Historical Data

CSV for bitcoin price history

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We have a new CSV download feature for candle data from over 5700+ crypto-currency markets. You can check it out here https://tokendatabase.com/download
Let me know if you have any requests or feedback!
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Where can I get a Bitcoin daily price history dump (either MySQL, csv/Excel, json)?

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Where can I get a Bitcoin daily price history dump (either MySQL, csv/Excel, json)? /r/Bitcoin

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Tool for calculating the USD value of staking income for a particular address and timeframe

Hey Tezos community,
Is there a tool I can point at a Tezos address that will tell me the cumulative USD staking income for that address over a specified timeframe?
Tax day in the US is coming up, and I need to report my staking income in terms of the USD market price of XTZ at the time of each reward.
I looked briefly at a couple tools, including bitcoin.tax and koinly.io, but didn't see an easy way to calculate my staking income. In theory it should be simple - you just need historical XTZ prices and a transaction history like any Tezos explorer provides - so I'm guessing the tool is out there, somewhere.
Thanks!
UPDATE 2020 June 29: I ended up downloading historical XTZ / USD prices as a CSV from https://coinmetrics.io/community-network-data/ and my wallet histories as CSVs from https://tzkt.io/. Then I did the analysis in a Google Colab. I didn't find any online tools that worked for me, despite the comments below.
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How to get transaction history for a ledger Bitcoin address

Hey so I'm an Aussie and we've got the mother of all regulations on crypto here. Our federal tax office wants every transaction, from every address, all of the fees, the prices of all tokens involved in AUD at the time of transaction. Etc. Etc.
Long story short, I need to get alot of data for my tax agent. And the bit I'm up to, is getting the bitcoin transactions in CSV form, from my ledger. The built in 'export transactions as CSV' feature on ledger live doesn't have enough data to satiate Australian tax regulations. However, looking up the Ethereum wallet addresses listed on ledger live with something like etherscan, does provide me with enough info to export as a CSV. I get a nice list of transactions in and out of that wallet address, fees, times etc.
I need the same thing for my Bitcoin addresses. But when I look them up on the public blockchain with something like blockstream, I get this giant list of fractured data, with confirmations and all kinds of unnecessary info, but not the essential stuff, like a transaction history. It's hard to even find the total balance for a single wallet, that I can easily see on ledger live.
Does anyone know how to get a nice, linear transaction history from a Bitcoin address, complete with fees, time, hash number etc. So I can give it to the tax man?
And for other Aussies out there suffering, if I can tie up this last loose end ill do up a little guide for the rest of us trying to get through this shit
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API Flaw - Transaction History

I've already opened a support ticket about this but would like to post here to give more visibility to those who utilize Gemini's API.
As of this writing, Gemini's API docs state this to fetch your trade history:
The problem lies in their advice to perform X+1 and Y+1. Even when using a millisecond timestamp, it is possible for Gemini's trading engine to match more than one trade per millisecond (quite a lot more in fact). If you have multiple open trades resting on the order book that are close together in price, during times of high volatility it may so happen that both your trades get filled in the same millisecond.
Now, if you're fetching your trade history, and the first element in the response payload, contains data for a trade which was executed on the very same millisecond of your NEXT trade, you'll skip fetching data for that next trade if you increase your millisecond value by one for your next request.
Solution: Do NOT increase your timestampms value for your next request by 1, instead, use the same timestampms for the next request. This will result in your next request containing at least one duplicate (which is the first element, from the prior request). Discard any duplicates in the current request from the prior, by comparing tid values for the trades.
Which leads me to my next point: It is also possible, for Gemini's trading engine to execute more than 500 trades in a single millisecond. If you encounter more than 500 trades on the same trading pair, in the same millisecond, you now have no way to get an accurate representation of your full trading history via the /v1/mytrades API endpoint. You're now stuck in a situation where if you request 500 trades for the millisecond this event occurred, all trades returned are of the same millisecond value. If you utilize the same timestampms for the next request, you get the same results as before. Whereas if you increase timestampms value by one, you've encountered a gap in your trading history.
I've reported this to them and am awaiting their response. I'm not sure what they'll come back with. While this is certainly an edge case, it is one that is very easily reproduce-able. At today's prices if we assume Bitcoin is trading at $10,000, all it would take is for someone to script out 501 individual, maker-or-cancel orders for 0.00001 BTC each all at the same price (don't ask why, but for the sake of argument here...). This is only about $50.10 worth of Bitcoin. Because they were executed in a scripted fashion all for the same price, it is highly likely that they're now sitting on the order book right next to each other with little to no orders from other customers between them. Now comes along a taker order from the opposing side of the order book, that is large enough to fill all these orders at once, and you've created this scenario I describe above.
Just thinking out loud here, but if the /v1/mytrades endpoint were to add an optional since_tid parameter to it's valid payload, Gemini could resolve both issues above while eliminating the need to "use the same timestamp as the first element in the payload for the next, and discard duplicates". Since a since_tid parameter could accept a transaction id to respond records for after in addition to the timestamp supplied. Now, for the scenario of "if we have a response where the first element contains data for a trade, that has the same millesecond timestamp as your next trade", we don't have to discard duplicates in the next payload (as the since_tid helped get transactions after what would have been a duplicate). And for the scenario "what if more than 500 transactions occur in the same millisecond", a since_tid parameter would allow you to request the next page for your transaction history, using the same millisecond value, and allow you to specify how far along in that millisecond you need data for.
This was long winded I apologize. For those that read through entirely and followed along, I can now simply say to you: the "Transaction History" page in the web browser interface of exchange.gemini.com/history and exchange.sandbox.gemini.com/history also suffer this same issue, except it is much more easily recreated due to the hard coded page limit of 25. While this page shows the history for orders not individual transactions, this same issue can occur if you have more than 25 orders fill in the same millesecond. Clicking to the next page, will skip data from your order history (I have confirmed this by paging through, and comparing results from the API since this allows for a much larger page size).
Cheers.

Update 2019.08.11

Gemini has responded to me about this and they gave a pretty canned response...
Thank you for reporting this. We are aware of this issue and are exploring potential solutions. Once a solution is in place I will be sure to let you know and we will update our documentation.
I'm trying to continue to follow up with them on how one can get a full picture of their trading history (possibly by emailing them directly for specific timestampms values), as it turns out I have also had this scenario happen to me in production as well. Of course it's possible to download this data in XLSX format from their Web UI, and convert that to CSV, and then parse that out.
But that's why we have APIs... To take the manual work out and reduce error prone manual tasks.
As a side note, they could "update their documentation" today. It's flat out incorrect (the advice to increase the timestampms by one for the next request every time).

Update 2019.08.12

After inquiring if it is possible to receive the full JSON payload for individual timestampms values via email, this was the response:
Again thank you for your feedback. Our engineers are currently working on a solution for this and I will be sure to let you know when it is live. Unfortunately, we are unable to send you your trade data in JSON format. However, you can download your full transaction history here: https://exchange.sandbox.gemini.com/history
Noticing a slight verbiage change here, "currently working on a solution" as opposed to "exploring potential solutions". Hope to see an update on their API Docs in the near future here, glad it sounds like this will be resolved.
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Groestlcoin September 2019 Development Release/Update!

For a more interactive view of changes, click here
In our current world; bordering on financial chaos, with tariff wars, Brexit and hyperinflation rife, you can count on Groestlcoin to consistently produce innovation that strikes to take the power away from the few and into the many, even after a full five and a half years of solid development.
Here is what the team has already announced in the last 3 months since the last development update:

What's Being Released Today?

Groestl Nodes

What am I?

Groestl Nodes aims to map out and compare the status of the Groestlcoin mainnet and testnet networks. Even though these networks share the same protocol, there is currently no way to directly compare these coins in a single location. These statistics are essential to evaluate the relative health of both networks.

Features

Source - Website

Groestlcoin Transaction Tool

What am I?

This is a tool for creating unsigned raw Groestlcoin transactions and also to verify existing transactions by entering in the transaction hex and converting this to a human-readable format to verify that a transaction is correct before it is signed.

Features

SourceDownload

Groestlcoin AGCore

What am I?

AGCore is an Android app designed to make it easier to run a Groestlcoin Core node on always-on Android appliances such as set-top boxes, Android TVs and repurposed tablets/phones. If you are a non-technical user of Groestlcoin and want an Android app that makes it easy to run a Groestlcoin Core node by acting as a wrapper, then AG Core is the right choice for you.

What's Changed?

Source - Download

Groestlcoin Electrum

What's Changed?

Android Electrum-Specific

OSXWindowsWindows StandaloneWindows PortableLinux - Android
Server SourceServer Installer SourceClient SourceIcon SourceLocale Source

Android Wallet – Including Android Wallet Testnet

What am I?

