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September 01, 2017, 09:36:34 AM
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So, long story short, I'm a mixture of long term and short term investor.

I am mostly interested in 12ish coins I trade on a daily basis and some of them hold as well.

I'm interested in a website/program that:

1) lets me check the book order in depth (with graphs as well) and I can apply multiple indicators on the graph (keltner, bollinger, ecc).

2) lets me have a "favorite" box showing me all the 12 coins, I just want to know Volume, last price, ask and bid.

3) provides alerts for when certain criteria is met.

So, Bittrex is good for 1), e.g., but lacks 2) (I can't see other favorite coins in one page), and I'm not aware of it having alerts.

Tradingview is messy and has a terrible book, it's good for alerts tho.

Poloniex doesn't have enough coins that interest me (otherwise 1 and 2 were covered).

Solutions I tried and I don't like:

-tradingview

-most exchanges


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September 02, 2017, 07:23:59 PM
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Pay up a developer to make you a platform yo want. Simple like that. Grin


So, long story short, I'm a mixture of long term and short term investor.

I am mostly interested in 12ish coins I trade on a daily basis and some of them hold as well.

I'm interested in a website/program that:

1) lets me check the book order in depth (with graphs as well) and I can apply multiple indicators on the graph (keltner, bollinger, ecc).

2) lets me have a "favorite" box showing me all the 12 coins, I just want to know Volume, last price, ask and bid.

3) provides alerts for when certain criteria is met.

So, Bittrex is good for 1), e.g., but lacks 2) (I can't see other favorite coins in one page), and I'm not aware of it having alerts.

Tradingview is messy and has a terrible book, it's good for alerts tho.

Poloniex doesn't have enough coins that interest me (otherwise 1 and 2 were covered).

Solutions I tried and I don't like:

-tradingview

-most exchanges


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September 02, 2017, 09:44:15 PM
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There is no such solution out there now. You can pay money for a software developer and he can code this for you. I have one coding project but I need to have spare time from my real job. So that I can work on that.

I generally, check order books manually by logging them in.
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