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[iOS] Free 'Crypto Pro: Bitcoin Ticker' $0 @ iTunes (Was $7.99)

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Description
Cryptocurrency ticker, news, alerts and portfolio with support for all traded (1000+) cryptocurrencies and tokens.

TODAY WIDGET:
- displays 2-10 favorite cryptocurrencies
- updates every time you view the widget
- can also display portfolio overview

APPLE WATCH:
- displays 4-20 favorite cryptocurrencies
- customizable complications for every watch face
- complications update every 20-30 minutes
- price history graphs for last 24 hours
- currency conversion calculator
- QR code requests

IPHONE & IPAD APP:
- dark and light mode
- customizable price alerts
- news section for every coin
- currency conversion calculator
- FaceID, TouchID or passcode lock
- portfolio with gain/loss calculation
- customizable list of favorite coins
- compare prices across exchanges
- price & volume history graphs
- resizable font size (dynamic type)
- support for Peek & Pop and 3D Touch
- customizable app icons (only on iOS 10.3+)
- support for horizontal mode on iPhone Plus
- rich notifications (3D Touch to show graph)

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Edit: Previous price was $7.99 Thanks Adam

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP! Downloaded just now. Funnily enough I was actually looking at this yesterday. I think it was $7.99 AUD if I'm not mistaken!

  • +62 votes

    Powered by the tears of Crypto investors watching their life savings disappear into the abyss

    • +18 votes

      Only the ones who bought at ATH. Remember kids, you haven't lost anything unless you've sold.

      • -1 vote

        Not really, you have lost if the price doesn't increase past where you bought in……

        • +15 votes

          Not until you cash out. Same applies if your crypto has gone up 10 fold. Means nothing until you cash it.

        • +1 vote

          @snagseb: or spend it

        • +1 vote

          Not sure why that's worth 2 negs. Pretty simple, if the price of something doesn't go back above what you bought it for, you are down, regardless if you sell it or not. Clearly 2 people thinkt that's not the case, chase that loss guys lol

        • +2 votes

          @worthy1: In the short term yes that is correct. But if you are buying and selling as soon as your coins lose value then you are always going to be losing money. Holding on to them till it goes back up past where you bought in is where you should be at. You have the same amount that you initially bought so therefore haven't lost anything as you haven't sold them. You still hold the same amount so aren't really at a loss. Its a patience game. Same thing with the stock market.

        • +2 votes

          @worthy1: Your profit or loss is only realised when you close your order. The same applies to other instruments as well… Eg, You may think your property gained 50K in value but it is only until you have the 50K in your bank account that you can truly affirm so.

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          These mum&dad retails don't understand mark to market worthy….

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          @Adam3330:
          You are purely speculating that the value WILL go back up, there is nothing to say it will. I trade Crypto and I don't follow that principle, I have sold at a loss plenty of times and then bought back in lower and increased my holdings to if I hodl. There is nothing wrong with that if you a reading the market and are fairly certain it will happen. Its a risk sure, but so is holding HOPING it will increase again.

          Meanwhile BTC is under $7k today….HODL away….

          People forget the big thing that this sort of volatility does is scare people away from investing in it. Crypto is not what it set out to be, an independent universal Payment. That's what us crypto nuts don't stop to think. It is more volatile then FIAT. Every drop is blamed on FUD, Bad News, 'Corrections'. IF something is so volatile its not a very good payment option. You buy a house with your bitcoins today, a month later you could of bought 10 houses

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          @yk300:
          No its not. You are up or down on an investment no matter how that investment is stored. So tell me, you buy something for 20k, it drops to $1k and NEVER recovers. is your loss not realised just because you don't close an order?

          It is a comment investors use worldwide to reassure themselves feel better. It is said as if they KNOW the price will rise again. If it was that easy to predict everyone would be rich.

          I sold some of my crypto at a loss and guess what it has dropped way below that, I have bought some back in and increased my holdings and waiting to see if it drops further to buy more. I believe in Crypto but this is the biggest market turmoil we have seen and the difference is a lot of investors were new to crypto investing and they are not coming back so it will be harder to push the price back up when people are wary of that investment…

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          @worthy1:

          Yes, your loss is not realised until you closed the order. The same applies for profit.
          If your strategy/thinking tells you to close your order, good on you. That's on you. You do and think what you want.

