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September 05, 2013, 06:04:31 PM
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Stay on top of the Bitcoin market with these helpful websites:

BitcoinWisdom: Live charts with indicators, different exchanges
Bitcoinity: Live charts and order book visualization of different exchanges
Tradingview: Live chart + indicators, different exchanges
Bitcoincharts: Live prices for different exchanges, historical price charts with indicators and order books
BTC Charts: Live order book visualization, different exchanges
Bitcoin Analytics: Live charts and order books, different exchanges (paid version)
ZeroBlock: Live charts and order books, different exchanges (paid version)
SierraChart: Live chart feed for different exchanges for SierraChart program
Cryptonica: Live order book for Bitstamp
Blockchain.info: Stats, variety of charts
Bitcoinx: Prices, various stats and charts
blockchained.com: Prices, various stats and charts
Coinsight: Historical order book sums, different exchanges

Suggestions to add more welcome.

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September 07, 2013, 12:55:26 AM
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http://blockchained.com/
http://coinmarketcap.com/
http://btckan.com/price - Chinese exchange quotes
http://data.bitcoinity.org/ - currently has lots of fun stuff to play with
http://cosurgi.info

I'll continue to edit this post as I find new stuff.
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http://www.bitlisten.com/
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September 11, 2013, 08:52:48 PM
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Nice list! Thank you

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http://bitcoinaverage.com/

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btckan is probably the most important one not listed in OP (imo)

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September 26, 2013, 03:15:18 PM
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Bitcoin-only charts for technical analysis with indicators and drawing tools: http://coinstackr.com/bitcoin-charts/

I own the site and I am happy about any feedbacks and feature requests. I use it for my Bitcoin trading activities.

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Try free: Interactive Bitcoin Charts (http://coinstackr.com/bitcoin-charts/) for MtGox & Bitstamp
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October 08, 2013, 11:22:20 AM
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@Blitz,
Perhaps you should change your SierraChart link to start with this post...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=6019.msg3083021#msg3083021

This is because the feed was broken repeatedly by Bitcoincharts API changes and this is the most recent working version from DC.

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October 14, 2013, 11:05:31 PM
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Thanks for the list, have seen perhaps half of the sites.

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October 27, 2013, 04:37:58 PM
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http://bitcointicker.co/
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October 27, 2013, 07:32:20 PM
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http://bitcoinchain.com
http://dc-charts.com

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October 28, 2013, 03:27:33 PM
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https://cryptotrader.org/

You can develop & test your own trading algorithms on MtGox, Bitstamp and BTC-E data. Has it's thread here to help you get going:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=222696.0

There's also subscriber mode which allows applying developed strategies in real trading on these exchanges.
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November 19, 2013, 11:33:57 AM
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http://xchang.in/xcharts

Fast loading btc-e charts with daily OHLC (Open-High-Low-close) charts.

Market report for crucial turnarounds.

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Now with our custom algorithm, peek into the market mood, before you make a trade. At the top-left corner of our homepage, you can find the current market direction/trend. Auto-Updated twice in an hour.



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December 09, 2013, 08:13:57 AM
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http://xchang.in/xcharts

Fast loading btc-e charts with daily OHLC (Open-High-Low-close) charts.

Market report for crucial turnarounds.

Thank you for that website, does anyone know of a charting website that has all the currency pairs with extensive timeframes , or at least a weekly chart?
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December 09, 2013, 11:49:26 AM
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http://xchang.in/xcharts

Fast loading btc-e charts with daily OHLC (Open-High-Low-close) charts.

Market report for crucial turnarounds.

Thank you for that website, does anyone know of a charting website that has all the currency pairs with extensive timeframes , or at least a weekly chart?


Cryptocoin charts may be helpful.

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December 10, 2013, 10:15:53 PM
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https://www.predictious.com/

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-12-08/bitcoin-derivatives-market-has-arrived
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Websites for Bitcoin Speculators
Bitcoin visualization websites. - this title would be better
Speculators need trading sites also which are not listed.

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December 19, 2013, 02:32:58 PM
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I track my own data, mostly comparative data between three exchanges.  I publish recent information in charts, here:
https://daybittrader.com/

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December 29, 2013, 12:32:17 PM
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I made a visualizer thing that lets you set up 4 "views" of different websites (bitcoinwisdom, bitcoininity, tradingview etc) that can be viewed in fullscreen... great for getting an overview of different charts. I have it projected up on to my wall most of the time.

