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Huge update to Cryptophyl - the SLP token exchange

Hi there,
We've just released a big update to cryptophyl.com. The complete overhaul includes the addition of new features, a mobile-friendly trading interface and many design improvements. On top of this, we've just seen our biggest month yet of SLP token trading: almost $1M USD over April.

What's new?
Dark theme – We’ve introduced a dark theme which recolours the exchange interface so you can trade indoors without worrying about your eyes. The most requested feature we’ve had, you asked, and we delivered.
Charts – We've added OHLC candle charts to the exchange so you can view price and volume data of all token trading since Cryptophyl launched last August. You can toggle between different periods and set the candle interval.
Mobile friendly trading – We’ve revamped the mobile and desktop trading experience to a modern and responsive web application so you can trade comfortably on the move.
Design improvements – We've refreshed the Cryptophyl logo, colours and typography, as well as redesigning the interface to maximise screen size, to provide a fresh user experience.
Data availability – We've collected the most important trading and price information and have made it readily available from the dashboard – the core of the product. You can start trading, depositing and withdrawing with just a single click from here.
API Keys – You can now generate API keys for programmatic trading directly on the platform. With lucrative arbitrage and market making opportunities existing in this nascent market, there is no better time than now to get started (view API documentation or create API Keys).

Record trading volume
In April we saw $900,000 USD worth of tokens traded over the month. The biggest markets were:

  1. HonestCoin (USDH) - regulatory compliant 1:1 Backed USD stablecoin built on Bitcoin Cash = fast, cheap and stable border-less payments. We offer both BCH and BTC pairs. (Great explainer video why it's a nice alternative to USDT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEiO3mwDwPQ)
  2. Drop Token (DROP) - Cryptophyl's native exchange token which you can earn just for trading and gives you perks and features on the exchange.
  3. Spice Token (SPICE) - a fun appreciation token used for tipping on social media, one of the first and most adopted SLP tokens.

What are SLP tokens?
SLP is an emerging standard for issuing tokens on Bitcoin Cash. This means any token transactions are as scalable, fast and cheap as Bitcoin Cash . You can learn more about SLP tokens and how to quickly create your own token here: http://simpleledger.cash/

What's next for us?
We're working to release Detoken - a trustless token exchange which allows you to buy, sell and trade tokens whilst always being in control of your private key! This means there is no centralised point of failure and you never have to trust us with your coins and tokens. The exchange will be open source. We're making it easy for wallets such as bitcoin.com to integrate Detoken into their product flow and we think it's going to be huge for the SLP token ecosystem!

Thanks,
Semyon, Founder and CEO, Cryptophyl.com
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The Ichimoku Cloud And Trading Strategy

