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The subreddit for Bitcoins in Switzerland.

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

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

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Bitcoin + Alt-Coins! | Price Predictions ✅ | Cryptowatch

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I built tool where you can easily compare Bitcoin price on Bitgur, CoinMarketCap, CryptoCompare, Cryptowatch, and WorldCoinIndex. Funny or not?

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I built tool where you can easily compare Bitcoin price on Bitgur, CoinMarketCap, CryptoCompare, Cryptowatch, and WorldCoinIndex. Funny or not?

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ShadowCoin/Bitcoin live price chart | CryptoWatch

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Cryptowatch Credits, Donchian Channels

Cryptowatch Credits, Donchian Channels
Read this on the Cryptowatch Changelog.
This week Cryptowatch launched its new pricing structure — Cryptowatch Credits. Instead of upgrading your subscription to unlock features, you can now pay for the features you want, on-demand. Credits can be earned by completing the Onboarding list, or bought with bitcoin or a credit card. All of the core functions of Cryptowatch — trading, portfolio, charts and chat — remain completely free.
A new overlay has also been added to the Analysis menu — Donchian channels. This overlay plots the high and low prices for an asset over a given period, and is useful for signalling trends and ranges for day traders.


Cryptowatch has moved away from subscriptions to a more flexible pricing model — Cryptowatch Credits. In this system, you keep a balance of Credits in your account and pay for features only as you require them. All of the core functions of Cryptowatch — trading, portfolio, charts and chat — remain completely free.
The pricing page is now Credits and Billing, with pricing information and renewal options.
Accounts with open subscriptions had the cost of those subscriptions converted into a Credits balance upon release. You can pay for more Credits with bitcoin or by credit card. Clients with a credit card attached to their account can opt into automatic refills when their Credits balance is low.
Credits are currently used to pay for SMS alerts, REST and WebSocket API connectivity, and extensibility features like Zapier triggers.
Your Credits balance is always visible in the top-right of the screen, next to your account icon. Check out the Credits and Billing page to learn more.
Your Credits balance is always available in the top-bar of any page on Cryptowatch.
The Market Data REST API page has been updated with new pricing information. Anonymous users are now allotted up to 10 credits worth of API requests via the REST API. Clients with billing information in their account can purchase credits to increase their limits.
Pricing details for REST API requests.

Donchian Channels

Donchian Channels (a.k.a. Price Channels) is a new overlay in the Analysis menu that plots high and low prices over a determined period of time. The default period is 20 bars, which can be edited in the Inputs tab when Donchian Channels is selected. This overlay works well on all time periods (from 1 minute (1M) to 1 Week (1W). It does not factor the current bar into its calculation.
Donchian Channels overlaid on Kraken Futures: BTC/USD Perpetual.
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Deribit markets added, Z-score, Share themes in chat

Deribit markets added, Z-score, Share themes in chat
Read this on the Cryptowatch Changelog.
Deribit perpetual futures and expiring futures (quarterly) for Bitcoin and Ethereum can now be watched on Cryptowatch.
We’ve added the Z-score analysis tool, available in the Analysis menu on the Charts page. This tool measures the distance in price from a mean value, stated in terms of standard deviations.
Lastly, you can now share themes in chat. Sending a theme in chat lets other traders copy or instantly apply the theme.

Deribit markets added

Cryptowatch charts of Deribit perpetual futures and expiring futures (quarterly) for Bitcoin and Ethereum are now available to view. Check out Deribit's BTC/USD Perpetual Futures market.

Z-Score Indicator

The Z-Score indicator measures the distance in price from a mean value, stated in terms of standard deviations. Select it from the Analysis menu, and use the “More info” button there to learn more about how to use Z-score.

Share themes in chat

Traders can now send their color themes to each other in the trollbox. To send a theme, open the settings menu (cogwheel, top-right of the page), select the theme to share, click “Copy”, then paste it in the chat box. Hit send, and everyone in the chat can choose to copy your theme or apply it to their terminal immediately.
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Portfolio, Trade Ticket, COVID Updates

Portfolio, Trade Ticket, COVID Updates
Read this on the Cryptowatch Changelog.

Improved Chart Snapshots

We’ve improved our chart snapshot feature so all your snapshots are hosted on unique links you can share and refer back to. Every chart snapshot includes all the TA and drawings shown on your chart and some information about the market. You can also share directly to the Trollbox after taking a snapshot.

Full History for 1 Day or Higher Intervals

‌Normally, our charts are truncated at 500 candles. However, for 1 day (1D), 3 day (3D), and 1 week (1W) charts, you can now scroll back to the beginning of that market’s history. Here’s Bitstamp BTCUSD on the 1 day interval all the way back in 2013.

