new functionalities in your program, using their API. 

It offers direct connections to other CoinBase wallets, letting you handle transactions directly with another user without having to first go to a crypto marketplace. 

It works with bitcoin, bitcoin cash, litecoin, and Ethereum, giving you access to some of the best and most reliable forms of crypto currency. 

You also have access to real-time price information. In addition, you get access to historical data that can help you make an informed decision about the currencies you want to invest in, and when to buy or sell your existing crypto currency. 

Real-time notifications will also keep you up to date the moment something happens in your crypto wallet, whether you receive a payment, or made one, depending on your settings and the status of each trade. 
 
CryptoAPIs
4CoinMarketCapCoinMarketCap is one of the leading and longest-running data providers which was launched in 2013 and gathered across 150 million visits this year. Like CoinGecko, its basic focus is assisting their retail users to track the prices of coins and execute their portfolio.

The API of CoinMarketCap is a bit costly and has some stricter limits to it in comparison to others. Its free tier lets you receive 10,000 calls however comprises no historical data, which you definitely require for lots of use cases like backtesting crypto trading strategies or charting.
CryptoAPIs
5CoinGeckoCoinGecko ’ randomness mission is to empower crypto users and help them gain a better understand of fundamental factors that drive the marketplace. In addition to crypto prices, trade volume, and grocery store capitalization, CoinGecko besides measures community emergence, open-source code growth, events and on-chain metrics for a complete analysis beyond fair technical indicators. 

Operating since 2014, CoinGecko is one of the largest crypto datum providers, tracking closely 3,300 tokens from more than 260 cryptocurrency exchanges. 

CoinGecko is a free-to-use API that provides access to data such as live pricing, deal volume, tickers, exchanges, and historic data. The API besides provides non-market data such as images, development & social community statistics, events, global markets, and central status updates .
CryptoAPIs
6BitPayBitPay is a Bitcoin and cryptocurrency requital central processing unit that enables merchants and consumers to immediately accept cryptocurrency as payment without gamble or price fluctuations. Currently, credit rating cards can charge up to 3 % in action fees on every transaction. 

Compared to credit cards, BitPay entirely charges a compressed 1 % village fee for crypto-to-fiat bank conversion. Furthermore, traditional requital methods require customers to provide sensitive personal information that could lead to fraud and identity larceny. 

The BitPay API can be used to create and manage invoices, publish refunds, manage bills, retrieve real-time rates information, view merchant daybook entries, and much more.
CryptoAPIs
7Binance APIBNB or Binance is one of the best crypto APIs available in the market today. It’s a free and open-source platform and uses 3rd party platform for real-time change in the market. Besides, its API is easy to integrate and likely to get minimal chances of any issues in it.

Binance API helps in making trade easy for their users and due to its popularity in digital currency today, it allows to handle more than 1200 requests every single minute. Being one of the biggest APIs in the market it also allows users with the following:

A user can start or cancel the transaction at any given point of time.
You can sell/purchase directly with the help of its API
In case of any bugs/errors, you can visit the help desk support forum to troubleshoot the identified issue.
CryptoAPIs
8Poloniex APIIn the world of digital currency, Poloniex is among the world’s largest crypto exchanges in the market today. Poloniex is owned by Circle and it uses HTTP and WebSockets for real-time data. Currently, there are more than 7,000,000 trades are happening each day. With the help of this API, developers can easily integrate these functionalities into any 3rd party application. Besides this, there are several other factors which you ought to see for more clarity.

Poloniex API offers minimal latency which makes it different from others.
Its HTTP API helps in retrieving public market data through the public endpoint.
Currently, it supports 7 public methods for HTTP GET in JSON format.
CryptoAPIs
9BitMEXThe BitMEX API allows users to automate their BitMEX trading and account management functions. BitMEX (The Bitcoin Mercantile Exchange) is a cryptocurrency derivatives platform built by financial professionals. The platform is a safe place to hedge risk, since profits are never clawed back. BitMEX employs multi-factor security and uses multi-signature wallets for all transactions.CryptoAPIs
10Kucoin APIIt allows users to do trading over a cryptocurrency platform where they can trade somewhere between 180-210 digital currencies like ETH, BTC, LUNA, etc. It’s easy to integrate and users can easily operate it both via mobile and desktop. Kucoin also allows users to view the trends and historical figures of any crypto in the market before investing and it also helps the user to put their favorites on the watchlist so that they can keep a close eye while they fluctuate. As a developer, you need to keep these points in mind while going to Kucoin API:

Its interface is user friendly
Transparency
Users cannot deposit money via Credit Cards
It covers a vast market with over 200 cryptocurrency
It uses REST API and WebSockets which is easy to integrate
CryptoAPIs
11Gate.ioThe Gate.io API allows developers to make cryptocurrency trades, get an account balance, get a recharge address, get an order's status, cancel an order, and more. This is a RESTful API that uses POST requests. 

Results are returned in JSON format. This API is provided by Gate.io, a website that offers cryptocurrency trading and information services.
CryptoAPIs
12BithumbThe Bithumb Public API allows developers to use REST calls to access cryptocurrency exchange market information. This includes current price information, bid and ask information, transaction history, and the Bithumb Crypto Index (BTCI). Bithumb is a Korean cryptocurrency exchange. API documentation is provided in both Korean and English.CryptoAPIs
13Bittrex APIBittrex is a dependable, secure, and creative digital asset trading platform formed on Bittrex’s cutting-edge technology for crypto traders. 

It has this special point where users can programmatically gain access to their Bittrex accounts and withdrawals, do trades, and make deposits using the Bittrex API.
CryptoAPIs
14OKExThe OKEx Websocket API is designed for spot and margin users. All of the data channels are applicable to both types of users, except for the Account Channel. Developers are strongly advised to use the Websocket API for retrieving market data and order book depth. 

