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Getting Started

1. In the first dropdown, pick "Block" for data related to the blockchain or "Price/Volume" for just price and volume data.

2. In the next dropdown, select what coin you want to look up the following coins are supported: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Monero, Monero0,.

3. Follow the arrows to select the inputs for the request.

The following is an explanation of the drop down menus:

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Units Units you want to see the data in terms of: USD, BTC, EUR
Exchange Pick Aggregated for an average of all exchanges. Otherwise, get your data from the following exchanges:
  • Bittrex
  • Bitfinex
  • Coinbase
  • Bitstamp
  • Gemini
  • Itbit
  • Kraken
  • Korbit
  • Poloniex
Datatype The type of block data:
  • Block size: Size of the block in bytes
  • Block Time: Average time to advance to a new block
  • Difficulty: How difficult it is to find a a hash below a given target
  • Height: The number of blocks preceding on a block chain
  • Number of Transactions
Averaging The frequency of the intreval of data point.
  • 5 minutes:
    Data collected every 5 minutes.
  • 1 hour:
    Data collected every hour.
  • daily:
    Data collected every day.
  • No Averaging:
    Data is collected at random intervals and displayed in scatter plot.

4. If at any point you want to go back click the .

5. Hit the button to graph the data. Hit to reset the drop downs.

6. You can add multiple data types to the graph. For example you can compare the price of Bitcoin to the price of Litecoin or mix and match graph types: compare the hashrate of Bitcoin to it's price.

7. Use the range slider or date input on the graph to navigate your chart:

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You can manually input a date range or drag and slide to the time you want.



8. On the table click to remove from graph.

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9. Click the clipboard, for the shareble url with exact time stamps.

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