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April 15, 2013, 08:03:18 PM
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Any plans about making a trading API?

Why? What would you be trading from my API?

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April 15, 2013, 10:50:33 PM
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Any plans about making a trading API?

Why? What would you be trading from my API?

I would love to have my buy/sell buttons on the same page as the charts.  Sucks switching back and forth, particularly because the buy/sell interfaces on ALL the exchanges are a joke. It shouldn't be that hard to click your balance, set a price, click "buy/sell all" and have it do the very trivial math that takes your fingers 90 seconds to do.

I have debated creating a GreaseMonkey script to do exactly this that would inject itself directly into your charts page. 1st class support is always better Smiley
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April 15, 2013, 10:52:08 PM
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Any plans about making a trading API?

Why? What would you be trading from my API?

I would love to have my buy/sell buttons on the same page as the charts.  Sucks switching back and forth, particularly because the buy/sell interfaces on ALL the exchanges are a joke. It shouldn't be that hard to click your balance, set a price, click "buy/sell all" and have it do the very trivial math that takes your fingers 90 seconds to do.


This is exactly what RTBTC is! Have you signed up yet?

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April 15, 2013, 11:06:53 PM
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Sweet, signed up  Grin

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April 15, 2013, 11:15:02 PM
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Any plans about making a trading API?

Why? What would you be trading from my API?

I would love to have my buy/sell buttons on the same page as the charts.  Sucks switching back and forth, particularly because the buy/sell interfaces on ALL the exchanges are a joke. It shouldn't be that hard to click your balance, set a price, click "buy/sell all" and have it do the very trivial math that takes your fingers 90 seconds to do.


This is exactly what RTBTC is! Have you signed up yet?

Oh Clark my man, I signed up ages ago. Eagerly awaiting your release.
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April 15, 2013, 11:28:08 PM
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Oh Clark my man, I signed up ages ago. Eagerly awaiting your release.

SoonTM  Grin

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April 16, 2013, 08:33:11 AM
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April 16, 2013, 03:20:17 PM
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This is exactly what RTBTC is! Have you signed up yet?

will RTBTC have a ladder display of the bid/asks? ladder is standard for futures contract trading. i really dislike the chart layout that you currently use on clarkmoody, but its better than anyone else.

bitfloor's own depth does display as a ladder, but its always lagging
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April 16, 2013, 03:25:35 PM
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i really dislike the chart layout that you currently use on clarkmoody, but its better than anyone else.

Thank you?

I debated a while when I first created the site whether to do the vertical book. I didn't because MtGox allows 5 decimal places for price. This means that rows would be jumping around all the time (similar to ungrouped book here). I had never seen that in vertical market depth displays. Price was always 2 decimals.

That being said, I will probably create it at some point, to bring in more traders. But I still have to work out what to do to keep the vertical book from being unusable due to rows jumping in and out all the time. And I probably won't do blank rows if there are no orders at that level, since the book could be mostly blank if you're looking at a 0.001 interval, for instance.

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April 16, 2013, 04:33:57 PM
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Hello Clark,

It might be the case that this has been suggested around here (I didn't manage to read the entire thread), but are there any plans on providing supports for adjusting the EMAs ? I believe right now you show 10 and 21, I would like to either use custom values (which will likely be much more expensive on your side) or at least have options for other ones.

Thanks for the excellent free charts, by the way. Smiley
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April 16, 2013, 06:23:32 PM
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... are there any plans on providing supports for adjusting the EMAs ? I believe right now you show 10 and 21, I would like to either use custom values (which will likely be much more expensive on your side) or at least have options for other ones.

See this response:
please allow us to remove those ridiculous moving averages off the charts

better yet allow specifing our own ranges... and/or converting when you move periods.   A 10/21 EMA on the minute chart is not of much use....  but i would like to set my EMA up then have it 'stay the same' as I move around the data.

The current chart lacks features that RTBTC will have. I could add a 'no EMAs' option to the current chart, but I will not be able to put in too much more customization right now.

In short: wait for RTBTC

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April 16, 2013, 06:27:10 PM
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Looks nice, signed up and will see if it fits my needs  Wink
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April 16, 2013, 07:35:44 PM
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Hello Clark,

It might be the case that this has been suggested around here (I didn't manage to read the entire thread), but are there any plans on providing supports for adjusting the EMAs ? I believe right now you show 10 and 21, I would like to either use custom values (which will likely be much more expensive on your side) or at least have options for other ones.

Thanks for the excellent free charts, by the way. Smiley


I'd love to see the MACD.
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April 17, 2013, 06:08:11 AM
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Clark,

Thanks for this great resource! It wasn't till I found your chart that I felt like I even had a chance of knowing what I was doing. I've never been interested in financial trading but now I'm reading everything I can. I'm totally addicted. Sent you a small tip, more later when my bitcoin situation improves ^^;;

A few things I would love to see:

- Option for local time zone and 12-hour-time, because my tiny brain is already overwhelmed and can barely handle doing the extra math
- Moving average lines overlapping the candlesticks, because sometimes those get in the way. Alternatively, the candlesticks could be translucent
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April 17, 2013, 12:55:22 PM
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I love your site. Very professional implementation.

Thank you!

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April 17, 2013, 07:44:13 PM
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Clark,

The vertical wheel scrolling to zoom in and out on the chart is backwards in Firefox. Chrome and (ew) IE zoom in while scrolling up, but Firefox zooms out while scrolling up. This is because Firefox treats wheel up as a negative amount in the "originalEvent.detail" variable, while other browsers treat wheel up as a positive amount in the "originalEvent.wheelDelta" variable.

The DOMMouseScroll function in your JavaScript sets originalEvent.wheelData to originalEvent.detail multiplied by 60 on Firefox, but it should actually multiply it by negative 60.

Other than that, your chart looks nice and works pretty well.

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April 18, 2013, 06:19:28 AM
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Feature request:

Order selection.

Let us mark orders to be highlighted in a different order.

Thanks for the awesome site.

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April 19, 2013, 04:56:02 AM
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Are you looking for any help with the project? I've got some solid php/javascript experience.

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April 19, 2013, 04:37:52 PM
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Thanks everyone  Smiley

The vertical wheel scrolling to zoom in and out on the chart is backwards in Firefox. Chrome and (ew) IE zoom in while scrolling up, but Firefox zooms out while scrolling up. This is because Firefox treats wheel up as a negative amount in the "originalEvent.detail" variable, while other browsers treat wheel up as a positive amount in the "originalEvent.wheelDelta" variable.

The DOMMouseScroll function in your JavaScript sets originalEvent.wheelData to originalEvent.detail multiplied by 60 on Firefox, but it should actually multiply it by negative 60.

Other than that, your chart looks nice and works pretty well.

If you only ever used Firefox, you wouldn't know the difference  Wink

I know there are scrolling problems, especially on Mac with the trackpad. If anyone wants to donate a Mac for testing, feel free. I don't have one, so it could take some time to get this worked out.

I won't add MACD to this site. It is available on RTBTC.

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April 21, 2013, 02:40:46 AM
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I very much look forward to RTBTC  Grin  I am curious how much will it cost, and also am wondering if you have any ETA on when it will be ready for launch?  I am a college student with lots of debt, so I hope it will not be too expensive Wink

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