Getting the Correct Max Date

After I added the dynamic search feature to my “To The Moon” 🚀 Coin Calculator, I noticed that the price of BitCoin (BTC) was not increasing. I knew that it was over USD$9,000 all day, but it was still showing a price just about USD$8,000. When I ran the query in the MySQL database, I noticed that it was pulling back the correct date, but not the correct price. QUERY FAIL!! So, it was off to figure out why my query wasn’t working. To start, I was using the MAX() function to retrieve the latest date added to the table. Continue reading Getting the Correct Max Date

Dynamic Search with PHP, jQuery and AutoComplete

After I created a Cron job using EasyCron to populate my cryptocurrency coin history tables, my next step was to create the capability to search through the 500 coins I had in the database.  The To The Moon! Coin Calculator displays the Top 50 coins by market capitalization rank by default. The search would narrow it down to one coin. I am hoping, that in the next phase, that when the user selects one coin they will get more information than the list of 50. Since I want to prevent errors in retrieving the one coin, the best method is Continue reading Dynamic Search with PHP, jQuery and AutoComplete

Easy to Use EasyCron

I created my first cron job using EasyCron and it was Easy. As part of the second phase of my To The Moon! Coin Calculator, I needed to populate my database with information on a scheduled basis. Since I am using a hosting service that doesn’t have a schedule jobs feature, I looked to a third party app to get it done. EasyCron allows for anyone to create simple cron jobs for free or as a paid service, if you want more functionality. For my needs, the free service works well. I only plan on running my cron job 3 Continue reading Easy to Use EasyCron

“To The Moon” 🚀Coin Calculator

Finished the First Version of the Calculator A few weeks ago, I wrote an article on Calculating “To The Moon” 🚀 as a thought process based on something that @dragosroua posted. A few days ago, I posted Scientific Proof that To The Moon Caused BitCoin Crash!, in which I used the previous article and an article from @edje to “prove” that my calculations were correct based on his theory of anti-Moon gravitational issues with cryptocurrency. When I was writing the article Air Drop – Success!, I used my calculation to figure out when IOSToken would go “To The Moon” and Continue reading “To The Moon” 🚀Coin Calculator

Scientific Proof that To The Moon Caused BitCoin Crash!

I have combined research papers to bring you this shocking discovery! This morning while reviewing my Twitter feed, I noticed that Einsteinium Found HQ (aka, the people behind Einsteinium ) had reTweeted a Tweet from @edje. The article was written on channels.cc, but was originally a STEEMit article. CRYPTO MOONING equals BROKE – EXPLAINED BY SCIENCE Being that Einsteinium, a foundation named after one of the most brilliant minds of mankind, Albert Einstein, is always on the look out for brilliant articles, I decided to give it a read. Since, Einsteinium uses their coin to fun research, there must be Continue reading Scientific Proof that To The Moon Caused BitCoin Crash!

Calculating “To The Moon” 🚀

What would be the price for something to go To The Moon Inspired by @dragosroua article: How Long It Will Take To STEEM To Go To The Moon? Looks like the distance to the Moon is exactly 384,400 km. A lot, right? So, what if 1 km would be equal 1 cent? Just so, you know, to have something to compare with. In this case, I think we can acknowledge STEEM as being on the Moon if the total value of STEEM is 1 cent x 384,400 km, right. 384,400 x 0.01 = 3,844 USD. <- Moon stage At first Continue reading Calculating “To The Moon” 🚀