BTC Viz Thing

It's still a work in progress, and has a bunch of bugs... I posted this earlier in the noob section, but think it might be useful to you guys too.
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I made a visualizer thing that lets you set up 4 "views" of different websites (bitcoinwisdom, bitcoininity, tradingview etc) that can be viewed in fullscreen... great for getting an overview of different charts. I have it projected up on to my wall most of the time.

BTC Viz Thing

It's still a work in progress, and has a bunch of bugs... I posted this earlier in the noob section, but think it might be useful to you guys too.

I like that it has the tradingview chat



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Websites for Bitcoin Speculators
Bitcoin visualization websites. - this title would be better
Speculators need trading sites also which are not listed.

I posted a trading website on here , i guess you could add the word "visualization" to the title.
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January 03, 2014, 02:23:42 PM
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BTC Follow MTGOX, BTC-E AND BITSTAMP ALL ON ONE SITE BTC

WWW.BITCOINSTOCK.INFO

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January 09, 2014, 01:30:38 PM
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what is the best method of monitoring buy/sell orders on the leading exchanges to predict points where tide will be turning?
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January 30, 2014, 06:09:08 PM
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Nice list .. ty
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but I don't see http://fiatleak.com/ on your list,,
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January 30, 2014, 10:01:55 PM
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have you guys checked out coinsetter yet?   Still in beta but is offering features that are not currently available on other exchanges
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February 15, 2014, 08:50:08 PM
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I built a site that lets you bet on your bitcoin predictions. We use price data from bitstamp and when it's time for your prediction to be concluded we pull this data, determine winners & pay out accordingly.

https://predictbits.com

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February 18, 2014, 03:51:44 AM
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http://BitcoinValues.net - Everything Bitcoin

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February 19, 2014, 10:08:16 AM
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as calian listed: if you are interested in other cryptocurrencies you wanna check:

http://coinmarketcap.com/

Not sure how they get the BTC price, anyone ?
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March 03, 2014, 08:33:14 AM
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Bitcoin daily news and article might be a big help as well. Get informed with bitcoindaily.com daily news about what’s happening with bitcoin.

BitcoinDaily (http://www.bitcoindaily.com)
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March 12, 2014, 05:01:15 PM
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Stay on top of the Bitcoin market with these helpful websites:

Blockchain.info: Stats, variety of charts
Bitcoincharts: Live prices for different exchanges, Price charts with indicators and order books
Bitcoin Clark Moody: Live price chart and order book
MtGox Live: Live MtGox order book visualization
SierraChart: Live chart feed for different exchanges for SierraChart program
Bitcoinity: Live charts and order book visualization of different exchanges
Bitcoinx: Prices, various stats and charts
blockchained.com: Prices, various stats and charts
Tradingview MtGox BTC/USD: Live chart + indicators for MtGox
BTC Charts: Live order book visualization for MtGox
Bitcoin Analytics: Live charts and order books, different exchanges
BitcoinWisdom: Live charts with indicators, different exchanges
trading.i286.org: Live order book+visualization for MtGox

Suggestions to add more welcome.
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March 19, 2014, 06:35:21 PM
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http://www.btcpredictions.com

It does a pretty good job of predicting bitcoin price trends... haven't had it running long yet but it has a pretty low margin of error.

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March 23, 2014, 06:11:59 AM
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People trading on bitfinex.com might find http://www.bfxdata.com useful.
It shows every stat you can think of from the Bitfinex.com platform.

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This website should also help to speculate bitcoin, charts , current price, price change ect...  http://blockr.io/
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Stay on top of the Bitcoin market with these helpful websites:

Blockchain.info: Stats, variety of charts
Bitcoincharts: Live prices for different exchanges, Price charts with indicators and order books
Bitcoin Clark Moody: Live price chart and order book
MtGox Live: Live MtGox order book visualization
SierraChart: Live chart feed for different exchanges for SierraChart program
Bitcoinity: Live charts and order book visualization of different exchanges
Bitcoinx: Prices, various stats and charts
blockchained.com: Prices, various stats and charts
Tradingview MtGox BTC/USD: Live chart + indicators for MtGox
BTC Charts: Live order book visualization for MtGox
Bitcoin Analytics: Live charts and order books, different exchanges
BitcoinWisdom: Live charts with indicators, different exchanges
trading.i286.org: Live order book+visualization for MtGox

Suggestions to add more welcome.

