Bitcoinwisdom showing Huobi as $402, then back to $428? /r ...

Huobi and OKcoin data not updating on bitcoinwisdom, bitcoinity

Huobi has been stuck on bitcoinwisdom for about an hour. OKcoin is working on and off.
Both exchanges seem to be functioning correctly, and their respective websites show that orders are still taking place (they seem to be pushing back up towards 2800 at the moment).
Update : huobi and OKcoin both updating on bitcoinwisdom again.
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huobi excluded from bitcoinwisdom.com /r/Bitcoin

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Why was huobi.com removed from bitcoinwisdom.com? /r/Bitcoin

Why was huobi.com removed from bitcoinwisdom.com? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

What's happening at Huobi? Bitcoinwisdom shows no transactions for the last hour. API broken? /r/Bitcoin

What's happening at Huobi? Bitcoinwisdom shows no transactions for the last hour. API broken? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoinwisdom showing Huobi as $402, then back to $428? /r/Bitcoin

Bitcoinwisdom showing Huobi as $402, then back to $428? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

OKCoin and Huobi are back!

Well... sort of.
On October 30, 2017, the Chinese government closed all bitcoin exchanges in the country (which, at the time, had over 90% of all trade volume in the world).
Ever since I started following bitcoin I have been using the site bitconwisdom.com to watch the price. That sire has not been updated in several years, and lists only a couple of the exchanges (such as Bitstamp and Bitfinex) that have been active since that time. In particular, it does not carry any of the Korean and Japanese exchanges that now dominate the trading.
However, it still shows the price charts for the main exchanges that were alive in 2014 -- such as Huobi, OKCoin, BTC-e, and even MtGOX.
So it was fun to see that the BTC price today was briefly at $6185 -- the same as at OKCoin (Check the summary line above the chart.)
So, OKcoin and Huobi are back! Or, rather, bitcoin came back to them... 8-)
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Bitcoins are valued at what market price people are willing to pay for them. Here are a couple useful sites 1 and 2 that shows how much various denominations of bitcoin are worth in different currencies. Alternatively you can just google "1 bitcoin in (your local currency)".
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Tipping

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One Bitcoin is quite large (hundreds of £/$/€) so people often deal in smaller units. The most common ones are listed below:
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millibitcoin mBTC 1,000 per bitcoin SI unit for milli i.e. millilitre (ml) or millimeter (mm)
microbitcoin μBTC 1,000,000 per bitcoin SI unit for micro i.e microlitre (μl) or micrometre (μm)
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For example, assuming an arbitrary exchange rate of $500 for one Bitcoin, a $10 meal would equal:
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ELI5: How is the btc/cny exchange volume not mosly fake.

For this example I am using Huobi's fees and the entire cny/btc trade volume as reported by bitcoinwisdom for the past 30 days. The formula below is:
Trade fee x parties in trade x days in a year x average daily volume rounded down to the nearest hunderdthousand.
0,002 x 2 x 365 x 500000 = 730000 bitcoin in fees per year.
That is some 215 hundred million dollars in fees per year. Which at current is just shy of 20% of bitcoins market cap.
I call bullshit on this and would like to ask why anyone deals with these clowns ?
[edit] attempted to make the post more readable.
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An analysis on Huobi.com's popularity vs web traffic data.

I'll be open from the start that I've been skeptical of Huobi's volume but I think most of us have been. OKCoin has been caught faking volume and Bobby Lee recently suggested that other Chinese exchanges are faking volume.
Stats on BTC per day before China collapse mid-December -BTCC: 80-100k BTC a day -Huobi: 20k-40k BTC a day -Stamp: 25-50k BTC a day
BTC per day Now: -BTCC: 3-4k BTC a day -Huobi: Up to 150k BTC on peak days -Stamp: Up to 25k btc on peak days.
I become curious today when viewing some of Huobi's press releases and noticing they sometimes only receive ~200-1000 pageviews. Pretty low for the largest BTC exchange on the web, by far. So I turned to Alexa and start looking at pageviews and traffic ranks among not only Huobi vs. Bitstamp but also Huobi vs. BTCC and I would expect to see a large spike around the same time BTCC volume disappeared and Huobi's volume went to the moon. Interestingly enough, not only does huobi barely beat BTCC out in web traffic today, it didn't even see a spike in page traffic since December, it's gone DOWN! Meanwhile BTC volume has gone up 4x and is 50x that of BTCC
I understand there can be some bias in Alexa due to it being an extension but when comparing BTCC to Huobi it should be relatively fair.
Traffic Stats Mid-December BTCC Traffic Rank:~5000 Huobi Traffic Rank:~18,000 BTCC Pageviews as % of total web Mid-Dec 2013: .0009% Huobi Pageviews as % of total web Mid-Dec 2013: .0005%
Traffic Stats Today BTCC Traffic Rank now: 40,000 Huobi Traffic Rank now: 50,000 BTCC Pageviews now: .0001% Huobi Pageviews now: .00015%
Did Huobi pull the best magic trick of all time? Its traffic went down, just like BTCC, after the China debacle in mid-2013. How is it possible for it's volume to go up drastically in the meantime. Not to mention becoming the largest exchange by volume nearly 7x.
Oh and by the way, here is where Bitstamp stands, currently crushing Huobi in traffic data by nearly 8x.
Stamp Traffic Rank: 7,000 Pagviews: .0008%
So when are we going to do some real research into who or what is leading the Bitcoin market, instead of blinding letting it happen while data proves otherwise?
EDIT:
Most of this data came from within China. Only 3-5% of it according to Alexa was US based.
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How Chinese are making money on your behalf