Change Order Total in Trade Ticket

‌You can now edit the Total field in our trade ticket. This was a highly requested feature that improves the usability of our trade ticket - thank you to those who reached out about it. When you edit the Quantity, Price, or Total fields, one field that will change is market with an i symbol.

Portfolio - Percent to Fill and Positions USD Quantity

Now you can visualize how close all of your orders are to their fill price, across exchanges, with this new bar in the Orders tab of your Portfolio.
We also added a Quantity USD field into the Positions table of your Portfolio. This makes it easier to see the size of your positions side by side, against each other. ‌
Order Percent to Fill
How close are your orders to filling?
Quantity USD in Portfolio Positions Tab
Qty USD field is the quantity of your position in USD

Alerts from Anywhere

‌You can now access and place alerts from any page on the interface with the alerts horn in the upper right corner. Your alerts will also trigger in the browser even when you don’t have that particular market open.

COVID-19 Crypto Tracker

‌We added a tracker for total and daily COVID-19 data against the Bitcoin price - check it out here.

New Emojis in the Trollbox

We continue to grow our library of custom emojis with these additions:
  • :virus:
  • :tp:
  • :purell:
  • :stonks:
  • :money_printer:
  • :wsb:
  • :tendies:
  • :ric_flair:
See them all on our changelog here.
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Pay with BTC and Better Alerts Management

Pay with BTC and Better Alerts Management
Cryptowatch is the only terminal you need to analyze, make, and manage trades on top crypto exchanges. Try our Basic plan to see how much easier trading can be.
Read this changelog on Cryptowatch:

Pay for Cryptowatch with Bitcoin

Cryptowatch has paid plans to unlock trading and portfolio upgrades, access to APIs and more. You've been asking to pay in Bitcoin, so we've enabled it. From your account's Subscription page, you can now pay for your plan in Bitcoin via BTCPay Server. The option also exists when you create a new account.
Paying with Bitcoin

See all your alerts in the alerts menu

You can now see all your alerts, across markets, in the alerts dropdown from any trading terminal page. You can also create, modify, and cancel them from here. To learn more about how alerts work on Cryptowatch, check out our Guides.
Managing all alerts from a single chart
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Where do you check the bitcoin price?

I'm interested to see which site do you lot use to check the bitcoin price.
I myself use cryptowatch.
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Which Place Is Safe To Buy Bitcoins

Which Place Is Safe To Buy Bitcoins
Bitcoins (BTC) the most valuable and talked about cryptocurrency is a digital floating exchange that is most used actively on trades of exchanges.
Launched in 2009, it is considered to be a digital firm which has grown wildly over the past years, used mostly for online purchases and an investment There are numerous trading platforms and online exchanges that let you trade bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
But the main thing you have to beware of is trading costs, platform security, and reputation/trust of the bitcoins suppliers.
Which place is safe to buy this Bitcoins?
Bitcoins, not sponsored by any government. Instead of, you can buy bitcoins from bitcoins mining community or else you can also buy them with dollars or nearly any other currency.
As noted, there are few places where you can safely buy this bitcoins
Coinbase is the largest and most reputed Bitcoin platform functioning in the United States. It is one of the easiest places to start with Bitcoin which offers both an exchange and wallet in one choice. It supports Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum and Litecoin.
Once you sign up and connect your bank account, you can easily transfer funds in and out of your account and convert them to Bitcoin and back to dollars at will. You can access it through both the Web app or mobile app. It utilizes two-factor authentication and keeps redundant digital and paper backups of data “in safe deposit boxes and vaults around the world.
Coinmama has more than one million customers in 188 countries and it functions as a all-in-one exchange and digital wallet that makes it easy to buy Bitcoin and a limited list of additional currencies in the U.S. Dollars or Euros. It has no mobile app, but the website is very high quality \
Robinhood initially started as a fee-free stock brokerage and recently expanded into the world of digital currencies. From February 2018, you can buy and sell Bitcoin and other digital currencies completely fee-free on this platform. It supports Bitcoin and Ethereum trades and market data for another 15 currencies. Started its operation in mobile first and recently it added a Web version, so it is best for people comfortable managing money from their phone or tablet.
Binance supports a wide range of digital currencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum and its own Binance Coin (BNB). It offers a wide option to trade coins into multiple currencies and supports digital currencies, including EOS, Skycoin, TRON, ICON, Ethereum Classic, Litecoin, Ripple, Stellar Lumens, Bitcoin Cash, plus a bunch of cryptocurrencies. But noted, there are also some bugs reported with this Android mobile app and some users have reported delays withdrawing certain currencies
CoinExchange is another low-cost exchange platform as it offers a huge number of coins on its platform, perhaps the biggest lists of coins supported by any platform on this list. On this platform the website looks simple, it comes to the point of security, it is robust and has long-term support for currencies on this platform.
Coinbase Pro
Coinbase Pro (formerly known as GDAX) looks familiar to those who use Bloomberg terminals or active stock, commodity and option trading platforms. Because GDAX is now part of Coinbase, funds are safe and insured, and the majority of coins are stored in physical form offline to prevent theft.
Square Cash
Square cash is another mobile app, here you can buy and sell Bitcoin with no fees. Buying and selling free puts this Cash app near the top of the places to buy Bitcoin list. Unlike some digital wallets, you don’t hold your Bitcoin outside of Square, it is held in your Square Cash account on your behalf to sell or withdraw. But if you do want to send your coins to another wallet, Square does offer that feature.
Local Bitcoins
LocalBitcoins was founded in june 2012 and has set its marketplace from Helsinki, Finland. The site uses an escrow system, and the transfer of bitcoin is made after funds are received in the sellers account. The site is suggested for casual traders seeking more privacy.
Paxful Bitcoins
Paxful is very popular in the cryptocurrency space. In this platform, you can start immediately with a digital wallet and also you are allowed to buy or sell hassle-free bitcoins. It has both the functions of a website and the mobile apps.
Which Is The Correct Time To Buy Bitcoins?
To Find out the right time to purchase bitcoins, make use of tools like Bitcoin Wisdom or Cryptowatch.
It has a metrics chart which analyse with the other Bitcoin trading sites. These charts will help you understand Bitcoin’s price history across the many global Bitcoin exchanges.
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Don't be stupid like me...

