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January 09, 2018, 11:06:09 AM
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https://coinia.io

Working on a small project Coinia.io currently focus on USD market.
Will add Bitcoin Market soon.

Please have a look and any suggestions or hand in development is welcomed. Can be partnership if interested.


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January 10, 2018, 08:22:27 AM
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need more details about the project. there are very limited details in this thread
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January 10, 2018, 11:02:05 AM
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Well very simple idea not much complexity

Here are some features on top of my mind:
- Real time crtypto currency comparison on major exchanges
- Easy Currency price conversion to local currencies
- Coin price graph for all currencies
- Clickable buy/sell link to crytpo currency exchanges
- Referral links [public]
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January 10, 2018, 03:21:25 PM
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Please have a look and any suggestions or hand in development is welcomed. Can be partnership if interested.
Few suggestions:

1. For the following (USDT, XEM, XLM, TRX, BCC and LSK), it appears nothing is being fetched so it's best to not have them shown unless there's something to be shown.
2. The circular motion dots appears to doing the process of fetching for those empty white boxes but since (based on a 10 minute observation) it doesn't do anything, it would be best to have those boxes completely in dark grey or something similar (without those moving dots).
3. Also if something can be done in regards to its speed (in re-calculation process), it would be great.

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January 10, 2018, 03:49:36 PM
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Please have a look and any suggestions or hand in development is welcomed. Can be partnership if interested.
Few suggestions:

1. For the following (USDT, XEM, XLM, TRX, BCC and LSK), it appears nothing is being fetched so it's best to not have them shown unless there's something to be shown.
2. The circular motion dots appears to doing the process of fetching for those empty white boxes but since (based on a 10 minute observation) it doesn't do anything, it would be best to have those boxes completely in dark grey or something similar (without those moving dots).
3. Also if something can be done in regards to its speed (in re-calculation process), it would be great.

Than you very much.
Really appreciate your suggestions, working on point 1 and 2 now Smiley
Regarding point 3 i'm bound to exchanges, max 1 req/10 sec is kind of average on all exchanges like (Bittrex, Coinbase etc). But will definitely look in to other options too.


Did you check the Calculator any comment on it please?

 
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January 10, 2018, 05:00:00 PM
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It's a pretty useful site.

I don't understand the color code for some prices, some have a green background others have a red background.
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January 10, 2018, 06:16:58 PM
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Did you check the Calculator any comment on it please?
I just did and it looks great, although I think it would be nice to have current rate as well (like to have 4 buttons of Live, Max, Ave and Min).

I don't understand the color code for some prices, some have a green background others have a red background.
It's coded in a way to reflect appropriate colors based on the rate changes (goes up, turns green and goes down, turns red).

I noticed it takes two increased rates to change the red background to green (although the green arrow changes accordingly) but it takes only one decreased rate to change the green background to red. Any reason for this?

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January 11, 2018, 06:54:26 AM
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I just did and it looks great, although I think it would be nice to have current rate as well (like to have 4 buttons of Live, Max, Ave and Min).
Great, yes actually will keep only three Max, Live and Min, No need of average.

I noticed it takes two increased rates to change the red background to green (although the green arrow changes accordingly) but it takes only one decreased rate to change the green background to red. Any reason for this?
Idea was first price down will turn the arrow down and second price down will make it red and yes one price up will change and color and arrow too.
But I noticed there are some glitches and I'm working on it.

Also I could not find a suitable image to show price is stable or same so by default it it will be either up or down depending on current price and previous low and high price. 
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