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April 13, 2013, 02:41:48 AM
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Hey guys, kinda new here, but I have been working on a simple MTGox ticker. Its in Java, so it should be multiplatform.
It is a Executable JAR with a GUI, so it can show the current bid and ask prices.
The application gets new prices every 5 seconds, and the current highest bid price is always the title.



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April 13, 2013, 04:50:53 AM
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Cool idea, but you should consider modifying it to use streaming websockets that way there is no delay in quotes.  5 second seems to be the difference between making $5 or losing $100 on MtGox lately.  Smiley

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I wish they had an efficient websocket library in Java, but I have yet to come across one :/
I will definitely look into it, thank you for responding Cheesy
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