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January 10, 2012, 07:56:07 PM
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I was looking at the market depth on bitcoin.clarkmoody.com, and it struck me as being very thin both ways. Currently that table says it would take about 10000 BTC to push the price to around either 3.7 or 9.45. However, btccharts.com and mtgoxlive say the book is already 35,000 BTC deep at around 5.8 or 7.5. Quite a discrepancy - what gives?

edit: Now it's changed quite a bit, more like 22,0000 to 3.7, but still way off what the other charts are saying.

edit2: OK, if I reload the depth gets thinner again on clarkmoody.com. Some kind of connection issue I guess, it's having trouble downloading the whole ordebook.

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January 10, 2012, 08:04:03 PM
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I have noticed this before. There have been times when massive 2000btc walls are only visible on clarkmoody and nowhere else, and apparently vise versa today for me at least.
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January 10, 2012, 09:39:48 PM
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I was looking at the market depth on bitcoin.clarkmoody.com, and it struck me as being very thin both ways. Currently that table says it would take about 10000 BTC to push the price to around either 3.7 or 9.45. However, btccharts.com and mtgoxlive say the book is already 35,000 BTC deep at around 5.8 or 7.5. Quite a discrepancy - what gives?

edit: Now it's changed quite a bit, more like 22,0000 to 3.7, but still way off what the other charts are saying.

edit2: OK, if I reload the depth gets thinner again on clarkmoody.com. Some kind of connection issue I guess, it's having trouble downloading the whole ordebook.

The data on bitcoin.clarkmoody.com reflects the depth of market download from https://mtgox.com/api/1/BTCUSD/public/fulldepth. I just checked, and there is a difference between my site and mtgoxlive. I also independently downloaded the depth table and computed some sample sums manually.

It's almost as if the API is reporting different numbers to different sites.

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January 10, 2012, 09:54:24 PM
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I was looking at the market depth on bitcoin.clarkmoody.com, and it struck me as being very thin both ways. Currently that table says it would take about 10000 BTC to push the price to around either 3.7 or 9.45. However, btccharts.com and mtgoxlive say the book is already 35,000 BTC deep at around 5.8 or 7.5. Quite a discrepancy - what gives?

edit: Now it's changed quite a bit, more like 22,0000 to 3.7, but still way off what the other charts are saying.

edit2: OK, if I reload the depth gets thinner again on clarkmoody.com. Some kind of connection issue I guess, it's having trouble downloading the whole ordebook.

The data on bitcoin.clarkmoody.com reflects the depth of market download from https://mtgox.com/api/1/BTCUSD/public/fulldepth. I just checked, and there is a difference between my site and mtgoxlive. I also independently downloaded the depth table and computed some sample sums manually.

It's almost as if the API is reporting different numbers to different sites.

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January 10, 2012, 10:04:29 PM
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I smelt it also when I first noticed this. haha
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January 12, 2012, 05:37:46 AM
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January 12, 2012, 06:04:14 AM
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I still prefer your chart tool to any others Clark. It does occasionally bug up but im assuming thats because of issues from MTGox side for the msot part. Keep up the good work!

It would be awesome if you could program that into a secure downloadable bitcoin trading platform that integrates with MTGox API for those such as myself who cant be bothered to learn another type of programming. All you would have to do is integrate some buy sell orders with simple gui. I suggest this to you of course because you have the best chart website and if you could code this site you could easily code a nice trading platform.
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January 12, 2012, 06:10:24 AM
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As to the missing orders: that was my fault. I got careless with the 32-bit integer thing on PHP, and it wasn't sending the full-sized orders from my server (I grab the book from MtGox with my server and send it to the client).


It would be awesome if you could program that into a secure downloadable bitcoin trading platform that integrates with MTGox API for those such as myself who cant be bothered to learn another type of programming. All you would have to do is integrate some buy sell orders with simple gui. I suggest this to you of course because you have the best chart website and if you could code this site you could easily code a nice trading platform.

You will be pleasantly surprised in the coming weeks  Wink

Stay tuned.

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January 12, 2012, 06:11:49 AM
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As to the missing orders: that was my fault. I got careless with the 32-bit integer thing on PHP, and it wasn't sending the full-sized orders from my server (I grab the book from MtGox with my server and send it to the client).


It would be awesome if you could program that into a secure downloadable bitcoin trading platform that integrates with MTGox API for those such as myself who cant be bothered to learn another type of programming. All you would have to do is integrate some buy sell orders with simple gui. I suggest this to you of course because you have the best chart website and if you could code this site you could easily code a nice trading platform.

You will be pleasantly surprised in the coming weeks  Wink

Stay tuned.

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January 12, 2012, 06:12:25 AM
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As to the missing orders: that was my fault. I got careless with the 32-bit integer thing on PHP, and it wasn't sending the full-sized orders from my server (I grab the book from MtGox with my server and send it to the client).


It would be awesome if you could program that into a secure downloadable bitcoin trading platform that integrates with MTGox API for those such as myself who cant be bothered to learn another type of programming. All you would have to do is integrate some buy sell orders with simple gui. I suggest this to you of course because you have the best chart website and if you could code this site you could easily code a nice trading platform.

You will be pleasantly surprised in the coming weeks  Wink

Stay tuned.

This is BIG NEWS! I will definitely be donating for that.

Me too. Especially if it includes bitcoinica API and data.

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