The Ichimoku cloud indicator is a technical indicator of Japanese origin and was a proprietary indicator with its Japanese formulator for around 30 years.
It involves calculating five lines of short to medium duration on the high, low and close of a security’s prices and plotting an area, between two of these five lines, better known as Ichimoku cloud.
These lines help in determining the direction, momentum and support-resistance levels for the time series data. The Ichimoku cloud indicator also generates buy and sell trading signals and is usually plotted along with candlestick to enable better decision making and clearer plots. Calculations for the lines are simple and the time period chosen is somewhat arbitrary:
  1. Tenkan Sen or Conversion Line: (20-period-high + 20-period-low)/2
  2. Kijun Sen or Base Line: (60-period-high + 60-period-low)/2
  3. Senkou Sen A or Leading Span A: (Base Line + Conversion Line)/2
  4. Senkou Sen B or Leading Span B: (120-period-high + 120-period-low)/2
  5. Chikou Span or Lagging Span: (Close of 30 periods ago)
The Direction Of The Price Action
The Ichimoku cloud is formed between the Leading Span A and Leading Span B and helps in determining the strength and direction of the price action. For example, the direction or trend of the price action is up when the prices are above the Ichimoku cloud. Similarly, the direction of the price action is down when prices are below the Ichimoku cloud and the direction is flat when the prices are somewhere in the Ichimoku cloud.
The Strength Of The Price Action
The Strength can be estimated using the difference between the Leading Span A and B lines. When the Leading Span A is increasing and above the other span line, the increase in the difference signifies strength in the uptrend. It also means that the Ichimoku cloud is getting thicker. Similarly, the growth of the Leading span B over the other span line signifies strength in the downtrend and the thickness of the Ichimoku cloud increases again though in the opposite direction.
Python Code And Trading Strategy
The Python code below loads the OHLC data for a cryptocurrency named Bitcoin. It then calculates, plots the various components and the Ichimoku cloud using the pandas and matplotlib functionality.
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## import packages import pandas as pd import matplotlib.pyplot as plt # read the excel; set ‘date’ column as index; rename the columns; #discard columns other than Date and OHLC df = pd.read_excel( 'BTC.xlsx' ,index_col = 'Date' ,names = [ 'Open' , 'High' , 'Low' , 'Close' ], usecols = range ( 5 )) df.sort_index(inplace = True ) ## Sort in chronological order or as earlier dates first df = df.loc[ '2016-10-01' : '2018-9-30' ] ##Select some data using pandas’ .loc indexing # set values for the time periods to be used later # becomes easier this way to change the time period values later to customise the calculations CL_period = 20 # length of Tenkan Sen or Conversion Line BL_period = 60 # length of Kijun Sen or Base Line Lead_span_B_period = 120 # length of Senkou Sen B or Leading Span B Lag_span_period = 30 # length of Chikou Span or Lagging Span # add to the dataframe, different components of the Ichimoku # use shift function to shift a time series forward by the given value df[ 'Conv_line' ] = (df.High.shift(CL_period) + df.Low.shift(CL_period)) / 2 df[ 'Base_line' ] = (df.High.shift(BL_period) + df.Low.shift(BL_period)) / 2 df[ 'Lead_span_A' ] = (df[ 'Conv_line' ] + df[ 'Base_line' ]) / 2 df[ 'Lead_span_B' ] = (df.High.shift(Lead_span_B_period) + df.Low.shift(Lead_span_B_period)) / 2 df[ 'Lagging_span' ] = df.Close.shift(Lag_span_period) df.dropna(inplace = True ) # drop NA values from Dataframe # plot the data using matplotlib's functionality #add figure and axis objects fig,ax = plt.subplots( 1 , 1 ,sharex = True ,figsize = ( 20 , 9 )) #share x axis and set a figure size ax.plot(df.index, df.Close,linewidth = 4 ) # plot Close with index on x-axis with a line thickness of 4 ax.plot(df.index, df.Lead_span_A) # plot Lead Span A with index on the shared x-axis ax.plot(df.index, df.Lead_span_B) # plot Lead Span B with index on the sahred x-axis # use the fill_between call of ax object to specify where to fill the chosen color # pay attention to the conditions specified in the fill_between call ax.fill_between(df.index,df.Lead_span_A,df.Lead_span_B,where = df.Lead_span_A > = df.Lead_span_B, color = 'lightgreen' ) ax.fill_between(df.index,df.Lead_span_A,df.Lead_span_B,where = df.Lead_span_A < df.Lead_span_B, color = 'lightcoral' ) plt.legend(loc = 0 ) #Let matplotlib choose best location for legend plt.grid() # display the major grid plt.show() # Finally display the plot 
Conclusion
Ichimoku cloud is also known as Ichimoku Kinko Hyo. Ichimoku cloud is a technical indicator to gauge momentum, trend and strength of the price action using five lines and a cloud. The indicator has crossover points, just like MACD, to determine buy and sell signals.
Other classic momentum indicators can also be used in conjunction with the Ichimoku cloud to produce clearer buy and sell signals. We have successfully applied the Ichimoku Cloud combined with RSI to generate trading signals in our course on Cryptocurrency trading.
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My main Day Trading screen

My main Day Trading screen
This is what my main Day Trading screen looks like!
What about yours??

