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December 19, 2017, 08:36:13 PM
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I came across this term and decided to know what it means. I knew Google search may not return a very sensible answer because some of these terms are novel. I did search in Google which returned mainly figures and dates and highs and lows.

Could someone please explain in a layman's words what "Historical Data of a coin" means?

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December 19, 2017, 09:39:48 PM
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As far as I know that just means what the history of that coin was in regards to daily opens closes and the highs and lows it had that day. I don't think it means anything else besides that but I could be wrong on the matter.

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December 19, 2017, 11:01:38 PM
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Could someone please explain in a layman's words what "Historical Data of a coin" means?

Seriously? it means that you are looking for the "historical" data.. i dont know how can i explaint it to you because it can not even be answered.

Why the hell do you have Google on your main page? You can easily search "historical data of Bitcoin" and there you will have all the prices and the movements and patterns that bitcoin had during the last few days, months, or years.

Please stop creating posts with this kind of questions, they can just by replied by yourself if you made a little research on the internet before posting.

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December 19, 2017, 11:13:10 PM
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I came across this term and decided to know what it means. I knew Google search may not return a very sensible answer because some of these terms are novel. I did search in Google which returned mainly figures and dates and highs and lows.

Could someone please explain in a layman's words what "Historical Data of a coin" means?

Thank you.

That is exactly as it says in the name, historical data of the coin. The data is normally in the form of dates and prices. People can use it to deduce trends in the price and make predictions for the future.

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December 19, 2017, 11:27:11 PM
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I came across this term and decided to know what it means. I knew Google search may not return a very sensible answer because some of these terms are novel. I did search in Google which returned mainly figures and dates and highs and lows.

Could someone please explain in a layman's words what "Historical Data of a coin" means?

Thank you.

You can ignore the user who's flaming you for asking a question. He's not an accurate representation of many people here on the forums.

Others on this thread seem to have the right idea, from what I believe I know the "historical data" of something to be. I guess the best definition to understand the applications of it would be that the historical data of a coin is what approximations and speculation of the future is based on. Otherwise, it's basically all the "hard facts" we have on the coin, aka the numbers from the past in terms of price fluctuations and whatnot.

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December 19, 2017, 11:55:21 PM
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I will try a funny technical definition: The historical data of a coin represents the representation of best bid/ask at a certain point in time, also called time series. The time can be dispersed (tick data) or grouped with a fixed t time step size. Smiley
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