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cryptocurrency data?

I'm wondering if Q has any plans/interest in offering cryptocurrency data? It wouldn't be for trading directly, but as a novel data source for constructing exploring and constructing alpha factors. Or maybe you already have it (e.g Quandl)?

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I know TradingView can pull crypto data from Quandl so the API definitely already exists. Would love to see a Quantopian example on how one can pull crypto data from Quandl.

We don't have any immediate plans to add cryptocurrency data. There are many possible sources of the data that can be brought in using Fetcher, or uploaded to the research environment.

If there is a sense from those studies that the cryptocurrency data has a relationship with US equities or futures, I'm sure that would move the data source up the priority list for native integration.


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you can try directly from the they have all data of cryptocurrencies, you can use an API for that

where to find tik data on crypto markets? how "dense" can the timestamp be today?

You can find tick data from companies like Coinscious. They have flat files or API access to 5 min, 1 min and live stream crypto trade and order book data depending on your subscription.
you can go and enjoy cryptocurrency trading platform