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Sharing of ideas, tips, and strategies for increasing your Bitcoin trading profits

Sharing of ideas, tips, and strategies for increasing your Bitcoin trading profits


Sharing of ideas, tips, and strategies for increasing your Bitcoin trading profits

Bitcoin Vs Venezuelan Bolivar - i merge two charts using tradingview, i chose DolarToday and Bitstamp and the result its sad :(

Bitcoin Vs Venezuelan Bolivar - i merge two charts using tradingview, i chose DolarToday and Bitstamp and the result its sad :( submitted by Bolivarcoin to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Vs Venezuelan Bolivar - i merge two charts using tradingview, i chose DolarToday and Bitstamp and the result its sad :(

Bitcoin Vs Venezuelan Bolivar - i merge two charts using tradingview, i chose DolarToday and Bitstamp and the result its sad :( submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Using Binance chart with data history back further than 2017

I am trading Bitcoin on Binance, most likely as most of the people here. When I am charting I use Tradingview on a separate screen. Since Binance only lauched in July 2017 I can't display the 200 MA weekly.
Is there a way to plot the Bitcoin 200 MA weekly on the Binance chart in Tradingview any other way? For example, using the data of Bitcoin Bitstamp before July 2017?
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3commas crypto trading bot review 2020-The best crypto trading bot

3commas crypto trading bot review 2020-The best crypto trading bot
3commas crypto trading bot review 2020 is detailed and comprehensive review of 3commas trading bot, covering all its features and important topics

3commas crypto trading bot review 2020
3Commas crypto trading bot provides access to a variety of trading tools to crypto trader to improve their crypto trading strategy. When used properly, these tools can maximize crypto trader profits and reduce your risk of loss.
3Commas crypto trading bot is best known for its trading bots. In this 3Commas review, we examine the features that make this platform so powerful.

Crypto trading bot

Crypto trading bot have received a lot of attention lately due to advances in their algorithm and growing success rate.
Nobody can watch the market around the clock, and the volatility of the crypto space makes it possible to take losses or miss opportunities in seconds.
Fortunately, a well-programmed crypto trading bot can take over the control while you sleep, eat, or do other activities
As a 3Commas user, you can copy the trading of other bots on 3 commas, automating trade orders, and track top portfolios.
With these handy protocols, you can pre-program your trading strategy based on loss and profit percentages, price points or a variety of other market conditions.
The 3Commas crypto trading bot has over 33,000 registered users with a daily trading volume of around $ 10 million.

3Commas pricing

The below image shows the 3Commas pricing in detail

3commas pricing

3Commas crypto trading bot feature

  • Automated trading around the clock: The main feature of 3Commas crypto trading bot is that you can automatically trade 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • 23 supported exchanges: 3Commas supports 23 major cryptocurrency exchanges, including Binance, Bittrex, Coinbase Pro, BitMEX, Bitfinex, Poloniex, Bitstamp, Bybit, Cex, Kraken, KuCoin, OKex, Huobi, Exmo,, HitBTC and YoBit (also) Binance DEX, Binance Jersey, Binance US).
  • Simultaneous Profit Taking and Stop Loss: Adjust trades with profit or stop loss commands to secure profits or minimize losses.
  • Trailing Take Profit and Stop Loss: Customize Stop Loss and commands with Trailing Take Profit and Stop Loss so that the limits automatically increase when a coin rises in price.
  • Sell ​​by multiple targets: You can Sell your coins by multiple targets.
  • TradingView signals and charts: With 3Commas you can display simultaneous exchange rate charts and TradingView signals in a single window.
  • Paper trading: 3Commas has a paper trading feature that allows you to fully test the platform's trading features before actual purchasing.
  • Simple and compound bots: 3Commas offers simple bots with which you can execute a trade pair and compound bots with which you can execute several trade pairs
  • Long algorithms and Short algorithms: 3Commas trading bot can use long or short algorithms. Using long algorithms, the bot buys a coin with the settings you have created and then lists orders for sale at a higher price. With 3Commas you can implement short algorithms. The bot sells a coin after you create settings and then places a purchase order at a lower price
  • Analyze and copy bots: 3Commas crypto trading bot can analyze performance and then view and copy other bot settings via 3Commas
  • Create and customize portfolios: With 3Commas you can create portfolios with any number of coins.

How to use 3commas crypto trading bot

Get started with 3Commas
Creating an account is a straightforward process. On the main page, at the top of the page, is the green "Create Account" tab.

