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Bitcoin Trading Anomalies & LSTM NN

forblog In [1]: import pandas as pd import numpy as np In [2]: data_raw = pd.read_csv('data/coinbaseUSD.csv') data_raw.shape Out[2]: (1574274, 8) In [3]: train_data_raw = data_raw[:1474273] train_data_raw.shape Out[3]: (1474273, 8) In [4]:...

Analyzing Bitcoin’s Blockchain – Part 2

In this post, I'll walk you through installing BlockSci and converting the raw blockchain into a format that we can use in C++ and Python3 (with or without Jupyter). First, download and install BlockSci.  Follow the instructions on the installation page and when you...

Analyzing Bitcoin’s Blockchain

So you've got Bitcoin fever, and you'd like to understand more about how it works. What exactly is contained in the underlying blockchain? This series will have 3 parts: Installing Bitcoin and Jupyter Notebook Installing BlockSci and Converting Data for Analysis...

Bitcoin Trading Anomalies & LSTM NN

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forblog In [1]: import pandas as pd import numpy as np In [2]: data_raw = pd.read_csv('data/coinbaseUSD.csv') data_raw.shape Out[2]: (1574274, 8) In [3]: train_data_raw = data_raw[:1474273] train_data_raw.shape Out[3]: (1474273, 8) In [4]: validate_data_raw = data_raw[1474274:] validate_data_raw.shape Out[4]: (100000, 8) In [5]: feature_list = ["Volume_(BTC)"] features= len(feature_list) train_data_selected = train_data_raw[feature_list].as_matrix().astype(np.float32) validate_data_selected =...

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Analyzing Bitcoin’s Blockchain – Part 2

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In this post, I’ll walk you through installing BlockSci and converting the raw blockchain into a format that we can use in C++ and Python3 (with or without Jupyter). First, download and install BlockSci.  Follow the instructions on the installation page and when you get to the end, you might run into a few issues. When you get to the last few steps of the install and build – these steps: cd libs/bitcoin-api-cpp mkdir release cd release cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release .. make sudo make install cd ../../.. mkdir release cd release...

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Analyzing Bitcoin’s Blockchain

Posted by on 9:08 pm in Analytics, Blockchain | 0 comments

So you’ve got Bitcoin fever, and you’d like to understand more about how it works. What exactly is contained in the underlying blockchain? This series will have 3 parts: Installing Bitcoin and Jupyter Notebook Installing BlockSci and Converting Data for Analysis Analyzing Blockchain Data So what is Blockchain?  Let’s consult Wikipedia… A blockchain, originally block chain, is a continuously growing list of records, called blocks, which are linked and secured using cryptography. Each block typically contains a hash...

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Apache Cassandra, Darkstar, and the Barcelona JUG

Posted by on 11:30 pm in Cassandra, NoSQL | 0 comments

I found this on youtube and thought I’d share it here – I’m giving a presentation on Cassandra and how we used it at NYSE Technologies.

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