Whale Sniper is a fancy volume monitor. It is designed to spot sudden spikes in volume as they happen on the exchanges. You can now never miss important market action again. Whale Sniper is not only designed to spot sudden spikes but also subtle accumulations on the exchanges.
Whale Sniper provides enough information for you to understand what happened. Let's review the anatomy of a signal from Whale Sniper.
Each signal starts with the exchange and the base market. This base market includes a direct link to the exchange.
#Ticker of the coin (searchable, you can click to view past signals directly on Telegram).
An assumption of what happened is included. This assumption may be unusual buying or selling activity. When it is not clear what happened, a simple 'Unusual activity' will be included.
Current Bid and Ask. Emojis mean something here!
Green: price has gone up
Red: price has gone down
White: price hasn't moved
The numbers in paranthesis refer to how much the price has moved.
24 hours volume (how much of the native currency has been traded in the last 24 hours)
Signals in the last 7 days. The first value refers to the last signal while the value in parenthesis refers to how many times the asset has been signaled in the past 7 days.
There are several factors that can tell us at a glance what happened:
Amount and time: the time in which the action happened can tell us a lot.
Short timeframe + low volume coin + buying activity = likely a pump and dump
High volume + high time frame = likely unusual accumulation
Unusual selling activity + short time frame = likely a flash crash.
Once you are used to see the signals (and track their results), you’ll begin to notice the patterns.
Signal price: see with more detail what happened in the market, its actual data of how much the price moved. The emojis provide a way to pick our favorite type of signals at a glance.
Volume: this is provided to disregard at a glance coins with low volatility and pump and dump traps.
Last signal: use this to understand how often the asset has been under unusual activity in the past days. Usually, a coin getting a lot of activity recently is a good sign. Remember to use the hashtags to navigate easily and see what exactly happened on the last days. You can also navigate through our site on the signals page