Android Wallet is a BIP-0032 compatible hierarchial deterministic Groestlcoin Wallet, allowing you to send and receive Groestlcoin via QR codes and URI links.

V7.11.1 Changes

Groestlcoin Java Library SourceSource - DownloadTestnet Download

Groestlwallet

What am I?

Groestlwallet is designed to protect you from malware, browser security holes, even physical theft. With AES hardware encryption, app sandboxing, keychain and code signatures, groestlwallet represents a significant security advance over web and desktop wallets, and other mobile platforms.
Simplicity is groestlwallet's core design principle. Because groestlwallet is "deterministic", your balance and entire transaction history can be restored from just your recovery phrase.

iOS 0.7.3 Changes

Android v89 Changes

iOS SourceAndroid Source - Android DownloadiOS Download

Groestlcoinomi Released

What am I?

Groestlcoinomi is a lightweight thin-client Groestlcoin wallet based on a client-server protocol.

Groestlcoinomi v1.1 Desktop Changes

Groestlcoinomi Android v1.6 Changes

Groestlcoin Java Library SourceAndroid Source
Android DownloadWindows DownloadMac OS DownloadLinux Download

Groestlcoin BIP39 Tool

What's Changed?

Source - Download
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How I used TurboTax to report my crypto trading activity with 3,000+ transactions

Hey guys! I posted this in /CryptoCurrency as well, but thought the US folks here might find this useful. Let me know what you think of my guide for un-complicating your cryptocurrency taxes!
I needed a way to calculate my proceeds and cost basis for over 3,000 cryptocurrency transactions that would be extremely tiresome to enter into tax preparation software by hand. GDAX, my exchange of choice, doesn’t file a 1099-B brokerage statement with the IRS (since cryptocurrency is personal property in the US), so there was no easy way apparent to me at first to get these numbers.
In the end, I did some research and pieced together a solution that I couldn’t easily find elsewhere. Apologies in advance if this is common knowledge already found elsewhere. Hope this helps someone!
Disclaimer: I am not a tax professional. This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. This is merely my unqualified account of how I chose to do my own cryptocurrency tax preparation for this year.

Selecting a cryptocurrency tax reporting service

In my research, I came across two candidates for calculating my gain/loss: CoinTracking and BitcoinTaxes. I’ve summarized some quick points about each, as well as features they share:
BitcoinTaxes fit my personal use case the best, so I’ll be using their service in this guide. If you’d like to support me for writing this guide, feel free to PM me for my referral link, but I won't post it here so as to not violate the subreddit rules.
Note for GDAX-only traders: I also came across a completely free service called GDAX 8949 that is only compatible with GDAX. I haven’t tested it myself, but it could be worth a look.

Getting started with BitcoinTaxes

BitcoinTaxes has a lot of tools for gathering your cryptocurrency transactions from multiple sources, so I’ll give a quick overview of what some of these areas of the website are for:
Use any available import functions to import your trades and transactions for the 2017 tax year.

Downloading a Form 8949

Depending on your circumstances, you may have a large number of transactions that span tens or maybe hundreds of pages. When I first exported my Form 8949 as a PDF, the resulting document was over 400 pages long, since Form 8949 only has lines for 14 transactions per page! Luckily, per Form 8949, Exception 2 the IRS also accepts other formats of trade statements as long as it includes the same information as the form itself.
Go to the Reports & Export tab in BitcoinTaxes after you’ve imported all of your transaction history for the year.

Small-volume traders (<500 transactions)

If you don’t have hundred of transactions, you can get away with filing a Form 8949 PDF. Click the Download button and click “Form 8949 PDF”. Fill your legal name and SSN/TIN so they get filled to each page of the generated 8949. Once the PDF is generated, you’ll be able to download it from the same screen.
Be sure to copy down the “Schedule D” section underneath the form downloads area. This box contains the information you’ll need in order to report your capital gains in TurboTax, since the Form 8949 containing that information will be sent separately.

Large-volume traders

For those with larger volumes of trades, a Form 8949 PDF would likely have too many pages to economically print and mail in. As such, we’ll generate a CSV statement for Form 8949 and print that instead.
From the same Reports & Export tab, click the Download button, followed by “Form 8949 Statement”. This will download a .csv file to your computer containing all transactions for the tax year, separated into Part I (for short-term capital gain/loss) and Part II (for long-term).
Open the CSV and scroll down to the bottom of both the Part I and Part II sections. Alternatively, search for “Totals” in the CSV.
In each of the Totals rows, you can find your short- and long-term proceeds (Column D) and cost basis (Column E). Copy these values for both Part I and Part II of your Form 8949 Statement.

Entering statement info into TurboTax

Now, you should have proceeds and cost basis numbers for both your short-term and long-term trades.
TurboTax has a guide in their help center that gives some pointers about how to enter large numbers of stock transactions. Check out that guide to get to the correct page for entering your proceeds and cost basis. If you’re not using TurboTax, find the area of your tax preparation software where you would enter information from a 1099-B.
Add an institution to TurboTax for your crypto trading. Since I only traded on GDAX in 2017, I just named my institution “GDAX”, but the name is irrelevant. No account number is required.
Then, do the following once each for both your Part I (short-term) and Part II (long-term) transactions:
  1. Click the button to add a new sale if you are not already on that screen.
  2. Enter your total proceeds and cost basis as calculated by BitcoinTaxes
  3. For the “Sales category”, select the “not reported” option (either Box C or Box F) for either short-term or long-term sales.
  4. Click Done to save your sale.
Once you’ve entered both short- and long-term sales into TurboTax, all that remains are some considerations when filing your taxes to make sure that you file your Form 8949 with the IRS.

Filing your Form 8949

If you’re mailing in your return, you’re done! Just make sure to print out your Form 8949 and include it with the rest of your return.
However, since I’m using TurboTax Online, I have no way of including my Form 8949 with my e-filing to the IRS. The IRS provides Form 8453 for filing extra information via snail mail associated with an e-filed return. Be sure to read the second page of Form 8453 for specific instructions on where to send these forms.
All that’s left to do:
  1. E-file normally, making sure your Schedule D in your return is accurate per the data BitcoinTaxes provided
  2. Print and fill out Form 8453.
  3. Print out your exported Form 8949.
  4. Mail Form 8453 and your full Form 8949 to the IRS within 3 business days of acknowledgement that the IRS has accepted your e-filed return.

Conclusion

Taxes for cryptocurrency investments may seem daunting at first, but they shouldn’t have to be scary. Hopefully I helped someone! Let me know your feedback in the comments if I helped you or if I got something wrong.
Edit: Thanks anon for the gold!
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The Core Development Scalability Roadmap

Around summer 2015 when the scalability debate was heating up, two bitcoin conferences were organized. One in Montreal and the other in Hong Kong.
After Hong Kong, an email was written to the bitcoin developer mailing list. It became the unofficial manifesto of the pro-Core side in the scalability debate.
This "Core Scalability Roadmap" is well worth a read: https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-Decembe011865.html
18 months on, it's interesting to see how much of it has happened.
Libsecp256k1 has been added to bitcoin and provided a 7x speed up for initial blockchain synchronization. Pruning has been added, which allows a full node to be used without storing the entire blockchain. A number of options for limiting traffic have been added which makes it easier to use a full node on a bandwidth-constrained computer. OP_CLTV and OP_CSV have been added to bitcoin as soft forks. Lightning exists now on the testnet in alpha, it allows instant bitcoin transactions that are much cheaper and more private.
The major feature missing is segregated witness, which increases the block size as a soft fork along with several other features. The way soft forks work right now is that miners have a veto on them, and it seems many miners don't want to take either side in the scalability debate. So nothing happens. Which is understandable in a sense that miners didn't ask to be political entities, their job was only ever to set the history and ordering of bitcoin transactions. There are some new thoughts about user-activated-soft-fork which could activate soft forks without all this politics that miners have to keep up with, although the idea is still in the early stages.
Back when the scalability debate started the bitcoin price was about $250, as I write today it's nearing $1280; higher than it's ever been. So despite the holdup with segwit it's fair to say things are going pretty well.
edit: the roadmap of features in less dense form: https://bitcoincore.org/en/2015/12/23/capacity-increases-faq/
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Please help - Margin and short position trades - JAFX - Able to enter accurately with Bitcoin.tax?

