crypto-trading-bot

Cryptocurrency trading bot in javascript for Bitfinex, Bitmex, Binance ... (public edition)

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Crypto Trading Bot

A work in progress Cryptocurrency for common exchanges like Bitfinex, Bitmex and Binance. As most trading bots just provide basic buy and sell signals they provide many stuff to get profitable eg exchange orders like stop-losses or stop-limits are not supported by main bots. Also the limitation of fixed timeframe and technical indicators must be broken

Not production ready only basic functionality

Features

  • Fully use Websocket for exchange communication to react as fast as possible on market
  • Multi pair support in one instance
  • sqlite3 storage for candles, tickers, ...
  • Webserver UI
  • Support for going "Short" and "Long"
  • Signal browser dashboard for pairs
  • Slack and email notification
  • Join foreign exchange candles (eg. Trade on Bitmex with the faster moving Binance trades / candles)
  • TODO: Show possible arbitrage trades

Exchanges

TODOS:

Technical stuff and packages

How to use

[optional] Preinstall

The tulip library is used for indicators; which sometimes is having some issues on npm install because of code compiling:

Install build tools

sudo apt-get install build-essential

The nodejs wrapper for tulipindicators is called Tulip Node (tuind), check out installation instructions there.

Also the build from source is not supporting all nodejs version. It looks like versions <= 10 are working. You can use nodejs 12 if you compiled it once via older version.

Install packages

➜ npm install --production
➜ npm run postinstall

Create instance file for pairs and changes

cp instance.js.dist instance.js

Provide a configuration with your exchange credentials

cp conf.json.dist conf.json

Create a new sqlite database use bot.sql scheme to create the tables

sqlite3 bot.db < bot.sql

Lets start it

npm start

How to use: Docker

For initialize the configuration once

➜ cp instance.js.dist instance.js && cp conf.json.dist conf.json && sqlite3 bot.db < bot.sql
➜ docker-compose build
➜ docker-compose up -d

After this you can use docker-compose which will give you a running bot via http://127.0.0.1:8080

Setting Up Telegram Bot

First, you'll need to create a bot for Telegram. Just talk to BotFather and follow simple steps until it gives you a token for it. You'll also need to create a Telegram group, the place where you and crypto-trading-bot will communicate. After creating it, add the bot as administrator (make sure to uncheck "All Members Are Admins").

Retrieving Chat IDs

Invite @RawDataBot to your group and get your group id in sended chat id field

Message
 ├ message_id: 338
 ├ from
 ┊  ├ id: *****
 ┊  ├ is_bot: false
 ┊  ├ first_name: 사이드
 ┊  ├ username: ******
 ┊  └ language_code: en
 ├ chat
 ┊  ├ id: -1001118554477
 ┊  ├ title: Test Group
 ┊  └ type: supergroup
 ├ date: 1544948900
 └ text: A

Look for id: -1001118554477 is your chat id (with the negative sign).

Webserver

Some browser links

Security / Authentication

As the webserver provides just basic auth for access you should combine some with eh a https for public server. Here s simple proxy_pass for nginx.

# /etc/nginx/sites-available/YOURHOST
server {
    server_name YOURHOST;

    location / {
        proxy_pass http://127.0.0.1:8080;
    }

    listen 443 ssl; # managed by Certbot
    ssl_certificate /etc/letsencrypt/live/YOURHOST/fullchain.pem; # managed by Certbot
    ssl_certificate_key /etc/letsencrypt/live/YOURHOST/privkey.pem; # managed by Certbot
    include /etc/letsencrypt/options-ssl-nginx.conf; # managed by Certbot
    ssl_dhparam /etc/letsencrypt/ssl-dhparams.pem; # managed by Certbot
}

You should also set the listen ip to a local one

# config.json
webserver.ip: 127.0.0.1

Web UI

Dashboard

Trades / Positions / Orders

Backtesting

Currently there is a the UI for backtesting

Manual Orders

Fill data

node index.js backfill -e bitmex -p 1m -s XRPZ18

Strategies

For custom strategies use var/strategies folder.

# simple file structure
var/strategies/your_strategy.js

# or wrap strategy into any sub folder depth
var/strategies/my_strategy/my_strategy.js
var/strategies/subfolder1/our_strategy/our_strategy.js

Find some example strategies inside modules/strategy/strategies

Tools / Watchdog

  • order_adjust Keep open orders in bid / ask of the orderbook in first position

Watchdog

  • stoploss provide general stoploss order in percent of entry price (Exchange Order)
  • risk_reward_ratio Creates Risk Reward order for take profit and stoploss (Exchange Order Limit+Stop)
  • stoploss_watch Close open position if ticker price falls below the percent lose; use this for exchange that dont support stop_loss order liek Binance
  • trailing_stop Use native exchange trailing stop; if supported by exchange eg Bitfinex
    'watchdogs': [
        {
            'name': 'stoploss',
            'percent': 3,
        },
        {
            'name': 'risk_reward_ratio',
            'target_percent': 6,
            'stop_percent': 3,
        },
        {
            'name': 'stoploss_watch',
            'stop': 1.2,
        },
        {
            'name': 'trailing_stop',
            'target_percent': 1.2,
            'stop_percent': 0.5
        }
    ],

Tick Interval

Per default every strategy is "ticked" every full minute with a ~10sec time window. If you want to tick every 15 minutes or less see possible examples below.

Supported units are "m" (minute) and "s" (seconds)

{
   "strategies":[
      {
         "strategy":"cci",
         "interval":"15m"
      },
      {
         "strategy":"cci2",
         "interval":"30s"
      },
      {
         "strategy":"cci3",
         "interval":"60m"
      }
   ]
}

Trading

Capital

To allow the bot to trade you need to give some "playing capital". You can allow to by via asset or currency amount, see examples below. You should only provide one of them, first wins.

    c.symbols.push({
        'symbol': 'BTC-EUR',
        'exchange': 'coinbase_pro',
        'trade': {
            'capital': 0.015, // this will buy 0.015 BTC
            'currency_capital': 50,  // this will use 50 EUR and buys the equal amount of BTC (example: BTC price 3000 use 50 EUR. will result in 0.016 BTC)
            'balance_percent': 75,  // this will use 75 % of your exchange margin tradable balance. Currently implemented only on Bitfinex exchange.
        },
    })

Margin / Leverage

Per pair you can set used margin before orders are created; depending on exchange

    c.symbols.push({
        'symbol': 'BTCUSD',
        'exchange': 'bitmex',
        'extra': {
            'bitmex_leverage': 5,
        },
    })

    c.symbols.push({
        'symbol': 'EOSUSD',
        'exchange': 'bybit',
        'extra': {
            'bybit_leverage': 5,
        },
    })    

Signals

Slack

Tests

npm test

Related Links

Trading Bots Inspiration

Other bots with possible design pattern

Strategies

Some strategies based on technical indicators for collection some ideas