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r/IOTAmarkets

Welcome to IOTAmarkets! -- IOTA is a quantum-resistant distributed ledger protocol launched in 2015, focused on being useful for the emerging m2m economy of Internet-of-Things (IoT), data integrity, micro-/nano- payments, and anywhere else a scalable decentralized system is warranted. IOTA uniquely offers zero fees, no scaling limitations, and decentralized consensus where users are also validators. The digital currency 'iota' has a fixed money supply with zero inflationary cost.
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Deribit markets added, Z-score, Share themes in chat

Deribit markets added, Z-score, Share themes in chat
Read this on the Cryptowatch Changelog.
Deribit perpetual futures and expiring futures (quarterly) for Bitcoin and Ethereum can now be watched on Cryptowatch.
We’ve added the Z-score analysis tool, available in the Analysis menu on the Charts page. This tool measures the distance in price from a mean value, stated in terms of standard deviations.
Lastly, you can now share themes in chat. Sending a theme in chat lets other traders copy or instantly apply the theme.

Deribit markets added

Cryptowatch charts of Deribit perpetual futures and expiring futures (quarterly) for Bitcoin and Ethereum are now available to view. Check out Deribit's BTC/USD Perpetual Futures market.
https://preview.redd.it/6v55a4qppva51.png?width=3328&format=png&auto=webp&s=76379f7400e6a3005d82382a92dc79ff7b9eee55

Z-Score Indicator

The Z-Score indicator measures the distance in price from a mean value, stated in terms of standard deviations. Select it from the Analysis menu, and use the “More info” button there to learn more about how to use Z-score.
https://preview.redd.it/ifibxnospva51.png?width=2478&format=png&auto=webp&s=3cea54ce839858fa284e5fb299ef787575f90684

Share themes in chat

Traders can now send their color themes to each other in the trollbox. To send a theme, open the settings menu (cogwheel, top-right of the page), select the theme to share, click “Copy”, then paste it in the chat box. Hit send, and everyone in the chat can choose to copy your theme or apply it to their terminal immediately.
https://preview.redd.it/7vrgdagwpva51.png?width=675&format=png&auto=webp&s=b3ab4c324fa6cdd18156e767024590d391b9b9a7
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Removed comments/submissions for /u/OverLeveraged14

Hi OverLeveraged14, you're not shadowbanned, but 97 of your most recent 105 comments/submissions were removed (either automatically or by human moderators).

Comments:

