This August, Cryptowatch will replace its SaaS-style pricing tiers with a new, more flexible à la carte pricing model called Credits. Find out more details about the new pricing model in this post.
After creating a free account, traders can now use the Cryptowatch terminal to monitor and execute orders on crypto exchanges that include Kraken, Binance, Coinbase Pro, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, and Poloniex.
In this how to guide, we walk you through the process of setting up a new Cryptowatch account, connecting to an exchange, and then executing your first trade.
Cryptowatch has added charting support for the Bitcoin stock-to-flow (S2F) valuation model. In this post we find out how the model is calculated, how to enable it on any Cryptowatch Bitcoin/USD chart, and finally what the indicator forecasts for future Bitcoin prices.
Cryptowatch has added live market trading data from crypto derivatives exchange FTX. The new data integration enables traders to track and analyze candlestick charts, market depth, and real-time trades from the exchange that currently ranks as the fourth biggest crypto derivatives venue by volume.
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
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
Today we released changes that make it possible to pay for a higher hourly allowance on our REST API. We have also reduced the hourly CPU allowance limit for anonymous users from 8 CPU seconds to 4 CPU seconds. There is a 6 week grace period during which the default anonymous allowance will gradually lower … Continue reading Changes to the Cryptowatch REST API hourly limits
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
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