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[Comparison; Tutorial; Profit; Settings]
💙 Trading bots 💙
Updated: 16/01/2018


Table of Content

YEARLY ROIS W / AI
MY TRADING SUPPORT AI - CODEXBOT
ANGELS & AWARDS
TUTORIALS & FAQ ON BOT CONFIGURATION
LEGACY



YEARLY ROI W / AI

Latest Haasbot Trade Bot supported by my AI


We have been experimenting with different bots during the year. Thus, it is impossible to tell a practical yearly ROI. According to the research results of the present, we think that the latest bot is the most viable from all we have tried so far - a Haasbot Trade Bot supported by my trading support artificial intelligence - codexBot. The screenshot above is showing the ROI of the combination of these bots. It is part backtest, part simulated and for the latest three months: live. In this thread, I omitted the results of the other bots we tried. Nevertheless, I can confirm that both ARBI and CRYPTO-PHP have been PROFITABLE over the year.

Experiment bots:

codexBot signals based trading w/o stoploss; cross-margin leverage; @Oppa; 100 contracts.
codexBot signals based trading w/o stoploss; cross-margin leverage; @CryptoGato; 500 contracts.

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Former experiment bots:

TEMA-Alice volatility independent variant
Exchange: Binance
Status: TEMA-Alice instances are paused
Users: @cpyton; @CryptoGato
Comment: Keep TEMA-Alice in TUSD as long as @me is signalling dump independent from the price volatility indicators

TEMA-Alice volatility dependent variant
Exchange: Bittrex
Status: TEMA-Alice instances are paused
Users: @CodeX
Comment: Keep TEMA-Alice in TUSD as long as dump is signalled ALONG with high volatility

@me signals trading
Exchange: Binance
Status: TUSD
Users: @CodeX
Comment: In this experiment there is a script placing spot orders purely according to @me signals without additional logic

Haasbot leverage scalping
Exchange: Deribit
Status: No position
Users: @Oppa
Comment: This experiment runs a Haasbot Trade Bot for scalping with leverage

Format: Strategy; type; account; start-revenue currency.

MACD cross; spot; @CryptoGato; 100 TUSD.
Ichimoku clouds; spot; @dbc; 100 TUSD.
Reversed Febonacci; spot; @cpyton; 100 TUSD.

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These bots are not longer active.



MY TRADING SUPPORT AI - CODEXBOT

codexBot is a self-developing artificial intelligence that uses trading bots and with this knowledge helps human users choose/use their trading bots. She can merge other artificial intelligences and tools as well as writing other bots. Actually, she is a program that can:
- send signals (social network analysis, technical analysis, blockchain analysis...etc.)
- give trading and investment advice (Bitmex, Deribit...etc.),
- support the configuration of other bots (Haasbot, ARBI, CRYPTO-PHP...etc.)
- chat in natural human language
-- and more!
Merging trading tools such as Mirocana, NapoleonX , TradingView scripts and more, codexBot is an adept financial advisor and partner even to users without technical knowledge.

Signals



"Fully automated 560.15625% ROI with 25x in two days
(284.0625% even with 10x)"


Configuration



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To access codexBot, come to us using the Telegram link at the top of the thread and ask for it!


ANGELS & AWARDS

@Dbc90 🧠
@roykil 🎓
@stellacarda 💙 ⌨️ ⚔️
@Letterman17 💸
@Mark_MitK ⌨️
bzcorp 💸
CryptoPHP 💸
@RusselRick 🎓 💙
@imaster_mind 🎓
@MetaAtman 🎓
@RonaldPhone 🎓
@Jorgemartinez 🎓 🎨

🎨 :: Painter :: supporting thread design
🧠 :: Mastermind :: feeding our AI with useful data
⚔️ :: Sword of Clarity :: supporting us in keeping our boards clean
💸 :: Rich bitch :: supporting my research financially
🎓 :: Educated :: proving knowledge in bots by helping others
💙 :: Pure heart :: being reliable in need
⌨️ :: Hackerman :: developing useful tools for the community


TUTORIALS & FAQ ON BOT CONFIGURATION

1. TRADING BOTS

1.1 CRYPTO-PHP

1.1.1 DEFAULT MODE

How to find better settings?