https://preview.redd.it/rogxp2prt0a31.png?width=3839&format=png&auto=webp&s=eb4c83a4f80c149db2753580e17e371e1f823411
Top left: 4 DOMs, left-most I change often. In the screenshot, it's showing Bitcoin futures, but I often look at Gold, Crude Oil, or currencies there. Second is most of the time the 10-year or 30-year treasury futures. Third one is the main, where I trade the E-mini S&P 500 futures. Fourth one is the E-mini NASDAQ 100 futures. This is where I place and manage nearly all of my orders related to day trading. The exception being when I'm day trading options, I might sometimes not use a DOM at all and just place the orders directly using an "order entry" window.
Bottom left: 5-min chart corresponding to the left-most DOM, the trading controls for the 4 DOMs above, the VIX and the TICK charts — these last 2 help me in my decision making process when trading the E-mini S&P 500 futures.
Right: in the top a TPO chart corresponding to 3rd (main) DOM, and below it a delta volume chart also corresponding to the main DOM (*). Behind it (not shown) there's a very long-term (i.e., many years worth of data) OHLC weekly chart of the SP500 with nothing on it.
All over the place, there are some watchlists with instruments I like to watch, trade, and some longer-term portfolios and strategies I have positions on.
On a separate screen (not shown), I have Interactive Brokers' Trader Workstation platform open with my portfolio, order management and history, and an options chain, and a separate tab with Risk Navigator. In addition, there's TweetDeck, and a browser, where I mostly read news, reports, and other data. Oh, and Spotify, as I need music to trade!

(*) the delta volume chart includes to the left the daily volume profile (VP) grouped at points (rather than at individual ticks), highlighting the Volume Point of Control (VPOC) and the Value Area (VA). To right, there's another VP with mostly the same settings, except that it shows volume at individual ticks, and it only looks at the most recent 1-hour period, which it displays with a dashed box. The yellow background is the developing VA. The blue / yellow dots are the VWAP, with the color just representing where price is relative to the VWAP. Below it, I have the Cumulative Delta (CD), which highlights whenever there's divergence between price and CD movements (e.g., the left-most green highlight means that CD was going down, and price was going up), and also highlights whenever bars are formed too quickly (the "falling" thin white lines you can see a bunch of near 13:00, which is the market close at my timezone). Further down, the yellow horizontal line is yellow for the day session and blue for the overnight session, which helps me when I'm looking at more data. All the way down, there's a simple volume histogram.
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An analysis of Stability and Spikes

Earlier today I posted a chart showing that price stability appeared to be a strong leading indicator for price increases. The response has been overwhelmingly positive, and I'd like to thank everyone that upvoted, commented, asked a question and left a tip. I do apologise for those that I didn't thank personally (I didn't want to clutter the thread too much) but allow me to show my appreciation by giving you even more analysis!
Calculating Stability - Methodology This is the layout of my spreadsheet at present:
Column A - Date Column B - Daily bitcoin close price (from coindesk) Column C - LN(Column B) Column D - Variance(Column C and previous 9 days) Column E - 1 / Column D
What does this do then? It takes the log of the price of bitcoin, then the variance of that over the last 10 days to get a measure of the % fluctuation in bitcoin's price. The higher the value, the greater the volatility in price over those 10 days. But we want stability, so we take the inverse of that.
Charts Charting price on a log axis against stability to 23rd July gives us the following: http://i.imgur.com/avD61d7.png
It's quite clear that whenever we have a strong period of stability, a noticeable increase in price isn't too far behind.
(In my original post I accidentally said I'd used a 7 day variance, not 10. This changes the magnitude, but not the pattern: http://i.imgur.com/eY6kRig.png )
Forecasts and Interpretation We've identified 3 spikes (A, B and C) that appear to signal a coming increase in price. This chart shows how the price reacted following each of those spikes - click here to zoom.
Clearly there's a lot of variation in the level and timing of the price increase, which I've summarised in this nice little table.
What to do from here? I think I'll start updating the first chart on a regular basis showing daily stability, adding that into the daily discussion thread.
Once it looks like peak stability has been and gone I'll declare that as Day Zero, and will start tracking the price against previous days since peak stability.
No Cults All of this is based on something occuring 3 times in a row. Please none of the "Days until bubble: Peak Stability Date + (67 or 100 days)" nonsense. This is not a guarantee that a bubble's on the way! I know it's a pattern that most of us want to see, but don't let that cloud your judgement. This is not a scientific fact, merely a pattern.
Improving the methodology? I need to get my hands on OHLC or hourly data to improve my meaure of stability, which I believe gergi has supplied me with - I just need to find the time to extract that and update accordingly.
Anyway, I've given you my approach so you can all play around and see what patterns you find. Perhaps setting the variance to more or less than 10 days gives different results? Perhaps using a data source besides coindesk gives an alternative view? Go out there and see what you can uncover!
tl;dr When we have price stability we see an increase in price shortly after. This ranges from +165% to +1610% and can take 67 to 100 days. This is based on 3 observations. A sustained price decrease has never followed stability. We are currently experiencing price stability.
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[uncensored-r/BitcoinMarkets] BTC-ETH minute historical data

