This is a new version of the old "Yope BTC tops channel", but modified to reflect a power-law curve fitted, similar to the model proposed by Harold Christopher Burger in his medium article "Bitcoin’s natural long-term power-law corridor of growth".
My original tops channel fitting is still there for comparison. In fact, it looks like the old tops channel was a...
This metric looks at the supply side of Bitcoin's economy - bitcoin miners and their revenue.
It explores market cycles from a mining revenue perspective. Bitcoin miners are sometimes referred to as compulsory sellers due to their need to cover fixed costs of mining hardware in a market where price is extremely volatile. The revenue they generate can therefore...
Trololo Lines - Logarithmic Regression lines for Bitcoin with top and bottom ranges. Works only on BLX (BNC) 1 day time frame. Red lines indicate bottom buy range and top sell range. Thickest middle line is the origional "Trololo" or logarithmic regression line.
Bitcoin Cycle Top Indicator on the 1W Bitcoin Logarithmic chart.
Called all 3 tops so far to a T, this indicator will be great use for the next upcoming cycle.
I kept it sweet and simple, no need to overcomplicate. That's all this indicator does.
Estimates generational tops and bottoms for bitcoin. Only works correctly for the BLX ticker (BNC:BLX). Although it has worked extremely well until the point of publication, don't assume it will work in the future; do your own research! :)
Bitcoin power oscillator from Harold Christopher Burger.
Since the first day of history is the most important, it is not correct to use this indicator on young exchanges with a short history.
The oscillator is calculated based on regression lines from the first day of history to the current day. The way of calculation of the oscillator. First, the regression...
TV doesn't allow you to view the Bitcoin Liquid Index on lower time frames if you aren't a Premium subscriber >:(
I cheesed the system by recreating the formula that BNC uses. It isn't an exact replica, but very very close!
It can be slow to load due to the security( ) calls.
Default settings use the timeframe of the chart, however, you can set...