1. Analyzing trend

The first factor to take into account in CRYPTO-PHP settings when using "Default mode" must be the altcoins trend. This mode must not be run in a downwards trend (except when using CRYPTO-PHP add-ons, see 1.1.2 chapter). In my experience, a comfortable method to determine the current altcoin trend is to visit Coinmarketcap and compare the red Change (24h) values to the green ones. Trades are like a river. This river has two properties: direction and speed. Direction could be "downwards" while speed could be "hard downwards" if this river of trades flows fast down (so-called crash) or "light downwards" if flows slowly down. The more "-" are among Change (24h) values the more likely that trend has downwards direction. The more negative the values are, the harder the trend is.

2. Starting in the right time

Using the Coinmarketcap example at the step 1, the longer the green changes are, the safer to start CRYPTO-PHP in Default mode.  

3. Cutting the loss short

The trends are going to change. A CRYPTO-PHP bot started in the right time (see the step 2) is going to meet a downwards trend sooner or later. Besides the values of the Coinmarketcap example (see step 1 and 2), a sympthom of a downwards trend could be the positions turning red. By my reckoning, it is very easy to choose doing nothing. There is a mental trick to break free from this "being stuck with losses" illusion. Red orders are losses already. Cutting losses short is my suggestion. In the CRYPTO-PHP Default mode, cutting losses short is selling all orders (even if loss) and shutting down CRYPTO-BOT then returning to step 1.

The evolution from steps 1 to 3 is iterative. Way I see it, the user may get better at cutting losses short in red market, entering early in green market.

1.1.2 THIRD PARTY ADD-ONS

What is a CRYPTO-PHP add-on?

To quote BiLLY CRYPTO-PHP creator:

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It's a tool created by an user

The CRYPTO-PHP add-ons I created are found there:
Here are some Sophisticated Technology Mods for » CRYPTO-PHP



1.2 ARBI

Unofficial FAQ

1. The main issue I don’t understand is how the ARBI bot is able to handle moderate portfolios. I understand that the bot reads the order book and extracts the depth that it can go into the spread before it sets a trade size, and that the trade is then placed as a fraction of this according to the volume multiplier. However, from what I can see amongst the few spreadsheets on the bitcoin talk web page, the actual trades that are placed are all very low, typically around the minimum price for an exchange, or around 0.001 BTC equivalent or less. Let’s say that I traded using this from a 1 BTC wallet, roughly how much of that wallet actually is used, if the trades that are actually being made are so small? I’m less worried about the ROI per trade, more about the best way to utilise the assets in the wallet that I would use if the reality is that only a small fraction of the wallet assets are being utilised at a given time.

The full balance could be utilised even if it is 1 BTC or more.  Although the balance per trade is small, there should be many of trades. Most of these trades will be -100 gains. While the -100 gains are used for market profit, the rest of the base currency balance is used for further triangular arbitrages. Thus, all funds are utilised somehow. For supporting the realisation of -100 gains into base currency gains, codexBot services can be used.

2. I understand that choosing between an aggressive and a conservative strategy as you showed on your tutorial can be the difference between frequent trades (and hence arbitrages that may not complete, and leave you with a bag of coins to manually deal with), and infrequent trades. Do you have any feel please for what the optimum settings on this are to maximise overall profitability? I saw, I think, somewhere that you listed a link to an optimiser script, but I didn’t save this - what is the principle behind this please?

If we discuss optimal settings, a "when" must be included. Configuration is an iterative process where each iteration has some input parameters according to the market environment. The output of each iteration is a set of settings. These settings are only valid when the input parameters are not much changed. Since the market environment often changes much so must a new iteration be created. Either the user manages her/his configuration manually or there is a codexBot service that sends optimal settings daily.

