BTC-e provides an online tool that allows users to freely trade Bitcoins for a number of different currencies worldwide. The BTC-e API allows users to get information about the user's current balance, API key privileges, number of transactions, the number of open orders, and server time. An account is required with service, BTC-e accepts REST calls and returns JSON, and uses SSL for authentication.
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The BTC-e Java library by Bryan Waters aims to simplify the BTC-e bitcoin exchange with less dependencies. Its goal are easy use and effortless integration. BTC-e is known as a cryptocurrency business. Customers can trade Bitcoins, Litecoins, and Namecoins for Dollars, Euros, and Rubles. In addition to this library, users need the Google Gson library to convert JSON format to Java language.