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April 21, 2014, 05:39:13 PM
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I did not see coinsetter.com mentioned here...this is a good one too..
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BTC Follow MTGOX, BTC-E AND BITSTAMP ALL ON ONE SITE BTC

WWW.BITCOINSTOCK.INFO

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May 12, 2014, 02:31:26 PM
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I'm the developer behind http://cryptocoinstats.com/

Could you please add it to your list as I think that it would fit nicely.

Thanks.

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http://btcaudio.tk LIVE AUDIO TICKER
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Thanks for this, I really needed this as I don't know whether to cash in or not.
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I'm the developer behind http://cryptocoinstats.com/

Could you please add it to your list as I think that it would fit nicely.

Thanks.

This is very nice.
Extremely refreshing clear design, congrats!
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I'm the developer behind http://cryptocoinstats.com/

Could you please add it to your list as I think that it would fit nicely.

Thanks.

This is very nice.
Extremely refreshing clear design, congrats!

Thank you.  Your praise is appreciated.

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Hello,

This is a really good list of sites that need to be followed for anyone who wants to get into bitcoin trading.

Thanks for the post.

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Great topic Blitz,

I've taken the chance to tidy up the list (Removed the MtGox ones) and added some more useful links that I use. I also made it semi alphabetical.

Bitcoin Analytics: Live charts and order books, different exchanges
BitcoinWisdom: Live charts with indicators, different exchanges
Bitcoin Clark Moody: Live price chart and order book
Bitcoinity: Live charts and order book visualization of different exchanges
Bitcoincharts: Live prices for different exchanges, Price charts with indicators and order books
Bitcoinx: Prices, various stats and charts
Blockchain.info: Stats, variety of charts
SierraChart: Live chart feed for different exchanges for SierraChart program
blockchained.com: Prices, various stats and charts
Btc.sx: Leveraged Long and Short trading with Bitcoin. No fiat required
Bitcoin Ticker - Mac Users: The tidiest Bitcoin ticker I've come across, different currency and exchange support

Can you update your original list Blitz to make the list more relevant.

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Updated and revised the order, thanks for the suggestions. I tried to order it by having the more general use stuff higher up, and then by popularity.

I'm not including exchanges or apps yet, but I may do so in the future; just not entirely sure whether it is a good idea in principle.

I'll also eventually look through the whole thread and probably add some more.

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June 24, 2014, 01:57:05 PM
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May I suggest

http://coinmarketcap.com/

and

https://bitcoinaverage.com/


The first being more important, but partially based on data from the second. Extremely useful for a quick overview of volume (against various currencies), market cap, and by putting Bitcoin into the larger context of cryptocurrency markets in general.


EDIT: forgot one...

http://www.coinorama.net/

Order book history, and block chain analysis. Great site.

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July 08, 2014, 04:26:19 PM
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Just stumbled on this one: https://cryptowat.ch

Very nice visualisation, especially if you hover over the orderbook.
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July 11, 2014, 08:23:33 PM
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Prefer to use BitcoinWisdom: Great resource.


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Do any of these serve East Africans?

I'm from Kenya, East Africa.

Ideally, an online trading platform where I can deposit BTC, enter and exit BTC positions (long/short) and hold dollars when I exit positions. DOn't need to withdraw, just liquidate in and out of BTC-Fiat




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My own site  Grin

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heartbit.io/app

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Heartbit, nice site, specially live volumes feature! Can you add Huobi also, it seems to have rather high volumes?
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Heartbit, nice site, specially live volumes feature! Can you add Huobi also, it seems to have rather high volumes?

thank you very much

yes yes huobi and okcoin are coming very soon. Have you tried the click and drag feature on the graph ?

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Heartbit, nice site, specially live volumes feature! Can you add Huobi also, it seems to have rather high volumes?

thank you very much

yes yes huobi and okcoin are coming very soon. Have you tried the click and drag feature on the graph ?

Yes, click and drag is nice, but I'm not interested much in news.

