If after these trades what is the current bitcoin exchange rate is higher you will here “up” sound, if lower, “down” sound, and if it stays the same “no change” sound. If you set it to 0. This setting is currency specific setting.
It won’t work if you switch to another currency. The chart below is the price change over time. The yellow line is the price at which actual trades were made. Green and red areas near the yellow line show you maximum and minimum price.
Price is shown on the right axis. The Value for this is shown on the left axis. Below is the cumulative depth chart. Moving your mouse over it will give you more information. The value axis for the cumulative depth chart is on the left, enumerated in .
They show market depth changes over the last 10 minutes. The value axis for them is on the right . Bars on the left of the current price are bid offer changes, and on the right ask offer changes. So if somebody is adding a bid offer, you will see a green bar up on the left. About colors: if bids are added they are in green, and when removed they are in red. The big number here is the price at which last trade was made.
And here we have the last trades table. On the left: amount of bitcoins traded. On the right: price at which it happened. If you still have some questions, you can find a link to my contact information on the bottom of this page. I also hang out on freenode under nick comboy. Bitcoin Exchange Review Directory Trying to figure out where to trade Bitcoin?
What the best Bitcoin exchange is? Each Bitcoin exchange review is its own separate page! These estimations are entirely relative in nature: each grade should be understood in the context of the grades given to other service providers. I hope you found this list helpful in choosing where to trade. I particularly would like to know if you disagree with me about any of these exchanges, or if I missed any you consider noteworthy! I’m always looking to update this page and add more exchanges, but the process of reviewing them takes some time. Have to say I agree with just about everything you’ve said.
I met the founder at a bitcoin meetup in HK and seems very legit. I signed up but haven’t traded there yet, so can’t give much of an opinion other than it looks pretty legit. 1 mistakenly as it applies to this article: you can short btc many places including the btc futures exchange icbit. I deleted the first one for that reason.
I corrected the Bitfinex section slightly after reading your original comment. It now says that shorting is something you can’t do most places, but can do on Bitfinex. I haven’t heard of the website you mention, but I’ll look into it, and if it is large enough I’ll add it to the page. I’ve been reading your market reviews, this is gold info! I would like to have a service like coinbase in europe too. What do you recomend for people who lives in europe? I think I’ve most commonly seen Bitstamp suggested for Europeans.
Take a look and see if that works well for you. Has your opinion on Bitfinex changed since you posted this? I am in the middle of writing a full update to this post. My opinion on Bitfinex has not changed much, but it has changed. I am slightly more negative of them technically, but more positive generally due to their customer service actions. What are your thoughts on CoinMKT.