If I were a Chinese with enough coins and access to bitfinex and stamp, what would I do?
I would quickly write a bot to trade on huobi and OkCoin and create two accounts that would buy/sell each other coins back and forth to create a huge volume. On average I will be on 0 there, but I will be able to drive the market back and forth. This is a day programming job.
Then I will place my bets strategically on Bitstamp for all the western losers to put the dough directly in my pockets.
If you think this is nonsense, look at this newsless pump and dump that just happened with huobi: http://i.imgur.com/QUdyjHe.png If you think that 0-fee exchange is sustainable you are a half-brain. There is no exchange in the whole world that wouldn not take fees.
I appeal to bitcoinwisdom and bitcoinity to drop chinese exchanges from their sites.
To elaborate this further into a conspiracy theory.
If I were a Chinese government and I see a great threat in bitcoin (which it is). What would I do? I cannot ban bitcoin in the whole world. But I can discourage its use instead. How? By taking folks' money around the globe. I will create a couple of 0-fee exchanges with fake volume and start banning-unbaning bitcoin for greater volatility. At the same time collecting peoples' money on other exchanges till no more retards out there are willing to invest in bitcoin.
Think. How quickly Huobi and OkCoin became the "main" exchanges? And why this back and forth infinite covert FUD from government officials? Freaking perfect destruction plan.
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Huobi : It will be huge. Buy LTC now to show to the people of China and to the world the strength of Litecoin (and also to make a profit). Period is now very favorable and the value is so much undervalued. If you wait too long it may be too late, because the value starts to increase.

Edit : Thank you for all your answers. But it's absolutely not pump and dump (I never dump at low price cause I believe in LTC) I hate pump and dump scheme. It's the largest exchange site in the world, Huobi, adding Litecoin in 3 days.
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Hilo continuación del que venimos, para postear opiniones y noticias que no merecen hilo propio. Iré modificándolo poco a poco para dejarlo bien.
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explicacion del video anterior: [SPOILER]Todo lo hace en la testchain de Bitcoin. Abre un canal con 0'04 testcoins y efectua el pago de 10000 milisatoshis para comprar la ya famosa imagen de los gatitos viendo la luna.
No hay transacción de vuelta, es símplemente un pago que se ha realizado a través del canal que habían abierto.
En la blockchain (en realidad, en la testchain, puesto que se está utilizando la cadena de bloques para pruebas que tiene Bitcoin) se ha realizado una transacción, que es la transacción necesaria que hay que hacer para establecer el canal.
La transacción de compra de la imagen (la de los 10000 milisatoshis) es la que se hace fuera de la cadena de bloques.
A ver, el canal se establece por un importe de 0'04 bitcoins (testcoins, en realidad). Una vez realizada la transacción de 10000 milibitcoins en la lightning network, el balance de ese canal cambia a 0'04 bitcoins - 10000 milibitcoins.
Pero lo bueno del asunto es que el canal de pagos es bidireccional y, se supone, que formará parte de una red (la lightning network) de manera que el balance se irá reajustando conforme las transacciones de la red vayan necesitando hacer uso de dicho del canal de pago que has abierto.
Cuando cualquiera de las dos partes decida cerrar el canal, entonces el balance que contenga en ese instante será el que se fijará en la cadena de bloques.
Las transacciones que emplean el canal de pago son "off blockchain", esto es, se realizan sin necesidad de ser reflejadas en la cadena de bloques. La única transacción que ha necesitado utilizar la cadena de bloques es la necesaria para crear el canal.
El canal no se ha cerrado, ha permanecido abierto.[/SPOILER] P.D 3:
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P.D.5:[/QUOTE]
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Possible Chinese explanation for recent rally (Jan 5-6)

