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Chrome eats up CPU on bitcoin.clarkmoody.com, anybody else have the same problem?

I found CPU fan running even when I'm only browsing. It turns out a Chrome Renderer process eats up 50% CPU. When I kill it the clarkmoody tab dies.
If I restart that tab, similar thing happen again.
Anybody else have the same issue? Is it Chrome's problem, Clarkmoody's or mine?
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How about plotting MtGox lag time on bitcoinity & bitcoin.clarkmoody?

Maybe this will reveal the relationship between lag time (caused by DDOS attacks), and price action. Maybe it's a leading indicator.
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The math behind bitcoin.clarkmoody.com

Hi, i am looking to find the math behind http://bitcoin.clarkmoody.com . The different type method M1, M3, M5, M15, H1, H4, D1, D3 and W1. I found the math for simple normal stock, but how do I apply it to bitcoin math?
I hope someone understand and could help me, thanks.
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Bitcoin.ClarkMoody.com - Approved mcxNOW

Bitcoin.ClarkMoody.com - Approved mcxNOW submitted by JimStone- to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin.ClarkMoody.Com Charts Explained...

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Weird buy/sell spam in the last few minutes, does anybody have any insight? (watching http://bitcoin.clarkmoody.com/)

I didn't get a screenshot in time of the actual trades, but here's the activity in a graph:
http://imgur.com/CIIX5qC.png
There was a rush of alternating buys and sell, starting at some amount (I didn't see the first one) slowly dwindling to nothing. It looked like someone was buying and selling the same quantity over and over again, less a transaction fee, wich caused the quantity to drop to 0 over time.
Does anybody have any insight into what would motivate such behavior?
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bitcoin.clarkmoody.com suckiest chart around

Far too many times, it won't even update for a whole day. Can someone give me a link of a good trading chart website.
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Does bitcoin.clarkmoody.com ever actually work?

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Bitcoin on MtGox has lost about two weeks worth of gains. Why is MtGox seen as the only way to trade, though? (Chart from bitcoin.clarkmoody.com)

Bitcoin on MtGox has lost about two weeks worth of gains. Why is MtGox seen as the only way to trade, though? (Chart from bitcoin.clarkmoody.com) submitted by 7oby to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Great Bitcoin Dashboards

https://bitcoin.clarkmoody.com/dashboard/ - I’m a huge fan of Clark Moody’s bitcoin dashboard. It has more information than you can shake a stick at! 😃
Does anybody know of any other great bitcoin dashboards? Cheers.
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Warning: Blockchain difficulty adjustment affecting price movements

Below are notable difficulty adjustments when hash rate fell and block times become slower for Bitcoin.
  1. 26 Mar 2020 [difficulty adjustment -15.95%, avg block time 11min 54secs]. On the 28th price crashed from $6674 to $6138 ( -8%).
  2. 8 Nov 2019 [difficulty adjustment -7.1%, avg block time 10min 46secs]. On the same day price crashed from $9234 to $8783 ( -4.88%).
  3. The next big adjustment was around Nov to Dec 2018 and there were 3 big adjustments with high block times.