OKEx is a digital asset exchange that provides financial services to traders using blockchain technology. Currently, OKEx does not serve customers in Hong Kong, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Crimea, Sudan, Malaysia, Syria, USA (and its territories), Bangladesh, Bolivia, Ecuador, or Kyrgyzstan.
CryptoAPIs
15PrimeBitThe PrimeBit API allows developers to access trades, tickers, market data, account information, and orders. PrimeBit is a cryptocurrency platform with support for Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin transactions. 

PrimeBit's blockchain contracts support up to 200x leverage, fixed value transactions, and no expiration date.
CryptoAPIs
16DigiFinexThe DigiFinex API provides endpoints for public use, private use, spot trading, OTC, and margin trading. The public endpoints can be used to get the ticker price, orderbook, recent trades, candles data, and more. The private endpoints can be used to create, get, and cancel orders as well as transfer assets among accounts and close positions. 

DigiFinex is a digital assets trading platform that focuses on cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin.
CryptoAPIs
17Lbank
The Lbank REST API is recommended for developers wanting to perform currency exchange transactions or asset withdrawals with Lbank. 

The API documentation is provided in both English and Chinese. Lbank is a digital asset exchange platform that covers a large number of cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, EOS.IO, NEO, Legal Block, and many others.
CryptoAPIs
18UniswapThe Uniswap API provides recent cryptocurrency information designed to help exchange aggregators. 

Developers can access API status, and Uniswap pair data. Responses are JSON formatted. Uniswap is an Ethereum-based protocol for automated Token exchange.
CryptoAPIs
19NowNodesNOWNodes provides access to Explorer and Node APIs. 40+ most popular blockchain networks connected. With NOWNodes you can : • add new blockchain networks, coins, and tokens:

Get a handy accompaniment solution to maintain the network fluent function & quality of serve.

Concentrate on product development while reducing infrastructure costs. The military service has a release plan for up to 20,000 requests per day for any supported net. 

You can start working with blockchain nodes using NOWNodes, free plan is available.
CryptoAPIs
20CryptoCompareCryptoCompare is used by a wide range of businesses, investment institutions, and crypto companies. CryptoCompare includes a variety of data from market, trade, blockchain, and social sources.

CryptoCompare’s API provides highly reliable and scalable endpoints, reaching 180 million requests per hour at peak times and collecting 800+ trades per second. Their global data centers support over 30k clients.
Blockchain APIs
21Nomics
Nomics is a cryptocurrency data API focused on Price, crypto market cap, supply, and all-time high data. They offer Candle/OHLC data for currencies & exchanges. Additionally, they supply historical aggregate cryptocurrency market cap since January of 2013.

Nomics API is a resource for all developers. Their prices can seem expensive to the typical developer who is searching for a cheap or free crypto API. Nonetheless, they are a well respected API within the crypto industry.
Blockchain APIs
22SimpleSwapSimpleSwap provides its customers an excellent opportunity to exchange 500+ cryptocurrencies without sign-up. Being on the market for 4 years, the project has earned the trust and love of crypto enthusiasts.

SimpleSwap API is free and convenient to use. On average, the integration takes one day only. With the help of SimpleSwap API, applications can implement the cryptocurrency exchange service. Developers can design their own crypto services and, using different API methods, get access to all currency pairs, estimated exchange rates, and much more. API uses HTTP protocol, and the responses are delivered through JSON API format.

After registering an affiliate account, partners can get the API keys and customize their own commission from each completed transaction (up to 2%). SimpleSwap API is sustainable and has 99.95% uptime. Different wallets and exchange partners have already integrated this API for their needs.


 
CryptoAPIs
23Wyre API 
Wyre provides crypto apps and services with a regulate and compliant fiat-to-crypto on-ramp. 

Wyre API is a childlike integrated requital solution for crypto startups looking to implement crypto as a requital method acting, quite than traditional requital methods.
CryptoAPIs
24TheGraphThis GraphQL API embraces everything like lending, yield farming rates, borrowing, as well as generally any data on the most significant DeFi protocols. Sadly, you are unable to access market data from The Graph.

Their playing field seems a little confusing at first however it is fun to use once you get the hang of it. TheGraph is exciting due to its business model as it is unlikely any other you have come across. It is supported by a token called Graph Protocol (GRT) that is used to incentivize. TheGraph’s community to turn the data more reliable by indexing the daunting and dynamic data on Ethereum. 
CryptoAPIs
25CoinCapCoinCap is a tool that collects real-time pricing and market activity for over 1,000 cryptocurrencies, with the goal of providing transparent and accurate data on digital asset markets. Created by the ShapeShift team, CoinCap API is free for all users.

CoinCap API functions well as a free API for aggregating real-time prices and markets but can fall short as a solution that requires accurate historical data, such as backtesting portfolio strategies.
BlockchainAPIs
26CryptoapisCryptoapis.io is a mostly RESTful JSON API for interacting with blockchains. 

Crypto APIs provides interoperability, through a coherent and advanced integration, with our all-in-one platform for crypto exchange market data and powerful blockchain endpoints.
BlockchainAPIs
27BitcoreBitcore is a native interface for the Bitcoin network. The popular bitcoin payment processor Bitpay developed it. It’s free, open-source, and coded in JavaScript. It’s a toolset necessary for almost any bitcoin-related application. It includes a node, wallet, bitcoin chain explorer, and many useful libraries. It’s easy to extend it with additional services, thanks to its modular architecture. It’s an advantage for enterprise applications.

Furthermore, Bitcore is a full node, so applications on its API run on the P2P network. This means an incredible performance (over 500 transactions per second). Bitcore productivity makes it one of the best blockchain API for scaling projects. Its potential for excellent performance makes it somewhat futureproof. It eliminates any worries about the need for significant redevelopment in the non-distant future.
 
BlockchainAPIs
28FactomFactom is a company offering a truly innovative solution that goes by the brand name Harmony Connect. It offers services for data storage on its Blockchain. This is helpful when you need to record tamperproof data for prolonged periods of time. 

Their API has good integration with existing software. Factom blockchain can also run smart contracts. Another nice feature of their blockchain is tokenization. You can create tokens that represent real-world assets and trade them over the network. Factom seems like a solution that can be very popular in the near future.
CryptoAPIs
29Web3.js APIWeb3.js is the primary API for the Ethereum network; however, to use it, you would need to run your own Ethereum client. 

