Binance Bot Step-By-Step Set up Open Supply Crypto Buying and selling Software program – Python Binance 2018




On this video I, step-by-step, set up, run and optimize an open-source Python Bitcoin / crypto buying and selling bot which trades on the Binance Trade.

This Video was created as a response to those that wished a extra step-by-step tutorial. In case you are in search of a normal high-level overview of and introduction to Crypto Buying and selling Bots and their methods, please see my different movies.

https://www.binance.com/?ref=28737536

Code Out there right here: http://www.github.com/Roibal/
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4 Comments

  • each minute say FAILURE INITIALIZE. Restarting. Can I change the time or where it´s the problem? great video. Thanks master!

  • This PowerPoint presentation format is good enough if your viewers understand the basics of coding and markets, otherwise it's intimidating. When I first visited your channel I was lost because the only language I barely understood was Pine script to code on trading-view, following other Youtubers who use a more interactive approach with the viewers like Sentdex and PythonParseltongue helped me learn the basics in a more fun, less intimidating way. With that said, it's up to you to decide which viewer-base you're addressing and make the content based on that.
    The comments are not necessarily mean, it's just when the viewer sees "step by step" in a video title he would expect a complete noob friendly content, and he would consider the title a click-bait if he found otherwise.
    Thanks for the free content, and godspeed everyone.

  • Very good, thank you! It would be great to see you messing around with parameters and how to paper trade (do you just swap out the functions under run()?). There is a lot of superfluous comments in the code. I don't get why market_depth shouldn't be a factor in pulling the trigger for example. I would also like more discussion about things that can go wrong with trading. You can get trapped if one leg doesn't execute, and then what is the handling for this eventuality?

    I have learned from the design pattern, and I'm starting from scratch to do sentiment triggers. I think it is best to split scripts. For example, if you are doing arbitrage, you have no interest in diversification or exploitative swing strategies. If you are doing arbitrage, you don't need to think about sentiment.

    The last thing would be this video again once ccxt finishes. I still don't know where to put the key pairs there if you are doing multiple exchanges.

  • Thank you Boss

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