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June 01, 2017, 02:28:33 PM
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Practical comparison of trading 🛸 bots 🛸 - "Which is the best?"

This thread is about comparing the results of multiple different Triangular Arbitrage - and special ( scalping, flash crash, Technical Analysis, machine learning / deep learning on Big Data from professional traders, self-configuring Exponential Moving Average using swarm intelligence. analyzing the network of miners...etc. ...etc.) - bots for educational purposes using my automated testing framework. The content shared here might be referenced in any analysis, but should not be interpreted as a recommendation to purchase any of the presented products nor as a financial / investment advice. Any trading bots you think worthy of note, mention here. I am always interested in new and dynamic financial products. An important thing to understand — these products are worthy of my study, not products I recommend. I am not an ordinary bot vendor / developer.


If you find any excellent bot product from any vendor, let me know.



The experiments in this chapter started on 01 January 2020 with BTC 1 per bot:

✨ margin - Bitcoin Bot

Bitcointalk page: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1467939.0

Net account ROI: +9.12% (BTC 0.0912)

✨ CellBot - The First EXCEL Based Crypto Trading Bot

Bitcointalk page: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5026148.0

Net account ROI: +10.00% (BTC 0.1000)

✨ C.A.T. - Cryptocurrency Automatic Trader

Bitcointalk page: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=507103.0

Net account ROI: +9.75% (BTC 0.0975)

✨ ARBI - HFT Triangular Arbitrage

Bitcointalk page: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2234260.0

Net account ROI: +9.92% (BTC 0.0992)

✨ Gunbot - Trading Bot

Bitcointalk page: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1715214.0

Net account ROI: +10.80% (BTC 0.1800)

The experiments are ongoing, the presented results might not be valid for every configurations, the experiments do not guarantee any reproducibility in the future.



The experiments in this chapter started on 13 April 2020 with BTC 0.1 per bot:

✨ ZenBot - An open-source command-line cryptocurrency trading bot using Node.js and MongoDB

GitHub page: https://github.com/DeviaVir/zenbot

Net account ROI: +3.50% (BTC 0.0350)

The experiments are ongoing, the presented results might not be valid for every configurations, the experiments do not guarantee any reproducibility in the future.



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You should first list the exchanges each BOT is supporting whether is by default or optional (paying extra), the price, you should also reserve some posts on this thread to post the reviews of the people then link them. (take the reviews from the official bitcointalk threads of the bots). Finally, instead of using ****** to split between the different bots use this instead:

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You should first list the exchanges each BOT is supporting whether is by default or optional (paying extra), the price, you should also reserve some posts on this thread to post the reviews of the people then link them. (take the reviews from the official bitcointalk threads of the bots). Finally, instead of using ****** to split between the different bots use this instead:

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Right, there must be a way to prove whether the bot is working properly or not. But I prefer to trade manually, trading bots sometimes make rigid decisions. The system can not read the movement of the economic market naturally. Manual trading remains the primary choice for me.
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June 03, 2017, 03:57:45 PM
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You should first list the exchanges each BOT is supporting whether is by default or optional (paying extra), the price, you should also reserve some posts on this thread to post the reviews of the people then link them. (take the reviews from the official bitcointalk threads of the bots). Finally, instead of using ****** to split between the different bots use this instead:

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Thank you @OmegaStarScream for your suggestion!

Good. I have added the supported exchanges.

Also, replaced the starts with hrs. I appreciate any suggestion since I wish to "run" this thread up to date, not just a "post and go" message.


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June 04, 2017, 02:28:38 AM
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Waow didn't know that there are softwares that can be use to trade crypto currencies, well i dont really know trading about trading stuff so the bot is practically useless to me even if i can set it up to my advantage. I tried trading before and i didn't really like it cause i end up losing money instead of gaining profit.
I would really appreciate if you are selling some ebooks about trading for dummies kinda books, by the way is the trading bot freeware or you need to nuy it in other to use it?
Thanks hope i get some response Smiley

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Good idea to list out all the traders options that they can use and extremely good information. I think that a lot of people will find this resource useful.

So my understanding is that you are currently still working on the altcoin trading bots? Because I'm pretty sure that there is at least one or two more altcoin bots, it's not like three bots rule the entire market.

Looking forward to the updated Smiley
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Waow didn't know that there are softwares that can be use to trade crypto currencies, well i dont really know trading about trading stuff so the bot is practically useless to me even if i can set it up to my advantage. I tried trading before and i didn't really like it cause i end up losing money instead of gaining profit.
I would really appreciate if you are selling some ebooks about trading for dummies kinda books, by the way is the trading bot freeware or you need to nuy it in other to use it?
Thanks hope i get some response Smiley

No, you are not getting any response... damn, I have just given you one. Anyway, then let me explain   Tongue

Firstly, thank you, @Sadlife for the interest!

There are "free" and paid trading bots, as well. Maybe, I will add a free/open-source category into the list later. However, you said that you had beginner experience in trading and paid bots usually offer better support and tutorials how you could trade with them. You do it for fun and expect to lose until you have enough experience to actually do it as a source of income. Bots help you automate the boring parts so you can focus on the exciting one and save you a part of your life Smiley



Good idea to list out all the traders options that they can use and extremely good information. I think that a lot of people will find this resource useful.

