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Hey John, So here are the details: - The ticker endpoint provides all the historical ticks (so a higher granularity than 1 per minute) - The historical endpoint takes the parameter "resolution" and this can take the value "hour" or "day" (not by minute). If neither nor match your requirements, we could send you a flat file with a historical series per minute.(please provide your email). Please be aware that the dataset starts when the Bitmex index started being calculated by Kaiko rather than tradeblock (so in March this year). Kind Regards, Marion
срд 8:31 8/6/16
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Hey John, So here are the details: - The ticker endpoint provides all the historical ticks (so a higher granularity than 1 per minute) - The historical endpoint takes the parameter "resolution" and this can take the value "hour" or "day" (not by minute). If neither nor match your requirements, we could send you a flat file with a historical series per minute.(please provide your email). Please be aware that the dataset starts when the Bitmex index started being calculated by Kaiko rather than tradeblock (so in March this year). Kind Regards, Marion
срд 8:31 8/6/16
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Hey John, So here are the details: - The ticker endpoint provides all the historical ticks (so a higher granularity than 1 per minute) - The historical endpoint takes the parameter "resolution" and this can take the value "hour" or "day" (not by minute). If neither nor match your requirements, we could send you a flat file with a historical series per minute.(please provide your email). Please be aware that the dataset starts when the Bitmex index started being calculated by Kaiko rather than tradeblock (so in March this year). Kind Regards, Marion
срд 8:31 8/6/16