Development state: Beta (Code is stable, documentation is often lagging)
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Crypto Signals is a command line tool that automates your crypto currency Technical Analysis (TA). It is maintained by a community of traders, engineers, data scientists, PMs, & countless generous individuals who wish to democratize the equal & open access to the greatest wealth re-distribution experiment in human and monetary policy history - Bitcoin
Track over 500 coins across Bittrex, Binance, Bittrex, Bitfinex, Coinbase, Gemini and more!
Technical Analysis Automated:
- Relative Strength Index (RSI)
- Ichimoku Cloud (Leading Span A, Leading Span B, Conversion Line, Base Line)
- Simple Moving Average
- Exponential Moving Average
- SMS via Twilio
- Modular code for easy trading strategy implementation
- Easy install with Docker
You can build on top of this tool and implement algorithm trading and some machine learning models to experiment with predictive analysis.
Installing And Running
The commands listed below are intended to be run in a terminal.
Install docker CE
Create a config.yml file in your current directory. See the Configuring config.yml section below for customizing settings.
In a terminal run the application.
docker run --rm -v $PWD/config.yml:/app/config.yml shadowreaver/crypto-signal:master.
When you want to update the application run
docker pull shadowreaver/crypto-signal:master
For a list of all possible options for config.yml and some example configurations look here
Why does Tradingview show me different information than crypto-signal?
There are a number of reasons why the information crypto-signal provides could be different from tradingview and the truth is we have no way to be 100% certain of why the differences exist. Below are some things that affect the indicators that may differ between crypto-signal and tradingview.
tradingview will have more historical data and for some indicators this can make a big difference.
tradingview uses a rolling 15 minute timeframe which means that the data they are analyzing can be more recent than ours by a factor of minutes or hours depending on what candlestick timeframe you are using.
tradingview may collect data in a way that means the timeperiods we have may not line up with theirs, which can have an effect on the analysis. This seems unlikely to us, but stranger things have happened.