"ARBITRAGE" table FAQ
What are the intended propouse of this table?We propose this table to easy the investors to compare the prices between two different trading sites (aka exchanges). Sometimes the price is better in one of them during an enough amount of time to be reasonable to go there before buy or sell.
Use the filter to select the pair of exchanges for the comparison. The list of the exchanges will be increased soon.
The currencies are in the rows and their negotiacion parameters are disposed in the columns.
What are the meaning of the cells?BTC Value
It is the price for the currency in the respective exchanges. Values are given in the market units. For example, if the selected market (see the filter parameters) is BTC the value expresses the price of the currencies in Bitcoins. Each exchange has a limited list of markets, that is, the base currency of the negotiation.
Percentual difference of the currency in the market during the last 24 hours. The calculation is done taking in account the current price and the 24 hours price (as usual).
Sumatory of the every operation using the currency in the market along the last 24 hours.
The summatory of the every operation using the currency in the market IN ANY TRADE/EXCHANGE operator. This is the addition of the information provide for the operators. Let us observe the relative importance of any of the shown exchanges in relation with the global market.
The supply of the currency. Amount of mined/created/issued coins or tokens expressed in the same currency units. Aka circulating supply.
The value of the the circulating supply expressed in the USD.
What are the meaning of the blue cells?Blue cells are the winners in the comparison with the respective cell of the other exchange. In the sample image the first Exchange traded more volume of Ethereum, although the price and the revalorization was higher in the second site. The question is how can I use this information ? . One answer is you should negotiate a currency where the price is better for you and when the volume is high enough to be a serious price reference.
How the filter works?The filter is an "AND" filter. That is, the table show the data that pass every of the filter conditions. The individual explanation of the filters are:
- % diff When empty, any currency are valid to be shown. Any other value restrict the list of currencies to those that has a 24hr % change greater than the consigned value. Do you want to get only 24 hours positive currencies ? Then, fill the input with a "0". More than that you can be fun of then +10% only currencies, 50% revalorizated currencies, etc ..
- Market As you must know, the market is the base currency in which you must operate to buy or sell any object. As an easy example you often use Bitcoins to buy or sell any other coin. In this case you are operating in the BTC market. The dropdown list we offer here let you to know the markets available in any of the selected exchanges. It is not possible to compare different markets, nor two trading sites when the chosen market are not available in both sites.
- Collection Is a sets operation. The options are: see just the common coins or tokens (intersection), anyone present in any site (union), and the list of one of them shown empty data when the currency is missing.
- Exchange A/B The sites you want to compare. In the first version of this filter, the exchanges must to be filtered firstly in order to get accurate lists of coins and markets. That is becouse those filters are contextualized to the selected trading sites.
- Coins It is just an autocomplete dropdown list of the currencies. You could want to compare just the currencies with the word "bitcoin" in some part of the name or the symbol name. This input let the investors to reduce the comparison to one or just a few currencies. The filter is case INSENSITIVE.