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Cryptsy Market IDs

Recently I’ve been playing with the Cryptsy API. Market data is pulled using the market id of a cryptocurrency. However, cryptsy has not published a list of ids.  Below are the IDs as of 6/30/2014.

I’ve written a small application to pull the most current IDs from Cryptsy – Link

Download text file of the list: Cryptsy Market ids

ID Name
2 BTC/USD
182 DOGE/USD
213 DRK/USD
6 FTC/USD
1 LTC/USD
94 ADT/LTC
121 ANC/LTC
111 ASC/LTC
161 AUR/LTC
186 BAT/LTC
191 BC/LTC
222 CAIx/LTC
123 CGB/LTC
228 CLOAK/LTC
17 CNC/LTC
109 COL/LTC
91 CPR/LTC
220 CRYPT/LTC
175 CTM/LTC
46 DBL/LTC
96 DGC/LTC
206 DIME/LTC
194 DMC/LTC
135 DOGE/LTC
214 DRK/LTC
52 DVC/LTC
93 ELP/LTC
55 EZC/LTC
61 FLO/LTC
171 FRK/LTC
124 FST/LTC
4 FTC/LTC
36 GLD/LTC
230 GLYPH/LTC
84 GME/LTC
60 IFC/LTC
35 JKC/LTC
193 KARM/LTC
218 MAX/LTC
100 MEC/LTC
56 MEM/LTC
145 MOON/LTC
62 MST/LTC
108 NET/LTC
162 NXT/LTC
125 PPC/LTC
101 PXC/LTC
126 QRK/LTC
190 RBBT/LTC
212 RDD/LTC
87 RED/LTC
37 RYC/LTC
128 SBC/LTC
226 SC/LTC
98 SXC/LTC
224 TES/LTC
147 TIPS/LTC
107 TIX/LTC
215 VRC/LTC
217 VTC/LTC
21 WDC/LTC
216 XC/LTC
67 XNC/LTC
106 XPM/LTC
22 YAC/LTC
176 ZEIT/LTC
127 ZET/LTC
141 42/BTC
199 AC/BTC
57 ALF/BTC
43 AMC/BTC
66 ANC/BTC
48 ARG/BTC
160 AUR/BTC
179 BC/BTC
142 BCX/BTC
157 BEN/BTC
129 BET/BTC
10 BQC/BTC
23 BTB/BTC
49 BTE/BTC
50 BTG/BTC
102 BUK/BTC
154 CACH/BTC
221 CAIx/BTC
53 CAP/BTC
150 CASH/BTC
136 CAT/BTC
70 CGB/BTC
197 CINNI/BTC
227 CLOAK/BTC
95 CLR/BTC
74 CMC/BTC
8 CNC/BTC
198 COMM/BTC
58 CRC/BTC
219 CRYPT/BTC
68 CSC/BTC
131 DEM/BTC
167 DGB/BTC
26 DGC/BTC
72 DMD/BTC
132 DOGE/BTC
155 DRK/BTC
40 DVC/BTC
139 EAC/BTC
12 ELC/BTC
188 EMC2/BTC
69 EMD/BTC
183 EXE/BTC
47 EZC/BTC
138 FFC/BTC
165 FLAP/BTC
192 FLT/BTC
39 FRC/BTC
33 FRK/BTC
44 FST/BTC
5 FTC/BTC
82 GDC/BTC
76 GLC/BTC
30 GLD/BTC
78 GLX/BTC
229 GLYPH/BTC
80 HBN/BTC
185 HVC/BTC
59 IFC/BTC
38 IXC/BTC
25 JKC/BTC
178 KDC/BTC
65 KGC/BTC
148 LEAF/BTC
204 LGD/BTC
116 LK7/BTC
34 LKY/BTC
137 LOT/BTC
202 LTB/BTC
3 LTC/BTC
177 LYC/BTC
152 MAX/BTC
45 MEC/BTC
149 MEOW/BTC
156 MINT/BTC
187 MN1/BTC
196 MN2/BTC
7 MNC/BTC
189 MRY/BTC
200 MYR/BTC
164 MZC/BTC
64 NAN/BTC
207 NAUT/BTC
32 NBL/BTC
90 NEC/BTC
134 NET/BTC
29 NMC/BTC
54 NRB/BTC
211 NRS/BTC
13 NVC/BTC
159 NXT/BTC
184 NYAN/BTC
75 ORB/BTC
144 OSC/BTC
86 PHS/BTC
120 Points/BTC
173 POT/BTC
28 PPC/BTC
119 PTS/BTC
31 PXC/BTC
92 PYC/BTC
71 QRK/BTC
169 RDD/BTC
143 RPC/BTC
9 RYC/BTC
51 SBC/BTC
225 SC/BTC
158 SMC/BTC
180 SPA/BTC
81 SPT/BTC
88 SRC/BTC
83 STR/BTC
153 SXC/BTC
117 TAG/BTC
166 TAK/BTC
114 TEK/BTC
223 TES/BTC
130 TGC/BTC
27 TRC/BTC
203 UNB/BTC
133 UNO/BTC
201 USDe/BTC
163 UTC/BTC
209 VRC/BTC
151 VTC/BTC
195 WC/BTC
14 WDC/BTC
210 XC/BTC
115 XJO/BTC
208 XLB/BTC
63 XPM/BTC
11 YAC/BTC
73 YBC/BTC
140 ZCC/BTC
170 ZED/BTC
85 ZET/BTC

chkdsk

I can never remember the chkdsk commands. Just like tar in linux, always have to check the man pages.

Standard execution: chkdsk /f /r c:
Cancel scheduled check: chkntfs /x c:

C:\>chkdsk /?
Checks a disk and displays a status report.

CHKDSK [volume[[path]filename]]] [/F] [/V] [/R] [/X] [/I] [/C] [/L[:size]] [/B]

  volume          Specifies the drive letter (followed by a colon),
                  mount point, or volume name.
  filename        FAT/FAT32 only: Specifies the files to check for fragmentation.
  /F              Fixes errors on the disk.
  /V              On FAT/FAT32: Displays the full path and name of every file
                  on the disk.
                  On NTFS: Displays cleanup messages if any.
  /R              Locates bad sectors and recovers readable information
                  (implies /F).
  /L:size         NTFS only:  Changes the log file size to the specified number
                  of kilobytes.  If size is not specified, displays current
                  size.
  /X              Forces the volume to dismount first if necessary.
                  All opened handles to the volume would then be invalid
                  (implies /F).
  /I              NTFS only: Performs a less vigorous check of index entries.
  /C              NTFS only: Skips checking of cycles within the folder
                  structure.
  /B              NTFS only: Re-evaluates bad clusters on the volume
                  (implies /R)

The /I or /C switch reduces the amount of time required to run Chkdsk by
skipping certain checks of the volume.

Cobain Backup Restore Tool

Cobain is a decent backup software and given that its free I decided to try it out.  The one thing is majorly lacks is the ability to restore incremental backups.  The software makes a sub folder for each backup containing the files that have been changed. The issue?  How do you do a full restore? Going through months of folders copying and pasting files was not something I wanted to do, therefore I wrote a quick a dirty utility to combine the incremental backups into the initial full backup.

 

Source is in VB.net.  Its not pretty. I didn’t  intend on anyone seeing the code, just wanted to get my files restored as fast as possible.

cobain-restore-tool

 

Download

Cobain Restore Tool

Cobain Restore Tool – Source