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Duhhhh...finally. Thanks Zoneghost! PEOPLE.... It's an orderbook.* PLEASE... wrap your heads around that!!! If the last transaction that happened was a guy who sold me 1 XRP at 1500$, does it mean, that all the other XYZ billion XRP are going to transacted at that price, too? NO? then... WHY DO YOU MULTIPLY ALL THE AVAILABLE ITEMS BY THAT LAST PRICE AND COME UP WITH A "MARKETCAP"????? I mean, can there be anything more stupid and shortsighted than this calculation? Like, do people REALLY believe, that E-V-E-R-Y-B-O-D-Y is positioned at THE SAME PRICE? That everybody has the same idea of fair price? That everybody is in agreement ALL THE TIME? Do you all like the same kinda chicks? Do you all like the same kind of pizza? Do you all like the same kind of booze? The same kind of cars? (I must have covered it all now, no? Left anything worth living for out?, Naw, we're good, I'd say ) NO? WELL, DO YOU ALL BUY AND SELL AT THE SAME PRICE? aha, nope, didn't think so. but... doing that nonsense calculation of last transacted price times total supply is exactly that. Stop it. Just.... Stop the nonsense. Market can sustain $1,5k per coin? So be it. That's it. Hodl on guys. * Further reference (I am the one being quoted there) @fourthjohn thx mate.
I've been testing orderbook subscription on websocket. This command has option snapshot which if set true will return the entire orderbook for a given currency pair in a time interval. Since the return size is big, at times close to around 1MB, I think an orderbook app should only call it at beginning and use snapshot=false to fill or modify orders in the book. However it looks using snapshot=false doesn't return taker_funded, or the actual fund the creator has when creating an offer. Without this the orderbook would have misleading orders. Is there any way I can get taker_funded without calling snapshot=true ?