  • Create an account
Visit the 3Commas trading bot website and enter an email address and password to register.
After confirming your account by clicking the link in the email you sent, you will have access to the dashboard.
Sign up here

  • Choose the bot type
There are four types of trading bots: short, simple, composite and composite short bots. A simple 3 commas trading bot can trade only in one pair, while composite bot can trade on multiple pairs

  • Connect an Cryptocurrency Exchange:
Use your API key to connect your crypto exchange with 3commas
3commas crypto trading bot have different features for different crypto exchnage, see detail in image below

3commas bot review 2020

  • Choose a trading pair and set the base trading size
You can select the trading pair you want your crypto trading bot to trade from the drop-down menu, and then tell your crypto trading bot how much of your preferred currency you will use during your first trade

  • Set target profit
Before you do this, you should set a safety size because you can do more controlled purchases after a dive. If a trading pair is selected by ETH / BTC and the price after the purchase of ETH falls below the original purchase price, you can use security transactions to buy more ETH with the BTC amount specified in the size of the security trade.

3commas crypto trading bot review
You can then set the target profit, which informs the crypto trading bot, in percentages, when to sell. If a target profit is set at 3%, the crypto trading bot will automatically execute a sell order as soon as this profit is realized

  • Select the type of profit taking
There are two take profit options that represent a percentage from base trading or a percentage from total volume

  • Set the maximum number of security transactions
This informs the 3commas crypto trading bota of how many security transactions it can perform before stopping, and the maximum number of active security transactions tells the merchant bot the number of active security transactions it can perform at any given time

  • Set the price variance to open security deals
This tells the 3commas crypto trading bot when to start executing security transactions and is set as a percentage. If set to 3, if the price of the selected currency falls 3% below the original trading price, the trading bot will start executing security transactions.

  • Set the trading start conditions
This informs the bot when the first trade should be completed and there is a choice between TradingView Signal Buy or Strong Buy, TradingView Signal Strong Buy, Manual or Open New Trade ASAP.
If you follow these steps, a 3commas crypto trading bot can be configured in just a few minutes and the whole process is so simple that more beginners can successfully follow. The platform is still detailed enough to attract experienced traders as well.

How safe is 3Commas?

It should be noted that you actually do not have any money on the 3commas and your trading bots cannot withdraw from your linkedaccounts.
Like other trading bots, your 3commas crypto trading bot connect to your Exchange accounts via the API and then carryon automated trading on the exchanges you linked
These keys provide trading bots with limited access to user accounts to conduct trades only and do not grant bots any withdrawal rights.
This also means that if your account is compromised and nefarious actors could take control of your trading activities, they still cannot access your exchange accounts directly to make withdrawals.

Is 3Commas for beginners?

The platform is generally fairly easy to navigate even for new cryptocurrency trader, and the trading bots are easy to set up.
Various functions are easily accessible from your account. You can connect to an exchange at the push of a button and set up intelligent trades and bots.
The dashboard is also clear and users can quickly select their preferred tabs and functions from the side window.
In addition, features such as bot analysis, which lists the best performing bots and trading pairs as well as the market, are well executed and easy to understand. While the portfolio creation, tracking and social trading features are suitable for both new and experienced traders.


Most Crypto trading bot are difficult to use. However, 3Commas has created a trading bot that is easy to set up, customize, and easy to use.
It is also reliable compared to its lower quality competitors and is one of the best crypto trading bot
3Commas is considered the most reputable trading bot
The 3commas is completely transparent in terms of operation and location, and we know exactly who is running the company. We also appreciate 3Commas customer service, which is available 24/7 through several contact methods.
As mentioned above, there are inherent risks when trading cryptoassets. However, since many expect Bitcoin price to rise in the next few years due to halving under other driving factors it may make sense to start with a proven trading system like 3commas to see if You can earn more Bitcoin and see how the value increases in the future.
With features like portfolio creation and tracking, bot customization, best compatibility with cryptocurrency exchange and much more, 3Commas is one of the best trading bot platforms available today.
ViSIT 3commas Crypto Trading Bot
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The price of bitcoin rose above $8800, updating a 12-month high

On Sunday, May 26, the price of Bitcoin updated the new maximum of this year, having managed to grow by a few hours in price by almost $800 and get to the marks above $8800.
On Bitstamp, as of 20:05 UTC, Bitcoin reached $8802, then corrected to $8600.
The capitalization of the first cryptocurrency exceeded $152 billion.
The last time above $8800 bitcoin was trading over a year ago - May 11, 2018.
What do you think, will the price of the first cryptocurrency reach the moon?
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A Couple of Notes on the 2013/14 Bubble VS. 2017 Bubble