ft8ds4z in CryptoCurrency on 07 Jun 20 (1pts):
bitcoin relies 100% on confirmation bias. everyone yells ''its amazing'' because they're financially biased, but they dont actually believe it. they just hope someone will pump their bags. to me the...
frm76ad in Crypto_com on 24 May 20 (1pts):
simply put, they dont support canadian banking and canadian dollars. at least yet. might change when they add debit card for canada since i would assume that will be denominated in CAD but i could...
frkvb1u in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
eth has a 5x premium on greyscale, i just dont understand how anyone can accept that lol. https://i.imgur.com/eeXlo9H.png
frkloxd in Crypto_com on 23 May 20 (1pts):
keep calm and eat jellybeans.
frkiibm in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
bitcoin answer to this is ''but store of value bruhh''
frkfuy6 in Crypto_com on 23 May 20 (1pts):
you can use it to go 1.5x leverage. loan 5k, buy btc, btc goes up, sell 5k worth and keep the difference. free real estate bruh! just kidding, leverage is dangerous :)
frk8jee in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
Zcoin, its an establish coin that's been around for a while, has some interesting stuff happening this year but mainly just looking at the chart is enough for me to take the risk. bought a...
frk6eir in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
beware of POS coins in general. it doesnt matter if you make 100% if the coin goes down 90%, you still lose 80% of your money. its fine to prefer pos over pow if you dont care about the security as...
frk5z26 in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
im sure Kenyans love paying half their wealth in fees.
frk5mht in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
fwiw, there's a loser on each side of a trade.
frk5hn6 in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
here's a little tip, if a coin has a sub coin to pay fees, its garbage.
frk5cdn in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
haaa yes, the indicators that rewrite themselves to make it look like they called the shots
frk4pia in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
i like cryptowatch. has standard list but also has charts and a few other useful views like this. https://cryptowat.ch/cards/assets also has a bunch of other...
frk2zzv in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
i cant wait for 1000sat/byte as a standard when btc hits 100k$! its gon be great! i really dont care if 90% of my paycheck vanishes in a transaction fee cause ill hodl till i die! i already threw...
frjwzk9 in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
well, at least he's not shilling a scam this time i guess?
frjvori in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
people didnt expect that kind of bull run in 2016, at least no that i remember. there was some hype early on in 2017, specially because of ETH, i still cant tel wheter or not btc rode on eth's...
frjt8r7 in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
eth by far. bitcoin is racing towards a dead end and everyone knows it but choose to ignore it and scream moon all day long. its sad but true bitcoin cant sustain anymore growth and there's no plan...
frjr53k in technology on 23 May 20 (1pts):
how about let it fucking sink so it can be bought for a penny on the dollar? only thing this system is doing is promoting irresponsible business management because ''why take precautions or innovate...
frjq6q8 in technology on 23 May 20 (1pts):
the best way to make you gmail inbox safer is to use protonmail instead haha.
frjg2ez in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
i can attest to this. i did a piece that shows how 4mb block would HELP bitcoin adoption AND decentralization and was banned for promoting BCH, which i havent talked about once in all of my...
frjfwao in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
no, its means goldman needs a conference call to tel investors not to buy bitcoin.
frjfehq in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
proof of funds is the scummiest bullshit ever created. allows institutions to literally steal money from legitimate users who cant provide a proof. its easy for freshly earned money now that we know...
frjbtml in CryptoCurrency on 23 May 20 (1pts):
it doesnt really matter how much the fed prints, because it wont leave the fed without someone taking the loans, and nobody wants a loan right now. theses funds mainly exist in order to prevent the...
frgj543 in politics on 22 May 20 (1pts):
why? its not like he has issues routing a billion dollars of public funds over to Ukraine.
frggmty in CryptoCurrency on 22 May 20 (1pts):
''in a nutshell'' dont hang out in bitcoin or btc, bitcoin has gestapo mods and btc is salt all day long.
frfp692 in WhitePeopleTwitter on 22 May 20 (1pts):
just go gamble 100x till you make it, ez.
frfoe8c in LifeProTips on 22 May 20 (1pts):
Discord my friend, Discord.
free9l1 in CryptoCurrency on 22 May 20 (1pts):
hahaha, no.
fredual in CryptoCurrency on 22 May 20 (1pts):
dw bout it, everyone pays to learn in this space. some later than others. better take your loses early on rather than get your illusion of success shattered down the road.
frdpvm8 in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
all you had to do is claim you hex, for free. if you dont pay for something, how are you getting scammed? you have no clue who gave him that eth, for what purpose, and if they're okay with him...
frdo9tl in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
lets be honest, sending them to an exchange that has ''Fren with justin sun'' written all over it was not exactly his most genius moment.
frde4ag in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
folding is great but it honestly pisses me off at the same time. there is so much spare computing power owned by american companies and almost all of it is never put to use for folding, it should be...
frddkuy in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
''investing'' in crypto is honestly the wrong way to think about it. gambling is a much better term. at best you're all in on btc and you're hedging against fiat inflation, at worst you buy any...
frdcffn in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
that explains why you know nothing about it.
frdaz60 in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
doubtful. negative interest rates in a deflationary environment wont be a big deal. yall really seem to misunderstand how good the USD is at fucking you over. keep believing hyperinflation is gonna...
frdantd in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
you havent seen nothing yet my man. 2017 had fees up to 100$. its gonna happen again.
frcveyn in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
considering he thinks bitmex sells trader's fund on spot after they place a trade, its fair to say this guy doesnt know anything about anything.
frcn75e in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
this is the dumbest article ever made on crypto.
frcmmkz in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
you're an idiot.
frcgfqm in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
while i agree that bitcoin sucks as it is and needs a block size increase (4mb would be perfect for now and wouldnt change a damn thing about decentralization) bsv is garbage and bch too.
frcg7pc in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
those 3 pools are also made of thousands of individuals. its not the pools' hashrate. if they start messing with the network, that hashrate will leave fast as fuck.
frc3yb5 in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
yet only 5mil in liquidity. useless network.
frbyhp0 in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
btc blocks should be 4mb-8mb right now to keep in line with technological advancement since the 1mb block limit was implemented. prove me wrong. ill debate anyone. and before you ask, im a btc...
frbxj5j in CryptoCurrency on 21 May 20 (1pts):
opening the pandora's box for market manipulation is a bad thing for wallstreet. these's patterns are not exclusive to crypto, at all, and ''trapping'' and stop hunts has been done for decades. this...
fr8anz5 in CryptoCurrency on 20 May 20 (1pts):
honestly wouldnt be surprised. btc isnt going anywhere without scaling and ln is a cluster fuck for adoption.
fr64v2n in Bitcoin on 19 May 20 (1pts):
rofl.
fr64mko in Bitcoin on 19 May 20 (1pts):
this is software or 3rd parties trapping people into having to use those fees.
fr649wf in CryptoCurrency on 19 May 20 (1pts):
that company is a fucking leech regardless how you look at it. trying to make itself relevant by attacking others. they arent doing anyone but themselves a favor. you can hate on XRP just as much as...
fr62m0n in Bitcoin on 19 May 20 (1pts):
this is absolute garbage propaganda to assume that nodes would drop out rather than upgrade. im so fucking tired of people pretending like buying a 400$ computer to run a node is a problem but...
fr61jya in Bitcoin on 19 May 20 (1pts):
supply is 18million, not 900/day. there's plenty to buy from. also if you are talking about paul tudor jones, he didnt buy a single bitcoin and said so himself that he would only be playing futures...
fr60yqv in Bitcoin on 19 May 20 (1pts):
store of value is NOT a use case, and bitcoin is NOT widely adopted.
fr5yqcw in Bitcoin on 19 May 20 (1pts):
" not really looking for financial advice " maybe you should.
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Bitfinex Margin Trading, COVID-19 Country Data, Cancel all Alerts

Bitfinex Margin Trading, COVID-19 Country Data, Cancel all Alerts
Read this on the Cryptowatch Changelog.
Cryptowatch has introduced margin trading for all Bitfinex pairs that support leverage. We've updated our alerts service, adding a Cancel all feature that lets you clear alerts across all markets. On our COVID-19 tracker, you can now sort all data by country, view the chart with either a linear or logarithmic axis, and switch between daily and total data.
The Cryptowatch Marketing team also recently posted a comprehensive reading list from our very own The Dude, who spent over a decade yelling and screaming in the NYMEX and COMEX trading pits, as well as an interview with @lowstrife and a report on Bitcoin spot market growth.