You also can use Infura hosting instead. It has wallet support, autogenerates wrappers for smart contracts from native java code. It has support for both ERC20 and ERC721 token standards. 

Its features are:

There is a right amount of documentation and extensions for it;
It uses JavaScript, so development isn’t expensive;
It’s free;
You have to run your node to use it.
BlockchainAPIs
30InfuraInfura is one of the biggest blockchain service providers today – it offers a robust, scalable solution for a client infrastructure in the Ethereum network.

It is useful for decentralized apps and also has other uses. Infura also provides a backend API to connect apps through HTTP and WebSockets to Ethereum network IPFS storage. 
BlockchainAPIs
31TierionTierion provides a curious solution called Chainpoint. This API allows you to make incomparable timestamps in the blockchain linked to a file you have. 

This timestamp can’t be removed or tampered with. It can be useful for legal reasons, for instance, to prove IP or timestamp a piece of research or to create an audit trail. Many apps are getting developed using this API. 

This technology is new. But there are cases already of using blockchain anchoring as evidence in court successfully.
BlockchainAPIs
32LunarCRUSHLunarCRUSH provides API endpoints for thousands of crypto assets. This is the same API that drives their web app. Access over 100 million collected social posts, all classified by coin using artificial intelligence and displayed alongside unique insights. 

The cryptocurrency focused company collects more than 100,000 social posts with 20,000 links per day and they support more than 2000 cryptocurrencies. 

LunarCRUSH is known as one the most reliable API for community and social insights.
BlockchainAPIs
33MessariMessari provides API endpoints for thousands of crypto assets. These endpoints include trades, market data (VWAP), quantitative metrics, qualitative information. 

This is the same API that drives their web app. Most of their endpoints are available without an API key, but they limit their rates. 

The free tier does not include redistribution rights and requires attribution and a link back to their site.

Generally, Messari is a good API for those looking to build custom solutions. While their site has good information for traders, developing with their API can be challenging.
Messari provides API endpoints for thousands of crypto assets. These endpoints include trades, market data (VWAP), quantitative metrics, qualitative information. 

This is the same API that drives their web app. Most of their endpoints are available without an API key, but they limit their rates. 

The free tier does not include redistribution rights and requires attribution and a link back to their site.
BlockchainAPIs
34DexGuru APIDexGuru is a crypto exchange trading terminal. DexGuru Public API enables connected traders to receive on-chain trading data on Ethereum, BSC, Polygon and Avalanche mainnets. 

Data includes current token prices, recent transactions, mints and burns, wallet activity and more.
CryptoAPIs
35MinterstatMinterstat is cryptocurrency mining monitor and management software. 

The Minterstat API offers developer access to the platform, with methods to retrieve and manage online and offline workers, worker statistics, hashrates, worker activity, group statistics, global statistics and more.
CryptoAPIs
36MoralisMoralis enables developers to build serverless Web3 (Ethereum node interaction) dApps (decentralized applications). 

The Moralis API enables developers to access the platform manage blockchain data, including NFT (non-fungible tokens) data. Methods are available to manage native block data, NFT data, accounts, tokens, transfers, events, addresses, owners
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37NFTPortNFTPort is "the Stripe for NFTs" (non-fungible tokens), a service that offers developer tools to bring their NFT applications to market. 

The NFTPort API offers programmatic access to the service, with methods to manage visual search, easy minting, text search, account, contract, advanced minting, NFT retrieval, user profile
BlockchainAPIs
38PureStakePureStake provides tools and Blockchain infrastructure services for Proof of Stake networks. The PureStake offers access to the Algorand (cryptocurrency) network without having to maintain node infrastructure. 

The API is accessible indirectly by SDKs and offers access to query historical information from the blockchain, get information about blocks and transactions, and send transactions.
BlockchainAPIs
39Venly NFT Venly NFT enables users to build their own NFT (non-fungible token) marketplaces. 

The Venly NFT API offers access to the service, with methods to manage contracts, templates, minting NFTs, and retrieving NFTs, plus analytics by address, contracts or other information.
CryptoAPIs
40OpenSeaOpenSea is an non-fungible tokens (NFT or ERC721-based items) marketplace. Users can set up a wallet, create an NFT collection, list them for sale, and buy them with OpenSea. 

The OpenSea API offers ERC721 asset fetching and management. Methods are available to manage asset object, events, account objects, OpenSea listings, and more.
CryptoAPIs
41CryptingUpCryptocurrency ranking by trading volume, market data and charts. Research financial data for Bitcoin, Ethereum and other altcoins.

You can use our API to access CryptingUp API endpoints, which can get information on assets, markets, and exchanges in our database.
 
CryptoAPIs
42CurrencyAPICurrencyAPI - A simple, reliable and real-time currency exchange API for current and historical forex rates. Get real-time accurate rates on over 152 currencies, cryptocurrencies and precious metals. Rates are updated every 60 seconds.CryptoAPIs
43PeazePeaze is one API to connect to millions of cryptocurrency accounts. Use the API for account balances, transactions and other data, to place orders, to receive payments and more. 

It is useful for applications for wealth management, lending, personal finances, and consumer transactions.
CryptoAPIs
44DexDaqThe DexDaq API integrates crypto transactions data with a hybrid and decentralized exchange platform. 

Developers can authenticate with an API Key and make calls that return JSON responses with ticker, exchange information, currencies, trades, sell orders, and buy orders.
CryptoAPIs
45FIO ProtocolThe FIO (Foundation for Interwallet Operability) API allows developers to access blockchain information such as transactions, blocks, fee ratios, Tokens, and addresses. 

The API features REST architecture, JSON payload requests, and JSON responses. FIO Protocol is a consortium of leading wallets, exchanges, and crypto payment processors. This protocol is a decentralized service that removes the risk of sending and receiving coins and Tokens across every blockchain.
BlockchainAPIs
46BitLaunchThe BitLaunch API provides access to; details about a transaction, data revolving around a server, the ability to list all SSH keys for an account and more. 