I'm seeing a lot of posts comparing the 2017 Bubble to the 2013-14 Bubble. I think the comparisons are fair. However, many people are mixing up what happened in 2013-14 and the timeline. One of the most common mistakes I'm seeing is that the 2013-14 bubble popped due to Mt. Gox insolvency. That is false.
The 2013-14 bubble was abrupt, even when compared to the 2017 bubble. The price skyrocketed from $200 USD to $1200 USD in one month. From November 1st to November 30th, BTC went up basically 6X. Back in 2013-14, there were basically two markets which were getting solid volume. BTC/USD and BTC/CNY. BTC/USD was mostly taking place on Mt. Gox, Bitstamp, Coinbase, and BTC-e. BTC/CNY was mostly taking place on OKCoin and BTCChina. There was no Korea or Japan back then, which definitely played a major role in the recent bull market.
And while Chinese exchanges were creating a lot of fake volume back in 2013-14 through 0% exchange fees, the fact was that China was leading the markets. [1] They consistently held a 10%+ premium over USD exchanges during the bull run. At the height of the bubble in China, before the PBOC stepped in with its clampdown on Bitcoin, China Telecom and Baidu announced support for Bitcoin. It was on the verge of literally replacing the CNY. [2]
On November 30th, 2013, a rumor emerged that the PBOC (People's Bank of China / China Government) was about to crack down on Bitcoin. A mass panic ensued. The price crashed from $1200 USD to $780 USD. In one day. That's a 35% crash in a single day. However, the market quickly bounced back as people argued that these rumors were fabricated. However, this rebound was short lived.
On December 5th, 2013, the PBOC made an official announcement. The government banned financial institutions from interacting with Bitcoin. They also clarified that products / services in China could not be priced in BTC (they must be priced in CNY). The markets went straight down on this news. From $1150 USD when it broke to $540 on December 7th. A 3 day drop of over 50%.
Where was Mt. Gox in all this? They were chugging along, delaying fiat withdrawals. Bitcoin withdrawals were working fine. Deposits too. For much of November and December there was very little noise about Mt.Gox actually being insolvent. The overwhelming market sentiment on the matter was that their banks were being disrupted by the US Government investigations into Silkroad. This was true to a very mild extent.
If you'd like to argue that people knew Mt. Gox was insolvent at the time of the 2013-14 bubble crash, I'd like to point out that Bitfinex basically had the exact same issues arise in 2017. Fiat withdrawals and deposits were basically turned off. Clearly Bitfinex was a different situation in hindsight (we hope!), but initially it was playing out just the same as Mt. Gox. The markets never really reacted to Bitfinex fiat issues, just as they didn't react to the Mt. Gox issues. There was so much money going through Mt. Gox that it had a Titanic feel to it. The majority of people bought their first BTC on Mt. Gox.
The Chart:
This chart outlines the dates of the key events in the 2013-14 bubble crash. The most significant event in the crash was absolutely the China ban. That is what kicked off the 2013-14 bubble crash, and it definitely had the most profound impact on price. While the Mt. Gox fiasco certainly did not help the markets, it's not the reason for the bubble and should not be quoted as the reason. [3]
So in conclusion, when people are comparing the 2014 bubble with the 2017 bubble, it should be noted that they are very different. But not for the reasons most people assume. They are different because the 2014 bubble was almost entirely based on the Chinese market, and it was squashed by the PBOC themselves by imposing big regulations.
Today, the markets are certainly more spread out and there are less single points of failure. There is no single event which turned the bull market to a bear market this time around, although I personally believe we ran out of gas this time around because of regulation in Korea and China.
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The price of bitcoin rose above $8800, updating a 12-month high

On Sunday, May 26, the price of Bitcoin updated the new maximum of this year, having managed to grow by a few hours in price by almost $800 and get to the marks above $8800.
On Bitstamp, as of 20:05 UTC, Bitcoin reached $8802, then corrected to $8600.
The capitalization of the first cryptocurrency exceeded $152 billion.
The last time above $8800 bitcoin was trading over a year ago - May 11, 2018.
What do you think, will the price of the first cryptocurrency reach the moon?
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The price of bitcoin rose above $8800, updating a 12-month high

On Sunday, May 26, the price of Bitcoin updated the new maximum of this year, having managed to grow by a few hours in price by almost $800 and get to the marks above $8800.
On Bitstamp, as of 20:05 UTC, Bitcoin reached $8802, then corrected to $8600.
The capitalization of the first cryptocurrency exceeded $152 billion.
The last time above $8800 bitcoin was trading over a year ago - May 11, 2018.
What do you think, will the price of the first cryptocurrency reach the moon?
submitted by SwapSpace_co to bitcoinsv [link] [comments]