Bitfinex Margin Trading Enabled

Bitfinex margin pairs now have their available leverage options in the trading form:
https://preview.redd.it/d16o64etprz41.png?width=359&format=png&auto=webp&s=938126c61c1ba01acf61bd4bde76d4c4269e0e64
We’ve also added a refresh button in the top-right of the trading form that will re-synchronize Cryptowatch to the market’s exchange. The trade settings menu is also conveniently relocated to the top-right corner of the trading form as well:
https://preview.redd.it/yddyz2vxprz41.png?width=359&format=png&auto=webp&s=e645d3c7ecb5a8c6054c58a211a032870907c747

COVID-19

You can now view more detailed data on the COVID-19 page. The changes we’ve implemented are as follows:
  • Added log scale to the COVID-19 chart
  • Tracker can now be sorted by country, or as aggregated values (all COVID-19 data)
  • Refreshing the page defaults to the daily view
  • Now you can change the compared asset from BTC to:
    • ETH
    • USDT
    • XTZ
    • XRP
    • BCH
https://preview.redd.it/r2481qg2qrz41.png?width=1172&format=png&auto=webp&s=b7aafae5c1eee22aa98f502de68d517f89bb59a4

Cancel all alerts

We’ve added a Cancel all button to the alerts menu and the trade-settings menu so you can clean your slate quickly and easily:
https://preview.redd.it/5355j7f6qrz41.png?width=538&format=png&auto=webp&s=1b758165e8f3cdc070254e6beb5a9eee77c90f7b

Markets Navigator

In the markets navigator, you can now sort markets by:
  • Performance
  • Number of Pairs
  • Alphabetical order
  • Volume
Each of these sorting parameters can be listed in ascending or descending value using the button left of the drop-down menu:
https://preview.redd.it/skk59qd9qrz41.png?width=853&format=png&auto=webp&s=a3ebf6d6444caa08b3b3cbfb7320806c0bad0dee

Portfolio positions

You can now track your open positions across all exchanges from the Portfolio tab. Navigate to the Positions tab for an at-at-glance view of your open trades. Clicking on a position in the list will open its summary. From there you can use the View chart button to go directly to that market's chart.
https://preview.redd.it/ighohibjqrz41.png?width=777&format=png&auto=webp&s=650d83c8a83a34c4b125d60c4735321f1abc9f96
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Don't be stupid like me...

TL:DR - If you believe in bitcoin, just buy and hodl, if you don't, don't. Leave buying and selling to the professional day traders. For the main point, jump to last two paragraphs.
Edit: this post is less about the philosophy of what bitcoin is/should be, and more a slightly inebriated rant about addiction and how it can ruin your financial goals.
Post 2x cancellation Edit: I deleted all my bitcoin checker apps, so I didn't see the news til literally 10 minutes ago. My heart is racing right now. Trying to get my mind back, but I'm having a hard time. Thinking about how I could have made a couple hundred dollars. "If only I had been watching the news" "If only I had sold at 7800" This is what a gambling addiction looks like my friends. I'm watching the price as we speak, I almost panic sold at 7000, 20 minutes ago. The price is now back up to 7300. Nope, 7350. I am confident in bitcoin's value. I am confident that after the speculators are done with their crap the price will re-stabilize. I am confident that the blocksize will be increased in the future by a majority consensus that we can all agree to. Yup and after I finished typing, it's back at 7400, where it was yesterday night. Unless there is a governmental crackdown, nothing about my view of bitcoin's future has changed. Could some of us have made a quick buck just now? Yes. Could even more of us lost a ton of bitcoin through poor timing? Absolutely. Most likely, someone did. Determine your investments based on the long term.
3rd edit: I know this thread is dead, but this is mostly for me. If I sold at gemini's high of 7950 and bought back in at the low of 7050, I still would have only made back a couple hundredths of a bitcoin (i know you should never say how much you have online, but that should only tell you how little i have :P). That couple hundredths of a bitcoin is still less than how much I've lost from trading.
Original Post: I'm posting this because I just had a big hodl wake-up-call and hopefully this story will be useful to someone out there with an addictive personality. (I know the rest of you will just think I'm a big idiot and you'd be right)
I first heard of bitcoin perhaps 4 years ago from a friend but had just graduated with no money, so I forgot about it until he brought it back up last Christmas, and again in June before the large jump. I had gone back to grad school 2 years ago, so I once again had very little saved up, but after the jump to 4000USD/bitcoin, i thought, enough is enough, and put in a small amount to buy a fraction of a bitcoin. I freaked out as the price started to drop back down, but I had read a lot, enough to convince me that Bitcoin's worth is not just in the dollar cost, but in it's usefulness as a future currency and store of value. I tried to hodl as best I could, but eventually when it dropped back to 4000USD I couldn't take it and sold my bitcoin. I kept looking at the price though and every time it jumped up, I would change my mind and buy back in.
I eventually decided that I did believe that bitcoin's value would increase til 10,000, so I kept transferring more paychecks into my exchange and bought more bitcoin, but by this time I was obsessed with trying to beat the market, and was doing a lot of reading on investopedia.com and constantly buying and selling.
During the recent drop from 7500 to 7000, I was sure I would be able to time my buys perfectly, and made a bunch of charts and looked at all the points of resistance and support. I messed up a couple times at the beginning, but by the end of the downtrend, I had increased my bitcoin by 2%, which I thought was pretty good. Then, even though I could tell that crazy market support was keeping bitcoin from dropping below 7000, I thought that even the slightest possibility that it would drop below support would cause a huge crash to 6800. I walked away for about 20 minutes to do some school stuff and then by the time I came back it had risen to 7200. I had lost all of the day's gains and then some. Bought back in.
A lot of people have been telling me recently that I've been stuck on my phone and pc and that I was addicted to looking at bitcoin. That and my recent flub prompted me to actually evaluate how much bitcoin value I had. I had a pretty good feeling in the back of my mind that I had lost way more than I earned, but I had no idea how much because of the fact that I had deposited money into the exchange so often that I couldn't tell just by looking at the balance. I added up all the bank transfers I had made and the amount I had added to my exchange was....equal to the amount I currently had. Plus about 20 dollars or so. WHAT?!? I knew that although I started when Bitcoin was worth around 4000USD, I would only be up maybe 15% of the total USD I bought with, since I had been buying incrementally up til now. Therefore only the initial deposit should have increased by 80% and the rest would have gone up 60%, 40%, 20%, 10%, etc, depending on when I bought it. However, I didn't expect to only be up by 1% or so...
So what happened? Thinking back, there were a lot of times when I was absentmindedly on cryptowatch.ch during class or while studying, or even during working out and gaming. I know there were a lot of times I did a panic trade during those moments, but I was cognizant of the fact that most impulse buys are wrong and one of the worst ways to trade, but I thought I had it mostly under control. Besides, I was sure I remembered more times when I made the correct decision than times when I didn't. After doing the math, it was clear that I was wrong more than I was right, but IT STILL DIDN'T add up. I wasn't wrong THAT often. The math told me that yes, I would have only been up 9% instead of 15%, but that's still more than...1%. Then I thought about the transaction fee. I really didn't think that could have been it, because I picked an exchange with 0.25% fee, way lower than coinbase or many of the other exchanges. And besides, no way I could have made that many trades right??
So I went through my transaction history...and found page...after page...after page...of completed trades. Most of them I couldn't even remember having done. 78 COMPLETED transactions in the last 3 months. I totaled up my trading volume and found that I bought and sold a volume that was 37 times the amount of bitcoin I had. THIRTY SEVEN TIMES. I traded a volume 3700% what I actually have. 0.25% of 3700% is 9.25%. THAT is where my money went.
So, lessons learned: 1. I'm not a good day tradeyou can't trade absentmindedly if you're a scrub with no experience. 2. I lost more money just from the act of trading itself 3. I have an addictive personality. For me it was no difference than someone hitting the slots. 4. I could have done more/earned more money/lived my life with the time I wasted on trying to beat the market.
Ironically, lesson 4 is EXACTLY word for word what I told my brother when he started becoming interested in Bitcoin a couple months back.
If you're someone who a) isn't an idiot and can make good trade or b) isn't an idiot and can hodl, you can laugh, I deserve it. For the rest of you who are like me, I know you're out there. We're the reason the market moves the way it does, we're the idiots who keep freaking out and causing those huge dips. If you believe that long term Bitcoin is an amazing commodity, then buy and just hold or use it as a currency. If you don't believe in it, then don't buy it. Don't sell unless you firmly change your mind about Bitcoin's long term outcome.
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I overlaid Bitcoin Prices with 'Buy Bitcoin' Google Search Trends