Current situation:
We are 1 day 10 hours from the next difficulty adjustment. Projected difficulty adjustment is -5.61% (https://fork.lol/pow/retarget), which could indicate a small dip. However, take note that the date of last adjustment was the 5th and the 3rd halving was on the 11th, between the 5th to the 11th there was increased hashrate from miners trying to mine the final week of 12.5btc that offset the really slow block times after the halving. Therefore it will be the next difficulty adjustment after the one on the 20th that will completely reflect the slower block times after the halving. Currently the median block time taken on the 17th was around 14min (-28.5% difficulty adjustment).
For people who do not understand blockchain, basically with the Bitcoin 3rd halving, mining profitability fell for a lot of miners and they probably turned off their miners therefore the blockchain mining time became considerably slower which is reflected with slow transaction speed and higher fees as seen currently. Bitcoin sellers moving their BTC from wallet to an exchange are faced with slow transaction speed and therefore the sell pressure of BTC fell considerably which will attribute to the current price increase. There is a correlation between sell pressure and blockchain congestion (the size of the correlation is undetermined).
There is going to be a race. A race between BTC price hiking high enough to attract more miners to reduce avg block times versus the closing window of roughly 2 weeks before the next difficulty adjustment. If the price does not jump high enough, the next difficulty adjustment in the first week of June could signal a huge dip.
I am not an expert. I just did some research on the above and wanted to share with fellow Bitcoin compatriots so that we can tread with caution and not lose our shirts. I do not plan to short BTC but I will exit my BTC positions if I expect double digit negative difficulty adjustment in early June.
Please visit the original post here https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/gm23pe/warning_blockchain_difficulty_adjustment/
There are pictures in the original post as well as 2nd halving evidence with pics. I could not post pics here. If possible please upvote the original post, a lot of people downvote it. Not sure why people downvote it, maybe veterans attempting to hide information from newcomers to fleece them of their shirt.

Update 1:>! As of writing, I have opened a small short position on Bitcoin. Stop loss around 10k, estimated take profit around 8500. The reason is because the difficulty adjustment in the next 20 hours, even though is just -5% roughly is still significant. I direct you to look into all the difficulty adjustments in the last 2 years and you will know how rare it is. The ones I caught were all listed at the very top of the post. Since it is my first time shorting BTC, I take this as a learning opportunity so that I will have some experience to face the bigger difficulty adjustment in the first week of June. Analysis into execution, even in failure I am happy.!<
Update 2: The difficulty adjustment (DA) happened roughly 6 hours ago and the sell pressure from -6% DA did not seem to be affecting the market much. However, please take a look now at the estimation for the next DA.
On https://bitcoin.clarkmoody.com/dashboard/ it is estimated to be -25%.
On https://fork.lol/pow/retarget estimated to be -18%.
On https://www.blockchain.com/charts/median-confirmation-time the median block time for the last day was 16.8min.
My original proposition that the true DA of the halving can only be realized in the next DA stands and that it will be considerable. The increased sell pressure from that DA will be highly significant. That is why there is a race by current miners to get the BTC price up high enough to attract more miners to not have the DA drop too much.
Update 3: Current BTC price at $9100 ( ~39 hours after DA). Then again BTC could have dropped from all sorts of reason. However the coincidence with the DA and with all the past DA is just too high to simply shrug off as irrelevant. Anyways past result cannot predict future ones, stay safe with the trading. Will no longer check on this post.
References:
Difficulty adjustment dates taken from https://btc.com/stats/diff
Bitcoin graph history for price movement taken from coinmarketcap.
Median confirmation time (block time) taken from https://www.blockchain.com/charts/median-confirmation-time

Credits to people who assisted the analysis:
kairepaire for pointing out faster block times between 5th-11th.
babies_eater for https://fork.lol/pow/retarget
moes_tavern_wifi for https://bitcoin.clarkmoody.com/dashboard/
Pantamis for https://diff.cryptothis.com/
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Warning: Blockchain difficulty adjustment affecting price movement

Warning: Blockchain difficulty adjustment affecting price movement
Below are notable difficulty adjustments when hash rate fell and block times become slower for Bitcoin.
  1. 26 Mar 2020 [difficulty adjustment -15.95%, avg block time 11min 54secs]. On the 28th price crashed from $6674 to $6138 ( -8%).
  2. 8 Nov 2019 [difficulty adjustment -7.1%, avg block time 10min 46secs]. On the same day price crashed from $9234 to $8783 ( -4.88%).
  3. The next big adjustment was around Nov to Dec 2018 and there were 3 big adjustments with high block times.
  • 19 Dec 2018 [-9.56%, avg block time 11min 3secs]
  • 3 Dec 2018 [-15.13%, avg block time 11min 47secs]
  • 17 Nov 2018 [-7.39%, avg block time 10min 48secs]
  • There was huge drop off starting on 14th Nov all the way to a bottom on 14-15th Dec ($6351 to $3288 around -48%).