TL:DR - If you believe in bitcoin, just buy and hodl, if you don't, don't. Leave buying and selling to the professional day traders. For the main point, jump to last two paragraphs.
Edit: this post is less about the philosophy of what bitcoin is/should be, and more a slightly inebriated rant about addiction and how it can ruin your financial goals.
Post 2x cancellation Edit: I deleted all my bitcoin checker apps, so I didn't see the news til literally 10 minutes ago. My heart is racing right now. Trying to get my mind back, but I'm having a hard time. Thinking about how I could have made a couple hundred dollars. "If only I had been watching the news" "If only I had sold at 7800" This is what a gambling addiction looks like my friends. I'm watching the price as we speak, I almost panic sold at 7000, 20 minutes ago. The price is now back up to 7300. Nope, 7350. I am confident in bitcoin's value. I am confident that after the speculators are done with their crap the price will re-stabilize. I am confident that the blocksize will be increased in the future by a majority consensus that we can all agree to. Yup and after I finished typing, it's back at 7400, where it was yesterday night. Unless there is a governmental crackdown, nothing about my view of bitcoin's future has changed. Could some of us have made a quick buck just now? Yes. Could even more of us lost a ton of bitcoin through poor timing? Absolutely. Most likely, someone did. Determine your investments based on the long term.
3rd edit: I know this thread is dead, but this is mostly for me. If I sold at gemini's high of 7950 and bought back in at the low of 7050, I still would have only made back a couple hundredths of a bitcoin (i know you should never say how much you have online, but that should only tell you how little i have :P). That couple hundredths of a bitcoin is still less than how much I've lost from trading.
Original Post: I'm posting this because I just had a big hodl wake-up-call and hopefully this story will be useful to someone out there with an addictive personality. (I know the rest of you will just think I'm a big idiot and you'd be right)
I first heard of bitcoin perhaps 4 years ago from a friend but had just graduated with no money, so I forgot about it until he brought it back up last Christmas, and again in June before the large jump. I had gone back to grad school 2 years ago, so I once again had very little saved up, but after the jump to 4000USD/bitcoin, i thought, enough is enough, and put in a small amount to buy a fraction of a bitcoin. I freaked out as the price started to drop back down, but I had read a lot, enough to convince me that Bitcoin's worth is not just in the dollar cost, but in it's usefulness as a future currency and store of value. I tried to hodl as best I could, but eventually when it dropped back to 4000USD I couldn't take it and sold my bitcoin. I kept looking at the price though and every time it jumped up, I would change my mind and buy back in.
I eventually decided that I did believe that bitcoin's value would increase til 10,000, so I kept transferring more paychecks into my exchange and bought more bitcoin, but by this time I was obsessed with trying to beat the market, and was doing a lot of reading on and constantly buying and selling.
During the recent drop from 7500 to 7000, I was sure I would be able to time my buys perfectly, and made a bunch of charts and looked at all the points of resistance and support. I messed up a couple times at the beginning, but by the end of the downtrend, I had increased my bitcoin by 2%, which I thought was pretty good. Then, even though I could tell that crazy market support was keeping bitcoin from dropping below 7000, I thought that even the slightest possibility that it would drop below support would cause a huge crash to 6800. I walked away for about 20 minutes to do some school stuff and then by the time I came back it had risen to 7200. I had lost all of the day's gains and then some. Bought back in.
A lot of people have been telling me recently that I've been stuck on my phone and pc and that I was addicted to looking at bitcoin. That and my recent flub prompted me to actually evaluate how much bitcoin value I had. I had a pretty good feeling in the back of my mind that I had lost way more than I earned, but I had no idea how much because of the fact that I had deposited money into the exchange so often that I couldn't tell just by looking at the balance. I added up all the bank transfers I had made and the amount I had added to my exchange was....equal to the amount I currently had. Plus about 20 dollars or so. WHAT?!? I knew that although I started when Bitcoin was worth around 4000USD, I would only be up maybe 15% of the total USD I bought with, since I had been buying incrementally up til now. Therefore only the initial deposit should have increased by 80% and the rest would have gone up 60%, 40%, 20%, 10%, etc, depending on when I bought it. However, I didn't expect to only be up by 1% or so...
So what happened? Thinking back, there were a lot of times when I was absentmindedly on during class or while studying, or even during working out and gaming. I know there were a lot of times I did a panic trade during those moments, but I was cognizant of the fact that most impulse buys are wrong and one of the worst ways to trade, but I thought I had it mostly under control. Besides, I was sure I remembered more times when I made the correct decision than times when I didn't. After doing the math, it was clear that I was wrong more than I was right, but IT STILL DIDN'T add up. I wasn't wrong THAT often. The math told me that yes, I would have only been up 9% instead of 15%, but that's still more than...1%. Then I thought about the transaction fee. I really didn't think that could have been it, because I picked an exchange with 0.25% fee, way lower than coinbase or many of the other exchanges. And besides, no way I could have made that many trades right??
So I went through my transaction history...and found page...after page...after page...of completed trades. Most of them I couldn't even remember having done. 78 COMPLETED transactions in the last 3 months. I totaled up my trading volume and found that I bought and sold a volume that was 37 times the amount of bitcoin I had. THIRTY SEVEN TIMES. I traded a volume 3700% what I actually have. 0.25% of 3700% is 9.25%. THAT is where my money went.
So, lessons learned: 1. I'm not a good day tradeyou can't trade absentmindedly if you're a scrub with no experience. 2. I lost more money just from the act of trading itself 3. I have an addictive personality. For me it was no difference than someone hitting the slots. 4. I could have done more/earned more money/lived my life with the time I wasted on trying to beat the market.
Ironically, lesson 4 is EXACTLY word for word what I told my brother when he started becoming interested in Bitcoin a couple months back.
If you're someone who a) isn't an idiot and can make good trade or b) isn't an idiot and can hodl, you can laugh, I deserve it. For the rest of you who are like me, I know you're out there. We're the reason the market moves the way it does, we're the idiots who keep freaking out and causing those huge dips. If you believe that long term Bitcoin is an amazing commodity, then buy and just hold or use it as a currency. If you don't believe in it, then don't buy it. Don't sell unless you firmly change your mind about Bitcoin's long term outcome.
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Alerts and News