So my understanding is that you are currently still working on the altcoin trading bots? Because I'm pretty sure that there is at least one or two more altcoin bots, it's not like three bots rule the entire market.[/i]

Looking forward to the updated Smiley

Thank you, @btcney!

I am continually adding new bots into the list. If you ever came by one by chance, you could drop a message here and I would add it to the list.

I am planning to turn this place a home for all bots whether they are BTC, alt or even FOREX.





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I am re-opening this list because of recovering demand. Check out the newest bots! I, personally, will use these bots for a time. I am so excited to be able to write a personal feedback soon  Wink


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There is this leonard bot I did not use the bot, so I can not say that it is a good bot or not.


bot thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1467939.0




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Anyone using any of the above mentioned bots?
I'm interested in a bot that can be used for margin trading on Poloniex (or others of course) that not only watches the simple buy low, sell high, but watched other indicators - for example opens long trade whem Ichimoku + alligator + RSI + MACD +... are alligned and exits a positions when indicators confirm trend change etc. So a more advanced bot, that already has or it's possible to set those strategies.

I'd appreciate any insight on that.
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It is good to have a thread like this for bots and I really hope it would help a whole lot of people. I have never tried bots anyway cause I have heard if you have no idea how to set it right, you may not be lucky. I am really looking forward to using one of them based on the reviews from users and I hope it serves well so at least one can have time to do other things. I also wish there can be a way one can get some easy settings for some of the bots for those who may have the difficulty in having their way around each cause from my research I didn't really see any of that. OP! Thanks a lot for this as it is of course a very lovely thread to add on watchlist and learn from each time.
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I am using this one, its a Margin lending bot for BitFinex

MarginBot - A Bitfinex Margin Lending Management Bot - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=865250.200

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https://github.com/ccxt-dev/ccxt


https://github.com/butor/blackbird

blackbird thread - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=985660.0





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Hi all,

Interesting thread, I've been looking through a bit. Does anyone have experience using any of these trading bots? How much should one be trading with at any given time using these?

Any automated trading bot I've looked into previously, are all scams - do these crypto trading bots really work? If anyone has any helpful links I will be glad to look through them.

Thank you for the thread Smiley
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Now I see it as the best gunbot I suggest you do.
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Does gunbot do advanced margin trading?
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So sorry, guys, I was on "vacation", but not on the relaxing kind! (Home projects, exams, Thesis...etc.)

Certainly, I shall continue updating the thread.

Just a bit later because after another 19 hours of work I feel a bit... sleepy Tongue


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Is any of the available trading bots open-source?

ViaBTC recently released a whole exchange script as open-source. Therefore
I´m optimistic that a trading bot, which obviously is less advanced as a script than
an exchange, will be available as well.

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Thank you @btcrenew, @coinplus, @Slow death, @Samarkand for your kind words! I feel them truly motivating.

I am thankful for your contribution of new entires @Slow death, @prototype_nsx!

For now, I put them in without details. However, if you could provide a formatted "card" of the suggested bots, I could update the thread.




Anyone using any of the above mentioned bots? -[shortened]- I'd appreciate any insight on that.

It is good to have a thread like this for bots and I really hope it would help a whole lot of people. I have never tried bots anyway cause I have heard if you have no idea how to set it right, you may not be lucky. -[shortened]- OP! Thanks a lot for this as it is of course a very lovely thread to add on watchlist and learn from each time.

Interesting thread, I've been looking through a bit. Does anyone have experience using any of these trading bots? How much should one be trading with at any given time using these? -[shortened]- Thank you for the thread Smiley

They could be very good. I, personally, use them x))

As I find the thread becoming quite complex, I may refactor it in the future and also, I could add a bot development part where you could find libraries and other resources, furthermore a FAQ, contributor list... Eh, so many idea Wink




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I look for Arbitrage bot automatic cane you help my ?

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They could be very good. I, personally, use them x))

Now, I am using CRYPTO-PHP. I shall write my review later, but it is excellent so far. This bot has my vouch. Two things I love about them very much are you get custom strategy too with your subscription and nice customer support. I, too, was unsure about its settings at first. BiLLY from CRYPTO-PHP Staff was very kind and helped me set it up correctly. Now, it is generating great profit for me.



As I find the thread becoming quite complex, I may refactor it in the future. Also, I could add a bot development part where you could find libraries and other resources. And a FAQ, contributor list... Eh, so many idea Wink




Hi, any link for CRYPTO-PHP bot? thank you
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I look for Arbitrage bot automatic cane you help my ?

Blackbird bot may be something you would like  Wink



ty gan, but i worried use trading bots
for me still trading self, pratice for make my trading skill much better

You are welcome, @fadhilz123!

Using bots is not meant to make you smarter, but quicker Tongue

Why would not you LEARN trading and MONETIZE your knowledge with bot support?




Hi, any link for CRYPTO-PHP bot? thank you

Hello @agregus, unfortunately, I can not recommend CRYPTO-PHP anymore, simply put, the author does not want me to compare his bot to others publicly.


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