CaaS – Crypto as a Service
- Withdrawal automation
- Identification of transactions w/ duplicated hash via OpenAPI
- Identification of transactions w/ duplicated hash on the funding file
- Identification of approver for each funding that has been approved
- Feature to export csv file with each user’s position denominated in BRL
- Feature to fetch historical prices for crypto
This release focused on expanding funding life-cycle automation. With just one click, you can now initiate an on-chain transfer to a designated address and approve it to update the ledger. This feature is coupled with the ability to identify the approver for each funding that has been approved, which enhances transparency and accountability.
We’ve also implemented identification for transactions with duplicated hash via OpenAPI and on the funding file. This minimizes the risk of errors and ensures accuracy.
Furthermore, we’ve added a new functionality that allows operators to export a CSV file with each user’s position denominated in BRL, which simplifies reporting and analysis.
Lastly, we’ve added a new feature that allows users to fetch historical prices for crypto via OpenAPI, providing valuable insights into past performance.
- User groups management
- Exchanges’ trade and transfer Open APIs
In order to keep improving our governance system on this release we have implemented a user group management tool. This tool allows customers to create, edit and remove user groups associated with the system's approval workflows.
To increase security, the user group management is governed by an approval workflow, which, by default, requires a quorum of 2 approvers from the Master group.
On this release, we have also made new additions to our Open APIs. On the last release, we enabled customers to consume the balance information from their connected counterparties, and now they can execute trades and command withdrawals on them as well via Open API.
- Litecoin (LTC) support
In this release, we added support for Litecoin. Litecoin is one of the most popular cryptocurrencies and shares many similarities with Bitcoin. Litecoin has faster confirmation times leading to improved transaction speed and is often used in payments use cases.