Alerts and News
See the full changelog on here:
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What can you do with a Cryptowatch account? Trade right on your price charts across 8 top exchanges with nifty features to make trading easier, never miss a price movement with SMS alerts, and view your portfolio aggregated across 12 exchanges - sign up here if you haven't already for a two-week free trial.
On to this week's release:

New Commands for CLI: Set Alerts

Using the recently launched Command Line Interface (CLI), you can now set Price and Volume Alerts. To set an Alert, use the "alert" command, followed by:
using <, >, >=, <= to indicate the direction of the alert. To set an alert when Bitcoin/USD reaches $15,000 on Kraken, just enter
alert kraken btcusd price >=15000 
For a Volume Alert, the command structure is:
alert   volume    
"Type" is either "base" or "quote" volume - the volume down below on your charts defaults to "base" volume (or the volume in whatever coin you're looking at). Volume alerts can be set on different intervals, like 1 hour (1h), 1 day (1d), 1 week (1w) - see the interval selector at the top of your chart for all the options - you can find it next to the exchange and asset pair you're looking at in the top left of any chart page. Or you can just type "ls intervals"in the CLI.
Here's an example of a volume alert:
alert kraken btcusd volume 1h base 1000 
That alert would trigger if the volume of bitcoin traded in a 1 hour Bitcoin/USD candle exceeded 1000 bitcoins on Kraken.
You can also add multiple price or volume alerts at once:
alert kraken btcusd price >=13000 >=14000 >=15000 >=16000 >=17000 >=18000 >=19000 >=20000 
As always, help is there. Type the below to have it all in front of you. Here's the full documentation on the Command Line Interface (CLI).
alert -h