Graphs here: http://imgur.com/DqVIPrn
First I downloaded the data from Google (keyword = 'Buy Bitcoin') and Cryptowatch. As Google results is relative and not absolute search volume, I had to normalise both data sets so that both the prices and searches fall between 0 to 1. In this way, you can see who follows who.
From just observing the graph, I found that search trends surprisingly follow prices. However, it contained a lot of noise so I smoothed it by calculating the 7 Day Moving Average. As you can see, search follows closely to Prices. However, it tends to overreact when the prices are dropping and rises too fast before the price rises.
I also did a quick analysis and found out that lagging the search by 14 days is a significant variable (p-value = 0.002) whereas any other lag is not significant.
If search trends are true, then we should experience higher prices soon! #tothemoon
Thoughts?
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BTCWars v1.10.1

BTCWars v1.10.1

Screenshot

URL: http://dave.freeinforadar.ch/btcwars
Donations: bc1qdqunvewz22aqsdwnt2f944hampu6lppz9q6074

You can find older posts here: https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/9yqdk8/as_the_bloodbath_continue_i_have_coded_a_btcwars/

v1.10.1
- Returned to Bitfinex as datasource
v1.10
- Changed data source to Binance - BTCUSDT as Bitstamp has low trade volume level
- Added COMBO effect for large trades
- Added current value in the titlebar
v.1.09
- Changed data source to Bitfinex - BTCUSD as Cryptowatch removed the trade id field
- Changed data fetching algorithm
v1.08
- added order disappear effect
- enhanced explosions behavior
- modified mouse indicator style
- modified front line movement
- intense code refactoring
v1.07.1
- minor bug fixes
v1.07
- Embedded audio effects as base64 data in javascript
v1.06
- modified trades log background effect
- added mobile device support
v1.05
- enhanced explosion effects
- added a game end
- added a new looking GUI
v1.04
- enhanced orders rendering code
- added upgrade / downgrade symbols
- minor bug fixes
v1.03
- frame rate 24 fps
- tanks weight, bigger is slower - as requested by Reddit user dpc_pw
- added menu bar
- added segwit address - as requested by multiple Reddit users
- centrer trade log move as the front-line
- changed computing of explosion's X position
- enhanced trades history behaviour
v1.02
- first public release


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Sound Alerts No Longer Work in Chrome

Recently, sound alerts stopped working in Chrome (they still fire and show the dialog, but no sound is emitted). They still work fine in Firefox.
Turns out this is not specific to Cryptowatch (Bitcoin Wisdom is broken as well). It's a result of a recent change made in Chrome relating to autoplay of audio/video content. Looks like the initialization of the sound alerts will need to be changed to accommodate the new default settings.
Details:
The AudioContext was not allowed to start. It must be resume (or created) after a user gesture on the page. https://goo.gl/7K7WLu value @ marketview.bundle.afbce85ddded49eb92c5.js:formatted:30290
 key: "_setupAPIs", value: function() { this.availableAPIs.nativeNotification = v && "granted" === v.permission; var e = window.AudioContext || window.webkitAudioContext || window.mozAudioContext || window.oAudioContext; void 0 !== e ? (this.availableAPIs.nativeAudio = !0, this.audioContext = new e, // Error caused by line above 
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CoinTools: a set of command-line tools and Ruby libs for checking cryptocurrency prices on CoinMarketCap etc.