Current situation:
We are 1 day 10 hours from the next difficulty adjustment. Projected difficulty adjustment is -5.61% (https://fork.lol/pow/retarget), which could indicate a small dip. However, take note that the date of last adjustment was the 5th and the 3rd halving was on the 11th, between the 5th to the 11th there was increased hashrate from miners trying to mine the final week of 12.5btc that offset the really slow block times after the halving. Therefore it will be the next difficulty adjustment after the one on the 20th that will completely reflect the slower block times after the halving. Currently the median block time taken on the 17th was around 14min (-28.5% difficulty adjustment).

https://preview.redd.it/ysnv85wh0lz41.jpg?width=597&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=e130b077f9dc2fc9d02666ef89e6f9249a05f535
For people who do not understand blockchain, basically with the Bitcoin 3rd halving, mining profitability fell for a lot of miners and they probably turned off their miners therefore the blockchain mining time became considerably slower which is reflected with slow transaction speed and higher fees as seen currently. Bitcoin sellers moving their BTC from wallet to an exchange are faced with slow transaction speed and therefore the sell pressure of BTC fell considerably which will attribute to the current price increase. There is a correlation between sell pressure and blockchain congestion (the size of the correlation is undetermined).
There is going to be a race. A race between BTC price hiking high enough to attract more miners to reduce avg block times versus the closing window of roughly 2 weeks before the next difficulty adjustment. If the price does not jump high enough, the next difficulty adjustment in the first week of June could signal a huge dip.
I am not an expert. I just did some research on the above and wanted to share with fellow Bitcoin compatriots so that we can tread with caution and not lose our shirts. I do not plan to short BTC but I will exit my BTC positions if I expect double digit negative difficulty adjustment in early June.

Bitcoin 2nd halving evidence:

2nd halving falls between the 5th and the 19th adjustment so it is only reflected on the 3rd of Aug difficulty adjustment ( -5.43%).

See the dip on the 3rd of August. Price fell from $600 to $533 about 11% drop.
Update 1:>! As of writing, I have opened a small short position on Bitcoin. Stop loss around 10k, estimated take profit around 8500. The reason is because the difficulty adjustment in the next 20 hours, even though is just -5% roughly is still significant. I direct you to look into all the difficulty adjustments in the last 2 years and you will know how rare it is. The ones I caught were all listed at the very top of the post. Since it is my first time shorting BTC, I take this as a learning opportunity so that I will have some experience to face the bigger difficulty adjustment in the first week of June. Analysis into execution, even in failure I am happy.!<
Update 2: The difficulty adjustment (DA) happened roughly 6 hours ago and the sell pressure from -6% DA did not seem to be affecting the market much. However, please take a look now at the estimation for the next DA.
On https://bitcoin.clarkmoody.com/dashboard/ it is estimated to be -25%.
On https://fork.lol/pow/retarget estimated to be -18%.
On https://www.blockchain.com/charts/median-confirmation-time the median block time for the last day was 16.8min.
My original proposition that the true DA of the halving can only be realized in the next DA stands and that it will be considerable. The increased sell pressure from that DA will be highly significant. That is why there is a race by current miners to get the BTC price up high enough to attract more miners to not have the DA drop too much.
References:
Difficulty adjustment dates taken from https://btc.com/stats/diff
Bitcoin graph history for price movement taken from coinmarketcap.
Median confirmation time (block time) taken from https://www.blockchain.com/charts/median-confirmation-time

Credits to people who assisted the analysis:
kairepaire for pointing out faster block times between 5th-11th.
babies_eater for https://fork.lol/pow/retarget
moes_tavern_wifi for https://bitcoin.clarkmoody.com/dashboard/
Pantamis for https://diff.cryptothis.com/
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The statistical differences.

