CryptoCurrencyChart — Historical data on Crypto-Currencies

Daily historical time series of Open, High, Low, and Close (OHLC) data, plus volume data organized by exchange.

All data sets are FREE and in easy to download CSV format.

We make it easy to do your own analysis!

Our focus is centered around cryptocurrency Market Risk. These are risks resulting
from market movements. We create daily: Value at Risk (VaR) reports, Volatility ranges
and projections using GARCH and EWMA techniques, Liquidity and Volume analysis, Statistical
profiles of cryptocurrency coins, and perform Monte Carlo simulations to model and quantify
the risks of the cryptocurrency markets.

Flat-file delivery of historical and on-going data across 80+ exchanges and 10,000+ currency pairs

Since 2014, Kaiko has collected, normalized and stored terabytes of raw cryptocurrency data from dozens of exchanges. With our team of skilled engineers, we have taken the time to perfect our collection, storage, and distribution infrastructure so that you can focus on working with our data.

The best subscription service for institutional use created by the most trusted data provider in the industry.

Access high-quality and cost-effective trade data, order books, and aggregates. Our team of engineers has developed a robust collection, storage, and distribution infrastructure so that you can focus on working with our data while reducing operational costs. Through our REST API, livestream WebSocket, and flat-file Data Feed, you can access both historical and live cryptocurrency market data.

API Update: Order Book snapshots and Quotes Now Available View Documentation here.

We have built our cryptocurrency data delivery infrastructure with robustness in mind. Our collection is run on multiple redundant global data centers to ensure consistency of data delivery. Kaiko offers the same quality data across several delivery channels.

Kaiko’s extensive collection of raw tick-by-tick cryptocurrency trade data is our most straightforward data offering. Our tick-by-tick trade datasets include all executed transactions on 75+ cryptocurrency exchanges. There are numerous use cases for tick-by-tick trade data including research and analysis, data aggregation, backtesting of trading strategies, visualizations, and third party integration. Cryptocurrency trade data can provide valuable information on individual trades, currency pairs, or the crypto market as a whole. You can browse our full pairs and historical coverage using our instrument explorer here.

All Kaiko cryptocurrency trade data is normalized upon collection from each exchange’s unique API. We collect data from top exchanges such as Binance, Bitfinex, Coinbase Pro, Huobi, Gemini, and dozens more.

Kaiko provides coverage for 10,000+ currency pairs across 80+ cryptocurrency exchanges. We collect tick-by-tick trade data, order book snapshots, OHLCV, and VWAP for all exchanges covered. You can subscribe to our cloud-based flat file data feed for historical data or daily data updates. You can also access all of our historical and recent data through Kaiko’s Market Data API and live data through our livestream websocket. If you have any questions about the exchanges we cover or would like to find out more about our data delivery options, reach out to us at

The below list does not reflect all of the exchanges we have integrated with.

An order book is a list containing all outstanding buy or sell orders for a specific currency pair, organized by price level. An order book identifies the amount of the currency pair being bid or offered at a specific price, known as the market depth. An order to buy is called a ‘bid’ and an order to sell is called an ‘ask’. The exchange’s matching engine pairs up bids and asks, resulting in a trade.

You can browse our full pairs and historical coverage using our instrument explorer here. Kaiko provides cryptocurrency order book snapshots at various market depths: 

All order books consist of Level 2 data. Kaiko order book data consists of buy orders, containing all information about bids (the amount to purchase and the price desired to buy at) and and sell orders, containing all information about asks (the amount to sell and the price desired to sell at).

We are a high-quality, one-stop-solution market data provider for cryptocurrency markets.

All CoinAPI data is standardized.

We encourage you to use comments to engage with users, share your perspective and ask questions of authors and each other.

Hi, so I wanted to cover Nomics and our data and why we’re different. We found that most price aggregators and most market data services are failing in a number of ways that I think we’ve solved for and I wanted to cover that first.

A little bit about the company: we are an API first product company, so out of everything that we do our API comes first.

We built the API before we built anything else.

If you do go to Nomics that entire website was built with our API so anything you see on the website we have available but we also have a lot of data available that is not on our website.

Our investors include Coinbase Ventures, Digital Currency Group, CityBlock Capital, and a bunch of people that we really respect in the space.

So I think perhaps the way to start this out is by talking about data and data quality.

We provide a true tick-by-tick level-1 quotes, level-2 order books and trades cryptocurrency history data (bitcoin, ethereum, EOS, litecoin, ripple, stellar, bitcoin cash, cardano etc) from major exchanges (binance, bitfinex, bitmex, bitstamp, coinbase pro, hitbtc, okex, poloniex). With a help of our data you can accurately replicate market behavior in the past for a prediction model being backtested.

We provide fast and reliable cryptocurrency historical data API to access our database. The BitDataset database currently holds more than 12 TB of raw market data available through the RESTful protocol. Subscription starts from $0 per 100 daily requests.

We have most competitive pricing (from $599) on the historical data dumps and on-going subscriptions and API (from $0).

Один ответ к “CryptoCurrencyChart — Historical data on Crypto-Currencies”