Graphical User Interface

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The graphical interface of Cryptoland Scout is clean and compact. Everything is visible on one screen. There are 4 visual units.

UPPER LINE (from left to right)

MENU button

  • License extension – Enter your license extension after payment here
  • Change password – change the password to enter the program
  • Info – data related to your processor (this is important for the program to know how realistic the maximum pair for your CPU is) as well as information about your registration ID number
  • Notification Sound – if this option is checked, the program will sound a short sound with each new result, thus drawing your attention to the fact that there is a new result.
  • Help – help regarding the program
  • Exit – exit the program

Pairs

  • Selection name for crypto currency pairs
  • Number of selected pairs / maximum number of pairs that can be processed
  • Icon for selecting a list of selected pairs
  • Icon for saving the list of selected pairs
  • Search field for quickly finding a currency pair
  • tf (time frame) to display results in time frames for 1m, 3m, 5m, 15m, 30m, 1h, 2h, 4h, 8h, 12h, 1dh, 3d, 1w
  • “Select all” button – to select (display) all time frames
  • “Clear” button – for deselection of all time frames
  • Button “l” – display of pairs that had a price change defined by the filter
  • “h” button – display of pairs that had a price change defined by the filter a in accordance with the rules of the h template
  • Green button – display of pairs where the price has risen (according to the defined filter)
  • Red button – display of pairs at which the price fell (according to the defined filter)
  • On the far right you see Licenses Expiration: YY: MM: DD HH: MM which shows how long the program will run. Upon expiration of the license, the program ceases to operate.

LEFT VERTICAL PANEL

Here are all the currency pairs that the program processes. Couples are “withdrawing” from the Binance crypto exchange and it is only couples where the relationship is towards the USDT (Tether). There is one currency pair in each line.

  • If there is a red or green vertical bar in front of the pair’s name, they are BLT (Binance Laverage Tokens). A red dash means that these are DOWN tokens that are actually bear and a green dash means that they are UP tokens that are bull.
  • The name of the pair (say BTCUSDT) or in the case of a bull token will be BTCUSDUP and in the case of a bear token it will be BTCUSDDOWN
  • Filter – setting a previously defined filter with search criteria that will activate a currency pair with a certain price change in a certain time interval
  • Active – if you check (check) the box in the “active” column, the program will analyze the pair in further work. the line has two fields.One is B and the other is TV.Field B opens that currency pair on the Binance exchange in your default browser.The TV field opens that currency pair in Trading View in your default browser.
  • At the bottom, at the bottom of the left vertical panel, you’ll see a drop-down menu that lets you choose which filter you want to use when analyzing currency pairs.
  • The active button – so you can turn a currency pair on or off from the analysis selection.

MIDDLE VERTICAL PANEL

Here you will see the results of the program.

  • The first thing you will see is a green or red vertical line that indicates whether that currency pair is rising or falling.
  • Then comes the name of the currency pair.
  • TF which indicates on which tf (time frame) the result is obtained.
  • % which indicates the percentage change in the price. Red indicates a decline and green an increase in the amount of the entered percentage
  • Start (date and time) – when the currency pair went to the “l” or “h” template
  • End (date and time) – when the currency pair has finished creating the template template type “l” or “h”
  • A, B, C – are segments l and x of the template. L has only A segment and x has all three segments. The numbers in A, B, C indicate how many candles there are in each segment.
  • At the very bottom of the middle vertical panel is a box (checkbox) Add new results on top. When activated (knitted) all new results will be printed at the top of the middle panel.

RIGHT VERTICAL PANEL

There are 3 units in the right vertical panel.

  • The upper one is reserved for filters. Here we see which filters currently exist and what the filter is called. Filters define the value of the percentage change in price for each time frame separately. If the price changes by a defined percentage, it will appear as a result in the middle panel. Change can be both a fall and a rise in prices.
  • At the bottom, below the filter definition panel, there is a panel – Pair results. Here, practically everything is the same as in the middle panel, but the results are shown only for the selected currency pair, but for all time frames (even for those time frames that are not selected in the main panel).
  • At the bottom, below the filter definition panel, there is a panel – Pair results. Here, practically everything is the same as in the middle panel, but the results are shown only for the selected currency pair, but for all time frames (even for those time frames that are not selected in the main panel).
  • The RUN / STOP / RERUN button is located all the way down.
  • It is very important to remember that when you press the STOP button, the string with the information that the program received from the Binance exchange office is interrupted and that the string cannot be resumed by clicking the RUN button again. So if you clicked STOP, the RERUN button will appear which if clicked, the program will close and reopen allowing the pair analysis to be restarted.
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