The following post by noximo is being replicated because the post has been silently removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
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The original post's content was as follows:
Hi, do you know where I can get historical minute OHLC data for btc-eth trading pair? Since december would be enough but the more the merrier.
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New European exchange launches for bitcoin and altcoin trading

For any Redditors interested in bitcoin and altcoin trading, here is some exciting news.
Our new platform Crix.io has just launched, offering high-speed trading in a number of digital currencies.
Currently we support:
Bitcoin Litecoin Dogecoin Namecoin Peercoin Nextcoin Digital cash
With more altcoins to be added soon.
In order to create the best possible service for our customers, we analyzed the pros and cons of other exchanges in the digital currency sector, and we think we came up with a platform that can rival the very best.
Here are some key features:
Ergonomic design
Our interface has been designed so that traders are able to perform any action from a single screen. Importantly, we kept elements like the OHLC graph, open orders (grouped to visualize the market depth), recent trades and market price data are visible at all times. Other less vital features are available via pop-up menus.
Built for speed
Our proprietary system was built using both parallel processing and tiered data storage to allow massive throughput of user transactions. Thanks to a transaction time of just milliseconds, thousands of simultaneously connected customers can receive the smoothest trading experience.
Emphasis on security
We use a sophisticated proprietary algorithm for our security architecture, incorporating private key storage, cold storage and hardware security modules (HSMs). This means an attacker would not be able to find the private key of any wallet – even in the unlikely event that they managed to gain access to the exchange infrastructure. Additionally, Crix.io has passed a thorough security audit by Crowdcurity, while CloudFlare provides our firewall and protection from DDoS attacks.
So that customers can have a great trading experience from the very start, Crix.io has used some of its initial investment to provide liquidity for the platform.
We’ll be operating without trading fees until July 31st, after which we will offer our customers trading fees ranging from 0.1% to 0.3%.
Why not come and give Crix.io a try? We have worked extremely hard to make this a great platform, but if you feel anything could be improved, please do get in touch.
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Data trade by trade or OHLC?

I'm trying to wrap my mind around how the stock market works and how to use algorithmic trading.
Let's say I want to get data for bitcoin or for a particular stock. What is more valuable, the individual trades or the OHLC with a time period of one minute.
Pros and cons?
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[Any , Alpha] INITCOIN Charts

INITCOIN Charts - Tool in developing process.
An easy tool to analyze the Bitcoin and other crypto currencies value (cost).
Our intention is to offer a professional and easy service in order to optimize your tactics (strategies) on cryptocurrency markets.
Aimed to beginner traders as much as the experienced ones.
Current specifications •+85 Technical (Indicators, Linear regression .. and all the power)
•Multi-platform website platform and Mobile Charts
•Save your layouts (technical indicators, drawing tools ..)
•More than 20 Drawing tools
•11 Chart types: Renko, Line Break, Point and figure... on any time frame!
•Full customizable styles
•Real time chart and market data
.. Working on more!

