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MtGox Live is a quite pretty live market depth graph.

For some reason it only shows prices in USD.

Does anyone know an equally good alternative which supports EUR instead?

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MtGox Live now supports 17 currencies. Use this URL with the desired country code:

  BTC  // Bitcoin    
  USD  // USA    
  EUR  // Euro    
  JPY  // Japan    
  CAD  // Canada    
  GBP  // Great Britain    
  CHF  // Switzerland    
  RUB  // Russia    
  AUD  // Australia    
  SEK  // Swedish    
  DKK  // Denmark    
  HKD  // Hong Kong    
  PLN  // Poland    
  CNY  // China    
  SGD  // Singapore    
  THB  // Thailand    
  NZD  // New Zealand

Here is the Euro chart:

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There should be a menu for that. When I'm on the EUR MtGox homepage, the MtGox Live link sends me to the USD version – Steven Roose Jun 6 '12 at 19:06

One of the most popular semi-live market watches is: if you click on mtgox, there is a panel on the left which will allow you to select EUR

There is also a #bitcoin-market channel on freenode IRC dedicated to real-time market updates.

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I knew that, it's quite detailed but has an embarrassing interface, confused and full of bugs. Maybe there's something better out there. – o0'. Sep 21 '11 at 9:56
I prefer - but alas EUR is not an option – Alex Waters Sep 21 '11 at 10:40

This should not be just a comment:

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True. BTW, since that comment was written, it also supports EUR now. – o0'. Mar 7 '13 at 12:34

I've tried several of them, found the following to best suit my likings:

  • Live streamed data
  • Multi-Currency support
  • Depth of market table is great
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Would be great if it weren't bugged... every time I accidentally use the mouse wheel on the graph, it gets mad and I have to refresh the page... – o0'. Mar 12 '13 at 9:37

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