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You are being confused three ways. First, you need to be careful that some of your numbers in decimal, others are in hexadecimal: 77 decimal -> 4d hexadecimal (so: 77d -> 0x4d) Second, you need to be careful that most numbers are stored in little endian notation, so 0x00000001 -> 0x01000000. Theymos' discussion why little endian is used. Third, you have ...


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I had the same problem, couldn’t seem to find a good API that supported most of the popular indicators, and at the same time covered all the exchanges. So I decided to start up a project for this. So check out https://taapi.io . We cover 200+ indicators, pattern recognitions etc… I’m a big fan of free products myself, so taapi.io is free as well. If your ...


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Just put up a website cryptoarchive.com.au with the data sets I use for my own modeling. One minute OHLVC data is available for free, tick-level data - very reasonably priced. Data from Binance for now.


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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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