Theme Contest

The theme contest continues - check out our blog for how to enter. Winners chosen by the Cryptowatch design team will earn a year of Cryptowatch Pro, giving you access to our Trollbox community, lightning-fast WebSocket API for market data from 26 exchanges, and more. No payment necessary to create a theme and try out some of the great ones on's Twitter feed.
Here are a few of our favorites so far:
Clockwise from top left, they are:
  • from @darrenma007 - "Monokai,#272822,#ffffff,#66d9ef,#fd971f,#ae81ff,#a6e22e,#f92672"
  • from @CryptoRothbard - "ancap,#383838,#f1eb09,#000000,#a88c00,#000000,#eafc0d,#030303"
  • from @i_van_kaz - "ivankaz,#0f1929,#f0f0f0,#584baa,#fcfc5f,#425e71,#dd9447,#4344e1"
  • from @iridion_ - "SNES,#e0e0e5,#54585a,#a7a4e0,#e4000f,#b2b4b2,#9377d5,#747776"

News on the Homepage

The team moved our News section up on the homepage below the assets table - stay on top of the latest events here, and look out for more real-time news offerings in the future.

Trollbox Upgrades

We've whitelisted images from to let our trolls share memes and gifs. We also collapsed the Trollbox by default for regular visitors to the website - don't forget to open it up once in a while or you might miss an easter egg.
Get started with Cryptowatch now
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Beginner’s Guide to Exchanges – Part 1

Beginner’s Guide to Exchanges – Part 1

Hola Compadres! It is me u/poop_dragon here with another guide. Today I would like to run through a list of ETH exchanges. This is just Part 1 of this list, and it covers established exchanges. Soon I will post Part 2 and 3 which will go into some other types of exchanges (derivative markets, coin converters, decentralized, and foreign exchanges) Side note, I have given rating to these exchanges based on some comparisons, news, and information which I have found online. Recently, EVERY exchange has been slow/unresponsive in their customer service due to the huge influx of new users. My intention is to help educate new users about the exchanges available. I am not trying to discredit, advertise, pump up, or damage reputations. If you feel something is inaccurate, please respectfully bring it up in the comments. I will be editing as we go. Last thing of note, I have only included the lowest level trading tier to calculate trading fees, which assumes the highest rates. Most exchanges offer lower fees for bigger orders, but I have gone with the assumption that everyone here is not dropping whale amounts of cash.

00 – Concepts and Definitions

01 –Digital Exchanges


Exchange Type Maker Taker
All Currencies .15% .25%
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator Available
Wallet Security ‘Majority’ of Funds in cold storage
Personal Information Encrypted and Stored Off-Site
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address Official ID Bank Info KYC Limits
Level 1 X X $2,000 USD Daily Withdrawal Limit
Level 2 X X X X X X $7,000 USD Daily Withdrawal Limit
Level 3 X X X X X X $25,000 USD Daily Withdrawal Limit
Level 4 X X X X X X X X >$25,000 USD Daily Withdrawal Limit
What is a KYC? It stands for Know Your Customer Documentation. This varies between exchanges. However, like most things, if you have to ask, you probably can’t afford it.


Exchange Type Maker Taker
All Currencies .25% .25%
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator Available
Wallet Security Multi-stage wallet Majority’ of Funds in cold storage
Personal Information IP Whitelisting restricts trading from new addresses
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address Official ID Bank Info KYC Limits
Basic X X X 3 BTC or less daily
Enhanced X X X X X X 100 BTC or less daily

02– Fiat Exchanges - USA

Coinbase (GDAX)

Country Credit/Debit Linked Bank Account Wire Transfer
Australia 3.99% - -
Canada 3.99% - -
Europe 3.99% 1.49% SEPA- Free (€0.15)
Singapore 3.99% 1.49% -
UK 3.99% - SEPA Free (€0.15)
US 3.99% 1.49% $10 Deposit / $25 With / ACH Free
Exchange Type Maker Taker
ETH/FIAT 0% .30%
ETH/BTC 0% .30%
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address Official ID Bank Info KYC Limits
Level 1 X X X
Level 2 X X X X X Crypto Only
Level 3 X X X X X X X Fiat Enabled
Level 4 X X X X X X X X Higher Fiat Limits
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator, Authy, SMS
Wallet Security 98% Assets in Cold Storage
Personal Information 3rd Party Verified, Secured, Stored Offline
Digital Currency Insurance Fully Insured by Lloyd’s of London
Fiat Insurance Up to $250,000 by FDIC
Bug Bounty Multiple bounties up to $10,000