original source: http://news.huobi.com/index.php?a=show_notice&id=29
full Google translated version here: http://www.vanchau.com/btc/huobi.html
"For the central bank's supervision , fire coins , CEO Li Lin believes Bitcoin trading platform does not belong to the financial sector , but the Internet industry , so the regulation or by the Ministry of State Administration , rather than the central bank , the central bank is actually a third-party supervision pay the company or bank finance companies ; Li Lin said the central bank may be worried about third-party payment companies or banks involved in the operation of Bitcoin trading platform will lead to financial risks. "
TL;DR - Huobi CEO argues that BTC is in the internet domain not financial domain and will continue to operate.
This was published on Jan 2. If you look at the charts for Huobi, Jan 2 does show the beginning of increase in price and volume. http://bitcoinwisdom.com/markets/huobi/btccny
[speculation] So Huobi CEO makes this announcement Jan 2 and also lets chinese people deposit funds through their bank. This deposit ability has been confirmed btw. So tons of Chinese people are getting BTC while they can before the government clamps down again and that's why we saw this crazy rally that is going on still now. [/speculation]
Welcome all thoughts on this...
(edit: added speculation)
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Dogecoin needs more exchanges! READ ME PLEASE!

I can understand that everyone may be very comfortable with the exchanges we have. I can understand that it may be good to invest in the exchanges we already use.
However, if we want to see dogecoin grow...we CAN NOT, EXPECT PEOPLE TO CHANGE OR ADAPT TO US. We need to be very open minded and "fluid".
So what I am asking, is that everyone go on Bitcoin and Litecoin and take a look at the exchanges they have. ( you can also look at other coins for suggestions of exchanges). We are missing a lot of exchanges and while yes, we have cryptsy and few others, we are still limited.
You want to see the coin grow correct? Then we need to open our availability to more people. This being the Canadian exchanges, Chinese exchanges, etc.
We just lost one of our exchanges: Mintpal which helped with a lot of our volume.
Like I said, the more we available to people, the faster we can be adopted. This means exchanges, Fiat to Dogecoin, etc.
Checkout www.bitcoinwisdom.com to see some of the exchanges that coins have. (These are not all of them of course but some big ones.)
Canadian: https://cavirtex.com/home
Chinese: https://www.okcoin.com/ https://www.btcchina.com/ https://www.huobi.com/
European: https://btc-e.com/
We want to be everywhere bitcoin is, and everywhere it isn't. It is the key to our success and future of our coin. Push these exchanges to have us! It will benefit us hugely and especially them! There is no reason why they shouldn't! So send a few emails to their support teams and make them!
BTCHINA: [email protected] OKCOIN: https://www.okcoin.com/about/linkUs.do Cavirtex: https://support.cavirtex.com/
TO THE MOON!
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Repetitive Variation Casts Doubt on Huobi's Bot-Inflated Volume Theory (OC)

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I've notice a lot of people here, and in /Bitcoin theorize that the bulk of Huobi's volume is inflated by bots trading between one another. I'm starting the doubt that theory, here's why:
First, an observation.. Huobi's volume is much lower in the wee hours of the morning than during the rest of the day. Notice that between 1AM and 7AM (China Standard), volume consistently hits a daily minimum. This trend can be traced back to the when BitCoinWisdom started collecting data on Huobi.
If bots were contributing to most of the volume on Huobi, wouldn't we observe volume that is NOT correlated with the time of day? Trading bots don't require sleep, so why would volume drop off when most people are asleep? Do the Chinese just turn off their trading bots at night? It doesn't make sense, why would someone turn off a perfectly good money printing machine when thy go to bed?
One possibility is that bots, in effect, magnify the volume of the humans trading on Huobi. When most people are sleeping, bots see little change in price and collectively do not trade. The opposite would be true when people are awake. Bots see the price starting to move and adjust their positions accordingly, increasing volume during the day.
The above could be true but for the fact that 'live ticker' and 'order book' information is easy to get from public API calls on all the major western exchanges. One would expect that traders smart enough to implement bots would implement them to use ticker data form western exchanges to trade during 24/7.
I theorize that while bots contribute to some volume on Huobi, most of the volume comes from human beings.
Why is this relevant? A lot of people seem to think that China's effect on BTC exchange rates is diminished despite high volume on Huobi because its inflated by bots. According to this theory the amount of BTC on Huobi could be significantly less than suggested by Huobi's volume since high frequency trading caused by bots would inflate volume with very little BTC. This is especially true since Huobi supposedly doesn't have trading fees. Thus a mass sell off in China would have little effect on global BTC exchange rates.
Contrarily if most of Huobi's volume comes from humans, there would have to be significantly more money on the exchange because human decision and reaction times are higher. Thus a mass sell off would have a more substantial effect on global BTC exchange rates than previously believed.
TLDR: Volume does not come from bots on Huobi, it comes from humans. China's effect on exchange rates is greater than some may believe.
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An analysis on Huobi.com's popularity vs web traffic data.