Can someone explain to me why there are these differences in: 1.Money Supply aka Total Bitcoins in circulation. 2.Halving day. https://bitcoin.clarkmoody.com/dashboard/ vs https://www.bitcoinblockhalf.com/
Which statistic is right?
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A list of resources for traders and market/adoption watchers

Hi all,
Much love to the community here. Decided to stop lurking and post something potentially useful for the newbies and old timers alike.
I've put together a small list of sites that provide insights and visualizations into the bitcoin and a few other crypto currency markets. There are important sites or projects that I'm missing, so please comment with other similar resources you may be using. I know that there are whole host of tools we could add to this list. I'll update the list as comments come in! I'll also add a more detailed description to each link soon.
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Can anybody list some chat resources that day traders are involved with? [x-post from /r/bitcoin]

I am interested in all the fun that's been happening the last few days, so I started watching minute-by-minute charts today on http://bitcoin.clarkmoody.com/. Sometimes I am curious to know what more knowledgeable traders may think or comment on what stuff is happening in the market. Is there a chat room or IRC channel somewhere that traders get together and talk about what's going on?
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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

For the first time since June 20th the value of Bitcoin reached $110. Additionally, if you look at the D1 charts (http://bitcoin.clarkmoody.com/ for instance), the constant post-bubble pattern of progressively lower dips (with small upticks, each less than the one before) as finally reversed. The drop to the mid $60s was not followed by a drop to the low $50s, but rather by an uptick towards the $90s.
Now, we're hovering around $108. This is clearly a short-term reversal of the post-bubble fall; since April 23rd the price has been dropping in oscillating waves, constantly getting lower highs and deeper bottoms. We may not have switched over to a long-term bull market, but I daresay there's at least a spark of hope.
In the last few days' growth, another encouraging factor has been value growth via large buys orders. In the past months we've seen the price fall to huge sell orders then gradually creep back up with tiny bids. Seeing a reversal of that, to me, is a telltale sign of a bull market. When someone's more willing to buy 6,000 BTC on the spot instead of sell that amount of BTC, it speaks to me of a positive outlook on BTC's overall growth and value.
TL;DR - The price is going up, and considering the fervor of the buying market right now, I wouldn't be surprised if this is the starting stages of a bull market. I don't think it's a bubble just yet, as those are typically keyed off of a specific market change that suddenly gets everyone onboard (e.g., Paypal announces BTC usage).
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Watching Order Flow

I just love watching the Time and Sales data and the order book data on http://bitcoin.clarkmoody.com/
It's just so entertaining, I could watch for hours...
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Watch Bitcoin Live

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Any site where i can see live orders?

http://bitstock.info/?currency=btc
and
http://bitcoin.clarkmoody.com/
are both broken, bitcoinity seems to only be a main overview.
Anything else?
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Website with average BTC price across all exchanges

I think there should be a bitcoinity/clarkmoody type site where instead of choosing one exchange (mt.gox) to follow the price and bid/ask walls, it takes the average price across all (major) exchanges.
I know this may be hard to do with bid/ask walls, but it certainly can't be too difficult with price. I think this would be a major step towards decentralizing bitcoin. If a site like this already exists, please let me know.
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List of Live Bitcoin Market Data Sources

Hi,
I follow the price of BTC on a daily basis normally using 30 & 15 minute candles on live charts. Recently there seems to be a few new sources providing live (or nearly) market charts on bitcoin. I have made a list of all the ones that I know about, but wanted to know if there are any more out there? Please post any that I have not mentioned.
EDIT: Added sources from comments
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IS MtGox not giving instantaneous trade data anymore?

The live sale transaction feed doesn't seem to be working on bitfloor or bitcoin.clarkmoody anymore. Are these sites just broken? Can I watch instantaneous trade data elsewhere?
Thanks
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