Link: https://github.com/mackuba/cointools
I've been building some tools for myself since January to automate some work around crypto trading. One thing I needed was a way to quickly check the price of a given coin right now or in the past ("what was the price of BTC on Kraken last Monday when I made that purchase/sale?"), either manually when I'm updating some spreadsheets, or as a part of some larger script. Previously I'd usually do this manually, opening CoinMarketCap/Bitcoinity/Cryptowatch, finding the right date and reading the value from the chart, but it was pointless work that added up to quite a lot of time, so it seemed like a perfect thing to automate by connecting to these sites' APIs. (Of course it kind went like this: https://www.xkcd.com/1319/ since I probably spent way more time building this than I saved...)
So far I've added support for 3 price APIs: CMC, Cryptowat.ch and CoinCap.io, and I'm not really planning to add any more at this point since this covers everything I need: CMC lists every coin possible, Cryptowat.ch has past prices for most major coins on major exchanges with pretty good precision, and CoinCap.io has past prices for more coins but with worse precision.
 
All 3 can be used in two ways:
 
1. From the command line:
> cmcap bitcoin bitcoin @ 2018-07-12 16:52:37 +0200 ==> 6201.51 USD 
You can add -q to get just the value, if you want to pass it further to other commands:
> cmcap bitcoin -q | sed -e 's/\./,/' >> stats.csv 
For Cryptowatch and CoinCap you can also check historical prices (the precision usually decreases the further you go in the past, but it should usually be good enough):
> cryptowatch kraken btceur "2017-12-27 9:30" kraken:btceur @ 2017-12-27 09:00:00 +0100 ==> 13562.4 EUR 
CoinMarketCap doesn't currently have a public API that lets you check prices in the past.
 
  1. If you know Ruby, you can make all the same calls from code, and some more - e.g. for CMC there's a method to download all coins on the site sorted by rank.
    require 'cointools'
    cw = CoinTools::Cryptowatch.new result = cw.get_price('kraken', 'btceur', Time.new(2017, 12, 1)) puts result.price
    cmc = CoinTools::CoinMarketCap.new cmc.get_all_prices.first(10).each { |c| p [c.symbol, c.usd_price] }
 
Hopefully someone will find these tools useful :)
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Changelog] - 9/25/2018 - Market Shortcuts and Charting Additions

[Changelog] - 9/25/2018 - Market Shortcuts and Charting Additions:

9/25/18

 

New Features: Market Shortcuts on Home page

 

New Features: Charting Additions:

 
 

Updates:

 
 
 

Fixes:

 

Notes:

Bug reports, suggestions, and questions are welcome
 
Sign up for a free two week trial of Cryptowatch by clicking here.
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CoinTools: a set of command-line tools and Ruby libs for checking coin prices on CoinMarketCap etc.

Link: https://github.com/mackuba/cointools
I've been building some tools for myself since January to automate some work around crypto trading. One thing I needed was a way to quickly check the price of a given coin right now or in the past ("what was the price of BTC on Kraken last Monday when I made that purchase/sale?"), either manually when I'm updating some spreadsheets, or as a part of some larger script. Previously I'd usually do this manually, opening CoinMarketCap/Bitcoinity/Cryptowatch, finding the right date and reading the value from the chart, but it was pointless work that added up to quite a lot of time, so it seemed like a perfect thing to automate by connecting to these sites' APIs. (Of course it kind went like this: https://www.xkcd.com/1319/ since I probably spent way more time building this than I saved...)
So far I've added support for 3 price APIs: CMC, Cryptowat.ch and CoinCap.io, and I'm not really planning to add any more at this point since this covers everything I need: CMC lists every coin possible, Cryptowat.ch has past prices for most major coins on major exchanges with pretty good precision, and CoinCap.io has past prices for more coins but with worse precision.
 
All 3 can be used in two ways:
 
1. From the command line:
> cmcap bitcoin bitcoin @ 2018-07-12 16:52:37 +0200 ==> 6201.51 USD 
You can add -q to get just the value, if you want to pass it further to other commands:
> cmcap bitcoin -q | sed -e 's/\./,/' >> stats.csv 
For Cryptowatch and CoinCap you can also check historical prices (the precision usually decreases the further you go in the past, but it should usually be good enough):
> cryptowatch kraken btceur "2017-12-27 9:30" kraken:btceur @ 2017-12-27 09:00:00 +0100 ==> 13562.4 EUR 
CoinMarketCap doesn't currently have a public API that lets you check prices in the past.
 