Country Linked Bank Account Wire Transfer
EUR Free SEPA €5-10 (€0.09 Withdrawal)
US Free SWIFT $10 ($60 Withdrawal)
UK Free SWIFT £10 (£60 Withdrawal)
CAN Free SWIFT Free ($10 Withdrawal)
Exchange Type Maker Taker
ETH/FIAT .16% .26%
ETH/BTC .16% .26%
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address Official ID Bank Info KYC Limits
Level 0 X No Trading Allowed
Level 1 X X X X No Fiat, Unlimited Crypto
Level 2 X X X X Fiat $2,000Day/$10,000Mo
Level 3 X X X X X X Fiat $25,000Day/$200,000Mo
Level 4 X X X X X X X X Fiat $100,000Day/$500,000Mo
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator, Master Key Available
Wallet Security Majority Assets in Cold Storage
Personal Information PGP Encrypted Emails, Global Settings Lock
Digital Currency Insurance Maintain Full Reserves
Bug Bounty Multiple bounties


Country Linked Bank Account Wire Transfer
USD Free Free
Exchange Type Maker Taker
ETH/ALL .10-.25% .25%
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address Official ID Bank Info KYC Limits
Individual X X X X X X X None - Except for ACH
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator, Authy Available
Hot Wallet Security Hot Wallet Hosted by Amazon Web Services
Cold Wallet Stored in 2 tiers of cold and 'cryo' multi-sig storage
Personal Information Encrypted in Transit and Stored Offline
Digital Currency Insurance Fidelity bond by 'top-tier insurance company'
Fiat Insurance Up to $250,000 by FDIC

03– Fiat Exchanges - Hong Kong


Country Credit/Debit Bank Transfer Express Bank Transfer
ALL - .1% ($20 Minimum) 1% ($20 Minimum)
Exchange Type Maker Taker
ETH/ALL .10% .20%
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address Official ID Bank Info KYC Limits
Individual X X X X X X (2) X X No Stated Limits
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator, Twilio Available
Account Security New IP Addresses locked for 24 hours, require verification and detection
System Security Hosted and Backed-up on Linux, protection from DDoS
Personal Information Email encryption with OpenPGP
Wallet Security Only .5% of funds are stored in hot wallets
EDIT : Thank you to u/Ginger_Bearded_Man for the suggestion. Bittrex has been added.
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Tools Menu and Asset Search

Tools Menu and Asset Search
Did you know you can get free portfolio tracking across 12 exchanges through Cryptowatch? Create an account to track your portfolio and save your settings across sessions and track your portfolio. Trading through the interface starts at just $10 month.
On to what we shipped this week:

New Analysis Tools Menu

As new indicators and overlays for charts are constantly created, we want to ensure Cryptowatch helps you access these new perspectives on the market. Today, we’re excited to debut a new Analysis Tools menu on our charts to help you select, configure, and learn about all the tools on our platform. All the Indicators and Overlays you know and love have now moved to this one menu, between the candle settings and the pencil icon.
We heard you wanted more customization of your charts, so from within the Analysis Tools menu you can now:
  1. Alter the style of each tool - like the colors of the lines for Bollinger Bands
  2. Change the price input of a tool - like creating an EMA with the High prices of each candle instead of Close
Finding tools will now be easier as the list grows: search from the top of the menu, ‘favorite’ any tool with the star, and filter the list by Type or Category (like Momentum and Volatility) from within the Filters menu next to the search bar.
Finally, tools are useless if misunderstood - so we’ve included a description of each tool, a visual example, and the corresponding calculation under the Info tab that reveals itself when a tool is selected in the menu.
Change can be daunting, we know - but we think you'll find this new menu not only easier to use, but more helpful for discovering new perspectives on the market. Play around with it and let us know what you think.

Asset Search and Watchlist

When you go to an asset page like Bitcoin's, you'll now see a dropdown of all the assets in the platform. Search, save, and learn more about all the coins and cryptos at your disposal.

Asset Selector closed
Asset Selector opened!

Available Funds Everywhere

The available funds indicator you know from Portfolio is now visible in the trading panel to give you a better idea of the balances at your disposal while trading any market.

Want to work with us?

Check out our careers page for the latest listings. If you want a head start, show us what you can do with some of our public APIs. Our new WebSocket API is currently in beta and free for now - try it out by emailing your Cryptowatch username to [[email protected].](mailto:[email protected].)

Trading via APIs?

Try streaming trade data from 25 exchanges with Cryptowatch WebSockets API - just email us your username at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) to get started.
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No the BTC Tenx price is fine. Here is why.