EDIT: I am in the U.S., asking in reference to U.S. tax filing for 2018

I've been searching and can't seem to find enough information regarding this topic. I traded through JAFX last year using a margin account, long and short positions. I am able to pull all of the transaction history, including date/time of trade open/close, price at position open, price at position close, profit/loss per trade, etc... (fairly detailed and contains all pertinent information)

I'm having to manually create an excel spreadsheet (can do CSV too) but when I enter into bitcoin.tax:
  1. I have to manually adjust the position size (as it lists, for example, .25 LTC although the total position value was 25LTC (.25 of 1:10 leverage) - changed leverage a few times throughout the year so I'll have to figure each of those out to make sure they calculate correctly
  2. I have to adjust the short positions as sell first then a buy but the date/time confuses the calculator because it has sells before buy
  3. Other various editing issues which I can identify and resolve like formatting of date/time not accepted on all lines, etc....
  4. If I go through the trouble of continuing with this excel sheet, will it calculate correctly with the mismatched times and confusion over sells before buys or is it possible to file these trades as a lump somehow?
Also, I funded the account through Coinbase, I have not uploaded my CB data into Bitcoin.tax yet but I'm assuming it will show the BTC transfer out. I have the JAFX incoming transfer information/amounts (transferred from CB as BTC, received in JAFX as USD - I can disregard fees and pay whatever tax on the full amount of the BTC transfer, if possible) so I can easily justify receipt of those funds from somewhere. All of the money sent from Coinbase to JAFX was ultimately lost, so at the end of the year my balance was $0 with no withdrawals out, only $1.36 for inactivity, withdrawn to JAFX, not to my bank or account.

Any suggestion on how to handle these trades?? The rest of my trades were through Coinbase and Binance so I'll use API to get those in but this group of trades are a nuisance...

Thank you in advance to anyone that can help!!
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Stream of thought notes as I create a store on OpenBazaar

Kudos

First, let me say that I think OpenBazaar is very impressive. I've been following the project off and on since Amir Taaki created DarkMarket, and I think the product has really improved over where it was just a year ago. I think it's quite usable now, and I'm excited to promote my store.
So, please keep in mind that overall, I'm very happy with it, even as you read about some of the difficulties/suggestions for improvements. Thanks for listening!

tl;dr

If I had to pick my top three biggest difficulties, it would be as follows:
  1. The listing Description editor is pretty buggy, with numerous formatting glitches. And there's no way to drop down to Markdown/html to fix it. Adding a Markdown editor would be quite helpful.
  2. Terms and Conditions box removes all formatting. So it's useless for anything longer than a paragraph. I had to move my T&C into the listing description so that it was legible. All text boxes should use the same editor, IMHO.
  3. The variant system is not very intuitive, and buggy. I think it could be improved by:
    1. Allow user to define the variant fields, then allow them to add them a row at a time.
    2. Add a way to accept variants as csv file.
    That way, we could edit the variants in a spread sheet (and apply our own rules with the much more powerful and familiar spreadsheet formulas). It should also not be tied to the single price field at the top. IMHO, you either use the single price or you use the variant system. There should also be a link to a "Detailed Description" page with a box for a more detailed description, and ability to add photographs, so you can explain the variant in more detail.

Stream of Consciousness

It would be nice if we could set surcharge as percentage of base fee.
It’s not obvious how to set prices for variants, especially for services. How is one supposed to know that you should turn on “inventory control”?
Sometimes the title for a listing gets truncated when saved — caused by quotes perhaps?
Would be nice to have default “Terms and conditions” for listings, rather than have to enter a different one for each.
It would be helpful if we could configure the profile “Page" to be the landing page, instead of the listings. For services especially, you want to be able to explain who you are, before getting into the services you offer. It would also be nice if we could have more "Pages".
Description templates - it would be helpful if there were description templates, so that every listing with the template were updated, instead of having to do it one by one.
It would be handy if you could “select all” for the “unlimited” column.
It should be possible to load variants from a spreadsheet/CSV. That way, user can edit variants in spreadsheet, instead of tediously one by one for each listing. Maybe embed sheetjs?
Order of variants gets easily messed up—add a new variant, and it doesn’t go in the order listed, but in some other unclear order.
The quantity field should be on the same page as the listing above the Buy Now button, not on the second page
Should be able to edit descriptions in Markdown.
Should be able to set default categories to display to newcomers, and order of display.
Doesn't appear that you can edit html links.
Shipping field should be togglable for service items.
Should be able to set default sort order.
Some items are add-ons that only makes sense if you’ve purchased something else. These shouldn’t be displayed in the global listings, so as to avoid cluttering up the search engines. Listings should be togglable.
The Terms and Conditions box doesn't have the same text editor as the listing Description. All text fields should use the same editor listing description box.
Profile thumbnail doesn’t appear in “More by” listings.
Should be possible to archive a listing, so that it’s available for to revive in the future, but doesn’t clutter up the UI of the currently available listings.
Instead of forbidding selling items for zero dollars, it should be instead warn. For example, I might want to gift a coupon for $50 worth of tutoring to train a customer how to buy and use bitcoin, with the expectation that it will be deducted from a future purchase.
Store should remember that I want to see NSFW content.
Should be possible to change tags on multiple listings at once.
Should be possible to cut and paste tags.
Any way to delete/hide conversations? I don't want to see chat messages from months ago, or from spammers.
Should be possible to create a store template.
Photos should be resizable on the fly. If the photo is too large, it gets truncated.
I got a javascript warning when I attempted to delete some tags.
Is maxtags defined by number of tags? Character length? There should be a countdown so that you know how much of your tag quota you've used.
Buyers should be able to leave comments in a comment field when submitting their purchase.
How to delete conversations with customers? Are "best effort" disappearing messages possible?
Add ability to charge someone before they can initiate conversation with you (to cut down on spam messages).
Line spacing between bullet points seems to switch at random from single space to double space.
Sometimes the text turns red for no apparent reason.
Sometimes the text overwrites, rather than inserts. Had to restart to get it to stop behavior
All listings to have descriptors that can be
  • can be organized into categories
  • displayed as a checkbox
  • have an associated cost (toggle)
  • have an associated value (length, weight) (toggle)
App hung while I was trying to edit a listing, when I switched a list from numbered bullet points. Had to force quit to restart.
Autosave would be nice. Revertible edit history would be nice.
How to mute all communications?
Away message for chat?
Text snippets for canned responses to customer support requests?
Access Control List - eventually, I'll want to hire CS reps who should have some powers, but not others. For example:
  • Owner
  • Sysadmin
  • Customer Support
For example, a Customer Support rep. might have the power to:
  • Answer support questions only
  • Issue refunds
...whereas a sysadmin could:
  • edit listings
  • add listings
...and an Owner:
  • change password
  • edit profile
Terms and Conditions removes space formatting. It shouldn't do that.
Editor menu should remain visible, even as you scroll down a listing
Message alerts on mobile app?
The “You have an unsaved listing” message should have a save button.
Display hotkey combo for formatting options upon mouse-over.
Allow more than 40 characters in the title.
Should be able to give a 100% coupon and up to full price.
If you enter 0.0099 for a coupon, it accepts the coupon, and rounds it to 1 penny.
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Please provide an option to download a CSV file with the complete order history, for tax reporting purposes!

Please provide an option to download a CSV file with the complete order history, for tax purposes. Reporting crypto Tx's is necessary to be tax-compliant in the US, Europe and many other countries. Most large exchanges have such a feature, or they have an API that Tax-reporting apps can use.
The CSV file should be in a format that can be recognized by Crypto tax apps, e.g. http://bitcoin.tax , https://cointracking.info or https://taxtoken.io .
For example, bitcoin.tax format is:
The files must either contains the following fields or have these names in the header row:
For example:
Date,Action,Source,Symbol,Volume,Price,Currency,Fee
2014-01-01 13:00:00 -0800,BUY,Online,BTC,1,500,USD,5.50
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What Is WolfpackBot?

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The trading Bot will also provide users with trading access to the major cryptocurrency exchanges and the most profitable trading pairs, all from one Bot subscription. The Bot integrates with a built-in secure Hardware Wallet combined with a RFID card reader for crypto to FIAT conversions.
Additionally, WolfpackBOT is integrated with Wolvex Exchange that will use the Wolfcoin token as the base currency, Wolfpack Consulting, Wolfpack Mining, and Wolfpack Philanthropy with the aim of empowering customers, shareholders, and stakeholders to achieve sustainable wealth through cryptocurrency trading.

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Shorting Features:

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This feature enables users to automatically scan and convert all positions to USDT and then buy them back to base currency to resume trading under the signal of the Hidden Bull Divergence Indicator.

Coin Selector:

Users can select whether to trade all their cryptocurrencies or not trade at all. It will also enable them to view coins or tokens that have high trading volumes, their performance, and volatility.
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WolfpackBOT Trading Settings And Reports:

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These configurations and settings are suited for both amateur and expert traders since they can be adjusted with preset configurations for bear, sideways, and bull markets and to the current trends in the market.

