• BTC

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  • Chart

    Charts in MyTradingInfo embed variety of functions which allow user to compare data from factors. See below for the chart functions.



    1. Moving Average
    The chart shows the calculated moving average according to the selected period.

    2. Scale
    Chart can be displayed in linear or log format.

    3. Interval
    Time interval data setting is available.

    4. Term
    Total display period data setting is available.

    5. Date Range
    Date range for precise period can be selected to view the chart comparison.

    6. Screen Shot
    Click the icon to download the captured chart images, it will be saved as PNG files in the [Downloads] folder.

    7. Download CSV
    Click the download CSV button to download the chart data. It will be saved as CSV file in the [Downloads] folder. Data with time interval less than one day is not available.

  • Array

    Chart sequence can be rearranged according to user preference and to do so, click “Custom” and drag to change the order.





  • Significant Trades

    Real-time data of significant transactions on specific cryptocurrency exchanges and only contracts with USD 100,000 or above will be shown.



    1. To view more, click    to see significant trades in detail.



    2. The range standard of significant trades is as below. To set the data in which exchanges and ranges to be shown in the window, click the exchange names and volumes in setting.

  • Open Interest

    Open Interest refers to the number of outstanding derivative contracts that are held by traders at active positions. Open Interest relates to the future market as it measures the total level of activities. From the increase or decrease of the Open Interest, it acts as a lead indication of an approaching price trend.


    Here are the summary of the Open Interest calculation


    [Increase/Decrease of Open Interest]
    01. Open Long Position + Open Short Position = Increase in Open Interest
    02. Open Long Position + Closed Short Position = No change
    03. Closed Long Position + Open Short Position = No change
    04. Closed Long Position + Closed Short Position = Decrease in Open Interest



    If one new buyer and one new seller initiate a new position, Open Interest will increase. Likewise, one old buyer and one old seller close their position, Open Interest will decrease. If one old buyer passes off its position to one new buyer, there will be no change in Open Interest.

  • Bitcoin Dominance

    Bitcoin Dominance is the share of Bitcoin market cap relative to the total cryptocurrency market cap. It is an important indicator to show the relative price trends of Bitcoin and Altcoins.


    This allows investors to define if it is the bull market of Bitcoin and Altcoins and make their investment decisions.


    Bitcoin Dominance = Total Bitcoin market value / Total cryptocurrency market capitalization*100
    (Depends on the range of Altcoins included in the total market share of cryptocurrencies, the figure may vary.)

  • Ethereum

    Ethereum is the cryptocurrency with high market capitalization among altcoins.
    The price of Ethereum is generally highly correlated with the price of bitcoin, but depending on the market situation, it may vary from the Bitcoin price.


    *Correlation
    The value of correlation may vary from -1 to 1. The closer the value gets to 1, the higher the two assets are associated and moving in the same direction. When it is closer to -1, it is vice versa. Zero in value means there is no correlation at all.

  • Nasdaq 100 f CFD

    Nasdaq market has a great impact on global investor sentiment and asset value changes and it also may influence on Bitcoin price. Nasdaq market and Bitcoin price sometimes are highly correlated, but it also shows a negative correlation conversely.


    *Correlation
    The value of correlation may vary from -1 to 1. The closer the value gets to 1, the higher the two assets are associated and moving in the same direction. When it is closer to -1, it is vice versa. Zero in value means there is no correlation at all.

  • Gold f CFD

    Bitcoin is generally referred to as digital gold. Depending on the market conditions, the price of Gold Futures and Bitcoin are highly correlated, but it also shows a negative correlation conversely.


    *Correlation
    The value of correlation may vary from -1 to 1. The closer the value gets to 1, the higher the two assets are associated and moving in the same direction. When it is closer to -1, it is vice versa. Zero in value means there is no correlation at all.

  • Crypto Fear & Greed Index

    This index quantifies investment sentiment of cryptocurrency investors and divides it into five levels, ranging from 0 to 100. It serves as an objective indicator to show numerically whether investor sentiment is in greed or fear.


