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Changelog – January

In January, we kicked off 2021 by adding new features to track your customers and volumes, including our new Sell transaction dashboard, so you can easily measure your growth! We also made improvements to the widget asset listing to help make the customer's purchase journey as seamless as possible.

5 Feb 2021by Elise Messerli

Changelog – January

In January, we kicked off 2021 by adding new features to track your customers and volumes, including our new Sell transaction dashboard, so you can easily measure your growth! We also made improvements to the widget asset listing to help make the customer's purchase journey as seamless as possible.  

More tracking options

We’ve started 2021 with unprecedented volumes, in no small part thanks to our wonderful partners! As we grow together, we want to ensure our partners have all the tools needed to manage customers’ orders, via our API.

Here are the latest endpoints we’ve added:

Increased Level 1 KYC limits

In line with our mission to make crypto accessible to everyone, we’ve increased the amount of assets a customer can buy within our Level 1 KYC limits. Customers who are non-US residents can now buy up to 100 euros of assets a day (up from 50 euros), and up to 150 euros a month. Find out more about our purchase limits here.

Your Sell transactions at a glance

Alongside our existing Buy transactions dashboard, partners can now toggle over to our new Sell transactions dashboard. This uses easy-to-read graphs and charts to present an overview of your crypto sales, including daily and monthly volumes, number of active customers, bestselling assets and latest transactions.

To make the purchasing process as frictionless as possible, we’ve tweaked the widget to further guide the customer towards a successful transaction. If you don’t pass a `currencyCode` to your widget via the query parameters, we will display BTC to the customer by default. The customer will still be able to choose a different asset from our drop-down list of currencies.

Meanwhile, although our drop-down list is organized alphabetically, we’ve added a section at the top that highlights our bestselling coins. Remember: you can always customize your own default currency, and more, by using the query parameters.

New cryptocurrencies added

We’ve added Nimiq (NIM), which can be purchased by all customers except US residents. To customize the assets on the widget, go to your account settings page.

Welcome, Connecticut!

Lastly, we’ve added support for Connecticut, bringing us to service 47 out of the 50 US states. The complete list of territories we support is here.