My "BCH Fork War" chart and my thoughts on the the forks


I made this "BCH Fork War" chart on tradingview right after coinbase started trading BCH again post-fork. It takes the average price across many exchanges for both chains as well as the sum of both chains(appended to pre-fork data from bitstamp). It seems like previous support of the BSV price recently provided support for BCHABC.. Now SV is fighting with the same area of resistance(and 42 blocks behind). I've been saying for weeks that SV needs to lose for the benefit of the short-term health of the entire crypto market. So far, the overall market seems to react positively as BCHSV/BTC does worse and/or as it loses it's short-lived block height lead. In this tweet, I point out days ago(when the prices of the two forks were almost equal) about the "other mining pools" metric that I considered relevant, to say the least. Craig Wright has made it quite clear that his intentions are not good for the overall crypto market, BSV is quite centralized, and it's double-spending vulnerability does no one any favors except for the malicious entities it is likely benefiting during the initial pump and dump. Quite surprised it hasn't been de-listed from a major exchange yet just based on that news. I've been overall bullish on the fundamentals of the real BCH since it's inception, and all the more so now at what I highly suspect bottom of the bear market.
In case anyone is interested, I run a 24/7 crypto livestream.
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It is doubtful that Bitcoin Cash 'airdrop' is a taxable event

There's been a few opinions flying around that people should owe taxes on their recent "free" acquisition of Bitcoin Cash.
I am not a tax professional, but it is my personal opinion that this is a non-taxable event, for two reasons.
  1. An electronic coin is defined as a chain of digital signatures. A chain branching out (forking) is exactly that. It is not a separate asset that was begifted.
  2. More tangibly, on August 1st, legacy Bitcoin (BTC) dropped over $300, about the same amount as the initial market value of BCC/BCH. Thus, no one was enriched. Here is a chart from tradingview showing Bitstamp prices:
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Has Bitcoin Gone for a Random Walk?

Has Bitcoin Gone for a Random Walk? This analysis will look at bitcoin’s cycles of volatility and stability to identify trading strategies during random walks.
Background Information
What is Random Walk Theory? A random walk is a large pattern that is formed by the cumulative effect of small changes. This is often applied in finance to mean the price of an asset ‘drifting’ in a particularly direction, with no major price swing being the sole cause. Consequently, price changes appear to be random and hard to predict.
What do random walks have to do with bitcoin? Although bitcoin is (in)famous for its volatility, the price has been through two periods of random walks. These periods are the majority of 2012 and the second half of 2014.
Why should bitcoin traders care about random walks? As our analysis shows, traders should adopt different trading strategies when bitcoin enters phases of random walks. Namely, keeping positions open for longer and using more leverage can help traders earn returns during random walks. This is because price changes are less sudden and smaller, requiring greater patience and more funds to achieve the same profits enjoyed outside of random walks.
Bitcoin Technical Analysis
Introduction to analysis This analysis was made using a Random Walk Index (RWI) and the Chart Mill Value indicator (CVI).
The RWI measures the strength of market movements by comparing price movements to acceptable trading ranges. Thus a small price movement can be explained by random walk, while larger movements are part of a larger market trend.
The CVI identifies price ranges that are over-bought or over-sold. Relying on moving averages to identify extreme price deviations is less accurate because a long-term price deviation is hidden when the moving average follows the price closely. This happens frequently during random walks. In contrast, the CVI divides the spread by the average true range to give more accurate results.
The TradingView scripts were written by LazyBear. This author highly recommends following LazyBear on TradingView and thanks him for his scripts that made this analysis possible. LazyBear’s extensive range of scripts can be downloaded here.
Long-term bitcoin analysis
One should read this chart from the bottom to the top.
RWI chart
Starting from the bottom of the chart, the RWI is plotted with a red line for price highs, and a blue line for price lows. When these two lines are closer together, the price is less volatile — thus, price movements are much more likely to be a result of random of walk. Conversely, when the two lines are further away, price changes are more likely to be driven by market trends, particularly greed-fear cycles.
When the RWI of price highs (red line) is above 1, there is a good chance of a sustainable rally. However when the RWI of price lows (blue line) is above 1, there is a good chance of a deep correction. A trader can use these indicators in the same way that moving averages are used to identify bullish or bearish trends. The histogram above this simply presents the same data on just one scale.
A key observation from this RWI chart is that crossovers appear to be consistent indicators of an incoming change in price direction.
It looks like the next crossover will occur in late March 2015, which is shown by the RWI chart; this is consistent with support/resistance levels.
Logarithmic chart
It is apparent that bitcoin enters phases of bubbles, separated by random walks. This becomes more clearer when charting basic long-term support and resistance levels.
With a good degree of fit, it looks as if there is a channel in which bitcoin enters a random walk. When the price drifts out of this random walk channel, it is because of a significant market trend. The price breaking out of this channel is a very bullish sign, with further gains to be made in most occasions.
This random walk channel theory provides good evidence for bitcoin’s price following a biennial (two year) cycle: a volatile year, and then a year of random walk. If one were to add data from Mt. Gox, a biennial cycle is even clearer: 2011 — Price rally 2012 — Positive random walk 2013 — Two price rallies 2014 — Negative random walk
If this pattern holds true, one can expect 2015 to feature a price rally, followed by a positive random walk in 2016.
Let’s take a look at how this information can be used for short-term bitcoin trading.
Short-term bitcoin analysis
This chart should be read from the top to the bottom.
Logarithmic chart
The top price chart simply examines the price directly before and after entering the random walk channel. The trend line being broken in July is when bitcoin starts the random walk.
By simply looking at the chart, the price exhibits more gradual price movements, which are indicative of a random walk, after July. Up to July, the price is much more volatile.
RWI chart
This time the RWI chart is using seven periods (days in this case) to assess short-term volatility. It is interesting to see that there are fewer large price movements — defined as movements greater than a RWI of 4 — after the price starts its random walk. Before July, the price mostly changes direction at a RWI of 4. After July, volatility rarely exceeds a RWI of 3.
A trader can use this RWI chart to time the opening and closing of short positions. Namely, when the RWI of price lows (blue line) is increasing and moving towards a RWI of 3, a short position should be opened. When a RWI of 3 is reached, the position should be closed. This is the acceptable range of price movement within a random walk, and the market is likely to start correcting at this point.
CVI chart
The CVI chart identifies over-bought/sold prices with greater accuracy than moving averages. Unfortunately, since bitcoin entered the random walk, there is less scope to profit from a less volatile price. This means that in percentage terms, traders are likely to be experiencing lower returns since July.
However, traders can still achieve the same returns in BTC. If leverage / margin trading is used, the same profits in BTC can be made because the trader is using more funds to compensate for the lack of volatility. If the volatility drops by 50%, trading with 100% larger positions will lead to equal gains of BTC.
Furthermore, beginner traders could benefit from using a simple CVI chart to time entry and exit positions. By trading to this chart, emotions can be removed from trading decisions, leading to buying when the price is low and selling when the price is high. This method helped CEO turn $100 into $200,000.
The purpose of this analysis has been two-fold: one, analyse whether bitcoin is following a random walk; two, provide trading recommendations. The key trading recommendations can be summarized as follows:
  1. Watching the long-term RWI chart for crossovers can help traders find the start of bullish or bearish price trends.
  2. Significant levels of price volatility is not expected until late March 2015.
  3. When the RWI of price lows (blue line) is increasing and moving towards a RWI of 3, a short position should be opened. When a RWI of 3 is reached, the position should be closed.
  4. The CVI chart can be used to time the opening and closing of positions with greater accuracy than moving averages.
  5. To compensate for the lack of volatility, consider trading with leverage.
Written by Josh Blatchford, CMO of, a bitcoin trading platform that supports up to 10x leverage on Bitfinex, Bitstamp and itBit
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can somebody possibly help me with this?

