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refers to the rate at which two currencies are exchanged one-for-another.

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The price spikes every hour, on the 26 minute mark: https://bitcoinaverage.com/charts.htm#USD-averages-1d (Although it seems like spikes do not show up for some people/browswers. Her is what I see: …
asked Mar 27 '14 by Alex Millar
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The price of bitcoin is up ~30% over the last three months, but the network hash rate is only up ~5%. How can this be explained? I assume that new, highly efficient mining chips have been produced eve …
asked Jul 15 '15 by Alex Millar
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Someone could have programmed a bot to place buy-orders every hour based on a some historical price average, say over the last 24 hours.
answered Mar 27 '14 by Alex Millar
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My understanding is that Coinbase and Bitpay process payments made in BTC. They receive BTC from a buyer (for example someone buying patio furniture) and send USD to merchants who don't want to keep …
asked Mar 22 '14 by Alex Millar