An Azure Functions-based crypto currency trading bot; featuring 10 exchanges, 25 indicators, custom strategy support, backtester and more
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README.md

IMPORTANT NOTICE

This project is not actively being developed anymore. All of the development effort had been moved over to the MachinaTrader project which is a continuation of this project. The code in this repo works and remains here for that reason. However, take the code as it is. No active support will be given.

See the new project at:

https://github.com/MachinaCore/MachinaTrader

Welcome!

Welcome to the Mynt cryptocurrency trade bot! This bot enables you to trade cryptocurrencies in an automated fashion and comes with a lot of different configuration options. It is a .NET based trade bot that runs at set intervals to find trades and monitor them for sell conditions.

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Donating to support further development

Finding this useful? Consider a donation!

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Main Features

  • Comes with 25 built-in indicators
  • Comes with a few built-in strategies
  • Create your own strategies using indicators and price data
  • Runs on multiple platforms
  • Supports multiple data storage engines
  • Supports up to 10 different exchanges
  • Ability to send notifications about your trades

History

A lot of the logic is based on the Freqtrade bot and was converted to C#. This software was initially created for educational purposes only. Don't risk money which you are afraid to lose. The bot runs at a pre-defined interval of 1 hour, since that matches the candle data it retrieves from the exchange. This bot was first mentioned in one of my blogposts.

Documentation

Additional tools used

Contributing

Feel like this bot is missing a feature? Pull requests are welcome! A few pointers for contributions:

  • Create your PR against the develop branch, not master.
  • If you are unsure, discuss the feature in an issue before a PR.