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First of all, let a number of bitcoins be bought and (x1) is how much you paid for it. Now the price of 1 bitcoin changes Then you use the formula: x2= (New value of 1 bitcoin)*(Number of bitcoins you have) Now you just find the difference between x1 and x2. This will give you your profit/loss. All you have to remember is the initial value. In your case ...


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While I agree with chytrik I would want to suggest a concrete method of approaching this. Have a look at the combined order book https://data.bitcoinity.org/markets/books/USD you can see that you currently would move the price by 10 % if you baught roughly 10k BTC. Usually after such moves people get alerted and are willing to sell at higher prices so you ...


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The best way to buy bitcoin at lower price is to buy via Over the Counter (OTC). They require large amount of purchase at discounted price. Two other ways is using your negotiation skills at either localbitcoins.com or paxful.com exchanges.


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If there was a special place to buy bitcoin at a lower price, peoples or bots will rush it to buy all of them then resell it rendering this special not so special any more. Still there is some places where you can find some interesting offer I guess, like https://localbitcoins.com/ which offer to buy bitcoin from people in real life and https://bisq.network/...


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who controls the price of BTC? No single person. Like any market, the price is determined by the individual buyers and sellers. Since most buyers and sellers are human, the price they are willing to buy or sell at depends in part on irrational or emotional factors in part driven by news about various aspects of the global economy as well as news about ...


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baseAssetVolume is the quantity shown as the amount of coins received by the buyer whereas the quoteAssetVolume is the amount paid by the payer


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Founder & developer of https://tardis.dev here. It's an API I've built that provides high resolution cryptocurrency historical raw market data — tick-by-tick trades, full order book depth snapshots & delta updates, quotes, liquidations etc. There were already services providing similar data, but were very expensive or didn't have all the data I ...


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