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March 27, 2014, 05:41:52 PM
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A lot of us are look at the bidsum on Bitstamp and getting worried... but maybe we are just seeing the effects of an increased number of exchanges diffusing the bid orders.

Does anybody know of an easy way to monitor the aggregate bidsum across a dozen or so of the top exchanges?
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March 27, 2014, 05:57:03 PM
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March 27, 2014, 07:40:35 PM
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http://coinorama.net/

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Cool! Will definitely donate... however, can you point me to the exact place on the page where it adds up the bidsums on each orderbook? I kind of see them displayed individually... sorry if I am missing something obvious.

Also, does anyone know the size of Vaurum's orderbook?
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March 27, 2014, 08:12:29 PM
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http://coinorama.net/

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Cool! Will definitely donate... however, can you point me to the exact place on the page where it adds up the bidsums on each orderbook? I kind of see them displayed individually... sorry if I am missing something obvious.

Also, does anyone know the size of Vaurum's orderbook?

Ah, I see your point now. He started only with bid/sum *ratio*, so for that purpose he only has 'average' view over several exchanges. But if you head over to his thread I'm sure there's a chance to convince him to add 'sum over exchanges' as well.

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March 27, 2014, 08:16:39 PM
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Huobi depth is wrong since it only shows a small range.

Bitfenix depth is wrong because it can be faked

BTC-China depth is almost static, but has dropped about 20% in asks and 40% in bids in a month

BTC-E depth is too small (and not rising) to matter


Other chinese exchanges - Huh

Eur exchanges - way too small to matter

So in the end, Bitstamp speaks for all exchanges when it comes to visible bid/ask depth.
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