I'll be open from the start that I've been skeptical of Huobi's volume but I think most of us have been. OKCoin has been caught faking volume and Bobby Lee recently suggested that other Chinese exchanges are faking volume.
Stats on BTC per day before China collapse mid-December -BTCC: 80-100k BTC a day -Huobi: 20k-40k BTC a day -Stamp: 25-50k BTC a day
BTC per day Now: -BTCC: 3-4k BTC a day -Huobi: Up to 150k BTC on peak days -Stamp: Up to 25k btc on peak days.
I become curious today when viewing some of Huobi's press releases and noticing they sometimes only receive ~200-1000 pageviews. Pretty low for the largest BTC exchange on the web, by far. So I turned to Alexa and start looking at pageviews and traffic ranks among not only Huobi vs. Bitstamp but also Huobi vs. BTCC and I would expect to see a large spike around the same time BTCC volume disappeared and Huobi's volume went to the moon. Interestingly enough, not only does huobi barely beat BTCC out in web traffic today, it didn't even see a spike in page traffic since December, it's gone DOWN! Meanwhile BTC volume has gone up 4x and is 50x that of BTCC
I understand there can be some bias in Alexa due to it being an extension but when comparing BTCC to Huobi it should be relatively fair.
Traffic Stats Mid-December BTCC Traffic Rank:~5000 Huobi Traffic Rank:~18,000 BTCC Pageviews as % of total web Mid-Dec 2013: .0009% Huobi Pageviews as % of total web Mid-Dec 2013: .0005%
Traffic Stats Today BTCC Traffic Rank now: 40,000 Huobi Traffic Rank now: 50,000 BTCC Pageviews now: .0001% Huobi Pageviews now: .00015%
Did Huobi pull the best magic trick of all time? Its traffic went down, just like BTCC, after the China debacle in mid-2013. How is it possible for it's volume to go up drastically in the meantime. Not to mention becoming the largest exchange by volume nearly 7x.
Oh and by the way, here is where Bitstamp stands, currently crushing Huobi in traffic data by nearly 8x.
Stamp Traffic Rank: 7,000 Pagviews: .0008%
So when are we going to do some real research into who or what is leading the Bitcoin market, instead of blinding letting it happen while data proves otherwise?
EDIT:
Most of this data came from within China. Only 3-5% of it according to Alexa was US based.
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New service Cryptonica - special heads up for this sub!

Happy to announce a new crypto currency trading platform is coming - Cryptonica.
http://cryptonica.com
The site above now gives a taste of the unique way we handle crypto market order books (in this case the Bitstamp BTC/USD order book). If you see the "synchronized" status, you are often seeing what is happening in the order book a few seconds before users of other services. We will shortly add features allowing you to execute trades on your exchange accounts, and many other features.
UPDATE: there is already a loyal following developing! Big thanks to everyone for the early interest!!!
Background
Cryptonica is being created from code originally developed by a private crypto fund. We have the following objectives:-
1/ Provide crypto traders with more effective tools and help grow the number of traders.
2/ Create alternatives for RTBTC now it has been acquired by ZeroBlock and help drive technology forwards through competition.
Product Roadmap
We believe there are already plenty of great charting solutions, including BitcoinWisdom and TradingView. We focus primarily on the order book and optimizing for the increased volatility you see in crypto markets. This is our immediate roadmap:-
1/ Include the rapid trade execution features in our internal version
2/ Add support for other exchanges: Bitfinex, Huobi...
3/ Add support for additional currencies: Litecoin, TBD
4/ Include other advanced features subject to demand. Please see below.
Feedback Requested
We are seeking feedback on possible inclusion of these advanced features.
Automated trading strategies Automated trading strategy features can for example maintain buy or sell orders at specified distances below or above the current price measured by order depth or points (for example to catch the coins from a whale dumping and capitalize on spikes). The trade off is that if too many people use these features market "busyness" will be increased. What such features would you like to see included given they would be shared amongst many traders?
Trust-less security. Cryptonica can work without ever storing or handling your exchange API keys on its servers. With trust-less security your exchange key only needs to be stored locally in encrypted form by your Web browser and is never transmitted or shared with us. When the client needs the server to interact with the exchange, for example to create a new order for you, it simply creates the signature for the request and passes that to the server. A trade off is that your keys can be vulnerable to trojans and viruses running on your local machine (but of course it becomes harder for an attacker to obtain keys en masse by compromising the central servers). We'd like to know if you feel this is worth it?
Thanks for reading and see the comments for more info or to ask questions.
I am this guy https://twitter.com/dominic_w
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A summarization of Huobi's activities and why it is fake

