How it works
The sentiment of a news post is determined by a machine learning engine. When the website aggregates news from a website (e.g. Mashable) it captures all the news titles and classifies them as either positive, neutral, or negative (based on previous training). The engine is specifically trained on Litecoin and cryptocurrency news.
Sentiment is currently only shown when you opted in (at the bottom of this page), this is because the engine isn't too clever yet. The engine is being trained as news comes in so it will become smarter over time. In the future sentiment will be shown by default.
|Current engine knowledge|
Below you can find some examples of titles and their sentiment. Please keep in mind the statistics above, and the fact that the engine is like a baby—some labels may be incorrect. You can refresh the page to get different titles.
Positive (beta) (determined by engine)
- If LTC hits $500 by new years, I'll do the top new years resolution in this thread
- Aliant Payment System Now Includes Ether and Litecoin to its Platform
- IF LITECOIN HITS 1K BY 2018 I WILL RUN NAKED ACROSS COLLEGE
Neutral (beta) (determined by engine)
- If I buy a $3,500 Innosilicon I get...
- How to Sell Litecoin on Ledger Nano S
Negative (beta) (determined by engine)
- LTC transactions are pending
- Bitcoin Cash Drama
- Chase Bank Credit is now treating Coinbase as cash advances, hit with a $10 fee on a $25 purchase.
You can optionally enable sentiments by clicking the button below, but keep in mind that some news could have been labeled incorrectly.