Bull And Bear Market

The WereWolf settings are optimized for conditions that could be used in Bull Markets, Sideways markets, and Bear markets.

WolfpackBOT Help Center

Users can access the WolfpackBOT Help Center to learn about options, features, and abilities that are contained in the WolfpackBOT Trading Software.

Multiple Languages

Wolfpack BOT is compatible with multiple languages like Dutch, English, French, German, and Spanish; therefore, users can switch up the language of the entire BOT by simply clicking on the World Language Globe icon.

WolfpackBot WOLF Token ICO Details

Parameters Of The ICO

https://www.wolfpackbot.com/
https://www.wolfpackbot.com/Pdf/whitepaper_en.pdf
Bounty0x ID: chemist32
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WolfpackBot ICO (WOLF Token): Cryptocurrency Trading Bot System?

WolfpackBot ICO (WOLF Token): Cryptocurrency Trading Bot System?
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What Is WolfpackBot?

WolfpackBOT is an advanced cryptocurrency trading BOT that executes trades securely by using the advanced trading algorithms, the “Werewolf” Trading Analysis configurations, and customized settings based on each user’s unique trading style.
The trading Bot will also provide users with trading access to the major cryptocurrency exchanges and the most profitable trading pairs, all from one Bot subscription. The Bot integrates with a built-in secure Hardware Wallet combined with a RFID card reader for crypto to FIAT conversions.
Additionally, WolfpackBOT is integrated with Wolvex Exchange that will use the Wolfcoin token as the base currency, Wolfpack Consulting, Wolfpack Mining, and Wolfpack Philanthropy with the aim of empowering customers, shareholders, and stakeholders to achieve sustainable wealth through cryptocurrency trading.

WolfpackBOT Features, Products, And Service

Multiple Technical Analysis Indicators:

The WolfpackBOT trading system provides the world of Automated Cryptocurrency Trading Bots with Multiple Technical Analysis indicators, oscillators, configurations, and settings.

Shorting Features:

The trading system has shorting features that enable users to maximize their profits through shorting their positions and buying them back at the lowest prices in the market.

Patented And Trademarked Crash Protection:

This feature enables users to automatically scan and convert all positions to USDT and then buy them back to base currency to resume trading under the signal of the Hidden Bull Divergence Indicator.

Coin Selector:

Users can select whether to trade all their cryptocurrencies or not trade at all. It will also enable them to view coins or tokens that have high trading volumes, their performance, and volatility.

Werewolf Ultimate:

This feature does not trade a particular trading pair or coin but trades all of them to provide the users with maximum profits.

WolfpackBOT Trading Settings And Reports:

The trade setting enables users to automatically trade through features like one-minute candles, market orders, and Hybrid orders. The Trading report highlights the users trading history, which can be exported to a CSV file.

WolfpackBot Cryptocurrency Trading Bot System Benefits

All Trading Pairs On All Major Exchanges

Users of WolfpackBOT can simultaneously trade with major exchanges such as BitMEX, Binance, Bittrex, KuCoin, Poloniex, and Wolvex Exchanges using multiple trading pairs.

Werewolf Configurations And Settings

These configurations and settings are suited for both amateur and expert traders since they can be adjusted with preset configurations for bear, sideways, and bull markets and to the current trends in the market.

Bull And Bear Market

The WereWolf settings are optimized for conditions that could be used in Bull Markets, Sideways markets, and Bear markets.

WolfpackBOT Help Center

Users can access the WolfpackBOT Help Center to learn about options, features, and abilities that are contained in the WolfpackBOT Trading Software.

Multiple Languages

Wolfpack BOT is compatible with multiple languages like Dutch, English, French, German, and Spanish; therefore, users can switch up the language of the entire BOT by simply clicking on the World Language Globe icon.

WolfpackBot WOLF Token ICO Details

Parameters Of The ICO

  • Token: Wolfcoin (WOLF )Token
  • Token protocol: ERC20
  • Token supply during ICO: 1,600,000,000
  • ICO date: Stage 1- December 1st– December 31 2018, Stage 2 – January 1 – January 31 2019
  • Token price: $0.15/ $0.20
  • Accepted currencies: Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Dash (DASH), Dogecoin(DOGE), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), and PayPal
Website: https://www.wolfpackbot.com/
Whitepaper: https://www.wolfpackbot.com/Pdf/whitepaper_en.pdf
Bounty0x ID: ecamli
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WolfpackBOT Token

WolfpackBOT is an advanced cryptocurrency trading BOT that executes trades securely by using the advanced trading algorithms, the “Werewolf” Trading Analysis configurations, and customized settings based on each user’s unique trading style.
The trading Bot will also provide users with trading access to the major cryptocurrency exchanges and the most profitable trading pairs, all from one Bot subscription. The Bot integrates with a built-in secure Hardware Wallet combined with a RFID card reader for crypto to FIAT conversions.
Additionally, WolfpackBOT is integrated with Wolvex Exchange that will use the Wolfcoin token as the base currency, Wolfpack Consulting, Wolfpack Mining, and Wolfpack Philanthropy with the aim of empowering customers, shareholders, and stakeholders to achieve sustainable wealth through cryptocurrency trading.
WolfpackBOT Features, Products, And Service
WolfpackBot Cryptocurrency Trading Bot System Benefits
WolfpackBot WOLF Token ICO Details
. . .
Learn more about "WolfpackBot" Token,
Website: https:// www.wolfpackbot.com
Whitepaper: https:// www.wolfpackbot.com/Pdf/whitepaper_en.pdf
Facebook: https:// www.facebook.com/WolfpackBOT/
Medium: https:// www.medium.com/@WolfpackBOT
BNTYOX USER NAME : Sun12
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Wolfpack bot.......

