Bitcoincharts provides financial and technical data related to theBitcoin network. You can also access this data via ourJSON-API.
Bitcoincharts uses daily intervals (UTC) to display data. For example, the volume of a market will usually be zero at midnight (UTC) and increase during the day.
Colors will fade to black slowly depending on how long ago the last trade happened. A bright color means that the trade happened not too long ago.
The first column shows the symbol, base currency and payment method of a market. An arrow denotes whether the latest price is higher or lower then yesterdays price. Symbols are short names that identify a market and are chosen by Bitcoincharts.
This column displays the price of the last trade. It is denoted in the markets currency. I.e. 0.94 on mtgoxUSD means one Bitcoin was traded for $0.94. It will also show the exact time of the trade.
This column displays the price of the latest trade a day before. Below the price the difference ofLatest PriceandPrevious Closeis displayed.
Todays trade volume in Bitcoins and the markets currency.
Last 30 days total trade volume in Bitcoins and the markets currency.
This column displays two numbers and a bar. The left number shows the lowest price of the trading day (= same day of latest price) while the right number shows the highest.
A bar below the numbers displaysOpenandLatest Pricewithin the low/high range. A red bar means theLatest Priceis lower than theOpenprice, while a green bar denotes a higherLatest Price.
The first trade of the day. This is different fromPrevious Close.
Best bid in the markets order book (= the price someone is willing to pay for a Bitcoin).
Best ask in the markets order book (= the price someone is willing to sell a Bitcoin for).
This chart shows the price during the last 30 days. An abrupt crash means there has been no trade since that day (seeLatest Price).
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