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New Blockchain, NFT, and Asset Index Charts Now Live on Cryptowatch Desktop
Discover new time series data for blockchain metrics, NFT floor prices, CF Benchmarks indices, futures market data, and an array of additional features on Cryptowatch Desktop 0.6.4
Technical Analysis on Cryptowatch Desktop
Cryptowatch Desktop users can now customize their charts using a new library of TA indicators and overlays. Technical analysis can be configured via a new side menu activated from any candlestick chart.
Introducing Tweet Stickers
Cryptowatch have released Tweet Stickers, a new feature that lets you embed tweets directly into a Cryptowatch price chart. Find out how in this post.
We’re hiring Product Managers to grow Cryptowatch
We have six job openings at Cryptowatch for Product Managers. We're looking for people who have an obsession with building software, obnoxious attention to detail, and a strong intuition for user experience. You will be working every day with developers, designers, and project managers. You will be making lots of product decisions and documenting them … Continue reading We’re hiring Product Managers to grow Cryptowatch
Why do we use charts?
What is the big deal with charts? An ex-floor trader back in the heyday of commodities trading gives his opinion on why charts are useful in trading.
New Tool: Awesome Oscillator
The Awesome Oscillator (AO) is one of a number of technical indicators developed by Bill Williams, a trader who approaches the markets on a psychological level. He incorporates chaos theory and human psychology with simple price action analysis to create his indicators and make trading decisions. This Williams indicator has been one of the more … Continue reading New Tool: Awesome Oscillator
Measure on Charts
We’re pleased to introduce a new drawing tool to Cryptowatch, combining date and price ranges into a single drawing. Measure is contextual to each market, supporting both amount and percentage changes to be placed on any chart or indicator. Want to follow along? Open up your nearest Cryptowatch chart and we'll get started. During initial … Continue reading Measure on Charts