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December 29, 2014, 01:57:47 PM
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Hi all! I guess this sub is the most appropriate for my question…
I’m testing a robot and looking for a platform to monitor its performance on near real market data. AFAIK, HitBTC offers such a service at https://demo.hitbtc.com/terminal with replicating real market data to demo trading mode. One more thing I found ok about HitBTC is that nonmarket bids are blocked to avoid abnormal spread. Seems like convenient enough for my goals. And HitBTC’s API looks also adeq uaenough for using a robot.
Any alternatives? Fast googling did not help me find any alternative to HitBTC. There are several forex companies like turboforex or bit4x which I don’t trust that much and several links to HitBTC’s press release concerning their own announcement. Kraken, Bitstamp, BTC_E do not offer anything like this. IS there any other big exchange with demo trading possibilities, except HitBTC? Wanna be sure, that my robot can make right decisions after tune up.
Btw, advices like http://lmgtfy.com/?q=bitcoin+exchange+demo+trading are not welcome)
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December 29, 2014, 02:04:59 PM
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Hi all! I guess this sub is the most appropriate for my question…
I’m testing a robot and looking for a platform to monitor its performance on near real market data. AFAIK, HitBTC offers such a service at https://demo.hitbtc.com/terminal with replicating real market data to demo trading mode. One more thing I found ok about HitBTC is that nonmarket bids are blocked to avoid abnormal spread. Seems like convenient enough for my goals. And HitBTC’s API looks also adeq uaenough for using a robot.
Any alternatives? Fast googling did not help me find any alternative to HitBTC. There are several forex companies like turboforex or bit4x which I don’t trust that much and several links to HitBTC’s press release concerning their own announcement. Kraken, Bitstamp, BTC_E do not offer anything like this. IS there any other big exchange with demo trading possibilities, except HitBTC? Wanna be sure, that my robot can make right decisions after tune up.
Btw, advices like http://lmgtfy.com/?q=bitcoin+exchange+demo+trading are not welcome)

Right choice. HITBTC's demo is good. I never heard of any other service, but also would like to.
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December 29, 2014, 02:07:26 PM
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Hi all! I guess this sub is the most appropriate for my question…
I’m testing a robot and looking for a platform to monitor its performance on near real market data. AFAIK, HitBTC offers such a service at https://demo.hitbtc.com/terminal with replicating real market data to demo trading mode. One more thing I found ok about HitBTC is that nonmarket bids are blocked to avoid abnormal spread. Seems like convenient enough for my goals. And HitBTC’s API looks also adeq uaenough for using a robot.
Any alternatives? Fast googling did not help me find any alternative to HitBTC. There are several forex companies like turboforex or bit4x which I don’t trust that much and several links to HitBTC’s press release concerning their own announcement. Kraken, Bitstamp, BTC_E do not offer anything like this. IS there any other big exchange with demo trading possibilities, except HitBTC? Wanna be sure, that my robot can make right decisions after tune up.
Btw, advices like http://lmgtfy.com/?q=bitcoin+exchange+demo+trading are not welcome)

Right choice. HITBTC's demo is good. I never heard of any other service, but also would like to.

BTW, does anyone know what's the correct way to write their brand name? HITBTC, Hitbtc, or HitBTC? Or maybe even hitbtc, as stated on bitcoincharts??)
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December 29, 2014, 02:25:45 PM
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Who cares?! Come on, if no. of capital letters bothers you go to https://hitbtc.com/support and ask them. Else, plz, avoid flooding. If you want to follow th ediscussion there's a great button to click - the WHATCH button.
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December 30, 2014, 02:01:42 PM
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Hi all! I guess this sub is the most appropriate for my question…
I’m testing a robot and looking for a platform to monitor its performance on near real market data. AFAIK, HitBTC offers such a service at https://demo.hitbtc.com/terminal with replicating real market data to demo trading mode. One more thing I found ok about HitBTC is that nonmarket bids are blocked to avoid abnormal spread. Seems like convenient enough for my goals. And HitBTC’s API looks also adeq uaenough for using a robot.
Any alternatives? Fast googling did not help me find any alternative to HitBTC. There are several forex companies like turboforex or bit4x which I don’t trust that much and several links to HitBTC’s press release concerning their own announcement. Kraken, Bitstamp, BTC_E do not offer anything like this. IS there any other big exchange with demo trading possibilities, except HitBTC? Wanna be sure, that my robot can make right decisions after tune up.
Btw, advices like http://lmgtfy.com/?q=bitcoin+exchange+demo+trading are not welcome)

Right choice. HITBTC's demo is good. I never heard of any other service, but also would like to.

BTW, does anyone know what's the correct way to write their brand name? HITBTC, Hitbtc, or HitBTC? Or maybe even hitbtc, as stated on bitcoincharts??)
Though it doesn't matter much
I think it's "HitBTC a" because when you visit their website, the homepage has the exact same text, with the BTC in capitals.

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