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March 15, 2018, 02:20:41 PM
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Hi guys,
I am a Dutch student who has developed a spreadsheet to judge the prices of cryptocurrencies. The prices of 34 popular coins are compared with the value of reference coins as the Bitcoin and Ripple taking in to account the quantity of the coins. Also important information as transactiondata and reviews are included.
If you’re interested just send an E-mail to this adresjoriscomparator@gmail.com with just "request information" and you will receive a Wordfile with more information and a part of the spreadsheet.
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March 15, 2018, 04:46:31 PM
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Hi, awesome idea, but are you selling this?
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March 15, 2018, 10:04:21 PM
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How exactly is this better than many of the publicly available (free) spreadsheets out there ?
Or the tutorials that show you how to use the CoinMarketCap API to very easily build your own spreadsheet with your choice of coins ?

Just Google either of the above for many good, tried and tested options, used by many (so proven).

If this is something you are trying to sell, then what is the value proposition you are making ?

I'd also be very wary and would warn others reading this thread about receiving a "wordfile" from a stranger on the internet.. viruses, malware etc.
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