    [5-level Indicator]
    0 - 25 : Extreme fear
    26 - 44 : Fear
    45 - 55 : Neutral
    56 - 74 : Greed
    75 - 100 : Extreme Greed



    The data points are valued from the following sources:
    Volatility (25%), Market volume/Momentum(25%), Social Media(15%), Survey(15%), Bitcoin Dominance(10%), Trends(10%)

  • Google Trends(Bitcoin)

    Google Trends is the trend of search terms over a given period of time. It is a relative value showing the search trends with a maximum of 100 based on the term setting. When the value of keywords like “Bitcoin” comes to 100, it reflects a high search volume in Google and thus high popularity in Bitcoin accordingly.

  • Difficulty

    Bitcoin mining difficulty measures how difficult and time-consuming it takes to mine a bitcoin block, or in technical terms, to find the right hash for each block. Mining difficulty is adjusted by the average hash rate every two weeks approximately. If the hash rate is lower than the average of the last two weeks, the mining difficulty will decrease.


    When the mining difficulty goes up, it will take longer time to create new blocks, which means an increase in the number of unmined transactions in bitcoins as many miners give up mining.

  • Hash rate

    Hash rate is to measure the processing powering of the bitcoin network as it acts as a theoretical value to show the mining success rate and the time for successful mining.


    In brief, it reflects the increase or decrease in the number of miners. With an increase, it shows a situation that more miners are involved in the market.


    When the bitcoin price rises, it is common to see the hash rate also rises due to profitability, but the hash rate will sometimes react first.

  • Wallet (Balance >= 1)

    For bitcoin wallets, it is data to show the Bitcoin popularity from the increase or decrease of the mid-term to long-term Bitcoin investors. If the number of wallets holding more than 1 BTC increases, there is a high possibility that many investors are holding Bitcoin as long-term investment. Conversely, if the number of wallets decreases, investors are transferring BTCs to cryptocurrency exchanges and this can predict the long-term Bitcoin price trends.

  • Chart

    Charts in MyTradingInfo embed variety of functions which allow user to compare data from factors. See below for the chart functions.



    1. Moving Average
    The chart shows the calculated moving average according to the selected period.

    2. Scale
    Chart can be displayed in linear or log format.

    3. Interval
    Time interval data setting is available.

    4. Term
    Total display period data setting is available.

    5. Date Range
    Date range for precise period can be selected to view the chart comparison.

    6. Screen Shot
    Click the icon to download the captured chart images, it will be saved as PNG files in the [Downloads] folder.

    7. Download CSV
    Click the download CSV button to download the chart data. It will be saved as CSV file in the [Downloads] folder. Data with time interval less than one day is not available.

  • Array

    Chart sequence can be rearranged according to user preference and to do so, click “Custom” and drag to change the order.







  • Significant Trades

    Real-time data of significant transactions on specific cryptocurrency exchanges and only contracts with USD 100,000 or above will be shown.



    1. To view more, click    to see significant trades in detail.



    2. The range standard of significant trades is as below. To set the data in which exchanges and ranges to be shown in the window, click the exchange names and volumes in setting.

  • Open Interest

    Open Interest refers to the number of outstanding derivative contracts that are held by traders at active positions. Open Interest relates to the future market as it measures the total level of activities. From the increase or decrease of the Open Interest, it acts as a lead indication of an approaching price trend.

    Here are the summary of the Open Interest calculation


    [Increase/Decrease of Open Interest]
    01. Open Long Position + Open Short Position = Increase in Open Interest
    02. Open Long Position + Closed Short Position = No change
    03. Closed Long Position + Open Short Position = No change
    04. Closed Long Position + Closed Short Position = Decrease in Open Interest



    If one new buyer and one new seller initiate a new position, Open Interest will increase. Likewise, one old buyer and one old seller close their position, Open Interest will decrease. If one old buyer passes off its position to one new buyer, there will be no change in Open Interest.