So it seems to me that everyone in the community is quite aware of this but they may not know the reasons why this is happening. Check out the % of volume reported for all exchanges. http://bitcoinity.org/markets/list?currency=ALL&span=24h
It's clear that Gox, Stamp, btce and bitfinex users are not buying this "recovery" in price and they certainly are not bullish enough to cause any rallies at this time, despite all of the good news coming out in the media these days.
Huobi has a lot at stake here in order to prove to the PBOC that price can be "stable" or at the very least, not so volatile. If you are a religious price watcher such as myself and my colleagues, you will have noticed that a side-by-side comparison of price movement with any Mtgox chart/ticker and bitcoinwisdom's Huobi chart has shown a mutual movement in price. This makes sense when Huobi moves up and Gox subsequently moves up in price, but why then does Huobi adjust its price to Gox's if there is a drop in price due to a large sell-off, when Huobi's volume is tenfold that of MtGox?
ie. someone on gox sells 100 btc causing a 10 dollar drop in price. Huobi does the same in yuan.
Although the orderbook doesn't appear to be thin for Huobi, this could only happen if Huobi is watching Gox for any "real" changes in price.
You may also have noticed numerous micro-sells on Gox at market price in the size of .01 BTC consistently for the past few days, testing to see if Huobi drops accordingly (which it has). This may be due to sellers who use bot trading testing Huobi's market volume and how price is being manipulated over there. So far, I'm guessing they've concluded that Huobi is in fact watching Gox carefully.
More importantly, we've witnessed several price drops over the past couple of weeks, most recently on the 12th through 14th of January that signalled a bearish movement of the market, only for the price to be propped back up by Huobi.
Delving a bit into the conspiracy theory side of this, if I were Huobi, I'd realize that my business was at stake if price were to swing wildly during this time. BTCChina and Okcoin fell within a matter of days due to PBOC regulations and the very same is likely to happen to Huobi if they don't control price. The very fate of bitcoin in China is at stake here. Now I'm going to guess that they won't outright buy and sell at market price themselves but work with or pay off some exchange users to do this for them, so that the books are in order when the PBOC audit hammer comes down on them.
Furthermore, we all know that Li Lin, Huobi's CEO, has removed funding through his own personal bank account in anticipation of the Jan 31st deadline. This, to me, is a clear indication that they are expecting a failure of their fraudulent system and the CEO doesn't want to lose his own money if he can get away with only losing everyone else's. This is obviously a lack of integrity on his part which further lends to the fact that they are conducting in fraudulent activities.
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What is going on at Huobi? Crazy volume but it doesn't add up...

Anyone else watching the Huobi charts on Bitcoinwisdom? The displayed volume is insane, and each minute, multiple sales of hundreds of bitcoins are shown in the trade history. What is really strange, is that the order book is actually much thinner. The >2000 BTC that have been sold according to the trade history shown in the screenshot below would have brought the price down to below 1700. Anyone got an idea what's up here or what I am missing?
http://i.imgur.com/FxI16Xg.png
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To the moon Huobi !! :)

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Bitcoin Trading Pattern in China Observable on BitcoinWisdom 30 Minute Charts

The daily fluctuations in Chinese trading volume can be seen on the 30 minute BitcoinWisdom charts of BTCChina, Huobi, and OKCoin. They are very similar.
These charts are also showing a U shaped price pattern over the last 2 and half days. You can see a two phases of price drops over Monday and Tuesday China time. It looks like Tuesday was a capitulation day for bitcoin in China. Enough of those sitting on the fence dumped their holdings that a snapback rally started Wednesday morning. This rally has almost returned the price to where it was at the start of trading Monday morning in China.
These are in stark contrast to the trading volume and price fluctuations on Bitstamp, Bitfindex, BTC-e, and Kraken. The drop on these 4 western exchanges was not as dramatic and probably accounts somewhat for the snapback rally in China/
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