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1  Economy / Service Announcements / Anonymous SMS account verification service on: April 17, 2017, 04:19:49 PM
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2  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin Price Alerts on: December 01, 2012, 11:47:06 AM
Open source means that you can view and redistribute the end product (algorithms)' source code.

Source code for all trade indicators will be included on the website for anyone to implement.
3  Economy / Speculation / Bitcoin Price Alerts on: November 29, 2012, 05:59:42 AM
BitcoinFTW http://signup.bitcoinftw.com
We have dumped hundreds of hours into a program that does Bitcoin backtesting with various bar lengths (min, hours, double hour, etc) with live and historical data. Profitable algorithms have been tested based on industry standard trading indicators like:
  • StochRSI
  • William's %R
  • Money Flow Index (MFI)
  • Detrended Price Oscillator (DPO)

After the backtests proved comfortable returns, we hooked up email/SMS alerts to notify when to make trades. The last few months have been very financially rewarding, but that isn't why we wrote this.

We wrote this, because Bitcoins are awesome, we love programming, and we love financial trading.
In future versions, we plan on adding:
  • Hourly Price Text Messages
  • More Algorithms (of course)
  • Automatic trading on MTGox
  • Thorough documentation on how each indicator/algorithm works
  • Open sourcing algorithms to allow user contribution

We are turning our hard work into a website for others to learn about Bitcoin trading and how to effectively trade bitcoins ahead of the market.

If you are interested in a free 3 month subscription, sign up on our launch page and we will keep you informed when our site goes live!

http://signup.bitcoinftw.com
4  Economy / Economics / Re: Bitcoin Trade Indicators on: July 16, 2012, 04:38:30 PM
Thanks everyone for your input. 

That would be really interesting to find the traffic of spendbitcoins, but I bet if I could get my hands on that data, I couldn't get it fast enough to detect market swings. 

The problem I have with Google Trends is that the resolution isn't high enough.  You can only see interest by month.  This makes it more difficult to detect interest before the price starts raising.

I am trying to design the site as simple as possible so everyone understand what all of the indicators mean and how to properly read them.

-itake
5  Economy / Economics / Bitcoin Trade Indicators on: July 13, 2012, 11:45:12 PM
I am in the process of developing a free public bitcoin trade indicators website.  This site is similar to bitcoincharts.com, but with a strong focus on market prediction.  I will be launching the beta in the next 3-4 weeks.

I currently have incorporated these indicators:

  • AccumDist
  • AveragePrice
  • CumDown/CumUp
  • MFI
  • MoneyFlow
  • ROC
  • RSI
  • RSquared
  • StochRSI
  • WilliamsR

For the curious, this is a preliminary design
https://i.imgur.com/YEcfT.png

Questions:
1) Would you use this website?  If not, what do you use instead to perform market predictions?
2) Are there any other indicators you would be interested in seeing calculated?
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin charts old trade data down? on: July 25, 2011, 09:31:20 PM
I am only able to retrieve the last 5 days worth of data from bitcoin charts.

http://bitcoincharts.com/t/trades.csv?symbol=mtgoxUSD&start=0

Anyone else know how to fix it?
7  Economy / Goods / Re: What's Better Than a 6990? Bitcoin KEYCHAINS have arrived! BUY BUY BUY!!! on: July 25, 2011, 09:07:03 PM
I got mine today! Thanks for the quick delivery.



My keychain has never been nerdier
8  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Bitcoin trading bot for sale backtested 75% profit (LIMITED SALES) on: July 13, 2011, 08:43:55 PM
so, what´s the price?

The price will be determined by a bidding process.
9  Economy / Marketplace / Bitcoin Bot on: July 12, 2011, 05:40:17 PM
What is the communities opinion on algorithmic trading?
10  Economy / Economics / Re: Selling bitcoin trading bots on: July 11, 2011, 10:07:11 PM
If I made a lot of money on a bot, eventually I'd release it once I feel I made enough from it.

I'm rewriting my bot in C from python. It's 150 lines so far and I've only implemented a tiny part of the python script in C. It takes about 10 times more code but I like C.

Why bother releasing it? you are just hurting your profits by doing that...
11  Economy / Economics / Re: Selling bitcoin trading bots on: July 11, 2011, 07:40:35 PM

The third one it sounds like he will be running the algo on his computer and you have to give him your money... That sounds like a terrible idea.  You might as well just kiss it goodbye xD.
12  Economy / Economics / Re: Selling bitcoin trading bots on: July 11, 2011, 07:23:28 PM

thanks for the related topics.  Since python is already available and I am not that well versed with it, I will see what I can do to help out potential .Net traders with C#.
13  Economy / Economics / Selling bitcoin trading bots on: July 11, 2011, 04:39:55 PM
I am thinking about writing and publicly posting a trading bot (with source code), just to help new traders get started with writing their own scripts and accept donations of course Smiley.  Is there a particular language people would prefer I write it in?  I currently have some form of it in C# and Python.  But I could port it to Java, C++, or something else?

