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Where can I find a chart (or even raw data) of Namecoin prices over time? NMC Watch doesn't seem to provide a link to historical data, just one day.


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new answer, nmcwatch have been down for months, so I made my own namecoin historical data website, find it on its also opensource, find code on

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An all-time graph would be nice. – CodesInChaos Apr 26 '12 at 11:47
true ! I ll just add it to the TODO list ! you should have it soon . ( PS : pull requests welcome on ;) – neofutur Apr 28 '12 at 8:02
well, the way its coded . . . its just faster to make it than adding it to the TODO list , so . . . heres a beta version : ( still have to fix some details but it woks ) – neofutur Apr 28 '12 at 8:25

It's possible to see historical Namecoin's price chart on NMC Watch, the link provides price chart from June 2 to current date.

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The question itself states that the 24 hour historical price chart from NMC Watch is not an adequate data source. While I'm sure NMC Watch and the like have historical price data, they don't seem to make it available to the public. I believe they scrape their data from the Bitparking NMC Exchange's History page though so perhaps someone could start collecting a publicly accessible data source? – David Perry Oct 11 '11 at 4:10
@David Perry, the link provides price chart from June 2 to current date – Serith Oct 11 '11 at 4:22
Somehow I missed that link ... where did you find it? NMC/BTC seems remarkably stable over the last 3-4 months. – ripper234 Oct 11 '11 at 7:49
My apologies, I did not notice that. I see now that the links on NMC Watch are setting the timeframe-per-data-point instead of the timeframe to watch. Still, the accompanying data would be nice :D – David Perry Oct 11 '11 at 14:16

also: http://nx.bit ( ) including a curve of the number of names

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