Free access: https://alpha.initcoin.com

Do you need a better tool? We are open to any upgrade or suggestion here: https://bitcoin-networks.com/suggestions/
Thanks all for your contribution.
And here we come with some new upgrades to our INITCOIN (alpha testing) !

Changelog v0.2

New technical Indicators:
-Ichimoku Cloud, Volume by Price (Soon with more options there), Volume Overlay, Colored Volume Overlay, Colored MACD Histogram .. and more happines!
Drawing Tools:
-Fibonacci Extensions, Fibonacci Timezones, Polygon, Polyline, Trend Channel, Pitchfork, Error Channel, Raff Regression, Quadrant Lines, Tirone Levels, Speed Lines, Gann Fan, Measure Tool
Theme options:
*Be able to customize candle border color, Price line from last value to value axis. *Now you can save/load technical indicator templates (drawing tools coming soon) in the current session.
New feature:
*Click with right button into the drawing tools to see a context menu with 3 options, Settings, Clone or Delete OR simply we have built the shortcut CTRL+C / CTRL+V to copy/paste drawing tools.
*Fullscreen mode instead of full window mode. Now you can use it to take all space available on your screen for the chart.
*Now you can move chart series on any direction around the chart.
*CSV Import DATA- experimental: You can download tick data from any market from sources like bitcoincharts.com and load into the chart module. You can select between building a tick data chart or transform it into candlestick (minute or daily). (NOTE: We are improving this function capability. You will load files with date-ohlc-volume formats from any site and any market as well) soon!
Remember to feedback us a bit :) https://bitcoin-networks.com/suggestions/
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LakeTrader, a professional trading tool.

LakeBTC just launched our brand new trading tool, LakeTrader, earlier today. It is a in-browser trading app, with live data, pro charting, OnClick trade, and CoinDesk BPI data integrated.
![LakeTrader](https://www.lakebtc.com/assets/p3.jpg)
https://www.lakebtc.com/p/2644

Live Data

LakeTrader takes advantages of our latest websocket real time API. In a single web page, traders can view live orderbook data, trade history, open orders, and analyze historical trade data. As long as you are connected to our server, live data will be streamed to your browser in real time. Note that users can only view historical data after March 1, 2014, when a major database migration was carried out.

Pro Charting

We have integrated the charting lib by Trading View. There're loads of features available -- BTCUSD and BTCCNY charts in 1, 5, 15, 30, 60 minutes, 1 day, 1 week intervals with styles in bars, candle-stick, line, area, etc are provided. You can also draw trend lines, trend angles, pitchforks, gann box, fib retracement, ABCD patterns, Elliott Wave subminuette, and so on. For technical analysis, there are about 60 options to choose from, including MACD and others.
LakeBTC also integrated CoinDesk BPI (Bitcoin Price Index) data, an industry-leading index for bitcoin prcies. To switch to CoinDesk BPI, just click in the ticker box on the top left corner, type in any text, and select CDBPI:USD in the drop down. You will see the chart for 1 day and 1 week resolutions (you may want to swtich the chart type to "Line" for 1 day mode since OHLC prices are missing for each day). You may also compare LakeBTC USD chart with CoinDesk USD chart side by side.

OneClick Trade

Traders can place buy/sell orders by a single mouse click on the screen in our OneClick trade mode. Simply set a default order size (e.g., 0.2 BTC) and a multiplier (e.g., ×5), traders can hover his mouse over the Orderbook and an overlay with buy/sell buttons will appear with the corresponding price. Just click the button and the order will be sent to our server in real time. Once accepted, it will show up in the Open Orders pane in real time. This function is extremely easy to use and it's a great tool for all users, especially those trade frequently.
Or, if you prefer the old fashion trade entry, just click Manual tab, and you can fill in price and amount as you would normally do.
If your order got executed, it will disappear (or change in amount) in the Open Orders pane and show up in the Trade History pane, in real time. Note all numbers shown are before trading commission fees.
If you wish to cancel a single open order or all open orders, it's also as easy as a mouse click and the page will update accordingly.
To summarize, LakeTrader is a full feature real time trading application in your browser -- there's nothing to download and install on your local machine. LakeTrader is still in beta, bug reports/comments/criticisms can be sent to [email protected]

