Crypto Juke Box is a page that makes high-pitched piano sounds when the price of bitcoin rises.
The tool was created to listen to the fluctuation of the value without having to look at the screen.
Can you imagine being able to listen to music if the price of bitcoin goes up or down? Now this is possible on the Crypto Juke Box page, a tool created by Aspyn Palatnick, a cryptocurrency retail investor who works as a software engineer at Meta.
The application allows investors of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to track their price with sounds without looking at a screen. This is because it outputs high or low piano tones if the value is going up or down. In this way, it is possible to verify its volatility while carrying out other activities.
Exclusively with CriptoNoticias, Aspyn Palatnick, its founder, revealed to us that the idea of Crypto Juke Box arose to give a solution to his personal life. As a cryptocurrency investor, he explained to us that he needed to follow the movement of his investments while doing his daily tasks.
Constantly reviewing the price on the computer or any other device “it was a waste of time because I have work and other things to do,” he told us.. This is how he came up with the idea of developing a tool, for him and other investors, that allows to verify the value of cryptocurrencies throughout the day through sounds, without having to resort to looking at a screen.
I definitely believe that other retail investors can benefit from the Crypto Juke Box, as well as I know many who currently look at screens watching cryptocurrency prices all day, even if they have other things to do.
Aspyn Palatnick, fundador de Crypto Juke Box.
Crypto Juke Box plans to add more cryptocurrencies and sound customization
Currently the page has live monitoring of the price of bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH), dogecoin (DOGE), solana (SOL) and loopring (LRC). Its creator revealed to us that as the Crypto Juke Box grows and receives more feedback, adding support for more cryptocurrencies and new sounds for different users will become top priorities.
“I’ve already been experimenting with playing different sounds when you visit the website with an NFT included in the URL,” he noted. For example, it is possible to listen to music based Bored Ape Yacht Club, one of the most well-known and valued non-fungible token collections in the industry, as reported by CriptoNoticias.
Crypto Juke Box has been available for free for just two weeks. Playing sounds, like the Bored Ape Yacht Club, “is still experimental and a work in progress, so it may not work for all NFTs at the moment, “Aspyn Palatnick warned CriptoNoticias.