CONCEPT

It's a very straight forward panel with tickers for both BTC and ETH (you can switch in the settings).

The background colouring changes based on how individual markets are trading compared to a market average.
It shows green if a market is trading above the average price and it shows grey if it's trading below the average.
This makes it easy to spot which markets are cheap/expensive.

This is jus a random idea, but the source code is open so that you can make your own changes if you like.


FEATURES

Tickers for six different markets.

By default it shows BTC prices, but you can also choose for it to show ETH prices.

Sometimes it gets blocked by price.

So there's an option to put it at the bottom of the screen.

There's more possible, just look at the source code.

I use a widescreen so for me the size of the boxes is perfect, but if you're on different resolution it might look weird.
Also if you split your screen in half for example it probably won't perfectly fit anymore.
In the settings you can easily change the colours, width, height, border thickness, ...


So yeah, just a fun panel with some crypto tickers.
Have a look at the source code it's pretty easy to understand, have fun playing around with it.


The indicator is free so just add it to your favourites and you can start using it (you might have to refresh Tradingview before it works).
Cheers.

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People who use my exchange ref link get access for free: https://www.delta.exchange/ByzantineGeneral
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