This API requires that you generate an access Token to authenticate services for; Account, SSH Keys, Creation Options, Transactions and Servers. BitLaunch.io provides anonymous VPS services and accepts cryptocurrency as payment, from hosts that includes; DigitalOcean, Vultr and Linode.
CryptoAPIs
47KeycardKeycard provides a hardware implementation of a BIP-32 HD wallet that supports key generation, derivation and signing. It allows you to export keys defined in the context of EIP-1581. 

This API integration of Keycard is crypto wallets and can be used with other systems.
CryptoAPIs
48Celer NetworkCeler enables generalized off-chain smart contracts and transactions. This allows a 20,000-fold reduction in transaction latency, no transaction fees, and incentive-aligned cryptoeconomics. 

The Celer interface is used to integrate layer-2 scaling and on/off-chain smart contracts with applications. Celer is designed to be blockchain-agnostic and flexible; this allows for quick integrations with layer-1 blockchains.
BlockchainAPIs
49Zilliqa APIThe Zilliqa API enables developers to integrate blockchain related methods with their applications. Blockchain, transaction, contract and account methods are supported. 

Zilliqa is a high-performance, high-security blockchain designed for enterprise applications. Zilliqa enables real-world usability across different industries including digital advertising, gaming, and finance.
BlockchainAPIs
50ThreeFoldThreeFold leverages blockchain to build storage and compute applications such as IoT, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence. 

ThreeFold features globally distributed nodes, autonomous deployment technology, and a peer-to-peer layer for frontend applications. The ThreeFold Token is a decentralized digital currency that represents a unit of reservation of capacity for computing and storing data.
BlockchainAPIs
51MoonDEXThe MoonDEX API enables developers to integrate cryptocurrency market data and order support with their applications. The API returns order books for a given market, coin summaries, and market histories. 

Additionally, the API is used to place limit orders for specific cryptocurrencies. The MoonDEX API implements API Key authentication.
CryptoAPIs
52HorizenHorizen is an inclusive ecosystem for decentralized applications. Horizen's ZEN is a cryptocurrency with full end-to-end encryption. 

Horizen offers an optional privacy feature that allows the control of digital footprints. Horizen is equipped with zk-SNARK privacy technology and a decentralized multi-tiered node architecture.
BlockchainAPIs
53ChaingatewayChaingateway.io offers a variety of API functions that make it easier to work with ERC20 tokens and Ethereum. No matter if the goal is to use an own ERC20 token or Ethereum as a payment method in an online shop, create an exchange, provide a wallet function to users, send tokens to millions of airdrop participants or building a bridge between a website currency and an ERC20 token. 

Chaingateway.io has you covered with all needed functions. There are functions to send any ERC20 token, send Ethereum, rent and control Ethereum addresses, receive any ERC20 token via webhook/Instant Payment Notification, check ERC20 token balances, check Ethereum balances, get info on transactions and more. It can be used with any programming language that can send JSON encoded HTTP POST requests, which should be easy for every developer.
CryptoAPIs
54NOWPaymentsNOWPayments is a non-custodial cryptocurrency payment processing platform. Accept payments in a wide range of cryptos and get them instantly converted into a coin of your choice and sent to your wallet. Keeping it simple – no excess. 

NOWPayments' API allows you to integrate crypto payments in 50+ assets into any service.
CryptoAPIs
55ZaboAn API for connecting any cryptocurrency account - both exchanges and wallets. Allows apps to easily collect balances and transaction histories from any crypto account.CryptoAPIs
56CurrencyFreaksFree Currency Conversion and Forex Exchange Rate API CurrencyFreaks API provides currency conversion, current and historical forex exchange rate, currency fluctuation, and IP to currency data through REST API in JSON and XML formats compatible.CryptoAPIs
57NiceHashNiceHash Miner is Bitcoin mining software. The NiceHash REST API provides programmatic access for the NiceHash test and production platform. 

API methods are available for accounting functions such as deposits, transactions, withdrawals, for external mining functions, for private and public orders details, for pools, and for private and public exchange details.
CryptoAPIs
58AmberdataAmberdata.io provides real-time, raw & augmented blockchain data. The Amerdata API enables developers to retrieve data about cryptocurrency markets and data, including tools to manage futures market data, spot market data, market metrics, blockchains, plus blockchain addresses, blocks, contacts, transactions and more.CryptoAPIs
59BitCombineBitCombine API offers cryptocurrency trading, real-time data collection, and exchange account management services. 

The API supports 3500 cryptocurrencies from 40 exchanges and more than 18,600 currency pairs. Methods are available to get balances, exchanges, order books, symbols and tickers, and to manage cancellations, orders, and withdrawals.
CryptoAPIs
60CopperThe Copper REST API provides access to account management and trading services that integrate into applications. 

The Copper platform integrates custody architecture for trading that gives institutional investors the ability to offer digital assets. It is a digital asset ecosystem focused on institutional custody and acquisition with a next-gen digital asset infrastructure for the financial services industry.
CryptoAPIs
61CryptoMeterThe CryptoMeter API returns cryptocurrency data including market, ticker, 24hr trading volume, hourly merged volume, and technical indicators. 

CryptoMeter invites developers to build a strategy and bots with their data. 
CryptoAPIs
62DeCurretDeCurret enables developers to integrates cryptocurrency exchange capabilities with their applications. Several cryptocurrencies are supported including Bitcoin and Ethereum. 

DeCurret adheres to strict system risk assessment standards, implements individual cold wallets for customers' cryptocurrency, and uses multisig for secure cryptocurrency storage. The API features REST architecture.
CryptoAPIs
630xThe 0x API provides methods to source liquidity from 0x Mesh, Kyber, Uniswap, Oasis, and decentralized exchange networks. With the API, developers can route transactions across decentralized exchange networks to find the lowest slippage possible. 

