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Bithumb is a South Korean-based cryptocurrency exchange that was founded in 2013. It is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world by trading volume, and it offers a wide range of cryptocurrencies for trading. In addition to its trading platform, Bithumb also offers other services such as a mobile app and an API for developers.

Bithumb’s API (Application Programming Interface) allows developers to integrate Bithumb’s trading platform into their own applications. This can be useful for developers who want to build their own trading bots or other applications that rely on real-time trading data. Bithumb’s API is available in two different versions: v1 and v2. The v1 API has been deprecated and is no longer recommended for use, while the v2 API is the current version and is actively maintained.

Bithumb’s API provides a variety of endpoints for accessing different types of data. For example, developers can use the “ticker” endpoint to get the latest price information for a particular cryptocurrency, or they can use the “orderbook” endpoint to get information about the current buy and sell orders for a particular cryptocurrency. There are also endpoints for placing orders, canceling orders, and getting information about past trades.

Bithumb’s API is built using the REST (Representational State Transfer) architecture, which is a common way to build web-based APIs. The API is designed to be easy to use and well-documented, which makes it accessible to developers with a range of experience levels.

One of the key features of Bithumb’s API is its security protocols. Bithumb takes security very seriously and has implemented a number of measures to protect its users’ assets. For example, Bithumb uses a multi-layered security system that includes both hardware and software-based security measures. This includes things like SSL encryption, two-factor authentication, and cold storage for user funds.

Bithumb also requires developers to follow certain guidelines when using its API. For example, developers must use API keys to authenticate their requests, and they must limit the number of requests they make to the API to prevent overloading the system. Bithumb also provides guidelines for how to handle errors and handle rate limiting.

In addition to its API, Bithumb also offers a mobile app that allows users to trade cryptocurrencies on the go. The app is available for both iOS and Android devices, and it offers a range of features such as real-time price updates, order placement, and transaction history.

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