So I posted this under web design and someone told me that it was in the java script and hadn't gotten any other answers than that..
What I am trying to do is trying to make this text a bit smaller a bit smaller so that it will fit in my header on muse and also trying to get rid of that little "Embedded by tradingview" thing at the bottom if at all possible.. I tried to adjust the code with changing the numbers in front of the px and I also tried just erasing the majority of the top part but none of that worked so hopefully you guys will know better than me.. Hopefully (Fingers Crossed)
Here it is: TradingView Widget BEGIN

TradingView Widget END
Heres the code
and heres a picture so you know what im talking about..
Please let me know thanks!
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$5K Bounce? Bitcoin Price May Have Hit Bottom For Now

$5K Bounce? Bitcoin Price May Have Hit Bottom For Now

Bitcoin (BTC) could be in for a stronger recovery rally in the next few days, having found a temporary bottom near $4,000.
The leading cryptocurrency, which hit a 14-month low of $4,048 on Bitstamp yesterday, is now trading at $4,580, representing a 2 percent gain on a 24-hour basis.
The $500 recovery seen yesterday indicates that the market is finally paying heed to the record oversold levels reported by the 14-day relative strength index (RSI). Currently, the indicator is still hovering in oversold territory below 30.00. As a result, BTC is unlikely to revisit yesterday’s low of $4,048 for now.
Further, the correction looks set to gather pace, as the RSI on the 3-day chart has dropped into the oversold region for the first time since January 2015.

3-day chart

Oversold readings on the RSI tend to put a bid under the cryptocurrency, historical charts show.
For instance, BTC bottomed out at $275 in the first week of October 2014 – with the sell-off looking overdone as per the RSI – and rose to highs above $400 in the next few days.
On similar lines, the oversold conditions signaled by the RSI in January 2015 likely triggered a recovery rally, pushing prices above $300 by mid-month.
As of writing, the RSI is hovering well below 30.00. Therefore, the cryptocurrency looks due for a break above $5,000.