14  Economy / Economics / Re: Image of my Trading Bot (and it's low power!) on: July 10, 2011, 05:41:13 PM
Can his bot adapt automatically? What if he runs it for a long time but the strategy used is no longer appropriate to changing bitcoin circumstances?

My bot is very very simple and there is nothing dynamic about it.  Ignoring all of the code for talking with the server, my bot is about 80 lines of code.

I think that there isn't enough market data for a bot to be really complicated.  We are really only working with about 3 months of data.

The market is also extremely small, making it very volatile and random.  A few days ago, someone sold like $23k worth of BTC and it caused the market to drop about $3.  This randomness and lack of data makes calculating trends difficult.  I gave up trying to figure out the little swings and I mostly just look at whats in the ticker feed.

Plus, the small hourly swings are very hard to take advantage of because there isn't that much market volume.  So with small swings, there might not be enough coins to purchase at that price.

I have absolutely no expertise in trading, so I really don't know what I am doing.
15  Economy / Economics / Re: Image of my Trading Bot (and it's low power!) on: July 10, 2011, 04:03:43 PM
If you trade on mtgox, why don't you use mtgox data?

MtGox only gives you recent trades (I think?).  They don't have the nice start/end time params that bitcoin charts has.  For my bot, I need to look some distance in the past.
16  Economy / Economics / Re: Image of my Trading Bot (and it's low power!) on: July 10, 2011, 03:49:52 PM
By training I mean refining your algos. I make them better all the time, and improve the speed to. My bot is now multi-threaded and reacts in 3 seconds, with a giant database to store the history.

Speaking of bitcoin charts not beign reliable... the site went down for a little bit today lol.

What language did you write your bot in?

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The performance data listed previously was over this range:

http://bitcoincharts.com/charts/mtgoxUSD#rg30zczsg2011-06-18zeg2011-07-11zvztgSzm1g10zm2g25

What site? I am using Mtgox data. I started the bot in php and I am now slighty converting it to python. Php is not the fastest language but for a network application it's ok.

Bitcoin charts was down for about 10 mins.  my algo isn't very resource intensive, so I haven't really had any probs with efficiency.  I am debating on whether or not to add a slicker interface to help me analyze the data better.

I don't like how there isn't a good way to determine what the actual cost per coin was for a completed (or incomplete) order.  So I am just guessing that every order was filled at the expected price.
17  Economy / Economics / Re: Image of my Trading Bot (and it's low power!) on: July 10, 2011, 03:31:40 PM
By training I mean refining your algos. I make them better all the time, and improve the speed to. My bot is now multi-threaded and reacts in 3 seconds, with a giant database to store the history.

Speaking of bitcoin charts not beign reliable... the site went down for a little bit today lol.

What language did you write your bot in?

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The performance data listed previously was over this range:

http://bitcoincharts.com/charts/mtgoxUSD#rg30zczsg2011-06-18zeg2011-07-11zvztgSzm1g10zm2g25
18  Economy / Economics / Re: Image of my Trading Bot (and it's low power!) on: July 10, 2011, 03:00:28 AM
Do you use the bitcoincharts.com API? It says I shouldn't rely on it, so I collect and cache prices myself.

Yeah, I saw that it said that too.  I think they don't want people accidently DDOSing their servers.  I just collect the most recent (3 days back) data from bitcoin charts.  It is just easier and I haven't had any problems with it.
19  Economy / Economics / Re: Image of my Trading Bot (and it's low power!) on: July 10, 2011, 01:38:12 AM
so you don't use a database?

A database for what? I didn't do any fancy genetic algorithms (in fact my entire program is only about 300 lines of code).  Although that would be cool to do.  I just don't have the time to figure out how to do it.  I am just a college student that taught myself some programming.
20  Economy / Economics / Re: Image of my Trading Bot (and it's low power!) on: July 09, 2011, 07:57:46 PM
Maybe I didn't give it chance but I made what I believed to be two improved versions which I'm testing now. I have to wait for the simulated results since the algorithm can't be sped up very much.

I can't really use many more than about 8 days of data for performance reasons. Wink I should hopefully increase performance however. I also need to do more tests.

I wrote mine on a 4 year old laptop with 2GB RAM.  A few things I did to speed everything up is:

  • Take the trade data and save it to the HD (grabbing from server takes forever...)
  • Don't write anything to the interface.  Having to wait for the UI thread significantly increases processing time.
  • Pre-process as much of the data as possible.  So you don't have to re-calculate everything with each trial
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