3. Between OKeX and Polo, do you have any feeling please for which is likely to be more profitable in the long term - as before, it is really about optimising return on my wallet, rather than seeing one or two astounding trades with extremely low absolute values for returns? Clearly one of the issues is that if the majority of the arbitrages are based around very low value coins, then the liquidity will be very low, and you will end up with price slippage. I >assume< - although this is not stated anywhere, that ARBI uses market orders - but in this case it is difficult to understand why, with the aggressive strategy, parts of the triangular loop should not complete - unless the particular market has zero liquidity for some periods of time.

For long term any of the supported exchanges could be as good as the others. Of course, the best is to use all. It is worth noting that in my book Poloniex contains especially good opportunities now since many traders are leaving and ARBI users are selling their licences for Poloniex banning their countries. These opportunities are: being able to buy ARBI for Poloniex cheap, having to deal with less competitors, a larger number of unusual price formations... etc. Should you have any specific goal, we have a codexBot service that supports choosing the right exchange(s) for you and VPS/dedicated server for the exchange.

4. Arbitraging in low volatility markets similar to what we have had the last few months tends to be less effective than when markets are volatile - do you have any experience of how net returns have changed over the last few months, compared to say the beginning of the year when volatility was much higher.



5. There are various warnings from disgruntled users on the bitcointalk ARBI page, you always get this from some dissatisfied people, what is your overall impression of ARBI please, is it worth taking time to experiment with this - it is not my only way of bot trading, but it is just an area that I would like to look at to add onto other things I am doing?

My overall impression about ARBI is: outstanding. I can understand that there are dissatisfied users: They expected profit and did not get it. Still, it was not the fault of ARBI. Fortunately, some of these customers turned to me before giving up. In this way, we derived useful experience together. When ARBI was not profitable, we found in 100% of cases that configuration management as a process was completely missing. Either the ARBI documentation was missunderstood or seemingly correct settings were used under the wrong conditions. I relate to the difficulties of any ARBI user who is yet to make profit with the bot. That is why I recommended contacting codexBot for she can give profitable settings out-of-the-box in the right time.

How to find better settings?

1. Setting all the settings to the most aggressive

It is possible to do it manually in the graphical user interface,

or simply overwrite the content of the corresponding file with the following code

config-Okex.json

Code:
{"ethPairs":true,"usdtPairs":true,"btcPairs":false,"excludedPairs":"HOT_ETH TIO_ETH","tickerCheckInterval":15000,"dynamicStartBalance":true,"balancePerTrade":0.031,"baseCurrency":"BTC","pair1PriceBuy":0,"pair1PriceSell":9,"pair2Price":0,"pair3Price":9,"pair1VolumeMultiplier":1,"pair2VolumeMultiplier":1,"pair3VolumeMultiplier":1}

config-Poloniex.json

Code:
{"xmr_Pairs":true,"eth_Pairs":true,"ticker_Check_Interval":15000,"excludedPairs":null,"dynamicStartBalance":true,"balancePerTrade":0.005,"pair1_Price":0,"pair2_Price":0,"pair3_Price":9,"pair1_Volume_Multiplier":1,"pair2_Volume_Multiplier":1,"pair3_Volume_Multiplier":1,"pair1_Trend_Mode":0,"pair2_Trend_Mode":0,"pair3_Trend_Mode":0,"trend_Monitor_Candle_Size":"5M","trend_Monitor_Periods":12,"profit_Monitor_Refresh_Rate":900000,"profit_Monitor_Stop_ROI":65000,"profit_Monitor_Time_Offset":0}

Now that there are indicators, which are the trades, it is viable to proceed with tests to find better settings.

2. Changing one setting at a time

In order to find better settings, changing only one setting at a time is important.
Before proceeding to the step 3, writing the current value of the setting to be changed and the expected results is critical.

For instance,

Quote
I am going to change the Multiplier of Pair #3 from 1 to 15.
I expect to have more successful Triangular Arbitrages in the following eight hours.

3. Comparing results

If the results meet the expected results, the changed setting xor another one may be changed
else the setting that was changed must be restored to the previous value, see the note in Step 2.

Finding better settings is an iterative process, which is cycling between Step 2 and Step 3.