4-hour chart and hourly chart

The bullish RSI divergence, seen on both the hourly and 4-hour charts, also indicates the recent sell-off has likely run out of steam near $4,000 and a relief rally could be in the offing.
READ Ethereum Price Weekly Analysis: ETH/USD’s Struggle to Rise Continues

Daily chart

On the daily, the primary trend remains bearish, as the 5- and 10-day exponential moving averages (EMAs) are sloping downwards. These averages, currently at $4,854 and $5,242, respectively, could cap any corrective rally.


  • Bitcoin could rise above $5,000 in the next few days, as per the oversold RSI on the 3-day chart.
  • The overall bearish outlook would be invalidated if the corrective bounce ends up pushing prices well above the 10-day EMA of $5,242.
  • The sell-off would resume if BTC finds acceptance below the 200-week EMA of $4,182, opening the doors for a drop below the psychological level of $4,000.
Disclosure: The author holds no cryptocurrency assets at the time of writing.
Bitcoin image via Shutterstock; Charts by Trading View
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The State of Trading (in the Bitcoin Markets)

I wanted to make a post of my interpretations of current state of sentiment and trading in the bitcoin markets and see if others share similar views:
1) Since mid-January (9months) we have been rangebound/trendless/sideways essentially between $200-300 with fakeouts to the upside and downsides. There certainly has been a general loss of interest by traders as many have turned to trading other markets -- here is a TradingView Chat activity of Bitcoin VS Forex VS Stocks and indexes:
2) Volume across exchanges doesn't seem to be waning that much which would be indicative of what we would see in the despair phase of a bear winter -- I am not suggesting this as any inflection point or calling an end anytime soon™. We are also seeing the rise of Skynet again as it appears Bitstamp has bought the ever effective Star OKCoin volume washing bot: -- we also see the return of the random 10k BTC candles appearing again on OKC spot which used happen almost daily.
3) The traders/degenerate gamblers are/were the last people still interested in bitcoin in such a committed way IMO -- yes there are those 21inc companies and blah blah but really I don't know anyone else who is still waking up to bitcoin price alarms or forgoing activities with real life friends when price action calls. And now we are even seeing some of this interest wane as I believe the ramping up volume washing bot activity is the Casino trying to keep the lights flashing and the sounds blasting so that we keep wanting to play the game. Take a look at the volume on Stamp when it introduced that MM bot:
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Chris Dunn is a professional trader that has been making excellent calls lately. Check him out!

His latest prediction is that Bitcoin will head down towards $700 if the support around $800 snaps (Bitstamp).
Here are some of his profiles to look into:
His official website is
I've personally made quite a bit following his large swing trades. So far, he's called every major dip and gain since the ATH.
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[For Hire] Arbitrage scanner for cryptocurrencies

I am looking to find a developer to create a subscription site to find arbitrage opportunities between around 6 cryptocurrency exchanges.... like Bitterex, Binance, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, Poloniex, and Coinbase... I believe API can be pulled directly from exchange or third party like tradingview or coinmarketcap.
Please contact me with estimated cost and money down etc. would use Looking to get it done asap.
I want it to be subscription based on how many exchanges they want to find arbitrage opportunites. So the scanner will calculate a percentage difference as well...say Bitcoin costs $17,000 on Bittrex and $17,768 on Bitstamp... the scanner will calculate the percentage of money you can make at any given time.
(Also please tell me the best place to post this if it is not) Thanks
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Phoenix Group - circle of crypto traders.

We trade Bitcoin on spot market about 4 years. Our main direction is to rule accounts of investors through API keys. We are making profits without leverage what means without risk and any losses. Here you will find forecasts, charts and price review. https://www.tradingview.comPhoenix_Gruppe/ Its very safe and effective when your money does not leave your Exchange account. We can only buy and sell Bitcoins for making profit (about 5-10% in a month - it depends on volatility). Our Telegram channel - We use software for making trade orders - And our group works with such exchanges as: Bitstamp, Bitfinex, BTC-e, BtcChina. With any questions -
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Hilo General de Bitcoin, despues del Hardfork, viene la evolución.