Maybe it would be useful if the spread is not shown from US$ 400 to US$ 600, it's hard to see important part just around the current price, +/- few % arround the price would be nicer.
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Yes, click and drag is nice, but I'm not interested much in news.

I'm not sure you see what I meant, click&drag on the price graph


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Maybe it would be useful if the spread is not shown from US$ 400 to US$ 600, it's hard to see important part just around the current price, +/- few % arround the price would be nicer.

I guess you are talking about the depth. You are right we will include a zoom feature it would be very useful thanks for pointing this out. If you have others ideas to not hesitate to share them Smiley

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I'm not sure you see what I meant, click&drag on the price graph

Oh, price variation on selected time period! Didn't know it could do that. I've thought you've ment click&drag on the news bars at the bottom.
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I'm not sure you see what I meant, click&drag on the price graph

Oh, price variation on selected time period! Didn't know it could do that. I've thought you've ment click&drag on the news bars at the bottom.

yes yes you can also check the number of trade during this period and the volume !


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https://www.coinarch.com

Our platform allow you to speculate: up, down, and sideway price movements

More information on how they work:
https://www.coinarch.com/Info/BoosterHowItWorks
https://www.coinarch.com/Info/MaximiserHowItWorks

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Thought I would share my website here as well, SeaofBTC.com

We have a variety of graphs for bitcoin prices and market data. I'll post a few examples here:

We offer search-able graphs to query against a database of full-granularity data. We average large datasets, but, if you look at something like 1-hour of data, you can get the full granularity, even from a week ago.

Compared prices (BTC-e, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, and Huobi (Huobi on a separate axis)):



Buys and Sells marked specifically:



Pricing depth. I am still trying to devise the best way to visualize this data, but here's what it is now:



Price / spread. We also have compared to avg spread and percent spread



Completely full-granularity data example:




Remember the day on BTC-e when volume went absolutely nuts because of a bot or bots? Using these charts, I deduced it was actually just a single person:
http://seaofbtc.com/bitcoin-news/a-deep-look-into-market-data-surrounding-the-btc-e-bot-malfunction

Anyway, thought I'd share. If you have ideas for additional charts that you'd like to see, I am all ears!

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Thanks there is some sites here i have never used,Ill take a look and Inform of My Experience after.

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hi Blitz,
would you care to add
http://bullbearanalytics.com/bitcoin/
to the original post?
thanks and have a great Sunday

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Oh finally I've found.
Thank you for the list dude.


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My contribution to the list:  KaiserBourse.com  (soon to launch in a closed Beta)

The KaiserBourse platform is a futures exchange that lets Bitcoin owners invest daily on the trends of the NASDAQ index

if interested in being notified when service is launched, now will be a good time to signup (type  "bitcointalk"  on the sign-up page comments- to receive priority)
Once we fill the beta quota, registration will close.



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http://www.btcpredictions.com/
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Thanks for the list, the last one is fun.
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very usefull info thanx guys  Grin
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Nice topic list of websites THX..

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https://whaleclub.jit.su      -live sentiment and trading charts

https://whaleclub.jit.su/charts/15/okcoin,huobi,bitfinex,bitstamp      -configurable multi-chart dashboard


Just found about this site and now use them regularly.
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Coinut.com - Bitcoin Options Exchange

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Is there a way to get the raw data somehow? There seem to be plenty of websites offering interesting charts, but i can't seem to find any which offer the database itself.
I have made a simple feed-forward neural network and trained it with some sample data. I would love to test it on some real data.
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Is there a way to get the raw data somehow? There seem to be plenty of websites offering interesting charts, but i can't seem to find any which offer the database itself.
I have made a simple feed-forward neural network and trained it with some sample data. I would love to test it on some real data.

This seems a good source of data http://api.bitcoincharts.com/v1/csv/, although I have not tried myself. Neural network is a powerful tool, and I have a lot of experience with it, I actually published a few papers based on it. If you are interested, we can discuss.
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Is there a way to get the raw data somehow? There seem to be plenty of websites offering interesting charts, but i can't seem to find any which offer the database itself.
I have made a simple feed-forward neural network and trained it with some sample data. I would love to test it on some real data.