About some years ago, one of my friends hailed his belief in Bitcoin and explained how he moved his whole life savings onto a hardware wallet and erudite his private alphanumeric key. He sounded like a character from a Neal Stephenson novel-gritty, daring and irreverent of the world’s established banking systems. While Bitcoin has soared since then and made him a millionaire many times over, the question now is if it will continue to rise in value or if it’s already reached its height.
A digital currency “crypto currency” that has no tangible paper or physical coin representation. Instead, encryption techniques using computers and open source software generate the currency based on mathematical proof, or blockchains. Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin are decentralized: There’s no place like a bank where the currency is held, and a private security key tied to an open source ledger proves who holds the value. As an electronic payment system, cryptocurrencies are instantaneous and have low transaction fees compared to traditional banking systems, which are comparatively slow and have high fees associated.
📷
What Is WolfpackBot?
WolfpackBOT is an advanced cryptocurrency trading BOT that executes trades securely by using the advanced trading algorithms, the “Werewolf” Trading Analysis configurations, and customized settings based on each user’s unique trading style.
The trading Bot will also provide users with trading access to the major cryptocurrency exchanges and the most profitable trading pairs, all from one Bot subscription. The Bot integrates with a built-in secure Hardware Wallet combined with a RFID card reader for crypto to FIAT conversions.
Additionally, WolfpackBOT is integrated with Wolvex Exchange that will use the Wolfcoin token as the base currency, Wolfpack Consulting, Wolfpack Mining, and Wolfpack Philanthropy with the aim of empowering customers, shareholders, and stakeholders to achieve sustainable wealth through cryptocurrency trading.
📷
WolfpackBOT Features, Products, And Service
Multiple Technical Analysis Indicators:
The WolfpackBOT trading system provides the world of Automated Cryptocurrency Trading Bots with Multiple Technical Analysis indicators, oscillators, configurations, and settings.
Shorting Features:
The trading system has to short features that enable users to maximize their profits by shorting their positions and buying them back at the lowest prices in the market.
Patented And Trademarked Crash Protection:
This feature enables users to automatically scan and convert all positions to USDT and then buy them back to base currency to resume trading under the signal of the Hidden Bull Divergence Indicator.
Coin Selector:
Users can select whether to trade all their cryptocurrencies or not trade at all. It will also enable them to view coins or tokens that have high trading volumes, their performance, and volatility.
Werewolf Ultimate:
This feature does not trade a particular trading pair or coin but trades all of them to provide the users with maximum profits.
WolfpackBOT Trading Settings And Reports:
The trade setting enables users to automatically trade through features like one-minute candles, market orders, and Hybrid orders. The Trading report highlights the users trading history, which can be exported to a CSV file.
Various Specialized Examination Markers: WOLFPACKBOT offers the most extensive cluster of various Specialized Examination markers, oscillators, setups and settings accessible in the realm of Computerized Digital money Exchanging Bots. WOLFPACKBOT gives Elliot Wave, Bollinger Groups, Twofold EMA, Stochastic, EMA, Stochastic RSI, EMA Cross, Fibonacci Succession, and some more. Dialect Interpreter: WOLFPACKBOT has a worked in language interpreter that in a split second makes an interpretation of the whole BOT into French, Dutch, English, Spanish or German.
📷
WOLFPACKBOT Automated Exchanging Programming: After the crowdsale, WOLFCOIN will be the restrictive strategy for an installment for WOLFPACKBOT Mechanized Exchanging Programming memberships. Wolfpack Counseling: WOLFPACKBOT offers its administrations and aptitude as Cryptocurrency money and Blockchain Professionals to people and organizations. This company offers counseling services in the fields of blockchain and cryptocurrency money improvement and management. The WolfBOX Equipment Support: WOLFPACKBOT likewise offers an industry initially, that is; delightful equipment reassure, The WolfBOX. The reassure comes preloaded with WOLFPACKBOT automated exchanging programming and furthermore incorporates an inherent secure equipment wallet. A portion of the key highlights of the WolfBOX incorporate into rapid CPU, internal RFID card reader, strong state hard drive, and coordinated Bitpay as well as Coinbase wallets.
📷 COIN ECONOMICS
Coin Name: WOLFCOIN
Coin Symbol: WOLF
Coin Standard: Proof of Work
Coin Algorithm: X11
Genesis Block: 300,000,000
Pre-mined: 30% Distributed in all stages of WOLFPACKBOT Crowdsale
📷
WHY WOLFPACKBOT?
WOFPACKBOT is an exceptional project with a difference set to globally make an impact in the cryptocurrencies trading activities in particular for the betterment of the blockchain ecosystem; that will equal right to all of its users the opportunity to earn more. Feel free to ask your questions relating to the project on the telegram group of WOFPACKBOT, see link below.
WolfpackBot Cryptocurrency Trading Bot System Benefits
All Trading Pairs On All Major Exchanges
Users of WolfpackBOT can simultaneously trade with major exchanges such as BitMEX, Binance, Bittrex, KuCoin, Poloniex, and Wolvex Exchanges using multiple trading pairs.
Werewolf Configurations And Settings
These configurations and settings are suited for both amateur and expert traders since they can be adjusted with preset configurations for bear, sideways, and bull markets and to the current trends in the market.
Bull And Bear Market
The WereWolf settings are optimized for conditions that could be used in Bull Markets, Sideways markets, and Bear markets.
WolfpackBOT Help Center
Users can access the WolfpackBOT Help Center to learn about options, features, and abilities that are contained in the WolfpackBOT Trading Software.
Multiple Languages
Wolfpack BOT is compatible with multiple languages like Dutch, English, French, German, and Spanish; therefore, users can switch up the language of the entire BOT by simply clicking on the World Language Globe icon.
WolfpackBot WOLF Token ICO Details
Parameters Of The ICO
For more enquiries on the WolfpackBot project, make use of these links;
Website = https://www.wolfpackbot.com/
Whitepaper = https://www.wolfpackbot.com/Pdf/whitepaper_en.pdf
Twitter = https://twitter.com/TheWolfpackBOT
Facebook = https://www.facebook.com/WolfpackBOT/
Telegram = https://t.me/WolfpackBOT_Discussion
Medium = https://medium.com/@WolfpackBOT
BOUNTY0X USERNAME = @cryptounique
submitted by 1loveone to u/1loveone [link] [comments]

I created a Free Tax Calculator and subtly promote NANO in it. Please Read!

Edit: The "historical Price Download", is not working anymore as bandwidth on Github LFS is limited (I didnt know that). I am reuploading it on Google Drive after work :))
Hi together! I created a Free Python Script to process your trade histories.
I am a big NANO supporter and I subtly promote NANO in it :P (Check out the Logo and Screenshots) As I could only use my transaction histories I need your help.
Please follow the HOWTO (below) and try to calculate your profits! If you run into any problems (and there will be bugs!) or if you need more exchanges write it in the comments and I will add them! (I could only integrate the ones I use, cause I only got csv files from there)
The tool is working fine for me and I could perfectly calculate my profit, payed fees and last buy times to determine the 12 month holding time.

The code is not that complex, so take a look at it and feel free to add, correct or modify stuff and make sure to push it :)

CryptoProfIT (Alpha Version)

https://github.com/LucidSkyWalkeCryptoProfIT/blob/masteREADME.md
The profit result can be used to calculate the tax on your crypto. The output are two csv-files. Example Screenshots can be found below.
The output files contain: - Sorted full trade history (converts all exchange exports to the same formatting) - Fees per Trade (inklusive Overall Payed fees) - Profit per trade (Overall profit. This can be used to easily calculate your personal capital taxes) - Profit can be calculated in EUR or USD. (Data from European Central Bank) - Amount of your Cryptocurrencies - Display the different BUY-INs by amount and date. So you can control the 12 month holding period.
Supported Exchanges: Binance, Bitfinex, Bittrex, Kraken, Mercatox, Poloniex, Costum*
*A dummy file is included that can be used to easily add trades of other exchanges. If you give me a csv-file export from other exchanges (you can modify the digits for privacy) I will add them.
PLEASE READ: I wrote this tool to calculate my taxes and it did the job fine! Nevertheless it is not well tested yet. If you run into trouble, please write an issue and I will fix it! Thank you :)

Screenshots

Screenshot1 Screenshot of the output.csv. The data of all exchanges is formatted in its specific ways and displayed in a uniform style. Type always refers to the first token of the pair! (First transaction shows buying XRP by BTC) Base Price always refers to the second token of the pair. Base Price in USD shows the price of the second token in USD.
Screenshot2 Screenshot of the holding_output.csv. This file can be used to specify your remaining holding times, as Capital gains do not need to be taxed in many countries after 12 month The picture shows (in red), that the first of the remaining ETH were bought on 2017-06-02, meaning that this amount is tax-free one year later. The blue frame shows the date for the next tokens...
Screenshot3 Console output of the Python script (Not my real data ;)

Requirements

For now, there is no Gui so you have to use the python script. If some dev likes to help, making a gui or a brython version would be neat.

HOWTO:

Setting up Python:

Using the script:

* This package uses the European Central Bank as source for EUUSD to get the historical exchange rates. Author: Alex Prengère Home Page: https://github.com/alexprengere/currencyconverter

Fork information:

A tax accountant told me, you need to pay taxes on the profit of your received forked coins as soon as you get them. Therefore a "dummy" trade needs to be manually added to one of the csv export files in "trade_history_files". * Add a "Buy" transaction at the moment you reveived the coins. (with price "0") * Add a "Sell" transaction a few seconds later (price = initial price of forked coin) you made the inital profit. * Add a "Buy" transaction a few seconds later than before (price = initial price) Because you know still got the coins Simplifing this could be a feature in a future version...

Using the dummy-file:

You can use this file to add trades from exchanges that do not provide trade history exports. Important: You have to use the same formatting like the sample data in the file. Ensure the right date formatting, and use "." for decimals.

Other Information:

Disclaimer:

I wrote this tool to calculate my taxes and thought I share it. I do not guarantee that the results are 100% accurate, but the script might help you getting a well formatted output csv you can work with.

Contact

If you run into any problems, don't hesitate to contact me at any time.

XBR TO THE MOON Donations: xrb_3mwnrhq1d4pdcrgegyygic1a1wpcbnsaj6pd5656dg3yxio3cyg1rn4u1umx
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CryptoProfIT: Free Tool for Tax Calculation. (Community Project, Please Read!)

Hi together! I created a Free Python Script to process your trade histories.
It would be awesome if this would become a community project which everybody involved in Cryptos can use for FREE.
The logic should be ready and next steps would be: -testing -creating gui or webapplication -adding features
Follow the HOWTO (below) and to calculate your profits etc.! If you run into any problems or if you need more exchanges write it in the comments and I will add them! (I could only integrate the ones I use, cause I only got csv files from there)
The tool is working fine for me and I could perfectly calculate my profit, payed fees and last buy times to determine the 12 month holding time.

