The GDAX API integrates bitcoin into applications, in addition to financial services such as deposits, funds transfer, and payment methods. It is available in REST architecture with HTTP requests, JSON responses, and Api Key authentication. GDAX stands for global digital asset exchange.
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This sample source code are examples that use the official GDAX NodeJS client library to demonstrate quick and easy testing of GDAX API endpoints. The GDAX API provides access to a continuous first-come, first-serve order book. Orders are executed in price-time priority as received by the matching engine and includes; Funding, Margin Transfer, Position, Deposits, Withdrawals and more. GDAX is a Global Digital Asset Exchange that offers the ability to trade digital currencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and more on a regulated U.S. based exchange.
The GDAX Ruby Sample Code by GDAX demonstrates API access to streaming market data, implementing account history, and integrating amount reporting into web services. It includes initialization, methods, and parameters.