0x API automatically creates an order that can be passed directly to smart contracts to be settled on-chain. No API key is required. 0x offers liquidity, fast response times and low revert rates, flexible integration, and open-source terms.
BlockchainAPIs
64CircleCircle enables businesses to harness the power of stablecoins. Stablecoins offer the flexibility and security of cryptocurrencies, and the low volatility of government issued currencies. Circle is powered by USD Coin (USDC). 

The Circle API integrates global banking connectivity, and wallet infrastructure with external fintech applications.
CryptoAPIs
65SmartHoldemThe SmartHoldem API returns blockchain data including accounts, blocks, transactions, peers, and transports. 

SmartHoldem Platform features trading, DEX games, top 64 decentralized nodes, game engine, staking program, and DAPPs and sidechains.
BlockchainAPIs
66YoBit TradeThe YoBit Public API allows developers to get information that doesn't require access to personal account data, such as the depth, fee, ticker, and trades for a given currency pair. YoBit is a cryptocurrency exchange platform.CryptoAPIs
67ParaSwapThe ParaSwap API allows applications and traders to access liquidity, price feeds, instant swaps, and payments. The API operates as a decentralized exchange hub, obtaining the nest price to building a transaction payload.CryptoAPIs
68CoinpushThe Coinpush API enables users to accept cryptocurrency payments. 

Coinpush provides a free API that's easy to get started with. It enables the integration of: Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin payments into your businesses or web applications.
CryptoAPIs
69ZB The ZB REST API allows developers to integrate ZB's cryptocurrency trading functions into their applications. This API is primarily recommended for currency transactions and asset withdrawals. However, it can also get information on the market configuration, market depth, ticker data, historical deals, K-line, etc. ZB is a Chinese cryptocurrency exchange. 

Their website is provided in both English and Chinese, but the API documentation is provided only in Chinese.
The Bithumb Public API allows developers to use REST calls to access cryptocurrency exchange market information. This includes current price information, bid and ask information, transaction history, and the Bithumb Crypto Index (BTCI). 
CryptoAPIs
70AirSwapAirSwap Server can be used to set and get intents locally, approve Tokens for trading, submit orders, and more blockchain-related functionalities. 

The API features REST architecture, and JSON responses. AirSwap offers decentralized peer-to-peer Token transactions build upon the Ethereum blockchain.
CryptoAPIs
71TokenAnalystThe TokenAnalyst API allows developers to get basic transaction data and aggregated on-chain statistics derived directly from the blockchain. 

Developers can access fundamentals for Bitcoin, Ethereum, and ERC20. They can also access exchange flows for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Stablecoin, and ERC20. Prices for all supported assets are available in USD.
CryptoAPIs
72CoinMetricsThe CoinMetrics API returns cryptocurrency data in JSON format for analytics and research. 

With the API, developers can implement assets, exchanges, markets, metrics, and indexes in addition to trades, values, and quotes. CoinMetrics provides cryptocurrency asset market and network data.
CryptoAPIs
73CoinTrackingThe CoinTracker API returns cryptocurrency reporting and tracking data in JSON format. Developers can use an API Key with a secret to POST data that displays trades, balances, historical currencies, and gains.CryptoAPIs
74CoinDaddyThe CoinDaddy Counterparty REST API provides access to Counterparty, which is used to embed data into Bitcoin transactions. Counterparty can be used to create and trade any kind of digital token and to write Smart Contracts and execute them on the Bitcoin blockchain. 

This API is still under development and will include more features in the future. This API is provided by CoinDaddy, a crypto 2.0 service company that focuses on making blockchain technologies more accessible.
CryptoAPIs
75ChangellyThe Changelly API allows developers to integrate features from the Changelly cryptocurrency exchange into their own services and applications. 

The API can be used to get a list of currencies available for exchange, get the minimum exchangeable amount for a currency pair, get an estimate of coins received as the result of a given exchange, create a transaction, and more. If the API methods provided by default are insufficient, developers can contact the Changelly developer team to request more features.
CryptoAPIs
76Minter NodeMinter is a blockchain network that enables the creation of coins with absolute and instant liquidity. Coins can be exchanged within and outside the network. 

The Minter Node API allows developers to access transactions, blocks, events, and validators. JSON is the preferred response format.
CryptoAPIs
77ParadigmParadigm is a multidimensional crypto data API, research and analytics platform. 

The unified API provides single endpoint access to datasets, curated content and visual analytics all at the same time. Paradigm harmonizes the data so you don’t have to and provides detailed meta data analytics on how different providers serve data for the same crypto assets.
CryptoAPIs
78WhaleclubThe Whaleclub API provides RESTful access to a bitcoin and altcoin trading platform. Developers can use the API to submit new trades, check their balance, get their trade history, and more. 

This API works with both live and demo accounts. All requests, responses, and errors are encoded in JSON.
CryptoAPIs
79TickeronTickeron offers summaries and technical analysis data for any stock, ETF, and cryptocurrency. This information is provided via RSS feed. Tickeron is a financial marketplace powered by artificial intelligence.CryptoAPIs
80Request NetworkThe Request Network API is a RESTful service that enables users to interact with the Request Protocol, abstracting all Blockchain-related aspects. Use the API to create Requests, list Requests, and find a specific Request by its ID. 

The Request service uses an API Key to authenticate requests, and supports JSON-encoded requests and responses. Request Network is an Open Financial Network for transaction requests that includes support for; blockchain, invoicing, ethereum and more. 

This API is currently in alpha, and is running on the Rinkeby Ethereum test network. Please check the Request Network roadmap to learn more about the Protocol release to the Ethereum Mainnet.‌‌
Blockchain APIs
81BitflyThe Bitfly API provides cryptocurrency Ethereum mining pool data. Developers can make 100 requests every 15 minutes. Endpoints are CORS.CryptoAPIs
82Slush PoolThe Braiins Slush Pool API provides data in JSON for cryptocurrency mining stats, profiles and workers. Slush Pool is a Bitcoin Mining pool that is AsicBoost compatible.CryptoAPIs
83BlockCypherThe BlockCypher Webhooks API allows you to leverage objects and interactions in BlockCypher payments services. 

