Sharing: No more imgur, and no more screenshots! Every chart has a unique URL that you can share. Each chart also has a screenshot URL you can share or embed.
Bookmarking: Save your precious chart, give it a title, and come back to it later.
Tiles: You can never have enough chart. With tiles, you can view your Bitcoin and Unobtanium side by side.
Annotations: Yes, we have them, and more are on the way.
News: News in charts? Yep.
Logarithmic volume: Cryptocurrencies grow fast and because of this the volume often looks like noise. Our logarithmic volume charts allow you to turn the noise into patterns.
There's plenty more to it so check out the website at https://pizzacharts.com.
Of course, we'd love your feedback.
I provide web development consulting services, with a focus on data analytics and charting. I'm also the co-founder of several products.
The most recent is Pizzacharts, a crypto-currency charting website where people can keep up with the latest price trends of bitcoin, litecoin, and the rest of the altcoins.
Counter Chef is a recipe site that does things differently. Recipes are simplified, structured, and presented graphically.
I also co-founded the defunct website Football Verdict, where fantasy football fans were able to get weekly lineup advice from each other.
I have previously worked at Squarespace where I've built the company's Android app and worked on the then-nascent Data Analytics team to improve the company's metrics. I also worked at Xtify, an IBM-acquired early innovator in the mobile push and geofencing space, and at Murex, the long-time leader in integrated trading, risk management, processing and post-trade solutions for capital markets (i.e., banks and hedge funds).
I have a computer science and economics background, and I work as a software developer specializing in data analytics and visualization, web development, and Android.
I live in New York City, love photography, love reading about everything related to startups, and don't drink coffee.