  • Bitcoin Dominance

    Bitcoin Dominance is the share of Bitcoin market cap relative to the total cryptocurrency market cap. It is an important indicator to show the relative price trends of Bitcoin and Altcoins.


    This allows investors to define if it is the bull market of Bitcoin and Altcoins and make their investment decisions.


    Bitcoin Dominance = Total Bitcoin market value / Total cryptocurrency market capitalization*100
    (Depends on the range of Altcoins included in the total market share of cryptocurrencies, the figure may vary.)

  • Ethereum

    Ethereum is the cryptocurrency with high market capitalization among altcoins.
    The price of Ethereum is generally highly correlated with the price of bitcoin, but depending on the market situation, it may vary from the Bitcoin price.


    *Correlation
    The value of correlation may vary from -1 to 1. The closer the value gets to 1, the higher the two assets are associated and moving in the same direction. When it is closer to -1, it is vice versa. Zero in value means there is no correlation at all.

  • Nasdaq 100 f CFD

    Nasdaq market has a great impact on global investor sentiment and asset value changes and it also may influence on Bitcoin price. Nasdaq market and Bitcoin price sometimes are highly correlated, but it also shows a negative correlation conversely.


    *Correlation
    The value of correlation may vary from -1 to 1. The closer the value gets to 1, the higher the two assets are associated and moving in the same direction. When it is closer to -1, it is vice versa. Zero in value means there is no correlation at all.

  • Gold f CFD

    Bitcoin is generally referred to as digital gold. Depending on the market conditions, the price of Gold Futures and Bitcoin are highly correlated, but it also shows a negative correlation conversely.


    *Correlation
    The value of correlation may vary from -1 to 1. The closer the value gets to 1, the higher the two assets are associated and moving in the same direction. When it is closer to -1, it is vice versa. Zero in value means there is no correlation at all.

  • Crypto Fear & Greed Index

    This index quantifies investment sentiment of cryptocurrency investors and divides it into five levels, ranging from 0 to 100. It serves as an objective indicator to show numerically whether investor sentiment is in greed or fear.


    [5-level Indicator]
    0 - 25 : Extreme fear
    26 - 44 : Fear
    45 - 55 : Neutral
    56 - 74 : Greed
    75 - 100 : Extreme Greed



    The data points are valued from the following sources:
    Volatility (25%), Market volume/Momentum(25%), Social Media(15%), Survey(15%), Bitcoin Dominance(10%), Trends(10%)

  • Google Trends (Bitcoin)

    Google Trends is the trend of search terms over a given period of time. It is a relative value showing the search trends with a maximum of 100 based on the term setting. When the value of keywords like “Bitcoin” comes to 100, it reflects a high search volume in Google and thus high popularity in Bitcoin accordingly.

  • Difficulty

    Bitcoin mining difficulty measures how difficult and time-consuming it takes to mine a bitcoin block, or in technical terms, to find the right hash for each block. Mining difficulty is adjusted by the average hash rate every two weeks approximately. If the hash rate is lower than the average of the last two weeks, the mining difficulty will decrease.


    When the mining difficulty goes up, it will take longer time to create new blocks, which means an increase in the number of unmined transactions in bitcoins as many miners give up mining.

  • Hash rate

    Hash rate is to measure the processing powering of the bitcoin network as it acts as a theoretical value to show the mining success rate and the time for successful mining.


    In brief, it reflects the increase or decrease in the number of miners. With an increase, it shows a situation that more miners are involved in the market.


    When the bitcoin price rises, it is common to see the hash rate also rises due to profitability, but the hash rate will sometimes react first.

  • Wallet (Balance >= 1)

    For bitcoin wallets, it is data to show the Bitcoin popularity from the increase or decrease of the mid-term to long-term Bitcoin investors. If the number of wallets holding more than 1 BTC increases, there is a high possibility that many investors are holding Bitcoin as long-term investment. Conversely, if the number of wallets decreases, investors are transferring BTCs to cryptocurrency exchanges and this can predict the long-term Bitcoin price trends.