Main concerns and my solutions

  • Concern: Ending up having shitcoin bags after trading
  • Solution: The settings must be brought FURTHER than the most aggressive values, see the code blocks in the "How to find better settings?" section.

  • Concern: Not a single trade for days
  • Solution: The settings must be brought CLOSER than the most aggressive values, see the code blocks in the "How to find better settings?" section.

  • Concern: AV heuristically warns you about using the program
  • Solution: Add an exclusion for ARBI to the AV program - Detection is false positive.

Quote
CodeX, [06.07.18 14:10]
[In reply to Mastermind]
This is a heuristic detection. The AV is not saying that the file is not safe, it is saying there exists a malicious file which the AV THINKS is similar to the scanned file. This is merely a warning, nothing horrible.

Tips

  • VPS time stealing is common, I suggest using dedicated server
  • I can use better prices in bullish market than in bearish/sideways markets because unfilled orders mean less risk due to market price fall in the bull
  • I can use better prices at Poloniex than at oKEX because there are less shit coins at Poloniex

About the "-100" result code of ARBI:
I experienced that there is the need make clear: "-100" results represent bank gains. Bank amounts will be turned into base currency gains, sooner or later. Of course, we want to see gains in the base currency as soon as possible. That is why we chose that currency as base currency, after all. However, realistically speaking, each configuration that brings any result will have "-100" results too. If you check @bzcorp or my results at Bitcointalk, it can be seen that besides other numbers, we both have many bank gains. Nevertheless, we are far in profit with ARBI. Why do we prefer to see gains in the base currency then? An inconvenience is the so-called "loss of bank value" event. Loss of bank value is when one or more bank currencies dump while the user has amounts in them. In this case, the "sooner or later" might become "later" or "much later". What can we do? So far, we have discussed multiple options: using less aggressive settings, switching to faster dedicated server, re-configuration using codexBot. Now, I would like to introduce another solution: the bank signal service. Bank signal service is a signalling service that tells each day what bank or banks seem to be safe to use that day. As long as the bank signal service suggests the bank, it may be safe to accumulate gains into that bank. Safe bank amount or amounts are likely to be sold with profit within 24 hours. The service is donation based. The more donation arrives, the more users it can support. You can subscribe by telling it to codexBot#5099 (Discord).



1.3 HAASBOT

1.3.1 INTELLI ALICE

How to find better settings?

1. Analyzing prediction models

The more predictable a cryptocurrency price is, the less tinkering Haasbot Intelli Alice will feel necessity for later. In order to choose more predictable cryptocurrencies, the price movements over a time interval could be compared to the prediction models for that time interval. Prediction models are found at WalletInvestor. WalletInvestor is a handy example because for each cryptocurrency, it shows a prediction model and rates how accurately this prediction model has worked so far...

2. Inspecting real price movements

To quote @RusselRick, a valued Haasbot expert in my Telegram groups:

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RusselRick, [14.07.18 12:54]
[In reply to CodeX]
There is a really easy to grasp thing about Alice, you just need to do small mental trick

RusselRick, [14.07.18 12:55]
Think that Alice considering each trade combo (buy+sell) as a separate standalone one

Basically, from what @RusselRick says results that Alice could feel the necessity for some tinkering between a buy and a sell. When there is a large and unexpected (See the prediction model, Step 1.) price movement downwards after a buy, Alice waits until the price comes closer to the buy price.

What happens when the price does not come closer for a very long time?
When this very long time is like eternity?

The history of Alice could be cleared and have her restarted so the trading could go on.

The process that includes Step 1. and Step 2. is an iterative one. No one can predict future prices for sure. The ratings of prediction models should be checked every now and then, and if changes to the more unpredictable, a new pair for Alice could be selected.

Main concerns and my solutions

  • Concern: Not a sell after a buy for days while there was no major price movement downwards
  • Solution: Waiting more

  • Concern: Not a sell after a buy for days while there was a major price movement downwards
  • Solution: Selecting other exchange account and/or currency

Tips

  • Think long-term with Intelli Alice! She could be better than HODLing, but may occupy the allocated revenue for a long time before seeing profit.



