Changes to the WebSocket API

Dear developers,

We’ll be making changes in our WebSocket API in the week beginning 10 October.
We’ll remove the crypto_config object from the website_status response. You’ll need to use the new WebSocket method, crypto_config as a replacement.

Please use the new method to get the cryptocurrencies configurations.

Before the change
“website_status:”

{
    "website_status" : {
        "api_call_limits" : {...},
        "clients_country" : …,
        "crypto_config" : {
            "BTC" : {
                "minimum_withdrawal" : …
            }
         },
        "currencies_config" : {...},
        "mt5_status" : {...},
        "payment_agents" : {...},
        "site_status" : …,
        "supported_languages" :  [...],
        "terms_conditions_version" : …
    }
}

After the change
“website_status:”

{
    "website_status" : {
        "api_call_limits" : {...},
        "clients_country" : …,
        "currencies_config" : {...},
        "mt5_status" : {...},
        "payment_agents" : {...},
        "site_status" : …,
        "supported_languages" :  [...],
        "terms_conditions_version" : …
    }
}

crypto_config call example:
Request:

{
    "crypto_config" : 1
}

Response:

{
    "crypto_config" : {
        "currencies_config" : {
            "BTC" : {
                "minimum_withdrawal" : …
            }
        }
    }
}

Please make the necessary changes to your code.
If you have any questions, contact us at [email protected]
Thank you.

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