This includes notifications for new transaction BlockCypher receives, every new block added, every new transactions and more. BlockCypher provides infrastructure and support services to build applications and web services for blockchain applications.
BlockchainAPIs
84ZebpayThe Zebpay API provides a way to access and integrate trading, wallet, blockchain, and market analysis functionality, that allows you to create crypto applications, tools, bots and more. 

The Zebpay Build platform enables users with the ability to create cryptocurrency trading applications.
CryptoAPIs
85HaasOnlineHaasOnline Software offers the means to control cryptocurrency trades. This platform features automated 24/7 trading bots, historical and real time back testing, and support for over a dozen cryptocurrency exchanges. 

The API offers several endpoints for market, account, and trade data. Responses are JSON or XML formatted.
CryptoAPIs
86Heat WalletThe Heat Wallet API returns crypto wallet data including trades, mining, exchange, transactions, blockchain, accounts, and peers. The interactive REST API supports JSON data and it provides a Swagger URL.CryptoAPIs
87SeedCXThe SeedCX API returns market data, initial margins, currencies, and collateralization through their public endpoints. Orders and accounts are available via private endpoints. SeedCX uses HMAC SHA-256 verification with API Keys to make calls that display JSON in return. 

Seed CX is a regulated, institutional exchange and settlement platform for digital assets.
CryptoAPIs
88hybrixhybrix provides an Open Source Multi Ledger API to build multi-blockchain and multi-ledger solutions. It is used to retrieve information from hybrix that includes; balances, transaction history, address validation and more. 

Responses support JSON format for a balance of the Bitcoin address, the progress, result of process etc. hybrix is a distributed platform environment to network and manage digital forms of value transfer.
CryptoAPIs
89DecentralandThis API allows you to GET Decentraland LAND data for Contributions, Districts, Estates, Mortgages and more. Decentraland uses the Ethereum blockchain to record the ownership of the digital assets, and other tradable items that can be read and reacted to by a 3D scene. 

Tokens that are used for experiences and games in Decentraland are held in an Ethereum wallet that holds various tokens for Ether, MANA, LAND, and others. Decentraland is a decentralized VR platform service that is powered by the Ethereum blockchain, that allows you to create, experience, and monetize content and applications.
CryptoAPIs
90ShrimpyShrimpy provides a platform for cryptocurrency trading, portfolio allocation, and real-time data collection. Shrimpy supports KuCoin, Binance, Kraken, and more. 

The REST API offers access to accounts, users, trading assets, and analytics. JSON is the preferred response format. Shrimpy’s Universal Crypto Exchange APIs are the only unified APIs for crypto exchanges that are specifically designed for application developers. 

Collect real-time trade or order book data for free, manage user exchange accounts, execute trading strategies, and simplify the way you connect to each exchange.
CryptoAPIs
91DaneelDaneel is a blockchain news curation API that developers can use to return the sentiment for a cryptocurrency. 

The sentiment is calculated by analyzing different sources of information including Twitter, Reddit, Bitcoin talk, News and Facebook (coming soon). API methods are available to retrieve market news, score, price, sentiment, and trends.
BlockchainAPIs
92CoinpaprikaThe Coinpaprika API returns current crypto market data for coin prices, volumes, market caps, ATHs, return rates and more. All endpoints return either a JSON object or array. 

Coinpaprika provides a research platform that allows you to access Market Overview, Prices, Charts, Teams, Events, Github, Twitter, ATH, Reddit and Coin Details.
CryptoAPIs
93DfuseThe dfuse API returns JSON formats to build EOS blockchain crypto applications. Developers can get a free API Key to work with REST and WebSockets.BlockchainAPIs
94CryptowatchThe Cryptowatch Market Data REST API returns crypto information including assets, pairs, exchanges, and markets. Currencies include Bitcoin, Monero, Zcash, Ethereum, Dash, EOS, Ripple, Litecoin, Stellar, True, Waves, and more. 

Developers used Go to write Cryptowatch, that uses Redis and PostgreSQL to store data and React.js to build the frontend. The API is based on Mozilla Canvas API.
CryptoAPIs
95Totle Smart Contract APIThe Totle Smart Contract API is available using the GraphQL query service. This allows developers to pull an array of token data from the Totle global network. 

It provides access to DEX data and allows you to compare token prices and route orders across global decentralized exchanges. Totle is a cryptocurrency portfolio management tool and decentralized exchange aggregator.
CryptoAPIs
96ChainRiderThe ChainRider Webhooks API delivers notifications containing events such as new transactions, new blocks, confirmation of transactions, and changing of address balance. ChainRider is a cloud based management platform for Bitcoin and Dash blockchains. ChainRider offers a microservice with 99.995% availability and automatic scaling for a high number of simultaneous API requests. This API uses JSON for responses.CryptoAPIs
97CoinloreThe Coinlore Crypto API provides cryptocurrency ticker information. Developers can retrieve data such as crypto name (ie Bitcoin) ID, symbol, us dollar price, rank, market cap, and more. Coinlore is a provider of Cryptocurrency Prices Ranking, Charts, API, Widgets and much more.CryptoAPIs
98CosmosCosmos offers an integrated cryptocurrency platform with wallet, dashboard, and miner. Any blockchain system can be incorporated into the Cosmos hub directly, without intermediaries. 

The Cosmos platform uses Byzantine fault tolerance (BFT) theory to tolerate machines failing in arbitrary ways. Additionally, Cosmos uses Tendermint for securely and consistently replicating an application on many machines.
BlockchainAPIs
99CoinCapThe CoinCap API provides real-time pricing and market activity for over 1,000 cryptocurrencies. It collects exchange data from thousands of markets for transparent and accurate data on asset price and availability. 

The API offers insights into which exchanges and markets contribute to CoinCap pricing and includes services for Assets, Rates, Exchanges and more. 