This seems a good source of data http://api.bitcoincharts.com/v1/csv/, although I have not tried myself. Neural network is a powerful tool, and I have a lot of experience with it, I actually published a few papers based on it. If you are interested, we can discuss.

There are more of us who are interested in the subject of neural networks on bitcoin trading data and who could possibly contribute, maybe someone should start a separate topic in the  "Development & Technical Discussion" section? Thanks.
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Is there a way to get the raw data somehow? There seem to be plenty of websites offering interesting charts, but i can't seem to find any which offer the database itself.
I have made a simple feed-forward neural network and trained it with some sample data. I would love to test it on some real data.

Use the exchanges API directly to get the book and trade history. You may need to setup 24/7/365 data collection, as many of these APIs only return the trade history of last few hours.

For example, here you can get bitfinex book and trade history, in json format (more details about bitfinex api here):
  api.bitfinex.com/v1/book/btcusd
  api.bitfinex.com/v1/trades/btcusd

These are web API functions. To call them perform an http request. Use libcurl for that.
If you are looking for a json parser, try rapidjson that is very good.

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As always, for unbiased Bull AND Bear Market Analysis visit the best BTC Analytics Team in the Web.

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Bitcoin trading platform, Coinarch, communicate a daily bitcoin price update which includes day in review and predictions.

11th December Trading session

The bitcoin price finally woke from its sideways slumber earlier this week only to fall out of bed, dropping markedly from the mid 370s to yesterday’s low of 335. Things changed in a hurry later in the day, however, when the most unlikely of knights in shining armour emerged in the form of Microsoft. The tech giant announced that it now accepts bitcoin payments for its US-based online store, news which quickly sent the bitcoin price on tear and appears to have forced bears into submission.

The BTC/USD opened near 340 on the 4HBitFinex chart after breaking sharply below its previous support line around 347. The Microsoft news quickly changed the scene, however, with optimism flooding the market and causing the price to surge from 340 to 359 within a few hours. We saw some selling at the peak by short-term profiteers, but the market has managed remained largely neutral after the announcement and has settled above the daily moving average, giving a slight edge to the bulls.

At press time, the bitcoin price looks bullish for the short-term.

What to Expect Today?

Based on the current technical readings, the market is in neutral mode with the price trending near the daily moving average amid high volatility. The price is below the key-SMAs, while the RSI is near 45 on the 4H charts. On balance, we expect the market to remain neutral and to consolidate between 350 and 355.

If the price breaks below 350, we see 340 as the next key support level. Any successful push below 340 will open us up to the November low of 320, with downside risk towards 300.We see any bullish push as only being real if the price can break through the 365-370 resistance area, in which case we see upside risk towards the 385-390 area.

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Current Mood: Neutral
Moving Averages: Sell (4 Buy and 8 Sell)
Technical Indicators: Buy (5 Buy 3 Sell 3 Neutral)

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That's quite a list, I can say I've been to a few of those.  Good job.

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I'm the developer of Cryptowatch (https://cryptowat.ch). I've made a ton of improvements to the site since it was posted in this thread in July... you should reconsider putting it on your list. Cryptowatch offers a lot of features other charting sites don't, and many people are switching to using it.

Latest updates:
- http://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinMarkets/comments/2r0vpk/cryptowatch_interface_update_improved_indicators/
- http://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinMarkets/comments/2olhk7/cryptowatch_just_got_trend_lines_fibonacci/
- http://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinMarkets/comments/2nk13o/a_smarter_depth_chart/

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http://www.notify.elmeda.net track price via email fatest site  Smiley

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On http://bullbearanalytics.com/bullbear-analytics/, you can get price bitcoin updates, and bitcoin forecasts.

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very usefull info!

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Don Harrold of the DayTradShow has published his first special report on Bitcoin hopefully the first of many!




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Okay, there are horse race rags selling data on horses in upcoming races and giving odds.  There are websites selling advice on buying and selling stocks and bonds.

I see the list in the first post of this forum but these give stats not advice.

What is the subscription website with the best track record regarding short term and medium term predictions on Bitcoin buying and selling that might be based on inflection points, slope, volume and other criteria I can only guess at?

Thanks.
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Okay, there are horse race rags selling data on horses in upcoming races and giving odds.  There are websites selling advice on buying and selling stocks and bonds.

I see the list in the first post of this forum but these give stats not advice.

