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November 04, 2017, 06:24:28 AM
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Pardon if it has already been ask. Please inform me if there are threads for this already as I can't find one.
Okay, I know that these are useful ethereum blockchain explorers but I am quiet confused to why are these two sites give different estimated values of tokens? Which one can be considered more accurate than other?


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November 04, 2017, 08:16:48 AM
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Well ethplorer prices my 5M eDoge with above 49k dollars. That's about 99,99% wrong, as it nearly has no value at all. So there's a bug in there somewhere. Etherscan doesn't give a price for it at all. It seems like Etherscan takes their prices straight off Etherdelta. I'm not sure what the fuck ethplorer does.

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November 04, 2017, 10:03:00 AM
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different estimated values of tokens but this is normal because Etherscan and Ethplorer was developed with different team, different estimation values of tokens caused by:
  • use of APIs from different exchanges
  • BUG in Etherscan or Ethplorer

Which one can be considered more accurate than other?

I think etherscan is more accurate than ethplore



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November 04, 2017, 10:04:35 AM
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By Ethplorer it's easier to add a token to your wallet. In my opinion, Etherscan shows a more accurate price for tokens, but it does not do it for all tokens. Yes, and the price is average, and the market has a variance! Therefore, I always keep track of prices for tokens directly on stock exchanges, not in my wallet Wink

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