  1. If you know Ruby, you can make all the same calls from code, and some more - e.g. for CMC there's a method to download all coins on the site sorted by rank.
    require 'cointools'
    cw = CoinTools::Cryptowatch.new result = cw.get_price('kraken', 'btceur', Time.new(2017, 12, 1)) puts result.price
    cmc = CoinTools::CoinMarketCap.new cmc.get_all_prices.first(10).each { |c| p [c.symbol, c.usd_price] }
 
Hopefully someone will find these tools useful :)
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Cryptowatch Trading Platform

I’m proud to say that Cryptowatch is growing up today. We’ve released a big update which transforms our service from a read-only charting platform into a functional trading platform. For now it’s compatible with 4 exchanges: Bitfinex, Bitstamp, BTC-e, and Kraken. We will soon be adding more.
The goal behind Cryptowatch has always been to build the best trading software we can. Traders generally use separate software for charting and order execution. This is clunky and makes you keep a lot of stuff in your head. We think merging the two makes a lot of sense. So we started with charts, and now we’re taking the next step. We think we've designed an interface that makes trading more intuitive, consistent, and fun.
Some demos:
This new part of the product is a paid extension. We're pricing it at $30/month. It's free to try for 14 days with no payment information required. And of course we accept Bitcoin.
We're launching it with spot trading support only; margin trading is not possible yet. Adding margin trading is basically the next thing on our list. It will require some extra work on the UI.
These new features are completely optional; you don’t have to keep it open if you just want to use our charts the same way as before. We haven’t removed anything from the free charting service.
There are also more minor updates:
As usual, this release was tested thoroughly but I’m sure there are still bugs. Please report them when you see them: PM me here or email [email protected]. We will be fixing things as soon as they come up.
On a more personal note, now that we’re opening ourselves up as a business I think it’s important to understand who we are. Cryptowatch is built by a very small software company based in New York. We’ve chosen to remain completely bootstrapped (no venture capital) so our operating costs are very low and we don’t have to answer to any outside pressure. We’ve chosen to keep our business model simple: sell good software to people who value it. Pay for our product and in return we will give you the best trading experience we can. We will never hassle you with ads or sell your data to outside parties. We just want to make good software.
Thanks! Happy Labor Day.
Artur
Founder, Cryptowatch
——
tl;dr: you can now trade on several exchanges using Cryptowatch. It’s an intuitive, visual, fun way to trade. It’s $30/month, free to try for 14 days (no payment info required up-front).
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CoinTools: a set of command-line tools and Ruby libs for checking cryptocurrency prices on CoinMarketCap etc.

Link: https://github.com/mackuba/cointools
I've been building some tools for myself since January to automate some work around crypto trading. One thing I needed was a way to quickly check the price of a given coin right now or in the past ("what was the price of BTC on Kraken last Monday when I made that purchase/sale?"), either manually when I'm updating some spreadsheets, or as a part of some larger script. Previously I'd usually do this manually, opening CoinMarketCap/Bitcoinity/Cryptowatch, finding the right date and reading the value from the chart, but it was pointless work that added up to quite a lot of time, so it seemed like a perfect thing to automate by connecting to these sites' APIs. (Of course it kind went like this: https://www.xkcd.com/1319/ since I probably spent way more time building this than I saved...)
So far I've added support for 3 price APIs: CMC, Cryptowat.ch and CoinCap.io, and I'm not really planning to add any more at this point since this covers everything I need: CMC lists every coin possible, Cryptowat.ch has past prices for most major coins on major exchanges with pretty good precision, and CoinCap.io has past prices for more coins but with worse precision.
 
All 3 can be used in two ways:
 
1. From the command line:
> cmcap bitcoin bitcoin @ 2018-07-12 16:52:37 +0200 ==> 6201.51 USD 
You can add -q to get just the value, if you want to pass it further to other commands:
> cmcap bitcoin -q | sed -e 's/\./,/' >> stats.csv 
For Cryptowatch and CoinCap you can also check historical prices (the precision usually decreases the further you go in the past, but it should usually be good enough):
> cryptowatch kraken btceur "2017-12-27 9:30" kraken:btceur @ 2017-12-27 09:00:00 +0100 ==> 13562.4 EUR 
CoinMarketCap doesn't currently have a public API that lets you check prices in the past.
 
  1. If you know Ruby, you can make all the same calls from code, and some more - e.g. for CMC there's a method to download all coins on the site sorted by rank.
    require 'cointools'
    cw = CoinTools::Cryptowatch.new result = cw.get_price('kraken', 'btceur', Time.new(2017, 12, 1)) puts result.price
    cmc = CoinTools::CoinMarketCap.new cmc.get_all_prices.first(10).each { |c| p [c.symbol, c.usd_price] }
 
Hopefully someone will find these tools useful :)
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CoinTools: a set of command-line tools and Ruby libs for checking cryptocurrency prices on CoinMarketCap etc.

Link: https://github.com/mackuba/cointools
I've been building some tools for myself since January to automate some work around crypto trading. One thing I needed was a way to quickly check the price of a given coin right now or in the past ("what was the price of BTC on Kraken last Monday when I made that purchase/sale?"), either manually when I'm updating some spreadsheets, or as a part of some larger script. Previously I'd usually do this manually, opening CoinMarketCap/Bitcoinity/Cryptowatch, finding the right date and reading the value from the chart, but it was pointless work that added up to quite a lot of time, so it seemed like a perfect thing to automate by connecting to these sites' APIs. (Of course it kind went like this: https://www.xkcd.com/1319/ since I probably spent way more time building this than I saved...)
So far I've added support for 3 price APIs: CMC, Cryptowat.ch and CoinCap.io, and I'm not really planning to add any more at this point since this covers everything I need: CMC lists every coin possible, Cryptowat.ch has past prices for most major coins on major exchanges with pretty good precision, and CoinCap.io has past prices for more coins but with worse precision.
 
All 3 can be used in two ways:
 
1. From the command line:
> cmcap bitcoin bitcoin @ 2018-07-12 16:52:37 +0200 ==> 6201.51 USD 
You can add -q to get just the value, if you want to pass it further to other commands:
> cmcap bitcoin -q | sed -e 's/\./,/' >> stats.csv 
For Cryptowatch and CoinCap you can also check historical prices (the precision usually decreases the further you go in the past, but it should usually be good enough):
> cryptowatch kraken btceur "2017-12-27 9:30" kraken:btceur @ 2017-12-27 09:00:00 +0100 ==> 13562.4 EUR 
CoinMarketCap doesn't currently have a public API that lets you check prices in the past.
 