About LakeBTC

LakeBTC is a leading bitcoin platform that provides bitcoin trading services. Security, liquidity and service are three strengths that make LakeBTC stand out of the crowd. In addition to technological security measures such as SSL encryption, 2-step authentication, SMS confirmations, LakeBTC team with years of experience in financial industries operates with professional risk management, internal controls, and market surveillance programs that ensure users' fund and personal data are safe and secure.
LakeBTC is one of the Big Four exchanges around the world that determine CoinDesk BPI USD. LakeBTC is also a Gateway Member of International Ripple Gateway Association (IRBA).
Thank you for choosing LakeBTC.com!
LakeBTC Team
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CellBot Tutorial 2 - How to add Crypto Pairs to the OHLC listing CellBot Tutorial 1 - OHLC Period, Balance and Crypto Pairs CellBot - Excel Crypto Trading Bot - YouTube CellBot v1 - Live Crypto #Bitcoin #Trading with an #EXCEL Sheet Fully Automatic on Binance CellBot.io - How to change Crypto Pairs on the OHLC listing system and How to list custom data

MARKET DATA FOR THE GLOBAL BITCOIN ECOSYSTEM. Coinigy provides historical market data on bitcoin and hundreds of alternative cryptocurrencies. Data is available in both RAW (Every Trade) and OHLCV (Open, High, Low, Close, Volume) format as a tab-delimited CSV file. Choose your exchange, market, and data type, and we'll have a custom order in your inbox in less than 24 hours. We always over ... Bitcoincharts offer ONLY Bitcoin data (it’s called Bitcoincharts after all 😛) . It’s the most “limited” of the APIs, but the good news are that: it’s free, doesn’t require authentication, and has A LOT of historical data for Bitcoin. If you want to do Bitcoin analysis, or your objective is to do analysis only from an “educational” perspective, this is a great option. As a ... The data on Cryptodatadownload.com is intended as a free service to provide a starting point for research into cryptocurrency. The information contained herein was compiled from the websites of the cryptocurrency exchanges identified herein (or from the Cryptocompare.com API) and is provided "as-is" and "as available". Cryptodatadownload has not verified this data, so users of this data should ... Futures OHLC Data includes volume. These are historical futures prices for the Binance exchange for select pairs. Includes: Unix timestamp, Date, Symbol, Open, High, Low, Close, Volume quote, Volume base, and tradecount! BTC/USDT ETH/USDT LTC/USDT LINK/USDT BNB/USDT XRP/USDT EOS/USDT TRX/USDT NEO/USDT ETC/USDT XLM/USDT QTUM/USDT BAT/USDT DASH/USDT ZEC/USDT XMR/USD ADA/USD. Historical Trade ... These APIs can be used to gather real-time, OHLC, volume and historical price data for the following Cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Litecoin (LTC), Ethereum (ETH), Dash (DASH), Ripple (XRP), Monero (XMR) plus many more. The full list of supported cryptocurrency markets can be found at this endpoint: Price Symbols. The full list of cryptocurrencies and tokens with full ...

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CellBot Tutorial 2 - How to add Crypto Pairs to the OHLC listing

Website: http://www.cellbot.io/ How to add Crypto Pairs to the OHLC listing In this Video, I have explained about how to the get the historic OHLC data for various intervals. With this data you can generate the candle data of any Equity Cash scrips. The spreadsheet lists OHLC data from the crypto market and makes it simple for you to create any auto trading algorithms/strategies! You can choose any crypto currency pairs from Binance Exchange. It is imperative that we mention Candlesticks in the section on Data Visualization, as candlesticks are arguably the most beautiful and widely used representation of OHLC data. CellBot v1 - Live Crypto #Bitcoin #Trading with an #EXCEL Sheet Fully Automatic on Binance - Duration: 10:10. CellBot - Excel Crypto Trading Bot 1,021 views 10:10

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