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Transferring my Coinbase bitcoins to another wallet
Hey guys I’m not really expert on bitcoin but I have used Coinbase to buy bitcoin because many advised it. To be honest the fees are quite high and I just can’t believe I pay 20€ to deposit 500€ so I decided to transfer my bitcoins somewhere else. I’m searching for a platform with lower fees possibly.
I finally found a free source for historical 1-minute-or-better Bitcoin price data. This data is supposedly from the Coinbase exchange. Here are the first 10 lines from the CSV: 1417412036,300.000000000000,0.010000000000 1417412423,300.000000000000,0.010000000000 1417415048,370.000000000000,0.010000000000 1417416612,370.000000000000,0.026555540000 1417498166,377.000000000000,0.010000000000 1417517949,377.750000000000,0.250000000000 1417517949,378.000000000000,3.750000000000 1417518257,378.000000000000,4.900000000000 1417518340,378.000000000000,5.200000000000 1417545780,378.000000000000,0.100000000000 Here are the last 10 lines from the CSV: 1546898806,4005.990000000000,0.011924900000 1546898807,4006.000000000000,0.004597620000 1546898807,4006.000000000000,0.003690980000 1546898808,4006.000000000000,0.008201680000 1546898809,4005.990000000000,0.007748090000 1546898809,4006.000000000000,0.075850860000 1546898812,4006.000000000000,0.011924980000 1546898814,4005.550000000000,0.075015730000 1546898815,4005.990000000000,0.012918520000 1546898819,4005.990000000000,0.025079380000 My best guess is the first column is some sort of time/tick, the second column is the price (it goes up to the 19000's as expected, but did the price did to 4000 recently?), and the third column is the order quantity. There are 56.6 million lines in this CSV. I'd like to figure out how to turn the first column into an actual data/time. My guess is it's in seconds, since there are multiple orders with the same number in the first column later in the CSV. Which is fine, I can average all the lines with the same time index, but anyone have a clue how to get the date out of it? I see Coinbase starting trading in late 2012, but why do these numbers start at 1.4 billion?
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