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Mondayin the Chart Style menu (the button with three candles, to the right of the Analysis menu).
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%change figures for each market, giving a quick glance at the movement of your favorite coins.
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Orderstab, with information like fill percentage at a glance. Click on any row to go to the chart and modify that order.
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Aat the top of the drawing tools tray on the right side of any chart to get started. You can change the font size and style, resize the box, and toggle the anchor style so your annotation follows the candles or your screen. Drag the annotation to move it around. Hit the
Xto delete an annotation.
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Bollinger Bands %B. This indicator tracks the distance between the current price and the lower Bollinger Band in % terms. When this indicator is above 100, the current price is above the upper band. When it’s below 0, the price is below the lower band. Everything in between means the price is within the channel defined by the Bollinger Bands. Learn more about the tool with the
Infotab when selecting it in the
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Omnibar(address bar) of Chrome within Cryptowatch by typing cryptowat.ch, hitting tab, then entering a query, the first result to your query will load. Here's an example, where we searched for
doge. The first result is the doge asset page, so it loads immediately.
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API Access. You’ll also find a
Searchbar at the top of every page to navigate to markets pages, asset pages, and lists of markets filtered by exchanges. Use
CTRL+Kon Windows/Linux and
CMD+Kon Mac to start typing in Search.
:, starting the name of the emoji, and then hitting
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alertcommand, followed by
<exchange> <instrument> price <thresholds>using
<=to indicate the direction of the alert. To set an alert when Bitcoin/USD reaches $15,000 on Kraken, just enter
alert kraken btcusd price >=15000. For a Volume Alert, the command structure is
alert <exchange> <instrument> volume <interval> <type> <thresholds>.
quotevolume - the volume down below on your charts defaults to "base" volume (or the volume in whatever coin you're looking at). Volume alerts can be set on different intervals, like 1 hour (
1h), 1 day (
1d), 1 week (
1w) - see the interval selector at the top of your chart for all the options - you can find it next to the exchange and asset pair you're looking at in the top left of any chart page. Or you can just type
ls intervalsin the CLI. Here's an example of a volume alert:
alert kraken btcusd volume 1h base 1000- That alert would trigger if the volume of bitcoin traded in a 1 hour Bitcoin/USD candle exceeded 1000 bitcoins on Kraken. You can also add multiple price or volume alerts at once: try
alert kraken btcusd price >=13000 >=14000 >=15000 >=16000 >=17000 >=18000 >=19000 >=20000(you may have to type it out yourself). As always, help is there. Type
alert -hand have it all in front of you. Here's the full documentation on the Command Line Interface (CLI).
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