I see this question more and more often so I am making a post now to get ahead of FUD from serenity. The first thing you will notice when seeing the price is that it sometimes is 1000$ lower than you saw on cryptowatch. How comes? Tenx having an issue? NOO. ABSOLUTELY NOT. Tenx has to sell the bitcoin for you on a platform which does support such a program. I don't know exactly what exchanges they use but I heared poloniex is among them. Why can't they use coinbase? Market selling on coinbase always has a fee, only limit orders under the market price can be set which is not instant sell.
*Why is there a difference on the exchanges now? * Arbitraging does not work right now due to slow btc network speeds. So what is "arbitrage", it's the market regulating itself between exchanges mostly with bots. You see btc is cheap here and expensive there? Buy cheap sell on the expensive exchange. Since you can't get from the cheap to the expensive exchange (coinbase) with btc you are stuck in the cheap system.
When btc was 8k a few weeks ago it was 13k$ in Zimbabwe. You needed a bank account there and one in America and you could have been rich by arbitraging. Or Korean prices are sometimes up 20% but you don't get the KRW back to dollar in, matter of minutes. So in conclusion. When the network itself is slow due to bans of governments or network maximum capability. The prices between selling and buying on different exchanges variate a lot. Try selling your btc you got on a cold wallet in under 1 day with low fees right now. You can't. That's just the case. So before FUDing pls read, how the market works and look up the market prices on coinmarketcap. As long as the exchanges don't have lightning in between each other running, there will be huge differences on markets.
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[English -> Chinese] Proofread a translation of my Bitcoin website!

I run a Bitcoin market data site,
I am working on a Chinese version of the UI
However I don't speak Chinese. I have just been copy-pasting stuff I find online to do it. There is not much to translate since most of it is numbers, so I thought I could get away with this. But it would be great to get a sanity check.
Could a Chinese-speaking friend help me out and compare the Chinese UI to the English, and tell me if anything is off?
Also worth looking at are the meta description and title tags.
Cryptowatch - live Bitcoin price charts
Cryptowatch - 比特币的实时价格图表
Live price chart and market data for BTC-e, Bitstamp, Huobi, BTCChina, OKCoin, and other Bitcoin exchanges
实时价格走势图与股市的更新为如BTC-e, Bitstamp, 火币网, 比特币中国, OKCoin等交易所的比特币行情信息
Any help is appreciated. If I get a thorough answer I may have some Bitcoin to spare! ;) Thank you!
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Portfolio Upgrades and Speed

All the user-facing updates in our latest release:

Portfolio Upgrades: Balances and Dust

We've done the backend work to enable total balances to show in Portfolio, meaning open orders won't affect your Portfolio balance! We also wanted to let you know that we hide dust automatically, and currently define it as any holding which is less than .01 of your quote currency. Please let us know your thoughts on how you view/handle dust for your own portfolio as we will look to provide additional ways to handle that in the future.

Indices on Cryptowatch

We now publish indices created by CryptoFacilities on our site. Indices are fairly new to the crypto industry, but a cornerstone of financial systems and a bit step in legitimizing crypto as an asset class. Since our indices tracking is new, you may not see much historical data for a few of the pairs. Stay tuned for more interactivity with these indices and features around them in the future. When the whole world has a stake in a Bitcoin index, you can say you saw it here first.

Fixed: Snappier Price Updates

Our team and several users noticed that the last price on the chart, the last price in the orderbook, and the trades flowing in on the past trades section were updating at slightly different rates. We brought them all in sync, so you'll see everything flash together in real time as trades come in for all our markets.

Trading via APIs?

Try streaming trade data from 25 exchanges with Cryptowatch WebSockets API - just email us your username at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) to get started.

New to Cryptowatch?

Want to monitor your portfolio and trade across all your exchanges on the fastest market data in crypto? Sign up for a free Cryptowatch account here.
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Appears Cryptowatch has removed BitMex from it's Platform

Last night MrJozza made me aware of the 404 error given here :
Originally I thought it just might be a data feed issue but it also appears that BitMex has been removed from the list of exchanges as well on Cryptowatch. Edit: BitMex feed has now been restored a little over 24 hours later but you can see the lapse in data on the chart
I tweeted at Cryptowatch last night and have received no answer. My tentative hypothesis maybe that it has something to do with BitMex's recent daily digest that might have offended some people -- not saying it is THE reason but other's like Charlie Shrem have tweeted at Bitmex about the bad taste of posting the picture of the ISIS terrorist that cuts off american reporter's heads. The data feed to other apps like bitcoin checker and whalecalls has not been affected which are using BitMex API as well as having talked to those at Bitmex their API data hasn't changed at all so I am not sure what is causing the issue.
I guess even though CW was bought by Kraken Artur has stated the platform will continue to support competitors and I cant fault a business for making a decision they feel is morally right -- however what is disturbing is the removal with out warning or explanation as of yet. Currently CW is the only platform that allows drag and drop price alerts for BitMex's products
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How to Value a Digital Asset Exchange - 17Q1 Edition

