This is an Emacs minor mode that can display a ticket with the price of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies. Prices are fetched using the CoinMarketCap ticker API, which supports nearly every cryptocurrency.
You'll need Emacs 25 or later to use coin-ticker-mode.
The recommended way to get
coin-ticker is as a package from the MELPA
repository. The version of
coin-ticker there will always be up-to-date.
Your Emacs config should have some code like this:
(require 'coin-ticker) ;; Optional: Set the update interval, in seconds (default 300) (setq coin-ticker-api-poll-interval 120) ;; Optional: Set the currency list (default is BTC and ETH) (setq coin-ticker-syms '("BTC" "ETH" "LTC" "XPR")) ;; Optional: Just show prices (and no symbols) (setq coin-ticker-show-syms nil) ;; Optional: Set the price unit to use (default is "USD") (setq coin-ticker-price-convert "EUR") ;; Optional: Set the symbol used to display prices (default is "$") (setq coin-ticker-price-symbol "€") ;; Enable coin-ticker-mode (coin-ticker-mode 1)
This Emacs mode is free software, released under the GPLv3, like Emacs itself.