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Related to Where can I get tick by tick historical BTC price data? but I need volume data in association with price for all the time tick by tick

Thanks!

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    Volume is much harder to get accurately because the volume of transactions outside of official exchanges is unknown. Whenever bitcoins are sent from one address to another, they might be part of a transaction which involves Fiat currency as well. – Hans-Martin Mosner Jun 21 '17 at 8:19
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You might want to try http://www.cryptodatasets.com/ It has free raw data and sampled data from Bitfinex and HitBtc (currently).

P.S. it's my website

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Quandl.com offers volumes in addition to tick price data. This is, however, per exchange and not from day one of Bitcoin's inception.

More references and links can be found in this answer.

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I have been using Poloniex API to get it.

https://poloniex.com/support/api/

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Try https://tardis.dev it provides tick by tick BTC trade data you can use to calculate volume.

P.S it's my website.

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FirstRateData has prices and volumes, aggregated across 10 exchanges but only back to 2018.

If you need further back Kaiko has data back to 2014 - although it can be expensive...

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enter link description here - quite some tick data available.

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