What is the subscription website with the best track record regarding short term and medium term predictions on Bitcoin buying and selling that might be based on inflection points, slope, volume and other criteria I can only guess at?

Thanks.


You may want to consider http://bullbearanalytics.com/bitcoin/ with a track record of significant outperformance versus buy & hold since already 2010.

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Stay on top of the Bitcoin market with these helpful websites:

BitcoinWisdom: Live charts with indicators, different exchanges
Bitcoinity: Live charts and order book visualization of different exchanges
Tradingview: Live chart + indicators, different exchanges
Bitcoincharts: Live prices for different exchanges, historical price charts with indicators and order books
BTC Charts: Live order book visualization, different exchanges
Bitcoin Analytics: Live charts and order books, different exchanges (paid version)
ZeroBlock: Live charts and order books, different exchanges (paid version)
SierraChart: Live chart feed for different exchanges for SierraChart program
Cryptonica: Live order book for Bitstamp
Blockchain.info: Stats, variety of charts
Bitcoinx: Prices, various stats and charts
blockchained.com: Prices, various stats and charts
Coinsight: Historical order book sums, different exchanges

Suggestions to add more welcome.

You can also subscribe to Coinarch for our Daily Bitcoin Price Update - here is today's 28th of January https://live-blog-en.coinarch.com/index.php/2015/01/daily-bitcoin-price-update-28th-january/

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That's quite a list, I can say I've been to a few of those.  Good job.

Hi,

Have you had the chance to trade with Coinarch and if so what was your experience like?
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Much like Wayfarer, I also run a market analysis commentary here:


http://coincurrencynews.com/2015/02/14/whats-bitcoin-doing/

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Here is the free blog that is updated frequently with bitcoin forecasts and other cryptocurrency analyses:
http://bullbearanalytics.com/blog/

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Very useful information! Smiley Has anyone tried http://bullbearanalytics.com/bitcoin/ ? I find it interesting, looking for good/bad reviews on it.

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Websites for Bitcoin Speculators
Bitcoin visualization websites. - this title would be better
Speculators need trading sites also which are not listed.
Can't agree with that.
Visualization is more like sports or moto-sport.
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Very useful information! Smiley Has anyone tried http://bullbearanalytics.com/bitcoin/ ? I find it interesting, looking for good/bad reviews on it.

Here is the latest feedback:
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YOu Forgot this Site http://bitcointicker.co/
Best for Bitcoin Speculators Smiley
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I'm the developer of Cryptowatch (https://cryptowat.ch). I've made a ton of improvements to the site since it was posted in this thread in July... you should reconsider putting it on your list. Cryptowatch offers a lot of features other charting sites don't, and many people are switching to using it.

Latest updates:
- http://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinMarkets/comments/2r0vpk/cryptowatch_interface_update_improved_indicators/
- http://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinMarkets/comments/2olhk7/cryptowatch_just_got_trend_lines_fibonacci/
- http://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinMarkets/comments/2nk13o/a_smarter_depth_chart/

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https://orderbook.net/ is the former icbit.se site.

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March 25, 2015, 12:40:27 PM
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Is there any BTCitcoin chart in IDR
Because I need more information about the price in IDR Roll Eyes

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Whaleclub.co missing from the list - it's the largest bitcoin trading community
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BitMEX.com offers Bitcoin / USD futures contracts with no socialised losses, and the world's first Bitcoin / USD volatility contract.
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Really nice pinned topic, will copypaste and traslate in the italian section.
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http://bitcointicker.co/
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For people interested in getting live quotes with a vast array of top notch indicators on various time intervals for different currencies and derivatives on different exchanges, I would suggest checking out https://www.bfxdata.com.  Also, I have heard http://bitcoincharts.com is good.

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http://www.whaleclub.org too (Whaleclub teamspeak).
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For people interested in getting live quotes with a vast array of top notch indicators on various time intervals for different currencies and derivatives on different exchanges, I would suggest checking out https://www.bfxdata.com.  Also, I have heard http://bitcoincharts.com is good.

yes I also chose http://bitcoincharts.com/ as a benchmark, but returned again to trade bitcoin is not completely secure. due to many factors such as the decline in bitcoin prices drastically in a short time.  Huh

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http://heartbit.io/

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Building the best market data visualization tools
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Hi I'm searching for a website which has indicators like bitcoinwisdom; MACD, EMA, BBands, etc. And has a greater selection of cryptocoins than what bitcoinwisdom currently has. Does anyone here use a website like this or a quotes software like Metatrader to draw indicators?

