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June 24, 2011, 07:34:54 AM
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Hi, did some searches on the forum for "Bitcoin Tabular Data" and "Bitcoin Historical Data", but only turned up this thread with a 404'd site response: http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=1593.0

What I'm looking for, simply, is tabular data going back at least to March (or more, if possible) of 2011. Can be in a csv or xls format with columns arranged like so:

<Date: MM/DD/YY>,<Open>,<High>,<Low>,<Close>,<Volume>

I plan to use this for charting, intending to update and try to release some analysis for free, if anyone is interested in helping. I realize that bitcoincharts exist, but the data available there is of the intraday 'tick' resolution, and it is a bear frankly to get it all culled down neatly.

Can anyone point me in the right direction for Daily tabular BTC data?

Thanks in advance!

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