I have updated my assessment of the Western exchanges.
March 2017 was a record month thanks to:
All three now support Tether USD, which will facilitate the reduction of spreads between these leading exchanges, and further distance them from the rest of the pack, which is at least 50% behind.
Market data and details about the valuation method can be found in the same place:
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I overlaid Bitcoin Prices with 'Buy Bitcoin' Google Search Trends

Graphs here:
First I downloaded the data from Google (keyword = 'Buy Bitcoin') and Cryptowatch. As Google results is relative and not absolute search volume, I had to normalise both data sets so that both the prices and searches fall between 0 to 1. In this way, you can see who follows who.
From just observing the graph, I found that search trends surprisingly follow prices. However, it contained a lot of noise so I smoothed it by calculating the 7 Day Moving Average. As you can see, search follows closely to Prices. However, it tends to overreact when the prices are dropping and rises too fast before the price rises.
I also did a quick analysis and found out that lagging the search by 14 days is a significant variable (p-value = 0.002) whereas any other lag is not significant.
If search trends are true, then we should experience higher prices soon! #tothemoon
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Useful bitcoin tools for Google Sheets

If you use Google Sheets to keep track of various bitcoin-related things, you will find the following Google Script functions useful. They allow you, for instance, to keep track of the balance of a bitcoin address and the price on various exchanges.
function getBitcoinBalance(bitcoinAddress) { var response = UrlFetchApp.fetch('' + bitcoinAddress + '?format=json'); var json = response.getContentText(); var data = JSON.parse(json); return data.final_balance * Math.pow(10,-8); } function getBitcoinCashBalance(bitcoinCashAddress) { var response = UrlFetchApp.fetch('' + bitcoinCashAddress + '/balance'); var json = response.getContentText(); var data = JSON.parse(json); return data * Math.pow(10,-8); } function getCoinfloorPrice(cur1, cur2) { var response = UrlFetchApp.fetch('' + cur1 + '/' + cur2 + '/ticke'); var json = response.getContentText(); var data = JSON.parse(json); return Number(data.last); } function getCryptowatchPrice(exchange, pair) { var response = UrlFetchApp.fetch('' + exchange + '/' + pair + '/price'); var json = response.getContentText(); var data = JSON.parse(json); return data.result.price; } 
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CoinTools: a set of command-line tools and Ruby libs for checking cryptocurrency prices on CoinMarketCap etc.

I've been building some tools for myself since January to automate some work around crypto trading. One thing I needed was a way to quickly check the price of a given coin right now or in the past ("what was the price of BTC on Kraken last Monday when I made that purchase/sale?"), either manually when I'm updating some spreadsheets, or as a part of some larger script. Previously I'd usually do this manually, opening CoinMarketCap/Bitcoinity/Cryptowatch, finding the right date and reading the value from the chart, but it was pointless work that added up to quite a lot of time, so it seemed like a perfect thing to automate by connecting to these sites' APIs. (Of course it kind went like this: since I probably spent way more time building this than I saved...)
So far I've added support for 3 price APIs: CMC, and, and I'm not really planning to add any more at this point since this covers everything I need: CMC lists every coin possible, has past prices for most major coins on major exchanges with pretty good precision, and has past prices for more coins but with worse precision.
All 3 can be used in two ways:
1. From the command line:
> cmcap bitcoin bitcoin @ 2018-07-12 16:52:37 +0200 ==> 6201.51 USD 
You can add -q to get just the value, if you want to pass it further to other commands:
> cmcap bitcoin -q | sed -e 's/\./,/' >> stats.csv 
For Cryptowatch and CoinCap you can also check historical prices (the precision usually decreases the further you go in the past, but it should usually be good enough):
> cryptowatch kraken btceur "2017-12-27 9:30" kraken:btceur @ 2017-12-27 09:00:00 +0100 ==> 13562.4 EUR 
CoinMarketCap doesn't currently have a public API that lets you check prices in the past.
  1. If you know Ruby, you can make all the same calls from code, and some more - e.g. for CMC there's a method to download all coins on the site sorted by rank.
    require 'cointools'
    cw = result = cw.get_price('kraken', 'btceur',, 12, 1)) puts result.price
    cmc = cmc.get_all_prices.first(10).each { |c| p [c.symbol, c.usd_price] }
Hopefully someone will find these tools useful :)
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