Bitcoin market visualizer thing


Having a slight slither of skin in the Bitcoin game, I decided it would be prudent to more closely monitor my investments. There's some fantastic tools for this: Bitcoin Wisdom and Trading View and Co. But they all show a single view, designed to be viewed in a browser tab. I needed something that would show a whole bunch of different views that I could put fullscreen and project on the wall, ensuring I wouldn't miss a single moment of the action. And therefore, bitcoin market visualizer thing.

Clicking the "settings" button at the top shows/hides the cogs for each of the 4 views. Clicking a cog lets you select what will be displayed: there's a whole slew of views (growing all the time): DOGE/BTC, LCT/BTC, even IRC about BTC - or you can paste in your own URL (and email me about it if you think there's a good view that's missing from the defaults). As icing on the cake, I even include a selection of world clocks - so you can make sure you're ready for when China wakes up and the bitcoin world goes crazy.

Last, but not least, there's a "go full screen" link for your visualizer-ing pleasure: so you can accurately track bitcoin on its way to the moon.

2 Comments

  1. Dr. Bobulous wrote:

    Yo bro! Cool site; just discovered it!
    Hey man, I was wondering if you knew anything about this bitcoin site thing loading… I’m probably not gonna have any chance to use it prodigiously, but I got this message where the top two graph thingees look like they should go:

    “Loading…
    Probably Reason
    BitcoinWisdom is temporary down
    Domain is not bitcoinwisdom.com
    Network issue”

    That’s probably what it sounds like, but just so you know!
    Seeya! Keep it up!
    Internet Sojourner

    Thursday, February 13, 2014 at 6:40 am | Permalink
  2. Stan wrote:

    Just in case you need it, bottom left corner of TradingView you can choose your layouts, up to 4 charts per page

    Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 11:48 pm | Permalink

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