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August 08, 2018, 03:49:17 PM
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Hi can any one suggest a formula that can calculate actual price of a crypto based on marketcap, 24hr volume and circulating supply or any other factor other than average price being traded on exchange websites?
Or any formula that can determine wether current price has bubble or is lower than expected?
i would appreciate any help
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August 08, 2018, 04:33:10 PM
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Hi can any one suggest a formula that can calculate actual price of a crypto based on marketcap, 24hr volume and circulating supply or any other factor other than average price being traded on exchange websites?
Or any formula that can determine wether current price has bubble or is lower than expected?
i would appreciate any help
just focus on ome or two pairs tokens look in a day how many volume and circulating.when volume over 1 million i will biy those tolens

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August 08, 2018, 05:06:19 PM
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Hi can any one suggest a formula that can calculate actual price of a crypto based on marketcap, 24hr volume and circulating supply or any other factor other than average price being traded on exchange websites?
Or any formula that can determine wether current price has bubble or is lower than expected?
i would appreciate any help
just focus on ome or two pairs tokens look in a day how many volume and circulating.when volume over 1 million i will biy those tolens
That's a good way of detecting when to buy, but i need a mathematical formula to calculate an actual price without bubble or downside
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August 08, 2018, 05:26:57 PM
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Hi can any one suggest a formula that can calculate actual price of a crypto based on marketcap, 24hr volume and circulating supply or any other factor other than average price being traded on exchange websites?
Or any formula that can determine wether current price has bubble or is lower than expected?
i would appreciate any help
just focus on ome or two pairs tokens look in a day how many volume and circulating.when volume over 1 million i will biy those tolens
That's a good way of detecting when to buy, but i need a mathematical formula to calculate an actual price without bubble or downside

No one ever does have and if ever they had formula I bet they won't share it to us and keep them for themselves only. I am sure of one thing, if the token you hold have large amount of 24h volume trading then I guess the current price you usually see is the actual one. But if the token is just a pump and dump then you will see it has low volume on trading in top exchanges.

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August 08, 2018, 07:35:53 PM
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Hi can any one suggest a formula that can calculate actual price of a crypto based on marketcap, 24hr volume and circulating supply or any other factor other than average price being traded on exchange websites?
Or any formula that can determine wether current price has bubble or is lower than expected?
i would appreciate any help
just focus on ome or two pairs tokens look in a day how many volume and circulating.when volume over 1 million i will biy those tolens
That's a good way of detecting when to buy, but i need a mathematical formula to calculate an actual price without bubble or downside

No one ever does have and if ever they had formula I bet they won't share it to us and keep them for themselves only. I am sure of one thing, if the token you hold have large amount of 24h volume trading then I guess the current price you usually see is the actual one. But if the token is just a pump and dump then you will see it has low volume on trading in top exchanges.

I saw it from some one, he could actually say the price of any coin has a buble or is less than expected price, but as you say, yes he didn't share it with me.
I was trying to find a relation myself and write a formula but i'm not so good at financial stuff, so i was wondering if anyone has ever came up with this idea.
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August 08, 2018, 08:14:53 PM
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You do not need any special formula to calculate the price of any coin in the market. You just want to complicate things for yourself. Just go to the coinmarketcap, the price and the volume you see currently is want you will work with.

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August 08, 2018, 08:28:00 PM
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You do not need any special formula to calculate the price of any coin in the market. You just want to complicate things for yourself. Just go to the coinmarketcap, the price and the volume you see currently is want you will work with.
That's not my question friend, i know coinmarketcap gives you the price, but it is the average price being traded on exchanges.
I need this formula for prediction stuff.
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August 08, 2018, 08:28:43 PM
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Hi can any one suggest a formula that can calculate actual price of a crypto based on marketcap, 24hr volume and circulating supply or any other factor other than average price being traded on exchange websites?
Or any formula that can determine wether current price has bubble or is lower than expected?
i would appreciate any help
just focus on ome or two pairs tokens look in a day how many volume and circulating.when volume over 1 million i will biy those tolens
That's a good way of detecting when to buy, but i need a mathematical formula to calculate an actual price without bubble or downside

No one ever does have and if ever they had formula I bet they won't share it to us and keep them for themselves only. I am sure of one thing, if the token you hold have large amount of 24h volume trading then I guess the current price you usually see is the actual one. But if the token is just a pump and dump then you will see it has low volume on trading in top exchanges.

I saw it from some one, he could actually say the price of any coin has a buble or is less than expected price, but as you say, yes he didn't share it with me.
I was trying to find a relation myself and write a formula but i'm not so good at financial stuff, so i was wondering if anyone has ever came up with this idea.
Most people don't get your what you're trying to say but I understand you very well. Am sure its part of tokenmetrics. I also wish I know how to do such calculations. An example is when if you know tokenmetrics, then you will know that the ICO price of bankers was very expensive.
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August 08, 2018, 08:30:28 PM
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Hi can any one suggest a formula that can calculate actual price of a crypto based on marketcap, 24hr volume and circulating supply or any other factor other than average price being traded on exchange websites?
Or any formula that can determine wether current price has bubble or is lower than expected?
i would appreciate any help
just focus on ome or two pairs tokens look in a day how many volume and circulating.when volume over 1 million i will biy those tolens
That's a good way of detecting when to buy, but i need a mathematical formula to calculate an actual price without bubble or downside

No one ever does have and if ever they had formula I bet they won't share it to us and keep them for themselves only. I am sure of one thing, if the token you hold have large amount of 24h volume trading then I guess the current price you usually see is the actual one. But if the token is just a pump and dump then you will see it has low volume on trading in top exchanges.

I saw it from some one, he could actually say the price of any coin has a buble or is less than expected price, but as you say, yes he didn't share it with me.
I was trying to find a relation myself and write a formula but i'm not so good at financial stuff, so i was wondering if anyone has ever came up with this idea.
Most people don't get your what you're trying to say but I understand you very well. Am sure its part of tokenmetrics. I also wish I know how to do such calculations. An example is when if you know tokenmetrics, then you will know that the ICO price of bankers was very expensive.
Yes,  exactly, i should try buy the formula from the guy that had it, it worths the risk i think Cheesy
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August 08, 2018, 10:45:55 PM
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Unfortunately, there is no such a formula which defines a price through a market capitalization and a daily volume because it is impossible. In fact, a price is defined by demand and supply in each moment of time. I think you should try to trade manually some time to figure out the system of pricing. A market capitalization and a daily volume  which you has mentioned are useful for some kinds of analysis but actually there is no formula which combines them together to yield a price.

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August 09, 2018, 10:00:33 AM
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Unfortunately, there is no such a formula which defines a price through a market capitalization and a daily volume because it is impossible. In fact, a price is defined by demand and supply in each moment of time. I think you should try to trade manually some time to figure out the system of pricing. A market capitalization and a daily volume  which you has mentioned are useful for some kinds of analysis but actually there is no formula which combines them together to yield a price.
Well if you think about it, 24hr volume is demand and circulating supply is the supply, and surely there are some calculations to determine a price, the base prices don't come from the sky on exchanges.
So after the price is determined by some calculations this is the traders who adjust the price thay may add bubbles to the price or make the price lower than it must be, i'm figuring out a way to detect the ACTUAL price.
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