          The mechanics of trading is that the order needs to close before you can make any profit/loss. It is as simple as that. Nothing to argue here.

          You seem to want to argue on strategy on whether/when to close. That's a different conversation buddy.

      • +8 votes

        ….or you're holding onto something you can't sell

        Correct me if I'm wrong, I'm no smart crypto coin investor or anything like that, but I'm pretty sure that's a loss.

      • +5 votes

        "You haven't lost anything until you sell" is the crypto investor's equivalent to "I'm still up in the long run" I keep hearing from battlers at the local Pokies.

      • +8 votes

        Remember kids, you haven't lost anything unless you've sold.

        That was Christopher Skase's motto

        • +2 votes

          Skase used the best kind of money: other people's. Then he scurried off to Majorca, where he suddenly developed a chronic lung condition that only popped up when someone was trying to extradite him.

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          @Cluster: my old boss back in the day was 'tasked with locating him'

          nice payout he received for finding him also

      • +3 votes

        Man really hate it when someone says “you haven’t lost anything unless you’ve sold”.. terrible comforting effort especially for those who are new to investing. You better off saying crypto currency is for long term.

      • +4 votes

        LOL. Did I really need to put an /s in there?

      • +1 vote

        Ha! Such naive optimism!

        Price was driven up by public mania and pumping by early holders cashing in! The public are not going to buy in now and drive the price back up!!! They are holding worthless database entries!

      • +1 vote

        You got neg'd by 3 salt ATH buyers
        edit: and they probably sold the dip as well

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        Probably all the blokes who sold to the FOMO-buyers.

    • +6 votes

      Buy high! Sell low! That's my motto!

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      Do you know there are people who earn lots when its dropping?

      • +1 vote

        I wore shorts all summer and I still haven't made any money from Bitcoin dropping in price. I must not be doing it right.

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      if they hold, they will be fine.

      bitcoin crashes roughly once per quarter:
      https://i.redd.it/yfa6b65pzdzz.jpg

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      Ozbargain should ban all crypto currency bargains. It could be a gateway for some honest ozbargainers who aren’t immune to these kind of schemes yet.

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    What was last know price?

    • +5 votes

      $7.99 AUD I believe.

    • +1 vote

      USD$8265 and falling

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        AHAAAHA :D

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        This is BTC remember, before you finish your sentence you need to revise it again.

        USD$10200 and rising..

  • +3 votes

    Just what I need to experience the full FUD effect in real time.

  • +1 vote

    Track the Bitcoin slide and feel the GGGs.

  • +26 votes

    Aren't all gambling apps free?

    • +5 votes

      Savage and deserved.

    • +1 vote

      All jokes aside, buy nano

      • -2 votes

        What about stablecoin ?
        Oh right, its not very stable

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    Buy buy buy ! Sell sell sell!

  • +1 vote

    On a side note, what's a good app to track crypto on android?

    • +1 vote

      Blockfolio does the job.

      I've uninstalled it for the next few weeks for obvious reasons though :p

      • +1 vote

        Yeah HODL and do not look.

      • +2 votes

        See if there's a setting on the app to change from 'Colour' to 'Greyscale'.
        That'll take care of those pesky red numbers.

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        Yeah, great way to see you wealth swing by tens of thousands of dollars several times a day, and try not to worry about it.
        Uninstalled as well, and sticking with the coinmarketcap app now.

    • +4 votes

      Delta

  • +1 vote

    Bitconeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeect

    • +1 vote

      wasa wasa wasa………whaatamigonnadoooo!!!

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      HEY HEY HEY

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      It's a scam! What am I gonna do! Wassa wassa wassa!

  • +21 votes

    Just downloaded and installed this app.

    Cool feature, if you turn your phone's auto-rotate function off, you can turn the phone upside down and it'll make the price graphs look like they're taking off.

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      Did you really try? The down trend will always be seen regardless of viewing orientation. FYI :D

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    Has anyone over here managed to sell bitcoins at the highs (after buying them at a low or from mining)?

    • +11 votes

      These people are no longer need Ozbargain. :)

    • +3 votes

      If you mined them easily in 2011 or so and got a bunch what are the chances you did not sell them at $10, $100 or even $1,000?

      Not much.

      That is if you did not lose them.

