Cryptocurrencies prices and graph on the terminal

Overview

Go How Much?

Inspired by https://github.com/monodyle/howmuch

Crypto coin price tracking on terminal.

Install

Source

  1. Requirement
Go 1.16
  1. Build binary
go get;
go build -o gohowmuch;
  1. Run gohowmuch
./gohowmuch

Linux

Mac

Windows

Others

Usage

Type from commandline

gohowmuch --symbol=doge

Support --symbol and --symbolbase. Change the symbol that avaiable on https://www.binance.com/en/markets

--symbol default value is "btc".

--symbolbase default value is "usdt".

Example:

gohowmuch --symbol=btc --symbolbase=usdt
gohowmuch --symbol=doge --symbolbase=btc
gohowmuch --symbol=shib --symbolbase=doge

Open multiple views

Multi-views

Suggest to use tmux. Example config tmux_traderview_config.sh. Or

#!/bin/bash

symbols=("btc" "eth" "doge" "xrp")
base="usdt"
app_path="./gohowmuch"

for symbol in "${symbols[@]:1}"; do
	tmux split-window "$app_path --symbol=$symbol -symbolbase=$base";
	tmux select-layout tile;
done
tmux select-pane -t 0;

build/gohowmuch_darwin_amd64 --symbol=${symbols[0]} -symbolbase=$base

License

MIT

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