The CoinCap 2.0 RESTful API is currently in beta and will soon be fully functioning. CoinCap.io is real time market data resources for digital assets.
CryptoAPIs
100ZloadrThe Zloadr Professional API offers information related to legal structures of crypto assets, longevity of assets, and performance of crypto assets. This data is offered in JSON format. 

The API provides methods for cryptocurrency historical data, latest market quotes for one or more cryptocurrencies, listing market pairs, and more. Developers can test drive the API with a limited plan (with a limited number of daily/monthly calls).
CryptoAPIs
101CoinlayerThe coinlayer REST API was built to deliver on-demand real-time or historical cryptocurrency exchange rates in JSON format. Crypto data is sourced from more than 25 worldwide exchanges, features more than 385 coins and can be accessed using any programming language, framework and device. 

The API is free for a limited amount of monthly API requests and can be used at premium level to gain access to features like 60-second updates, conversion and time-series endpoints, and much more.
CryptoAPIs
102HydrogenThe Hydro API enables applications to interface with Hydro’s smart contracts. All Hydrogen APIs are built on REST principles, with resource-oriented URLs and HTTP response codes. All API responses are returned in JSON format. BlockchainAPIs
103StrikeThe Strike API in REST architecture returns bitcoin and cryptocurrency data. Developers can use basic auth, API Key, and HTTP verbs that display JSON objects in return.CryptoAPIs
104Moon BankingThe Moon Banking API is a ranking service for crypto friendly banks. Users obtain and fund quota for this production API through Bitcoin payments on the Lightning Network mainnet. Moon Banking provides a way to view crypto friendly banks stories and rankings.CryptoAPIs
105CoinTreeCoinTree is an Australian Bitcoin exchange marketplace. The CoinTree API supports the integration of CoinTree’s Bitcoin trading functions in applications.CryptoAPIs
106AuroraAurora operates a decentralized cryptobanking and financial platform. The IDEX API allows you to develop applications that support the implementation of Aurora trading platform. The API conveys requests and responses in JSON format.CryptoAPIs
107Waves PlatformWaves Platform is a provider of blockchain solutions for building trading platforms. The Waves Node API provides RESTful platform for implementing blockchain functionality in trading apps. Use the API to integrate a variety of functionalities including orders, transaction history, and balances.BlockchainAPIs
108Cex.ioCex.io is a cryptocurrency exchange platform. Integration of the Cex.io WebSocket API allows you to access real time notifications without sending extra requests. This expedites data transmission from the exchange.BlockchainAPIs
109CoingiThe Coingi Exchange allows you to integrate Coingi.com’s trading functions in your apps. The RESTful API provides endpoint for both public and private functions. It returns responses in JSON format.CryptoAPIs
110FlowBTCflowBTC is a Brazilian digital trading platform. The flowBTC API supports the integration of cryptocurrency trading functionality in applications. The API provides both Private and Public endpoints.CryptoAPIs
111ChangeNOWThe ChangeNOW Exchanger API allows applications to be integrated with cryptocurrency exchange services. Developers can easily integrate the system of cryptocurrency exchange with the API. 

ChangeNOW API has detailed technical documentation. It operates with HTTPS protocol and provides a number of methods for the queries to be placed and the responses to be returned for each operation. All the responses are delivered through JSON API format. ChangeNOW is a web platform created for the simple exchange of any cryptocurrency. To avoid identification and financial theft, users don’t need to register or leave personal information.
CryptoAPIs
112LiveCoinLiveCoin provides a simple interface, low-fee trading platform for accessing cryptocurrency trading markets. Use the LiveCoin Exchange API to integrate cryptocurrency and fiat money trading functionalities. It provides a variety of trading tools and supports bots trading and arbitrage. The RESTful API returns JSON-formatted responses.CryptoAPIs
113LykkeLykke is a Swiss provider of cryptocurrency trading solutions. The Lykke Trading API is used to access trading history, updated asset pairs, orders, and wallets. The API offers complete support for margin trading. JSON data is the preferred format for responses.CryptoAPIs
114CoinExCoinEx is a global digital coin exchange. The CoinEx API allows you to integrate cryptocurrency trading tools in your apps. It is a RESTful platform that conveys requests and responses in JSON format.CryptoAPIs
115PaymiumPaymium is a European Exchange market for digital assets. The Paymium API allows developers to extend the capabilities of the Paymium platform, from reading the latest ticker to automating trades with bots. The API returns responses in JSON format.CryptoAPIs
116Kuna ExchangeKuna Exchange is a Ukrainian cryptocurrency marketplace for Eastern Europe. Use the Kuna Exchange API to build applications that connect to the Kuna cryptocurrency trading platform.CryptoAPIs
117SouthXchangeSouthXchange is a currency management platform built and operated by PRO-Systems. The SouthXchange to integrate cryptocurrency trading functions for Bitcoin and other digital assets. The API returns JSON-formatted responses.CryptoAPIs
118Liqui ExchangeLiqui Exchange is a Ukraine-based cryptocurrency trading platform. The Liqui Exchange API allows you to build apps that connect to the cryptocurrency marketplace. Use the RESTful API to provide accessibility to trading functions such as tickers of currency pairs, active orders on different pairs, and latest trades of each pairs, among others.CryptoAPIs
119CoincheckCoincheck is Japan's largest Bitcoin exchange. The platform supports purchase payments, sales receipts, and lending transactions. The Coincheck Exchange API provides access to both public API and private API endpoints. 

