The timestamp is a way to track time as a running total of seconds. Unix second timestamps use January 1st, 1970 at UTC as a starting point, and so correspond to the number of seconds between this date and a particular date and time. To convert the time into a Unix timestamp, you can use any online timestamp converter.
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- How can I generate an API key?
- How can I get data from a specific exchange?
- What is the caching rate of the API?
- When I call the price-multi endpoint, is this counted as 1 API call, or as 1 call per pair?
- The values on my API calls are different from those on the website charts.
- What is a timestamp and how can I convert the time into a timestamp?
- How can I download the API data into an Excel file?
- How do you calculate the coin price?
- How do you calculate the Market Cap?
- What time zone does your API uses?