Hi, I've created a mobile website for tracking Bitcoin related stats while on the go. I've been using this myself for a couple of weeks and it's time the public got a look.WatchMine: http://watchmine.infudu.comFeatures
- See important stats all in one screen
- Mining pool stats for: bitclockers, bitcoinpool, btcguild, btcmine, deepbit, slush & swepool (open for requests)
- Market data from exchanges including MTGOX, TradeHill and many more
- Price data (weighted price)
- Optimised for iPhone/iTouch (tested on Android)
Many future features are planned. Add your requests in this thread - it will help me prioritise. I accept bounties.Money
I might add premium features to WatchMine later but the basic stats viewing function will always
remain free. I need your help to do this so please tip me a few bitcents. I accept bounties for feature requests and can even customize a personal version of WatchMine just for you.
Tip address: 15ai32gKS7s7t9ScgUjMLhHd1M3nhDn5n8Screenshothttp://watchmine.infudu.comLicense
WatchMine and its code is copyright 2011 E. Turner (me). You are welcome to use WatchMine and view the underlying code, but you may not copy it. This site represents a non-trivial investment of my time and skill.Getting Started
The default screen lists some stats that might not suit you. Click the Edit button and remove anything you don't want. Then click the Finish button. After that click the Add button and start adding stats the stats that you do want. Each stat is added onto the end of the list. Clicking Edit will allow you to re-order stats using up/down arrows.App Mode
This site runs best as a full screen app: On iOS devices you can click the middle button on the bottom toolbar in the Safari web-browser. You'll then get an option to "Add to Home Screen" - click this and WatchMine will appear just like any other app. Cool huh.Privacy & Security
I take your privacy and security seriously.
Only preference data is stored on your local device (using localStorage). This data is only transmitted to my webserver when needed but is not stored on my server. There is basically nothing harmful that I could do with the miner pool apikeys anyway because they provide read-only access to data.
All client-side code can be viewed using the usual web developer tools. I'm prepared to let prominent community members view and verify that the server-side code is doing nothing malicious if people want that.
Your btc tips, bounties and feedback will all encourage me to improve this mobile app further.