Get Historical Bitcoin Prices on GDAX te CSV Format – Bitcoin Stack Exchange
I’m looking for minute by minute historical Bitcoin price gegevens for the past year te format: time, open, high, low etc.
I code te Java and I’m not acostumbrado with other programming languages (such spil python and PHP).
I’ve read this (and this) thread with the following suggestions:
https://min-api.cryptocompare.com – I do not see GDAX listed spil one of the supported exchanges (based on this listig https://www.cryptocompare.com/api/) (unless the gegevens from Coinbase is exactly the same spil the gegevens from GDAX? I know GDAX is the parent company of Coinbase but not sure if trading gegevens is exactly the same..) Also, I attempted using this API and it seems to limit the history to several days. I wasgoed not able to get a year’s worth of minute by minute gegevens for Bitcoin USD pair.
https://github.com/ccxt/ccxt – this seems to be trading library written te python and PHP (but no Java support). Also I’m not sure if this permits you to retrieve historical prices or only place trades via various exchanges.
http://api.bitcoincharts.com/v1/csv/ – I do see Coinbase listed but not GDAX (unless they are one ter the same?). Also this is tick by tick gegevens, not minute by minute juist?
Some of the other threads I read are about mtGox not gdax or only provide daily reports so I’m not including them.
If I missed any other resources I would much appreciate if you could point mij te the right direction.
This is my very first everzwijn response on any forum so I hope you find this helpful.
I think your question is “is it possible to get one year worth minute by minute gegevens from gdax?”. I only recently began trading with gdax via it’s API but i have bot trading with kritiseren’s API for a while now and my practice with all crypto currencies so far is that you can only get a few days worth of historical gegevens or ticks. However, if you want minute by minute gegevens from the API, then you will have to query the gegevens at some interval (maybe every minute). Note that the frequency of such queries are usually limited by a rate limit often determined by the exchange.
Also, I do not think Coinbase is an exchange ter the sense conventional sense. I see coinbase and gdax spil different business units of the same enity. Hence, I suspect that whatever trade or tick information you get from either of the two will be the same. However, they function differently and have two different category of people they cater to. Coinbase API is primarily for building phone applications with only basic features e.g. buy, sell, send, historical gegevens.
However, gdax caters to the more sophisticated trader with more advanced features like limit order, margin trading, OHLC gegevens etc.
You should check the linksaf below to see if there are features that may attend to your needs