The code is not that complex, so take a look at it and feel free to add, correct or modify stuff and make sure to push it :)

CryptoProfIT (Alpha Version)

https://github.com/LucidSkyWalkeCryptoProfIT/blob/masteREADME.md
The profit result can be used to calculate the tax on your crypto. The output are two csv-files. Example Screenshots can be found below.
The output files contain: - Sorted full trade history (converts all exchange exports to the same formatting) - Fees per Trade (inklusive Overall Payed fees) - Profit per trade (Overall profit. This can be used to easily calculate your personal capital taxes) - Profit can be calculated in EUR or USD. (Data from European Central Bank) - Amount of your Cryptocurrencies - Display the different BUY-INs by amount and date. So you can control the 12 month holding period.
Supported Exchanges: Binance, Bitfinex, Bittrex, Kraken, Mercatox, Poloniex, Costum*
*A dummy file is included that can be used to easily add trades of other exchanges. If you give me a csv-file export from other exchanges (you can modify the digits for privacy) I will add them.
PLEASE READ: I wrote this tool to calculate my taxes and it did the job fine! Nevertheless it is not well tested yet. If you run into trouble, please write an issue and I will fix it! Thank you :)

Screenshots

Screenshot1 Screenshot of the output.csv. The data of all exchanges is formatted in its specific ways and displayed in a uniform style. Type always refers to the first token of the pair! (First transaction shows buying XRP by BTC) Base Price always refers to the second token of the pair. Base Price in USD shows the price of the second token in USD.
Screenshot2 Screenshot of the holding_output.csv. This file can be used to specify your remaining holding times, as Capital gains do not need to be taxed in many countries after 12 month The picture shows (in red), that the first of the remaining ETH were bought on 2017-06-02, meaning that this amount is tax-free one year later. The blue frame shows the date for the next tokens...
Screenshot3 Console output of the Python script (Not my real data ;)

Requirements

For now, there is no Gui so you have to use the python script. If some dev likes to help, making a gui or a brython version would be neat.

HOWTO:

Setting up Python:

Using the script:

* This package uses the European Central Bank as source for EUUSD to get the historical exchange rates. Author: Alex Prengère Home Page: https://github.com/alexprengere/currencyconverter

Fork information:

A tax accountant told me, you need to pay taxes on the profit of your received forked coins as soon as you get them. Therefore a "dummy" trade needs to be manually added to one of the csv export files in "trade_history_files". * Add a "Buy" transaction at the moment you reveived the coins. (with price "0") * Add a "Sell" transaction a few seconds later (price = initial price of forked coin) you made the inital profit. * Add a "Buy" transaction a few seconds later than before (price = initial price) Because you know still got the coins Simplifing this could be a feature in a future version...

Using the dummy-file:

You can use this file to add trades from exchanges that do not provide trade history exports. Important: You have to use the same formatting like the sample data in the file. Ensure the right date formatting, and use "." for decimals.

Other Information:

Disclaimer:

I wrote this tool to calculate my taxes and thought I share it. I do not guarantee that the results are 100% accurate, but the script might help you getting a well formatted output csv you can work with.

Contact

If you run into any problems, don't hesitate to contact me at any time.

Donations: xrb_3mwnrhq1d4pdcrgegyygic1a1wpcbnsaj6pd5656dg3yxio3cyg1rn4u1umx
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I've been building a free crypto portfolio visualization web app called PasteTrader.com. I'm working on it tonight, would appreciate any feedback. [x-post r/CryptoCurrency]

Dear BitcoinMarkets,
I've been building a free web-app called Paste Trader for the past month or so. I've been pushing feature changes near-daily but I'm sort of just following my own wants & needs. Design-wise too, obviously.
Basically I've been building it in a bubble -hah
Any feedback, positive or negative would be greatly appreciated.
Any questions please comment. Last production update was 10pm EST on Feb 10th.
PasteTrader.com - Crypto Visualizer
It’s a tool to visualize one's portfolio history using just deposit, withdrawal, and trade history exported from one of the 78 exchanges supported by [CryptoCompare](www.cryptocompare.com). There’s no API keys, no login. When you refresh, the whole thing resets. Once you’ve imported your data, you can export and share a raw or encoded .txt file with anyone and they can reload the portfolio history using that file and a password in seconds (samples below).

The sample data works well, I'm still working on some bugs on the rest of the import methods.

Mobile isn't supported yet, this is meant to be more of a desktop activity. Sorry.

Manual Input (using your 3 .csv files to generate a raw or encoded .txt file for PasteTrader)
Deposits
Sample Heading: "date,currency,amount"
Sample Row: "2014-12-25 15:10:57,btc,100000"
Row Specs: *YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS*,*currency*,*positive number*"

Withdrawals
Sample Heading: "date,currency,amount"
Sample Row: "2018-04-20 15:10:57,pot,420"
Row Specs: *YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS*,*currency*,*num > 0*"

Trades
Sample Heading: "date,market,type,price,amount,fee"
Sample Row: "2020-12-25 15:02:38,doge/btc,sell,2.5,1.00000001,0.15%"
Sample Row: "*YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS*,*coin pair*,*buy/sell string*,*num > 0*,*num > 0*,*string with %*"

Sample Raw .txt file for quick portfolio reload Paste-Trader-Raw-Export Sat Feb 03 2018 12:44:08 GMT-0500 (EST)|{"bittrex" {"exchange":"poloniex","deposits":["date,currency,amount","2017-12-08 15:10:57,btc,0.05","2017-09-02 17:29:51,btc,0.039","2017-09-01 23:41:15,btc,0.02261804","2017-08-29 21:47:16,btc,0.02298752","2017-08-23 17:30:41,btc,0.01286906","2017-08-23 00:56:57,btc,0.03128960"],"withdrawals": ["date,currency,amount","2018-01-25 00:09:15,btc,0.00091963","2018-01-25 00:01:06,flo,37","2018-01-07 20:57:16,eth,0.01916305","2017-11-26 20:23:54,sjcx,30",""],"trades":["date,market,type,price,amount,fee","2018-01-09 19:46:17,zrx/btc,buy,0.00015694,93.00000000,0.15%","2018-01-09 15:29:11,zrx/eth,sell,0.00162027,0.67658314,0.25%","2018-01-09 15:22:30,gnt/eth,sell, ...

Sample Encoded .txt file for quick portfolio reload (decoded with a password)
(Vigenere Cipher) (Stronger encoding/encryption coming soon) Paste-Trader-Enc-Export Fri Jan 26 2018 13:11:25 GMT-0500 (EST)|{"bvzfgwrp": {"sovvnfzm":"ghzbfbmj","wscglqfz":["qsmm,jiiksaur,mtclgh","2017-12-08 15:10:57,jfj,0.04908153","2017-09-02 17:29:51,olv,0.03913373","2017-09-01 23:41:15,smq,0.02261804","2017-08-29 21:47:16,naq,0.02298752","2017-08-23 17:30:41,tmk,0.03286906","2017-08-23 00:56:57,uhp,0.03128960"],"kzmvqjtemsg": ["vtbq,qlkfrfvg,hafnbg","2018-01-25 00:09:15,naq","2018-01-25 00:01:06,sdh,37.51480000","2018-01-07 20:57:16,xhu,0.02916305","2017-11-26 20:23:54,zxtq,29.92500000",""],"mfnvxa":["wogw,umyyvm,gqim,wfzvs,sfwguh,ysr","2018-01- 09 19:46:17,lyl/uhp,uck,0.00015694,93.00000000,0.15%","2018-01-09 15:29:11,qkl/wmp,zsce,0.00162027,0.67658314,0.25%","2018-01-09 15:22:30,tfm/qav,lsyd, ...

Google Sheets Import
I'm still working on the google sheets authentication process but here's the basic format of the .csv data the app needs to generate a .txt for you to access the app with your own data using a google sheets ID like this. Paste Trader Google Sheets Template ID - 1QgKlaXcZg14fl7xe1gwSygc3JVm8Q-SG1NBtCczGrVg

Links: * Angel.co * Facebook * LinkedIn
@mods, if this post breaks your rules feel free to remove it, I'd be happy to revise it.
~casey_works
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Technologies — InziderX Exchange

Technologies — InziderX Exchange

The InziderX decentralized exchange based on wallet is possible because of two technologies that have recently proved their value. Atomic swap and the Lightning Network.