Hilo continuación del que venimos, para postear opiniones y noticias que no merecen hilo propio. Iré modificándolo poco a poco para dejarlo bien.
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[SIZE="4"][B]Venimos de...[/B][/SIZE] [url][/url] [url=""]Hilo oficial del Bitcoin (IX)[/url] - 07-nov-2015 [url=""]Hilo oficial del Bitcoin (VIII)[/url] - 27-jul-2015 - [I][COLOR="Gray"](retornado del exilio político)[/COLOR][/I] [url=""]Hilo oficial del Bitcoin (VII)[/url] - 13-ene-2015 [url=""]Hilo oficial del Bitcoin (VI)[/url] - 14-ene-2014 [url=""]Hilo oficial del Bitcoin (V)[/url] - 27-nov-2013 [url=""]Hilo oficial del Bitcoin (IV)[/url] - 24-oct-2013 [url=""]Hilo oficial del Bitcoin (III)[/url] - 22-abr-2013 [url=""]Hilo oficial del Bitcoin (II)[/url] - 11-abr-2013 [url=""]Hilo oficial del Bitcoin (I)[/url] - 06-mar-2013 [URL=""]Guía para el absoluto novato en Bitcoin[/URL] - 02-jul-2011
[I]*En estos hilos hay gráficas y noticias de sus respectivas fechas.[/I]
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Los cimientos de BITCOIN: [youtube]ZDNZTiCtbIY[/youtube]
Ejemplo visual de una BlokChain: [url][/url]
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[B]Dificultad[/B] [URL=""]Bitcoinwisdom - Difficulty[/URL] [URL=""]Bitcoin Network Graphs[/URL]
[SIZE="4"][B]Charting y cotizaciones: [/B][/SIZE] [URL=""]Bitcoinwisdom[/URL] [URL=""]Bitcoinity[/URL] [URL=""]TradingView - Bitcoin[/URL] [URL=""]Coinorama[/URL] [URL=""]Bitcoin Charts[/URL] - [COLOR="SlateGray"]Historical data completa[/COLOR] [URL=""][/URL] [URL=""]Pizza Charts[/URL] [URL=""]BFXdata[/URL] [URL=""]Bitcoin Analytics[/URL] [url][/url]
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[SIZE="4"][B]Noticias: [/B][/SIZE] [url][/url] [url][/url] [url][/url] [url][/url] [url][/url]
[B]Exchanges[/B] [URL=""]Bitstamp[/URL] - [COLOR="SlateGray"]SEPA[/COLOR] [URL=""]BTC-e[/URL] - [COLOR="slategray"]SEPA[/COLOR] [URL=""]Kraken[/URL] - [COLOR="slategray"]SEPA[/COLOR] [URL=""]Gemini[/URL] - [COLOR="SlateGray"]USA[/COLOR] [URL=""]Coinsetter[/URL] - [COLOR="slategray"]USA[/COLOR] [URL=""]Coinbase Exchange[/URL] - [COLOR="slategray"]USA[/COLOR] [URL=""]OKCoin[/URL] - [COLOR="slategray"]China[/COLOR] [URL=""]Huobi[/URL] - [COLOR="slategray"]China[/COLOR] [URL=""]Bitfinex[/URL] - [COLOR="slategray"]Hong Kong[/COLOR] Mas..[url][/url]
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[B][SIZE="4"]Gurus de Bitcoin:[/SIZE][/B]
Andreas Antonopoulos Charlie Shrem Peter Thiel Arvin Narayand
[B][SIZE="4"]Cursos:[/SIZE][/B] -. [url][/url] (paper sobre una sidechain que servirá para incluir un sistema descentralizado de oráculos en Bitcoin.) In-depth Udemy Course(over 8 hours of video tutorials) -. [url][/url] Coursera Cryptocurrency Course(61 videos in 11 sections) -.[url][/url] Khan Academy Bitcoin Course(9 ~10 minute videos) -.[url][/url] Bitcoin 101 Blackboard Series(over 7 hours of video tutorials) -. [url][/url] Introduction to Bitcoin(3 hour course available via free trial) -. [url][/url] Introduction toDigital Currency - MOOC offered by University of Nicosia -. [url][/url]
[B][SIZE="4"]Deep Dive Technical Resources: (pá los valientes):[/SIZE][/B] Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency Technologies (Princeton's 300 page textbook) [url][/url] Bitcoin Developer Guide [url][/url] Bitcoin Ninja [url][/url] Bitcoin Protocol Specification [url][/url] Epic List of Research Papers [url][/url] How the Bitcoin Protocol Actually Works [url][/url] Mastering Bitcoin [url][/url] Epic List of Bitcoin Books [url][/url] Epic List of Many Blockchain Books [url][/url] Programming the Blockchain in C# [url][/url]
[B][SIZE="4"]Documentales:[/SIZE][/B] Bitcoin Films [url][/url] Bitcoin in Uganda BrRXP1tp6Kw Inside Man with Morgan Spurlock [url][/url] Life on Bitcoin [url][/url] Life Inside a Secret Chinese Bitcoin Mine K8kua5B5K3I The Bitcoin Doco [url][/url] The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin [url][/url]
[B][SIZE="4"]otras cosas de este año 2016:[/SIZE][/B] [url][/url]
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[url][/url] It can be used to split any "secret" (i.e. a password, text file, Bitcoin private key, anything) into n number of "shares" (each the same size in bits as the original secret), requiring that exactly any number t ("threshold") of them be present to reconstruct the original secret.
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Y por ultimo:
[I]P.D1:*¿que puede pasar si se amplia el Tamaño de Bloque?[/I] [url][/url]
P.D2:[url][/url] [I](primer ejemplo de lightning_network)[/I]
explicacion del video anterior: [SPOILER]Todo lo hace en la testchain de Bitcoin. Abre un canal con 0'04 testcoins y efectua el pago de 10000 milisatoshis para comprar la ya famosa imagen de los gatitos viendo la luna.
No hay transacción de vuelta, es símplemente un pago que se ha realizado a través del canal que habían abierto.
En la blockchain (en realidad, en la testchain, puesto que se está utilizando la cadena de bloques para pruebas que tiene Bitcoin) se ha realizado una transacción, que es la transacción necesaria que hay que hacer para establecer el canal.
La transacción de compra de la imagen (la de los 10000 milisatoshis) es la que se hace fuera de la cadena de bloques.
A ver, el canal se establece por un importe de 0'04 bitcoins (testcoins, en realidad). Una vez realizada la transacción de 10000 milibitcoins en la lightning network, el balance de ese canal cambia a 0'04 bitcoins - 10000 milibitcoins.
Pero lo bueno del asunto es que el canal de pagos es bidireccional y, se supone, que formará parte de una red (la lightning network) de manera que el balance se irá reajustando conforme las transacciones de la red vayan necesitando hacer uso de dicho del canal de pago que has abierto.
Cuando cualquiera de las dos partes decida cerrar el canal, entonces el balance que contenga en ese instante será el que se fijará en la cadena de bloques.
Las transacciones que emplean el canal de pago son "off blockchain", esto es, se realizan sin necesidad de ser reflejadas en la cadena de bloques. La única transacción que ha necesitado utilizar la cadena de bloques es la necesaria para crear el canal.
El canal no se ha cerrado, ha permanecido abierto.[/SPOILER] P.D 3:
P.D 4: Los iré añadiendo poco a poco que son un huevo: [url][/url]
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Hi can anyone help me with this please?

