About the chart

Live chart for BTCUSD. Analyse the price action using the chart's 100+ technical indicators and 50+ drawings tools.

Chart types include Renko, Heikin Ashi, and Kagi as well as the more traditional candles and OHLC bars. Available timeframes range from seconds-charts (S10) through to days and months.

You can change the time zone of the chart, to match your local time zone or a preference such as GMT. You can also invert the prices, or use a multiplier.

To change the default settings for all the charts on this website, save your preferred chart as a template and choose the "Default template" option.

Price alerts

Registered users can create price alerts, and receive immediate notifications by email when the thresholds are hit:

  • Click on the cursor (arrow) icon in the chart's toolbar
  • Choose "Price alert"
  • Click on a price on the chart, such as the open/high/low/close of a candle

All alerts, for all markets, are also shown on the price alert list.


The BTCUSD pair is the abbreviation of Bitcoin against the US Dollar. Bitcoin is the cryptocurrency that has the biggest nominal market price and the largest market capitalization. It is considered the main Cryptocurrency whie all other digital currencies are treated as Alternative Coins (altcoins). BTC is commonly valued in terms of the world's reserve currency, the US dollar (USD). Volatility has constant presence in the BTCUSD valuations, with prices fluctuations of 5% or 10% of the value within a 24 hour period. BTC is in its infancy compared to the USD with high skepticism amongst traders as the digital currency has limited supply and the regulatory status is yet to be defined. Questions about its security have also been raised. While traditional currency market influences such as central bank decissions or economic news do not affect BTC directly, the USD remains subject to all of these factors and it can affect the pair.