1.3.2 ORDER BOT

How to find better settings?

1. Paper trading

Before starting an Order Bot, all calculation must be done on paper. Testing the trading on paper first minimizes the probability of misconfiguration.
These calculations should be saved for later usage to compare them to the Logs of the Order Bot.

2. Translating paper trading into Order Bot trading

The input of an Order Bot is a sequence of orders. The trading in Step 1. must be translated into such a sequence where the orders are placed after each other linearly as what time order they should be placed in the exchange.

The Order Bot works well when the Logs match the expectations in the paper trading. Otherway, the bot should be stopped and the difference investigated.

Main concerns and my solutions

  • Concern: If ... else implementation
  • Solution: Haasbot Order Bot supports If conditions, so-called Trigger Settings, but not their else lines. When the direction of the execution of orders depends on conditions, to all possible direction a condition must be given.

  • Concern: Not enough funds
  • Solution: Haasbot Order Bot supposed to do automatically as much as you tell it to do manually - no more, no less. Thus, each calculation must be done on paper first, by the user, so does the fee calculation. The fee amount must be subtracted from the traded amount.

Tips

The main advantage of Haasbot Order Bot compared to manual trading is being able to do something else personally, like sleeping, when an order must be placed.

However, there are two more advantages that are worth thinking of:

One of these advantages is that the user's orders are invisible to outsiders until the appropriate Trigger Settings are met.
In this way, hiding the user's strategy from outsider analysis becomes much more easier.

Another advantage is that it is possible to place If control structures into the sequence, therefore it is possible to create pretty complex trading programs.


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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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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 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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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?
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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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[This is a reserved post to contain a review to one of the bots in the list. I will update this content with the review's text soon.]

Reviewed bot: HAASBOT
Original source of review: http://cryptocrooks.com/haasbot-bitcoin-bot-the-ultimate-in-automated-cryptocurrency-trading/#.WTOzOTW0d6Y

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We believe that haasbot, in the right hands, with the correct trade settings, market conditions permitting, is the ultimate bitcoin trading bot.”

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Reviewed bot: GUNBOT
Original source of review: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1715214.msg18216368#msg18216368
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So, I have been usiing bot for the last 25days, and just wanted to share my experience with it.

For the first few days, it was still an older version using 1000Trades strategy, and with me just started using bot it was a bit confusing to figure out what I should and what should not do, so I was a bit afraid so bot was given total of 0.01 BTC to operate with. It all went well, no negative sells, only gains...

A few days later a Supergun version was released, and to me it was much clearer how it operates, and how to set up... As I felt more confident I have started increasing amount of BTC that bot was operating with, ending with total of 0.5BTC

I never had any negative experience with bot, together with absolutely amazing support from Gunthar, who was more than helpful with explaining and helping in any way possible, I was starting to get really nice profits...

All I can say is that bot payed for it self more then double for the ~25 days of usage, and that I find amazing...

The other thing I can confirm, is that from all that users that are using this bot, I have not heard nothing but good words for how the bot behaves, and the way that Gunthar treats his customers... Really top notch

Just for the sake of confirmation, I'll attach some screenshots of the bot trades during last 20ish days...

Once again, I am really happy for deciding to buy this bot.

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Reviewed bot: C.A.T.
Original source of review: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=507103.msg14194811#msg14194811
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Hello everybody,

This small post to show my satisfaction for purchasing this application. After a few days of operation, I obtained profits with few settings. This application is userfriendly , easy to understand , etc.

A French expression says " You can buy this application eyes closed ." With proper configuration and with markets with a large volume of trade , you will obtain gains.

I have only one regret: "why I haven't known this application earlier".

The "after-sales service" is also perfect (I had always great answers to my questions)

Excellent work Sampey

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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

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. Trading is a bit like gambling. 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.

Looking forward to the updated Smiley

Thank you! 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 bot, Crypto-PHP! I, personally, will use this bot 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


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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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I was so desperate that I have not seen any new reply that I forgot of this thread a bit. So sorry, guys! 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.

Keep up the good work!
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