Cryptolume is a cryptocurrency educational analysis tool that provides traders quick insights into metrics across various exchanges. These metrics are key trader used ones such as Volume, Price, RSI & MACD. We compute complex algorithms across various exchanges that we support and provide insights into all coins available on those exchanges. For Binance specifically, we also provide complete pairs meaning we provide insights into USDT and also ETH.
Our key tool is our Crypto Scanner tool which analyses the markets and provides an easy to use digestible table format for traders.
An example of this is below:
As you can see, you can sort by metrics such as 5M up to 24H as well as RSI. One of the our users favourites is the Buyer/Seller percentages. This provides order-book statistics with how many open buy and close orders are coming in recently. When you compare this with metrics such as the volume, you can get quick insight into which coins are getting a lot of traction. …
Meruem here from Cryptolume.
It has been a very bearish past year, however we’ve been constantly busy at Cryptolume adding new features to assist our users in their trading. We don’t care where the market goes, because that’s what trading is all about, making the most of what you have with the tools that you’ve got.
We launched Cryptolume in late November 2017 and have constantly been working on it, much to the surprise of other projects in the space that have disappeared. But that’s OK, we’ve added features that can tell you exactly which cryptocurrencies have just, well stopped caring. …
The latest (and in good fashion) to arrive to Cryptolume’s arsenal of cryptocurrency tool is Bitmex. We’ve made a Bitmex analysis/trading tool which is now live to subscribers on the Cryptolume Platform. One might ask, why would we need a tool on top of Bitmex for our trading, the answer is to get information out of the market faster.
Cryptolume provides advanced data metrics for many cryptocurrency exchanges such as Binance, Bittrex, Huobi etc. However we’ve never provided any metrics for futures trading. We thought we’d start of with this by using Bitmex as a trial. …
It’s no surprise that there was a lot of Bitcoin/FIAT made during the elusive ICO era brought on to us by blockchains such as Ethereum and NEO. With the notion of making money at hand however, scammers and corrupt companies were quick to emerge.
With bans from China for cryptocurrency trading and ICO’s many people were thinking that this was negative news for Bitcoin, along with other countries doing the same.
Now let’s stop for a moment here.
Countries banning illegal practice of investing and trading is considered negative in the cryptocurrency space? …
We’ve just released a new website for the front-facing part of Cryptolume. It’s live right now and you can visit it at https://cryptolume.co
Changes made on the website:
Cryptolume has improved an already existing feature which is part of our arsenal which is the exchange explorer (Exchange summary to those that use the application). This feature allows you to get a birdseye view of the entire market from our supported exchanges to find profitable altcoin signals much faster.
With the Exchange Explorer you’re able to:
– Get price/volume information for given cryptocurrencies summarized
– View all of our supported candle timeframes from one screen (stop changing candle timeframes constantly!)
– Find live buyers/sellers as seen from the orderbooks
– Find out RSI Value from all timeframes
Below is a screenshot of it in…
A feature that Cryptolume has had for a while now is the Sentiment Analysis page where we track Positive, Negative and Neutral feedback coming via Twitter and chart this so that traders can use this in their daily cryptocurrency analysis
We look at Twitter statistics for a certain coin, let’s say IOTA in this example. We will track the last 1,000 tweets and order them in terms of Positive, Negative and Neutral and then chart this via our user interface. Below is an example of the “Overview” page where we show the last 12 hours of sentiments:
The below is the current chart for IOTA in the past 12 hours. As you can see it starts at approximately 23:00 UTC time (26 June) and the price has been going down at the same time, take a look at the chart…
This post will get straight to the point, and provide cryptocurrency enthusiasts such as yourself with the most valuable and effective cryptocurrency websites/applications to assist you with your everyday trading. The information provided in this post will explicitly help both beginner and expert traders take their skills to the next level.
At the bottom of the list, some basic knowledge will be provided to help people that are new to cryptocurrencies in being able to make the right decisions when placing their trades or investments. …
A common fact of cryptocurrencies when they enter an exchange is that they’ll either dump (Post-ICO sale) or they’ll gain a lot of price action (Typical when an ICO sells out fast, and people still want in). Regardless of what happens, there are opportunities traders are finding in these lightning quick trades that are banking them a lot of crypto profits.
Take Wowbit (WWB) as an example, that hit the Bit-Z exchange only yesterday.
The ICO was valued at 0.00011000 per coin (About $0.80c USD). As soon as it entered Bit-Z there was fear in the market, people that were in the ICO weren’t sure what to sell it at (Yes, really) and some people got the coin as low as 0.00004000 …
Update: 2018–08–01 : We’ve decided to remove OKex as their API support has become limited and is not used by many of our members. The extra resources will be used to make the current options a lot better.
One thing that we have been working on at Cryptolume is to add more cryptocurrency exchanges, more trading pairs and more data to the table.