  1. If you know Ruby, you can make all the same calls from code, and some more - e.g. for CMC there's a method to download all coins on the site sorted by rank.
    require 'cointools'
    cw = CoinTools::Cryptowatch.new result = cw.get_price('kraken', 'btceur', Time.new(2017, 12, 1)) puts result.price
    cmc = CoinTools::CoinMarketCap.new cmc.get_all_prices.first(10).each { |c| p [c.symbol, c.usd_price] }
 
Hopefully someone will find these tools useful :)
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Rules to follow if you decide to start investing in Bitcoin in 2018 | Beginners Guide

Just to mention a few i found on this website: E-Money Chat and are pretty decent for a noob:
  1. Check if Bitcoin is still legal in your country. Some countries have already imposed strict regulation and even banned cryptocurrencies trading.
  2. It's never a good idea to invest what you can't afford to lose – Never forget that Bitcoin/ICO's value is not sustained by real economy and right now the price could be overestimated.
  3. Always keep your cryptocurrency safe
4.Never trust one source before buying Bitcoin/Altcoins.
5.Dollar Cost Averaging - Limit your risk - Never buy all at once
6.Investing in Bitcoin mining is a practice that we do not encourage
7.If you get past Bitcoins / HYIPs that will promise to double your Bitcoins in 2 weeks - RUN AS FAST AS YOU CAN
8.Trading Bitcoins/Altcoins for profit
9.Using tools such as Cryptowatch/cryptocompare/coinmarketcap to analyze charts - check price history and determine the right time to invest.
10.Create a portfolio and minimize risk (5-6 Altcoins)
Maybe you can add more value and add some extra golden rules to the list.
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Artificial intellingence has some limits...

Hi guys, I was enthusiastic about XAI coin. I bought during ICO and I am following all the news regarding it. I am just a little bit disappointed of the investing strategy relying on Wintermute. The second hard fork of Bitcoin was not previsionable and we know that wintermute increase experience on past trackrecords... thus my question is: " How will Wintermute react to other events which are not predicatble?". The nav is decreasing, the market value too. They don't even publish weekly NAv as snapshot value on cryptowatch, cryptocompare etc.. How new investors will be attracted? You can actually trade XAI on in their exchange FirstGLobal... sometimes I feel XAI is just a mean to drive fees/commisions to FirstGlobal, being an exchange where you can leverage using XAI to buy other Cryptos and they gain more money... ;) I really don't know what to think about it. We talk about a coin, but actually it is a cryptofund (exactly like hedge funds) where each single unit, in this case, is called coin and XAI it is the name. What is your opinion?
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] BTC-BCH % decision long-term

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I am not pro btc or bch, I hold both and I am trying to find a good spot to % balance the 2 for long term with today's info. I don't altcoin as I don't like risks.
Long term, survival/durability is the most critical thing in btc/bch price imo as bitcoin already adds great value to standard currency in terms of privacy, 21m cap, unseizability, permissionless fast transactions and being almost fully safe with hardware wallets if you know what you are doing. I think even if only successfully maintained, it will be the best investment tool for many years until a better crypto comes. Of course we may not be able to maintain it, it may collapse and we could go to crypto dark age, thats why you should have max %30 of your total worth imo. I think when for example a CIA executive walks into a room full of 50 hackers and orders them to technically harm bitcoin as it started to damage federal reserve/$, I think they have an ok chance to seriously harm the network, they would have the resources.
No survival problem I can see with btc for now as with futures, govs trying to regulate and everything, the world seems to be embracing it. This may not last in some countries when they fully understand they can't tax it the way they like. Btc has higher chance to survive than bch if govs really decide to go after btc/bch due to tax evasion, then 1mb blocks-small ledger will be critical as it is much easier to run underground than bch's whatever gb filled up ledger will be at the time. A thing here is I think for bch to really die, all countries need to go after it (maybe a UN ruling?), for example if japan lets miners run, all is good, they can just run whole worlds transaction operations there np.
It seems now that 2x is halted, for the next 1-2 years btc will have high fees. Lightning network is said to ease the situation but it is probably at least a year away before something that can compete with bch fees can be delivered. During this time btc might lose more blood depending on how core manages it. This is also the reason bch went up %20-25 today.
Of course btc also has the firstcomer advantage which is huge. No need to explain.
Both has same roots, both has intelligent teams(sometimes not wise) working on it, I have "cryptowatch" twitter account with all important people added. I see positive and negative opinions/characters/intents on both sides so can't really say one team will certainly carry their coin forward with perfect ideology and business decisions, this area is pretty chaotic. So seeing these, I am currently at %90 btc %10 bch.
What other things do you guys factor in for your btc/bch % decision long term? What % do you have in both?
Thanks!
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Don't be stupid like me...

