Bitcoin / Multi Crypto Coin Ticker with 24 candlesticks chart
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I have a Core 2 and I want to install this. I tried doing this on windows with the installer, however the SD card library isn't compatible with the Core 2, according to this post: https://github.com/frittna/Crypto_Coin_Ticker/issues/3
Can you compile a version with a SD card library that works? This looks so cool and i really want to try this out!
i started from zero too so maybe give it a try and search/test if there are other compatible libraries. Since i have no core2 device and beside the (stupid) fact that i cannot use the latest boardmanager (higher than 1.0.4) on a core1 I am kind of stuck. But i guess not forever.. atm i am not really plessed with free time but we would need to know what is causing the problems with boardmanager 1.0.5 and higher first. I suspect the WIFI, the SDCard or the Websockets library. Then only minor changings in code are needed to support core2 i guess.
Can someone please help me figure out how to display ticker for TIME crypto coin?
Is it possible to have ticker rotate between several crypto coins? Like BTC for 5 seconds, the ETH for 5 seconds, in the loop.
regarding TIME token - I see 4 different tokens with that name but none of it is listed on binance.
An optional cycling function like you're asking was added in the last version i've released a month ago.
Scroll up or go to the github source page.
btw: do you have a core1 unit now?
@frittna Yes, picked up 2 Core 1’s with stands. ))
Regarding TIME, so if it’s not listed on Binance, it won’t work?
Thank you for all your help.
yes, thats correct since prize data comes from the binance api only, spot markets, no derivates
How can I change clock from 24hr to 12hr?
you can check at line 500 in the code and simply change lines where is says "time(now)" to "timeFormat12(now)"
this will work and will show time in am/pm mode and not in 24h mode.
If you want to have a visualisation for am/pm too you would have to find free space first and draw something small with a the isAM() or isPM() function.
@frittna Thank you so much.
What’s the while line on the chart?
the white line is the relative trading volume from the last 24 shown candles