Block submission is now disabled.
The only PII that the Krist server stores is your IP address, User-Agent and Origin, as part of the webserver logs. This information is automatically purged after 30 days.
A lot of new features have been added to the Krist API starting in 2020. Here's a showcase of some of the new things!
The API URL has been changed to
Names have a new
transferred field that returns when they were last transferred to a new owner.
Names now store their original owner in the
original_owner field. Now you can check if they have been transferred by simply comparing these fields.
The Search API has been added. It can be used to find addresses, transactions, names and blocks that match a given search query.
Transactions now return the name and metaname they were originally sent to, via the
sent_metaname fields. Now you no longer have to parse the metadata!
/motd now returns a lot more info about the Krist node and its configuration. It also returns this for websockets when they first connect, via the
A new endpoint (/work/detailed) has been added to provide quick detailed information about when the block value will next decrease if a name has been recently purchased.
Transactions now return their type (e.g.
transfer) in the API.
Block submission now supports binary nonces, up to 24 bytes long.