      • +2 votes

        Speaking to a few miners from the early days, virtually all of them sold bitcoins early. If you were mining bitcoins worth $100, and it cost $50 in electricity to create them and you had to pay off mining hardware, would you really hold for years in anticipation of a world class mania, or try to cover your costs because bitcoin could crash?

        Bitcoin has crashed at least 80% three times over its history. If it went from the December 2017 high of US$19.5k to US$4k within 6 months, it would not be anything unusual. That's painful for people who bought high during the September-December 2017 manic phase, but it's completely normal and has happened before.

  • +1 vote

    $0 @ (Was $20,000)

    FTFY

  • -2 votes

    sigh!

    step 1: makes BitCoin mainstream.
    Step 2: index it.
    step 3: centralise it.
    step 4: central banks takeover.

    good bye BitCoin inventer's dream.
    so long Block Chain's hope.

    • +1 vote

      No no blockchain is here to stay. Its a decentralised ledger. Companies love it because it makes record keeping transparent & exceptional hard to forge.

      As for anonymous bitcoin, that was just invented for a bit if fun.

  • +5 votes

    I wish house prices lose value like bitcoin did. I could then finally afford a townhouse:)

    • +8 votes

      Homeowner here. I just wish these hipsters in Brunswick would stop buying all the avocadoes so that I can afford them.

      • +4 votes

        We'll throw the pips in your window so you can suck on them.

  • +1 vote

    Can we get the original price of the app posted in BTC please.
    HODL

    • +2 votes

      Sure. It's 0.00021 BTC. Oh wait no, it's 0.00025. Did I say 0.00025? I really meant 0.00036, but right now it's 0.0005

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        This was exactly the answer I was looking for.

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    Are you looking at this graph?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRrMu7B1L2I

  • +1 vote

    Bitcoin has become online casino chip

  • +2 votes

    finally i can afford something that has name with "Bitcoin"

  • +3 votes

    I love how all these crypto trolls are coming out right now…. bet it wouldn’t be the case if this was posted in November/December 2017. Can’t wait for the market to pick back up so we can troll back! #cryptolove

    • +1 vote

      Might want to jump on the TulipTicker until then, though.

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        ???

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          Tulip Mania occurred in 1600s when the price of an asset reached such obscenely high levels and crashed in a spectacular fashion once buyers realised their asset value wasn't representative of their intrinsic value.

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          @QW3RTY: so what's TulipTicker? and how do I jump on it?….

        • -1 vote

          @gdiddy7: It was a joke. The implication is that I believe that the Cryptocurrency markets are going the same way as the Dutch Tulip Markets and won't be restored to their former glory, hence my suggestion that getting this Bitcoin Ticker app would be about as useful as downloading a fictional app which tracks the asset value of tulips.

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          @QW3RTY: Nice, you're comparing a plant with a monetary financial instrument.

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          @CactusReloaded: Correction. I compared two assets which have the propensity of a medium of exchange, whose prices became complete unhinged from their intrinsic value, exacerbated by the hysteria of the masses.

    • +2 votes

      Back in Nov/Dec 2017 many people were warning about the dangers of chasing the crypto bubble and that it was inevitably going to burst. There was a flurry of activity on forums such as this with brand new investors wanting to get on board the get-rich-quick crypto train. And why not? When it was going up by US$1k per day you were stupid to not jump on board. Now we have the inevitable wash up and yes, people are trolling, but no one can say the warnings were not there.

  • +2 votes

    I’m surprised there are not a lot of crypto ppl in here, since FOMO is strong with the Ozbargain community =)

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    Lol, bitcoin, biggest scam of the century.

    • +2 votes

      Only iff you dont own any 😂😂

  • +2 votes

    Funny thing is if you offered bitcoin for this price in december there would have been a stampede to your doorstep.

    Now people are too scared to buy because it could go lower.

    Yes it can, but it most certainly will go higher after. Just like every other drop like this one.

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      The difference now is Tether has been subpoenaed. So buying now is more dangerous than ever because when Tether fail their audit and USDT turns out to be worthless, the whole market could implode.

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      'Yes it can, but it most certainly will go higher after. Just like every other drop like this one.'

      If some of the fears are realised it could look like this
      http://www.hafizstock.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/ENRON.g...

      • +1 vote

        Tether is like 1% of the market regardless.

  • +1 vote

    Bought this app months ago and can't emphasise enough how good it is. Not even salty that its free now, its been well worth the money.