If you trade cryptos, analize your statistics with Cointracking. With this link you get 10% discount.
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The list is very incomplete, I just know in site http://bitcoinwisdom.com  Cheesy

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November 07, 2015, 07:48:54 AM
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You may want to try this. BullBear Analytics has expert analysts who cover the markets 24/7 in a very bitcoin focused way. Some stock analysts cover hundreds of different stocks and indices - and are distracted and too broad in their analysis. BullBear Analytics focuses 100% on bitcoin and 2 altcoins which comes through in the bitcoin forecast performance. Not to brag here, but the outperformance vs. buy and hold is evident:

https://www.bullbearanalytics.com/

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You may want to try this. BullBear Analytics has expert analysts who cover the markets 24/7 in a very bitcoin focused way. Some stock analysts cover hundreds of different stocks and indices - and are distracted and too broad in their analysis. BullBear Analytics focuses 100% on bitcoin and 2 altcoins which comes through in the bitcoin forecast performance. Not to brag here, but the outperformance vs. buy and hold is evident: http://bullbearanalytics.com/bullbear-analytics/

I was using your service for few months back in 2013 and also few months of 2015 and i was thinking to get back in, but after reading your latest blog post where you wrote:

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Lastly, Gavin and Mike are back at it once again using scare tactics and fear mongering as a last gasp for the survival of their ill-fated BitcoinXT project. Ignore this noise, they are acting like spoiled children that didn’t get their way. Too bad, kids, you have already lost.



i won't...First of all, Mike and Gavin provided lot of code to Bitcoin core client and many bitcoin improvements works because of them, so show some respect to these people...Second of all, you are using your service to try to convince your clients about what "political" side they should take...it's cheap and not cool...

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A great help for me. This is the most useful post for me as of now after being active here almost 2 weeks now. Thanks for this.
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Very nice list with some very interesting links.  There are a few which I didn't know about yet  Smiley


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February 02, 2016, 01:13:57 PM
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http://www.worldtimebuddy.com/
http://fiatleak.com/
http://www.digitalattackmap.com/

Few good sites must have when you are in crypto world..
I must admit you have great list thank you for your sharing!
Please update it when you get more good web destinations..


http://coinmarketcap.com/   ?

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Bitcoin Futures Guide

Has:

- Forward Curve Analysis tool

- Volatility Index charts

- Futures Trading Guide

- And more

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April 23, 2016, 10:18:39 PM
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You can try our charting platform!   Grin

https://alpha.initcoin.com

our annuncement here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1439609.0
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You can try our charting platform!   Grin

https://alpha.initcoin.com

our annuncement here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1439609.0

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Bitcoin Trading Signals if you need free btc trading signals https://www.reddit.com/r/btctradingsignals/
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Try :
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Canadian Exchanges

www.cbix.ca

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http://codacoin.info for the live price, charts and live trades
http://codacoin.com for a collection of bitcoin tools.
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https://cryptowat.ch   live price/charts/live trades
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http://www.bitcoin-price.live

live bitcoin exhange rates and conversion, and recent orders
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http://blockchained.com/
http://coinmarketcap.com/
http://btckan.com/price - Chinese exchange quotes
http://data.bitcoinity.org/ - currently has lots of fun stuff to play with
http://cosurgi.info

I'll continue to edit this post as I find new stuff.
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October 05, 2016, 02:34:15 PM
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I would not include crytopia in a list of speculation sites, but i did notice at one point that they have attempted to create an arbitrage part of the site.  I just looked and it is still there, it uses four coins, BTC, LTC, DOGE and XMR and has 8 sites listed.  I found the set up confusing last time and it is still not super clear, but it might be interesting to play with.  I only used their site because of a few coins that were only available there and I saw the section. Might save a few fees here and there moving money from one site to another and back again.  Might as well take a peek when you get a chance.

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I'd include Whaleclub.co for those who want to speculate on Forex, commodities, etc. using bitcoin.
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Might as well : http://coinmarketcap.com/

Contains all other kinds of coins.
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