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Has anyone published an open-source trading bot that runs on a Bitcoin exchange?

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    Google results contain several such bots. – ripper234 Jan 8 '12 at 5:01
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    Instead of commenting each answer I'll write it here. All answers on this page can be improved by adding a little bit of explanation about the software that you're linking to. Answers with just links are not very good answers. – D.H. - bitcoin.se Mar 17 '12 at 22:03
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I wrote a simple market maker bot in Python: https://github.com/chrisacheson/liquidbot

This software allows you to place orders on MtGox market.

Liquidbot uses ezl's wrapper code to interface with MtGox: https://github.com/ezl/mtgox

Aricie runs a hosted market maker bot platform: https://dnnbitcoin.aricie.com/default.aspx

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  • ga bitbot

    from the project page:

    ga-bitbot is a distributed genetic algorithm tuned automated mtgox trading system for Bitcoin which includes market data collection, gene client/server, reporting tools, and automated trading.

    The intention of this project is to create a high frequency capable trade platform for the bitcoin p2p currency.

  • bitcoin arbitrage

    From the project page:

    bitcoin-arbitrage - opportunity detector and automated trading It gets order books from supported exchanges and calculate arbitrage opportunities between each markets. It takes market depth into account.

    Currently supported exchanges to get data:

    MtGox (USD, EUR) Bitstamp (USD, ~EUR) Bitcoin24 (EUR) Bitfloor (USD) Bitcoin-Central (EUR) BTC-e (USD, EUR) Intersango (EUR) Bitfinex (USD)

    Currently supported exchanges to automate trade:

    MtGox (EUR, USD) Bitstamp (USD) Bitcoin-Central (EUR) - closed

    (under MIT licence)

    *TODO:

    Tests Write documentation Add other exchanges: icbit BitFinex Update order books with a WebSocket client for supported exchanges (MtGox, Bitcoin-Central) Better history handling for observer "HistoryDumper" (Redis ?) Move EUR / USD from a market to an other: Coupons Ripple ? Negative Operations use Litecoin or other cryptocurrencies trades

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    Please add a description, do not post just an URL. – Stéphane Gimenez Sep 30 '12 at 14:24
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You can try this one also https://github.com/rokj/bitcoin_dealer.

From the README file on the repo:

Bitcoin dealer is simple Django program (trading bot) for trading bitcoins currently only on MtGox exchange.

Bitcoin dealer supports MtGox API version 1 with following currencies: USD, EUR, GBP, PLN, CAD, AUD, CHF, CNY, NZD, RUB, DKK, HKD, SGD, THB, JPY and SEK.

Although program is really simple, it supports stop orders and maybe something more, but I am not really familiar with trading techniques and jargon.

Program is most useful for those who do not have time to watch price of bitcoin all the time, have a PC running all the time and know how to write few "Hello worlds" with two if cases.

Also, the link is not dead at time of editing (21/07/2013).

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    Welcome here. Please add a description of the software, do not post just an URL. – Stéphane Gimenez Sep 30 '12 at 14:26
  • Link is currently dead, so unless edited this answer is worthless now. – o0'. Apr 11 '13 at 10:46
  • Link is now live again. – Jamie Bull Jul 21 '13 at 16:55
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When considering a bitcoin trading bot, you must decide where you will trade, generally which exchange you'd like to trade at, such as Binance or Poloniex. From there, you can either use a 'pre-packaged' strategy for buying and selling or developing your own based on various indicators.

I have developed a youtube course where I describe the open source development of a crypto trading bot in python, with all crypto trading bot python code publicly available through github. With this bot you can create and set your own strategies.

Other than my previous description, another well developed crypto trading bot is 'Gekko', open source on NodeJS and can has great, easy functionality to create and implement strategies with large community support.

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