Atomic Swap
A decentralized platform based solely on user wallet (Dapp) that allows the exchange of assets between these wallets have an ingenious feature: the atomic swap between blockchain.
An atomic swap is the exchange between two digitals assets without the intervention of a third party.
Previously, in all situations of exchange between two parties, it was necessary to use the services of a third party to establish a relationship of trust between users. None of them wants to send their assets first without the assurance that the other party will fulfill its promise.
Since all users trust the third party in their task of transmitting funds between participants only if all conditions are met, they have no hesitation in trading on their exchange.
However, as discussed earlier, the latest hacks on centralized exchanges have eroded this trust to the point of being non-existent. Using these platforms is putting yourself in a hostage position.
The atomic swap avoids this situation with a process called “time hash lock contract”. This option is activated by basic functions written in the code of Bitcoin and most other altcoins.
In action, if Alice wants to sell 50 LTC for 1 BTC and Bob accepts the transaction, a transaction on each of the blockchains is processed. Bob sends 1 BTC into a mulsignatures address to Alice and Alice sends 50 LTC to Bob into a mulsignatures address.
However, the trick is that Alice can only claim 1 BTC if she reveals a secret code (hash). And it’s the same for Bob, so he can only access Alice’s 50 LTC if he reveals his secret code (hash). In the opposite case, each one recovers his assets after a short time (time-lock).
In this way, Alice and Bob can make a safe transaction between themselves without the intervention of a third party and without having to trust each other. Because even if the transactions are carried out on different blockchains, they are in fact interrelated by mutual conditions.
Recap :
1-Alice generates a secret code (hash) and initiates the transaction by sending the LTC into a mulsignatures address that can not be claimed without the secret code.
2-Bob generates a secret code (hash) and initiates the transaction by sending the BTC into a mulsignatures address which can not be claimed without the secret code.
3-At this point, Alice can not claim the BTC and Bob can not claim the LTC.
4-In order to cash the BTC, Alice reveals her secret code (hash) and when Bob uses this code, automatically his hash is transmitted to Alice which releases the BTC.
The secret code (hash) is included in the output of a transaction and then requested in the input to release the funds.
The exchange is atomic because it only occurs if the two transactions are processed, otherwise the exchange is canceled.
This is what the atomic swap allows : an exchange without third parties where the parties do not have to trust each other to negotiate between them.
All they are missing is a market place to meet and make known their intention of exchange.
InizderX will be this agora.
Available pairs
Another advantage is the fact that it is possible to negotiate between them any digital assets listed on the exchange. So that users are not limited to the pairs usually listed.
For example, on a centralized exchange, if the pair BTC / ETH and XRP / BTC are listed, it is not certain that it’s possible to trade the ETH / XPR pair if the centralized exchange does not offer it.
On a decentralized exchange with atomic swap, it is possible to negotiate all the digital assets listed on the exchange between them.
Considering that the InziderX exchange intends to list the twenty digital assets with the most large caps, this makes 180 pairs of digital assets available for trading.

https://preview.redd.it/16gllf0zanp11.png?width=180&format=png&auto=webp&s=b647b46c7a79bcffcef76462ba8a1c7ef9265887

Lightning Network
The Lightning Network is a two-way payment protocol that operates separately from the blockchain, in parallel.
This payment channel allows :

Instant payments on the blockchain without having to worry about block confirmation times.
Security is enforced by smart contracts without creating a blockchain transaction for individual payments.
Capable of millions to billions of transactions per second across the network.
Cheap transactions. By performing transactions separately from the blockchain (off-chain), the Lightning network allows exceptionally low fees, allowing instant micropayments.

The transfer between blockchains. Cross-atomic exchanges can occur off-line instantly with heterogeneous blockchains consensus rules.
As long as blockchains can support the same cryptographic hash function, it is possible to perform transactions on a blockchains without having to trust a third party.
With the functions CheckSequenceVerify (CSV), that blocks the assets for a specific number of blocks and the one of the secret hash, the cryptographic aspect, that atomic exchange, all this is possible.

Liquidity
The advantage of this technology for the InziderX exchange is the liquidity it provides.
The exchange InziderX proposes to create is a marketplace where all other exchanges can connect.
With BIP65 and BOLT, which standardizes the protocols used by network users, all this is possible and will be the reality of tomorrow.
In a way, there will only be one market left. A market connected to markets. Wallets will be just an exchange window to access them.
That’s the vision of InziderX!
Create a wallet that is by itself an exchange that is connected to all exchanges using the same protocols and create a “world order book”.
A relay that integrates the Lightning Network and allows everyone to participate and form a decentralized network of liquidity.
In this way, any liquidity provider, whether it’s another exchange or a private institution that has a market maker program, will be able to connect to our exchange.
The benefits for these liquidity providers are obvious : a new clientele.
The standardization of the protocols used by the users of the networks will allow this ingenious technological advance and will guarantee an unparalleled liquidity to our exchange.
InziderX will be in touch at the opening of its exchange with private liquidity providers and will offer them plans for reduced transaction fees for a defined period that can be renewed if
necessary. We will also establish relays with centralized exchanges whose volume is the largest.
Other network participants who want to connect to our exchange and use the same protocols will have the possibility to add their volume to the order book.

Market Maker Program
The InziderX exchange will establish from its launch a program that favors market makers.
Reduced fees
Limit orders are orders that provide volume to the order book and will be processed with a reduced transaction fee. For example 0.1% instead of 0.02%.
These transaction fees will also be reduced according to the volume of transactions of the user.
Here is an example :
Volume in last 30 days
Fees
$ 0 and up 0.1%
$ 100,000 and up 0.08%
$ 250,000 and up 0.07%
$ 500,000 and up 0.06%
$ 1,000,000 and over 0.05%
$ 2,000,000 and over 0.04%
$ 5,000,000 and up 0.0175%
$ 7,000,000 and over 0.00%

Reward
Taking the example of the stock market where high-frequency traders receive a premium for placing orders, a portion of the transaction fees charged to all users will be redistributed through a reward program to traders who have the largest volume of transactions.
For example, an institution that maintains a volume of more than $ 10,000,000 of volume executed in the last 60 days will receive a return of 0.01% on placed orders.
This will be a strong motivation for liquidity providers to maintain a volume on our exchange.

Arbitrage
Arbitrage is the purchase of an asset at a lower price on an exchange and the sale of the same asset at a higher price on another exchange.
Previously, in order to take advantage of these price differences between centralized exchanges, it was necessary to maintain a portfolio in each of those exchanges and to have twice the negotiated power.
For example, if the price of the BTC is $ 8000 on exchange A and $ 8,500 on exchange B, the trader buys 1BTC in his account on exchange A and sells 1 BTC in his account on exchange B in order to enjoy a gain of $ 500.
With the new technology and protocol standardization, it will be possible for a trader to buy on an exchange and instantly transfer it to another exchange for sale. You do not need to have twice the exchange value.
This will result in a terribly efficient marketplace with tight spreads and reduced slippage.
The InziderX exchange API with its clear and varied controls will automatically manage this type of trades. So that a negotiator will be able to automate all this process from predefined actions in his code and make an instant exchange between them.
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Wallet
The wallet is one of the important elements of a decentralized exchange because it is the tool on which the exchange is based.
It is also the first window that the novice user will have on the world of digital assets. It must be easy to use and intuitive in its design.
Beyond these considerations, it must include the basic and advanced options necessary to support the exchange.

Basic options
- Multicurrency
- Send / receive / contact list
- Historic
- Estimation and adjustment of transfer fees
- Segwit2 Technology

Account value history
A section will display the value of the account according to a given history. It will be possible to establish a chart by selecting the set of digital assets in the portfolio if not one or some. This will be handy for assessing which assets should be prioritized for diversification.
Stacking
An interesting option in this portfolio is stacking. It allows you to make margin financing and thus make your funds work to accumulate a passive return. The funds are still safe in the wallet.
Mining
In addition to the “stacking” it will be possible to mine directly in the portfolio the digital asset INX that supports our exchange. A miner pool will be created and it will be possible to allocate a mining power from your computer to this task.
HD wallets Integration
With the latest advanced blockchain technology revolution such as atomic swap and Lightning Network, it is possible to perform instant transfers that are without risk for both parties.
It is therefore possible to integrate in our exchange other portfolios that use the same technologies. We are therefore studying the possibility of integrating portfolios such as LedgerNano S and Metamask into our exchange.
For those who know the security level of a Nano S key, this is another layer of security to our exchange. So in addition to being decentralized, the user can use a technology that prevents his private keys are held directly on his computer and rather in cold storage with air gap.
This wallet, which includes several modules, will be available in Native — Full node mode or in Electrum mode — light node version which does not oblige the user to download all the transaction history of the assets they wish to negotiate.
Instant and Untraceable Encrypted Message
The wallet includes an anonymous and untraceable encrypted email system based on the blockchain. Knowledge groups can be formed to share real-time insights into the price action of a particular asset.
https://inziderx.io/docs/InziderX.io-Economics.pdf — #InziderX #Exchange #ico

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Real life stories of people screwed at Gox...