Whereas the public API is useful for browsing order status and ordering books, the private API supports the creation and the canceling of new orders as well as the confirmation of account balance.
CryptoAPIs
120BitbayBitbay is a European trading platform for Bitcoin and digital currency. The Bitbay Private API provides API key-authenticated access to Bitbay’s currency trading functions. Establish a connection with the API by sending a POST request to its endpoint. Each request must have a method parameter.CryptoAPIs
121BiboxBibox is a Chinese digital asset exchange marketplace. The Bibox API provides a RESTful Access to the Bibox trading platform. The API conveys requests in URI Query String/CRUD format.CryptoAPIs
122CoinoneCoinone is South-Korea based cryptocurrency exchange platform. Use the Coinone API to integrate trading functionality for Bitcoin and Ethereum crypto currencies. The API supports JSON responses.CryptoAPIs
123NexchangeThe Nexchange API provides crypto currency exchange that includes Get Currencies, Get Pairs, Latest Ticker, Ticker History and more. NexchangeIO is a secure open source crypto to crypto exchange service for BTC - Bitcoin, LTC - Litecoin and ETH - Ethereum.CryptoAPIs
124ICO WatchThe ICO Watch List API in REST architecture offers a list of live, upcoming, and past initial coin offering (ICO) projects in the cryptocurrency space. Developers can access data generated by the ICO Watch List platform updated in real time.CryptoAPIs
125PolygonThe Polygon API returns JSON responses to get companies, trades, historic quotes, currencies, forex ticks, and currency trades data. Polygon streams stocks and market data in real-time.BlockchainAPIs
126KorbitThe Korbit is a South Korea-based Bitcoin exchange platform. The Korbit API allows developers to integrate the functionality for authenticating users, viewing filled and open order, complete KRW or BTC transfers, and capture all user transactions.CryptoAPIs
127MultiChainThe MultiChain API boasts "feeling at home" if you’re familiar with bitcoin. The API has maximal compatibility with Bitcoin Core, the reference client for the bitcoin network. As a fork of Bitcoin Core, MultiChain shares the following technical characteristics: Command-line arguments, Network protocol, JSON-RPC API, Transaction format, Script language, and Block format. 

The robust documentation offers basics of working with MultiChain such as: "How to create or connect to a blockchain", "Customizing your blockchain parameters and API commands for controlling MultiChain", as well as information about compatibility with Bitcoin Core.
BlockchainAPIs
128KaikoKaiko offers a suite of Bitcoin Price API with Global, USD, EUR and CNY indexes. Information is based on the prices of major exchanges and weighted by both volume and liquidity. Developers can price Bitcoin according to index data. API available via REST, websocket, and widgets. The price index can be consumed for free on Mashape Marketplace.CryptoAPIs
129BitbondBitbond is a Bitcoin lending system. This system works as an intermediary between Bitcoin investors and borrowers. The nature of cryptocurrencies allows for a global loan market. 

The Bitbond API is used to gain access to this peer-to-peer network, create an investment client, and obtain historical data about loans and borrowers. This API returns data in JSON format, and uses OAuth 2 for authentication.
CryptoAPIs
130CoinhillsCoinhills is a cryptocurrency and stock market index platform. It features a fully customizable dashboard, portfolio manager, and cryptocurrency news reader. Currency pairs are available as well. The CSPA (Coinhills Spot Price Average) Index API provides price data based on Coinhills' registered markets. This API returns data in JSON, and JSONP formats.CryptoAPIs
131CoinmapThe coinmap REST API allows developers to programmatically access a map of locations where popular cryptocurrencies - including Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Peercoin - are accepted. 

The data provided by this API is licensed under the Open Data Commons Open Database License (ODbL). Users are free to make use of the data as long as they credit coinmap and its contributors. Any projects or applications built with this data may only be distributed under the same license.
CryptoAPIs
132BlockonomicsThe Blockonomics API allows users to programmatically monitor transactions and balances for all of their public bitcoin addresses. These addresses can be labelled to help identify transactions. 

The API can also be used to add or update addresses to be monitored in Wallet Watcher. Blockonomics users can view graphs of past activity on their addresses and receive email notifications for transactions.
CryptoAPIs
133BlockCypherThe BlockCypher API allows to embed assets across blockchains. Protocols in JSON, REST, and HTTP. Endpoints available to generate asset address, issue asset, transfer asset, and list asset. BlockCypher is a block chain platform for powering cryptocurrency applications. Currently, BlockCypher supports Bitcoin, Bitcoin Testnet3, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and BlockCypher's Test Chain.CryptoAPIs
134ShapeShiftShapeShift is a digital currency exchange app. The API uses GET and POST requests over HTTPS with JSON to convert from one cryptocurrency to another and to take payment in Bitcoin (Overstock uses it for this purpose). Use ShapeShift to complete a transaction, request an email receipt, see a list of recent transactions, or return a list of supported coins.CryptoAPIs
135Vaultoro TradingThe Vaultoro Trading API allows developers to build third-party applications that allow their users to view their bitcoin and gold account balance, and to open buy or sell orders. This API also allows app end users to issue a buyorder or a sellorder, cancel a buyorder or a sellorder, and more. Vaultoro is a bitcoin gold exchange company.CryptoAPIs
136BitcoreMaintained by BitPay, Bitcore is an open source Node.js library for creating cross platform Bitcoin-enabled applications with a secure payment protocol and private key management. The Bitcore API allows a method of Bitcoin integration using JavaScript. The API specifically enables an app to access private or public keys, perform peer-to-peer cryptocurrency transactions, manage networks, handle and convert Bitcoin, and more.CryptoAPIs
137CoinprismCoinprism is a service that allows for the tokenization of cryptocurrency. Using Coinprism's Colored Coins, users are able to trade shares, bonds, and commodities without regulation by coloring BitCoin. Using the Coinprism Colored Coins API, developers can use GET & POST HTTP requests to issue colored coins, access a wallet to make a transaction, and return balances.CryptoAPIs
138BitcoinAverageBitcoinAverage is a cryptocurrency data service provider with the longest running Bitcoin price index since 2013. We integrate data from over 60 exchanges and 500+ Cryptocurrencies and tokens and provide it via one single API. CryptoAPIs
139RippleRipple was created to provide a free, open-source, payment service that exist without a central authority. It is open-source, almost free to use, an can pay out in an currency. The Ripple API allows users to integrate the Ripple payment system and platform into third-party projects.BlockchainAPIs

Conclusion

Before choosing the best crypto API, examine the documentation to understand what data is accessible, any rate-limiting difficulties, and your anticipated data consumption pricing. Some of these APIs include language-specific libraries that are officially supported to assist developers in getting started quickly.

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