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Bitcoin Charts seems to only offer graphs of up to 60 days.

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This is a straight dupe of… . Although this one came first, that one is a marginally better question, so I suggest merging this one into that. – eMansipater Sep 8 '11 at 21:05
@eMansipater - this is not a dup. In that later question I asked for raw data. Here I asked for a graph. – ripper234 Sep 9 '11 at 6:43
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Bitcoin Charts currently have charts of up to a year in length, as well as "all data" charts.

Example 360 days:

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I actually found that page once, just forgot that it's there (it's easy to miss it). Thanks! – ripper234 Aug 30 '11 at 23:39

You can see further back in Bitcoin Charts

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try or for detailed informations...

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Has a chart containing:

  • average daily BTC/USD prices starting from 2009
  • annotated historical events
  • optional logarithmic scale
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this is a great site too, but i believe it only goes to 30 days this is a live graph though

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TRy this chart , also look at litecoin, the next bitcoin, @ $3. now with $55 M in the market cap.

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