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October 22, 2015, 02:29:20 PM
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Hi All, 

A while back, I became interested in Bitcoin and wanted to contribute somehow to the community.  So I made a couple Node.js modules btc-stats and xchange.js
 
Btc-stats exposes a bunch of price analytic functions across bitcoin exchanges.  I finally now have some free time to work more on this project and was hoping to get some feed-back / feature requests so I don't start coding a bunch of random things I think could be useful. 

I'm still in this for the learning experience Smiley  Just trying to help the community and "level-up" my knowledge with bitcoin in general.

So.. I'm turning to the community.  What do you think could make this module better?  What features can I add that you would want?

Please!! give me suggestions on this or some other projects the community might need.  I'm very proficient with all things Web Development related Smiley

Btc-stats
https://github.com/jxm262/btc-stats 
https://www.npmjs.com/package/btc-stats

Xchange.js
https://github.com/jxm262/xchange.js
https://www.npmjs.com/package/xchange.js
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October 23, 2015, 02:56:42 AM
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Do you have demo?
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October 23, 2015, 03:01:24 AM
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I think this has already been done before in the past, but I think it would be pretty cool if you would incorporate a way for the program to incorporate a way to let someone run the program on their computer and "hear" the exchanges being done on the blockchain... so that each exchange has it's own different sound, and the amount that is transacted has a deeper or higher pitch.

I really think that someone somewhere has already done this, but even if so, I think this would be a good application to add.

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October 23, 2015, 10:58:02 PM
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@sellscript.
I could give you some output in the terminal if you'd like.  The documentation in the project sort of gives it all though and explains it pretty nicely.

@chennan
That sounds like it could be a fun web app type thing to make.  Not sure if it would fit in with this project though.

I'm looking to see if there's any analytical stuff that people would like to see built and hopefully add to the current idea.  I'm open to completely new projects though, so let me know if anyone's working on something cool or has some ideas Smiley
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