Source: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=476535.msg5255853
Hello,
I am in Japan and have deposited 12.499 million Yen (about USD 122,000) at MtGox from October to December 2013. I currently have 175 BTCs and 13,000 Yen in cash at their exchange. I also have a Premium status account.
Please let me know how to proceed. That was most of my retirement money.
Hi.
My name is xxx and I live in Sweden, Malmö. I am writing for me and for my girlfriend and my dad. We all bought and sold bitcoins a last years and made some money. We have taken out some money when we need to and right now me and my girlfriend was going to buy a house and start a family so we tried to withdraw the money in January. Since the money didn't show up after 4 weeks I tried to contact them but still nothing. I hope that together with you and some others get at least some money back. If you need any proof of the withdrawals or such I can provide some of it. We had in total $49000 on the accounts.
we are unsure how to proceed.
Help!
I have about 90 BTC and no USD in my mtgox account, which I would very much like to receive back at some point. It's only just sinking in that it might all be gone.. I can't believe I waited so long before getting it out somewhere safe, but.. here we are.
Hey there, I am interested in being a plaintiff as well. I had about 70k in Mtgox in Dec due to the price explosion in November and attempted to withdraw some funds since I wasn't comfortable having that amount hosted there. I ran into the withdrawal issue back in Dec and opened a support ticket in which I got the run around until they finally officially announced what the problem was. As the moment, I don't have any $$ in Mtgox but around 180 BTC. My stomach has been in knots all week :-(
Hello,
at the time that the withdrawal stopped I have over $3MM in fiat at Gox. I now have ~5,400 BTC there. It maybe sizeable enough for your attorneys to consider taking on a BTC claim? In any case, if they think that I can sue based on my fiat balance prior to withdrawal suspension, based on the idea that any subsequent trading was essentially fraudulent, well then I would be interested in join the effort.
Hi,
My name is xxxxxx and I am from California (if that matters). I have about 650 BTC in Gox. I haven't slept in days and haven't been able to tell my wife how much I've lost. I was an early adopter, just mining in my basement, and I can't imagine all of my time and work vanishing like this. Please contact me with what I need to do
I am a French citizen. I would like to know how to try and join you in reclaiming my lost funds. I had almost 100.000 EUR in my account. It will be a complete disaster for me if it is stolen.
I cannot reasonably afford to lose the funds I have at Mtgox. I currently hold the majority in USD, but also significant amounts of EUR and BTC.
I would like to join your action lawsui as co-paintiff. I try to keep this short since you are probably getting tons of PMs.
I'm resident of Germany and I'm waiting for ~5700 Euros (~7800 US$) to be withdrawn by MTGOX. I also have about 9 BTCs on my account there. I successfully received a MTGOX-withdrawal of 990 EUR on 2013/12/30, which was ordered on 2013/12/03.
I'm a student and this is almost all of my money I have left (I actually have a lot of debt, which I intended to pay back with that money). I'm really panicking right now and not sure what to do!!!
I'm in Tokyo as well and I lost ~8 BTC and 500,000 in JPY. Please let me know how your case progresses and whether at any time you think it would be possible to get others involved. I really hope I can get at least some of that money back. I need it.
I am very interested in your proposal of suing Mt.Gox to get what is ours.
I would need to sue for more than 70000EUR or over 90000USD. The ammount depends of the bitcoin price - not the manipulated Mt.Gox price, but like the Bitcoin price index on coinbase.com. Although it would be best if Mt.Gox let me simply withdraw my more than 170BTC.
So many people are angry about Mt.Gox and me too. They act like scamers.
I have CSV's, screenshots + multiple records everything for owning 994.90514041 BTC through my mtgox accounts.
Hi, I had 100BTC but a friend had $14000 USD on Gox. Can you put me into contact with whomever is organising the class action lawsuit?
I had some 125BTC & $1000 on MtGox. I'd prefer to recover the BTC but if not possible, USD is better than nothing. Technically at the last price the total is well above the $10000 limit. Can you count me in? What should I do next?
Hey, I'd like to get involved in this as well. Gox has yet to deliver a withdrawal of funds from late last year and currently has all my coins locked up because of their withdrawal lock. Email is below, let me know if you need any other info. Thanks,
(originally I tried to withdraw $30,000.00, but Mt.Gox cancelled my withdraw and asked me to change to GBP. Funds never arrived Mt.Gox confirmed they were unable to wire funds, but funds are not re-instated to my account. Mt.Gox admits in the e-mail funds are mine.)
I'm interested in joining as a co-P in Japan, I have $200k+ in cash balance (no bitcoins) locked up on their site right now. Let me know how many other co-Ps will be represented and the estimated legal costs. Do we have an update on the status of Mt Gox? They haven't filed for bankruptcy just yet. I'm a verified member so I'm thinking they might resume operations and just send us a check, but I'm interested in others' opinions on that.
I found your post just today after the Gox closed the site. I had 10,200 USD with them, which I traded just last week for gox coin. I initially deposited USD from bank account on November 2013, and traded on Gox just about 2 weeks ago, not knowing there was a trouble to withdraw any BTC from them. I do have screen shots from last week from trading and all my history since November 2013. My initial deposits in November have been 8000 USD and 2200 USD, so whatever trading I did in last weeks was for vain since gox did not let any BTC out of the site. Current standing on my account is about 27 BTC and around 2200 USD but since gox coin was never a real BTC, as I just learnt recently, I consider Gox owing me 10200 USD which I initially deposited.
I wish to be include in the class action lawsuit, I an non-us (EU) and have lost 50 BTC and 24,600€.
I have 93BTC at stake in mtgox. Money used to acquire it was 29k EUR.
I would like to join the lawsuit if there is any chance of getting the either the BTC or EURO-equivalent at the price determined at the time of judgement.
I want to participate. I have 85 BTC on Mt Gox.
Please update me and let me know, which further steps I have to take to participate.
I had $28500 in, and purchased 50btc @ $570. So now I have the 49.7btc still in and no fiat. Have been waiting for withdrawal to resume to clean myself of gox forever.
I was very lucky, having pulled out the bulk of my btc holdings from gox in mid-January.
Please respond if whether I can or can't participate.
i too am a Gox victim. I have 69 BTC stuck on Gox. At this stage i would be very reluctant to take such a haircut and convert to USD.
Has the lawyer you hired totally ruled out BTC cases? Is he even taking on new cases?
I have roughly $100K in my account, so it might be worth it for the lawyer to squeeze me in.
I have 50BTC in MTGOX and would be interested in joining. If yes, how large would the fees be?
If Mtgox is indeed gone and finished, I would like to know what the status of this suit is and who I can contact regarding it. I had about 111.777 BTC on gox.
I have 158 btc on MtGox and would like to take part to your lawsuit.
Most of our savings were in bitcoin, and at market rates on other exchanges, I had over $40,000 while my friends had $300,000 to 400,000.
I have 154 BTC and 0 USD in MTGOX.
I live in Malta but would like to know what my options are for joining your case?
I'm a very credible trader who pays his American taxes yearly. I feel so stupid for holding the majority of my BTC exposure on mt gox in hindsight......
I have 301 BTC on mt gox and under $10 USD, my account on gox was a verified account as well.
TL;DR: Maybe they were foolish for trusting the community too much, but they didn't deserve what they got.
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I've been building a free crypto portfolio visualization web app called PasteTrader.com. I'm working on it tonight, would appreciate any feedback. [x-post r/CryptoCurrency]

Dear /BitcoinTechnology ,
I've been building a free web-app called Paste Trader for the past month or so. I've been pushing feature changes near-daily but I'm sort of just following my own wants & needs. Design-wise too, obviously.
Basically I've been building it in a bubble -hah
Any feedback, positive or negative would be greatly appreciated.
Any questions please comment. Last production update was a minute ago.
PasteTrader.com - Crypto Visualizer
It’s a tool to visualize one's portfolio history using just deposit, withdrawal, and trade history exported from one of the 78 exchanges supported by [CryptoCompare](www.cryptocompare.com). There’s no API keys, no login. When you refresh, the whole thing resets. Once you’ve imported your data, you can export and share a raw or encoded .txt file with anyone and they can reload the portfolio history using that file and a password.
The sample data works well, I'm still working on some bugs on the rest of the import methods.
Required inputs are: Excahnge: one of 78 supported by [CryptoCompare](www.cryptocompare.com)
Deposits: "date,currency,amount"
Withdrawals: "date,currency,amount"
Trades: "date,market,type,price,amount,fee"
I'm still working on the google sheets authentication process but here's the basic format of the .csv data the app needs to generate a .txt for you to access the app with your own data using a google sheets ID like this. Paste Trader Google Sheets Template ID - 1QgKlaXcZg14fl7xe1gwSygc3JVm8Q-SG1NBtCczGrVg
P.S. don't let the gas mask scare you off. The idea there is that since the app uses no PII it's like wearing an internet gas-mask while using the app.
P.P.S I won't spam either of these subs, so I made one of these Paste_Trader
~casey_works
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