Not all trading pairs get price information from the relays. What determines which do and which don’t? What is needed to add price relaying for an altcoin (in order to enable percent-referenced offers)?
Oh, I see now.
This altcoins (I only took a glance at NMC) have such a low volume that have been delisted from poloniex and I don’t think any price feeder or dev will take much time investigating it.
I guess you would have to DIY if you want these alts to have a price feed, becoming a pricenode maintainer or at least giving them the steps to fed this prices.
Ok, I figured that this might involve running a price node myself. I’m willing to try, but can I run a custom node that servers prices for only some subset of coins (I don’t want to run a full-blown node with expensive API, and too much responsibility, and want to keep request counts for the API service low)?
From the documentation here it seems that there is only one kind of node that is expected to resolve all prices and hence requires a BitAverage API key unconditionally. I can modify the code, but will my node be accepted into the official array of nodes? Are nodes grouped by “capability” so that clients know which nodes to query for which coins? https://docs.bisq.network/exchange/howto/run-price-relay-node.html
Some major updates happening on this front: https://bisq.wiki/Bisq_Price_Indices
How to add to this table altcoins that are listed but not in the table (LBC, for example)? Any pricenode operators reading this?
Sorry, I don’t understand your post. What issue is preventing adding LBC price feed from CoinGecko? 24H volume is >$100k. Is CoinGecko charging extra per asset and price node operators are not willing to pay the fee – if so, what is the monthly amount?
@MnM thanks for asking them. Do you have their contact info that you could share in a private message (an email address perhaps)? GRIN/BEAM/USDC/etc are not even listed so have zero volume, but the ops operate price relays for them! There’s a communication disconnect happening, because it should cost them nothing to add a price relay for another asset (that’s at least listed and has active offers!) using an existing price provider… and I’m willing to help with whatever development needs to happen and potentially API cost (if it really is increased). Really no grounds to reject LBC but keep serving unlisted assets… give me a chance to talk to them, please.