SO I have been trying to add this ticker at the htop of my website that i am creating using adobe Muse, but for some reason when I upload it it is way to thick and makes it to where yoou can barely se my other header menu, and theres this annoying liittle "Created by Tradingview" thing that appearsa t the bottom, that I also dont want there..
I think that the size issue can be sorted and fixed by me adjusting the size of the text in it. However, when I went to change the numbers in front of the px in the code listed below it did nothing to the widget inside my website, and also I couldnt find or figure out whre it had this little "Embedded by Tradingview" thing so I can erase it and take it out..
I dont know anythin about code so I was hoping someone might be able to help me out?
TradingView Widget BEGIN

TradingView Widget END
Heres the code
and heres a picture so you know what im talking about..
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It's time for a round of... FIND THE NOT-BUBBLE CHART!

And the answer is....
Explanation: This simply does not resemble a typical bubble chart. It's Bitcoin's chart, silly!
Sure, it has exponentially increasing growth in the beginning, a huge first spike, second smaller spike, and then finally decreases exponentially more and more slowly, appearing to almost even out and continuing on near the bottom forever without ever touching the floor... But it's Bitcoin! It's Not A Bubbletm
For this reason, Bitcoin is simply destined to rocket upward very, very soon.
For more information on v shape retraces, zigzags, bat patterns and more, check out and see why this is DEFINITELY not a bubble! BUY BUY BUY! HODL HODL HODL! (please buy... p- p- please...? hey you there, stop looking at that altcoin that works better! this is satoshi's creation!)
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How to follow asian charts?

I use tradingview for charting but I am wondering which chart I should look at to follow the asian bitcoin markets.
For USD I use bitfinex, for EUR I follow coinbase or bitstamp.
Which one for the asian markets? Okcoin?
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StakePool Bitcoin Trading Community - Realtime Chat and Interaction with Crypto Traders

StakePool is a new community of bitcoin traders and enthusiasts. Over the past couple months we have been building tools that are useful to daytraders and casual observers alike.
Getting into trading can be tough, as a community we have helped many people ease into it and having a safe place to ask questions and interact with knowledgable traders.
Here's some of the stuff we provide in our completely open and free community:
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We have regulars from multiple important exchanges like Bitfinex, Kraken, and others who are engaging in active discussion on a variety of issues.
Timely information is important in the markets. By having a direct audio and text line through our platforms to other traders, you are able to get plugged in 100% realtime.
We are open to everyone. There is no fee or any censorship. We are oldschool bitcoiners and we keep things free for all, in every way.
We hope this community resource can be of benefit to anyone out there who wants to have instant interaction with bitcoiners or who have an interest to get involved with trading.
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