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October 12, 2013, 01:56:23 PM
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This is a little GPL Python script that I wrote to try and get better at python. It uses PyCryptsy (no point reinventing the wheel), and trades using EMA 10/21. There is nothing particularly special about it, other than the fact it's open-source.

I make no promises about how good or bad it is - if you lose money, it's your fault for running it.
It is also probably pretty buggy.

Download.

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Hi,
that's cool thanks Smiley
any github or similar repo available ? that would help you get more people interested in reviewing the code I think.

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November 09, 2013, 02:32:09 AM
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Hi,
that's cool thanks Smiley
any github or similar repo available ? that would help you get more people interested in reviewing the code I think.

Maintaining Github repos is something of a hassle, IMO, but you do have a valid point.

Couple of changes I'm planning for r1, once I get more interest:
 - automatic market updating
 - abstracting the trading algorithm into a new class
 - possibly a config file - hassle/safety tradeoff there...

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January 25, 2014, 08:44:41 AM
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Matthew,

What kind of results were you able to get, please?

Any real results stats to show, please?

Thanks.

This is a little GPL Python script that I wrote to try and get better at python. It uses PyCryptsy (no point reinventing the wheel), and trades using EMA 10/21. There is nothing particularly special about it, other than the fact it's open-source.

I make no promises about how good or bad it is - if you lose money, it's your fault for running it.
It is also probably pretty buggy.

Download.

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August 05, 2014, 03:54:58 PM
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Download not available anymore?

 

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