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TL:DR - If you believe in bitcoin, just buy and hodl, if you don't, don't. Leave buying and selling to the professional day traders. For the main point, jump to last two paragraphs.
Edit: this post is less about the philosophy of what bitcoin is/should be, and more a slightly inebriated rant about addiction and how it can ruin your financial goals.
Post 2x cancellation Edit: I deleted all my bitcoin checker apps, so I didn't see the news til literally 10 minutes ago. My heart is racing right now. Trying to get my mind back, but I'm having a hard time. Thinking about how I could have made a couple hundred dollars. "If only I had been watching the news" "If only I had sold at 7800" This is what a gambling addiction looks like my friends. I'm watching the price as we speak, I almost panic sold at 7000, 20 minutes ago. The price is now back up to 7300. Nope, 7350. I am confident in bitcoin's value. I am confident that after the speculators are done with their crap the price will re-stabilize. I am confident that the blocksize will be increased in the future by a majority consensus that we can all agree to. Yup and after I finished typing, it's back at 7400, where it was yesterday night. Unless there is a governmental crackdown, nothing about my view of bitcoin's future has changed. Could some of us have made a quick buck just now? Yes. Could even more of us lost a ton of bitcoin through poor timing? Absolutely. Most likely, someone did. Determine your investments based on the long term.
3rd edit: I know this thread is dead, but this is mostly for me. If I sold at gemini's high of 7950 and bought back in at the low of 7050, I still would have only made back a couple hundredths of a bitcoin (i know you should never say how much you have online, but that should only tell you how little i have :P). That couple hundredths of a bitcoin is still less than how much I've lost from trading.
Original Post: I'm posting this because I just had a big hodl wake-up-call and hopefully this story will be useful to someone out there with an addictive personality. (I know the rest of you will just think I'm a big idiot and you'd be right)
I first heard of bitcoin perhaps 4 years ago from a friend but had just graduated with no money, so I forgot about it until he brought it back up last Christmas, and again in June before the large jump. I had gone back to grad school 2 years ago, so I once again had very little saved up, but after the jump to 4000USD/bitcoin, i thought, enough is enough, and put in a small amount to buy a fraction of a bitcoin. I freaked out as the price started to drop back down, but I had read a lot, enough to convince me that Bitcoin's worth is not just in the dollar cost, but in it's usefulness as a future currency and store of value. I tried to hodl as best I could, but eventually when it dropped back to 4000USD I couldn't take it and sold my bitcoin. I kept looking at the price though and every time it jumped up, I would change my mind and buy back in.
I eventually decided that I did believe that bitcoin's value would increase til 10,000, so I kept transferring more paychecks into my exchange and bought more bitcoin, but by this time I was obsessed with trying to beat the market, and was doing a lot of reading on investopedia.com and constantly buying and selling.
During the recent drop from 7500 to 7000, I was sure I would be able to time my buys perfectly, and made a bunch of charts and looked at all the points of resistance and support. I messed up a couple times at the beginning, but by the end of the downtrend, I had increased my bitcoin by 2%, which I thought was pretty good. Then, even though I could tell that crazy market support was keeping bitcoin from dropping below 7000, I thought that even the slightest possibility that it would drop below support would cause a huge crash to 6800. I walked away for about 20 minutes to do some school stuff and then by the time I came back it had risen to 7200. I had lost all of the day's gains and then some. Bought back in.
A lot of people have been telling me recently that I've been stuck on my phone and pc and that I was addicted to looking at bitcoin. That and my recent flub prompted me to actually evaluate how much bitcoin value I had. I had a pretty good feeling in the back of my mind that I had lost way more than I earned, but I had no idea how much because of the fact that I had deposited money into the exchange so often that I couldn't tell just by looking at the balance. I added up all the bank transfers I had made and the amount I had added to my exchange was....equal to the amount I currently had. Plus about 20 dollars or so. WHAT?!? I knew that although I started when Bitcoin was worth around 4000USD, I would only be up maybe 15% of the total USD I bought with, since I had been buying incrementally up til now. Therefore only the initial deposit should have increased by 80% and the rest would have gone up 60%, 40%, 20%, 10%, etc, depending on when I bought it. However, I didn't expect to only be up by 1% or so...
So what happened? Thinking back, there were a lot of times when I was absentmindedly on cryptowatch.ch during class or while studying, or even during working out and gaming. I know there were a lot of times I did a panic trade during those moments, but I was cognizant of the fact that most impulse buys are wrong and one of the worst ways to trade, but I thought I had it mostly under control. Besides, I was sure I remembered more times when I made the correct decision than times when I didn't. After doing the math, it was clear that I was wrong more than I was right, but IT STILL DIDN'T add up. I wasn't wrong THAT often. The math told me that yes, I would have only been up 9% instead of 15%, but that's still more than...1%. Then I thought about the transaction fee. I really didn't think that could have been it, because I picked an exchange with 0.25% fee, way lower than coinbase or many of the other exchanges. And besides, no way I could have made that many trades right??
So I went through my transaction history...and found page...after page...after page...of completed trades. Most of them I couldn't even remember having done. 78 COMPLETED transactions in the last 3 months. I totaled up my trading volume and found that I bought and sold a volume that was 37 times the amount of bitcoin I had. THIRTY SEVEN TIMES. I traded a volume 3700% what I actually have. 0.25% of 3700% is 9.25%. THAT is where my money went.
So, lessons learned: 1. I'm not a good day tradeyou can't trade absentmindedly if you're a scrub with no experience. 2. I lost more money just from the act of trading itself 3. I have an addictive personality. For me it was no difference than someone hitting the slots. 4. I could have done more/earned more money/lived my life with the time I wasted on trying to beat the market.
Ironically, lesson 4 is EXACTLY word for word what I told my brother when he started becoming interested in Bitcoin a couple months back.
If you're someone who a) isn't an idiot and can make good trade or b) isn't an idiot and can hodl, you can laugh, I deserve it. For the rest of you who are like me, I know you're out there. We're the reason the market moves the way it does, we're the idiots who keep freaking out and causing those huge dips. If you believe that long term Bitcoin is an amazing commodity, then buy and just hold or use it as a currency. If you don't believe in it, then don't buy it. Don't sell unless you firmly change your mind about Bitcoin's long term outcome.
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