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Bitstamp Exchange Data



Educational Resources

Articles we have published specific to Bitstamp API or analysis is below:
  • Use Python to Retrieve EUR/USD Conversion Rate from Bitstamp


  • Historical OHLC Price Data includes Volume

    We track and produce files for over 300+ assets i Daily, Hourly, and Minute(!) time granularities for the spot/physical market. Each file is easily downloadable in CSV format and can be consumed automatically by Python scripts or other automated processes. In each file, you will find the below/following fields. This OHLC (Open/High/Low/Close) pricing data is updated each day and is taken directly from the exchange(s). Please reach out if you find discrepancies or errors in the data that need to be addressed

  • Unix Timestamp - This is the unix timestamp or also known as "Epoch Time". Use this to convert to your local timezone
  • Date - This timestamp is converted to NY EST Standard Time
  • Symbol - The symbol for which the timeseries data refers
  • Open - This is the opening price of the time period
  • High - This is the highest price of the time period
  • Low - This is the lowest price of the time period
  • Close - This is the closing price of the time period
  • Volume (Crypto) - This is the volume in the transacted Ccy. Ie. For BTC/USDT, this is in BTC amount
  • Volume Base Ccy - This is the volume in the base/converted ccy. Ie. For BTC/USDT, this is in USDT amount


  • Data Map for Available Bitstamp Daily and Hourly Symbols


    Symbol Timeframe First Date Available Last Date Available File Link
    Symbol Timeframe First Date Available Last Date Available File Link




    Bitstamp Minute Data Broken Down by Year


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    Aggregated OHLCV Files

    Use this section to download every OHLCV file (everything) at once in a ZIP file. The file will include every CSV file of that respective timeframe. We will add to what is available over time and by request. Please reach out to us via our contact page


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    Historical Trade Prints

    Every transaction, regardless of size, takes place between a buyer and a seller and is recorded with the timestamp at which it occurred. These are actual historical trades; and these "trade prints" are made available below. Due to the sheer amount and size of the files, we compress the files across quarterly timeframes. Please reach out to us if you are looking for access on a more frequently updated basis.

  • Unix Timestamp - This is the unix timestamp or also known as "Epoch Time". Use this to convert to your local timezone
  • Date - This timestamp is converted to NY EST Standard Time
  • Symbol - The symbol for which the transaction took place
  • Price - The price at which the transaction occurred
  • Amount - The amount in transacted ccy which occurred. Ie. For BTC/USD, this represents BTC transacted
  • Dollar_amount - This is the amount converted to the base ccy. Ie. For BTC/USD, this represents amount * price in USD terms
  • Type - Will be either a 'Buy' or a 'Sell'. A 'buy' represents market participant placing a 'buy order' at best available market price (Lowest Ask Price). A 'sell' represents the opposite; a market participant executing a market order to sell at the best available price (Highest Bid Price)
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