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Crypto Trading 2018 in Review: I backtested 17 Advanced + 15 Neural Net strategies with full year of data

A while back I posted my backtest results with Gekko Neural Net strategies for a single month. Now I've went a step further and backtested full year with 32 strategies (including previous 15 Neural Net).

Needless to say this was a very rocky year for Crypto. Most coins went down around 80% but still the market had some nice uptrends so I though it would be interesting to see how strategies handled such conditions.

You can see the new post here.

Let me know what you think. Thanks!
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finanzen.net (big German finance-website) now enables crypto trading in their app

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Crypto Trading 2019 Half Year Review: I tested 17 Advanced + 15 Neural Net strategies

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Tokens.net and DTR token: Crypto Trading 2.0. Store and manage your DTR in Lumi Wallet!

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Crypto Trading 2018 in Review: I backtested 17 Advanced + 15 Neural Net strategies with full year of data

For the last few months I've been testing lots of open source trading strategies and sharing my results and analysis in Medium posts.
2018 was a complicated but interesting year for Crypto, so I decided to go a step further and backtest full year with 32 strategies (including 15 Neural Net). See the post HERE.

Now, don't get the point of this post wrong. This is NOT "Follow Strategy X, get +300% by next year". I'm sharing this to show bit more realistic view of what profits could be made in a market like this. Keep in mind that past performance is not indicator of future results. If you would actually use this, results would be worse. Plus, you can assume my results contain a fair amount of overfitting, despite my best efforts.

These are open source strategies, nobody is selling them, they are not mine (all credit to authors, mentioned in my posts).
I hope this is useful to you. Thanks for reading!
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Crypto Trading 2018 in Review: I backtested 17 Advanced + 15 Neural Net strategies with full year of data

For the last few months I've been testing lots of open source trading strategies and sharing my results and analysis in Medium posts.
2018 was a complicated but interesting year for Crypto, so I decided to go a step further and backtest full year with 32 strategies (including 15 Neural Net). See the post HERE.

This is NOT "Follow Strategy X, get +300% by next year". I'm sharing this to show bit more realistic view of what profits could be made in a market like this. Keep in mind that past performance is not indicator of future results. If you would actually use this, results would be worse. Plus, you can assume my results contain a fair amount of overfitting, despite my best efforts.

These are open source strategies, nobody is selling them, they are not mine (all credit to authors, mentioned in my posts).
I hope this is useful to you. Thanks for reading!
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Crypto Trading 2018 in Review: I backtested 17 Advanced + 15 Neural Net strategies with full year of data

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Over the last 6 weeks I've written a functioning Crypto trading bot in VB.NET and here are some of the important tips & things I've learned and some VB.NET code for you to use.

I started on December 18th when I was playing about with Google Sheets and pulling prices from exchanges using the CRYPTOFINANCE() plugin... it was slow, clunky and the data was wildly old - I knew I could do something better in VB.NET but at this point had absolutely no idea where to start, no idea about trading, no idea how exchanges or API's worked and no idea just how bad I was at programming. I've asked a lot of dumb questions, I've lost a bunch of money making mistakes & learning as I go... Fast forward to today however and I have a fully functioning, cross-exchange trading bot. Sweet!
1) Truncate your numbers, don't round.**
Hindsight makes this seem so obvious to me now, but when you're working with Bitcoin balances to 8 decimal places, exchange rates to 5 decimal places and sums that can increase your decimal places exponentially, it helps to be precise. Even an extra 0.00000001 in the wrong place can cause an exchange to reject your request. Honestly if I'd have realised this sooner I'd be about 2 weeks ahead right now and nowhere near as bald.
The below functions in will truncate any decimal number with no rounding:
Public Function Trunc8(numbertoTuncate As Decimal) As Decimal Return Math.Truncate(numbertoTuncate * 100000000) / 100000000 End Function Public Function Trunc5(numbertoTuncate As Decimal) As Decimal Return Math.Truncate(numbertoTuncate * 100000) / 100000 End Function 
** Absolutely do round when exchange such as Bitstamp does it's fee calculations in spot USD price. Below is the logic I use to do this:
Dim amount_btc As Decimal = BTCtoSpend / ASK ' Full amount in BTC Dim fee_btc As Decimal = amount_btc * 0.0025 ' Get 0.25% of the BTC amount Dim fee_USD As Decimal = fee_btc * BitstampBTCUSD ' Convert to USD Dim round_USD As Decimal = Math.Round(fee_USD, 2, MidpointRounding.AwayFromZero) ' Round up Dim round_BTC As Decimal = round_USD / BitstampBTCUSD ' Convert back to BTC Dim amount = amount_btc - round_BTC ' minus the fee 
2) Websockets are your friend.
It's really easy to query Bitstamp or GDAX's API for the prices(Last/Bid/Ask). The query might take a 3rd of a second to get there, a 3rd of a second to get back - by the time your software has interpreted it it may have been nearly a full second. The prices you end up being sent back can some times be stale/out of date. Couple this with the API rate limits (Once a second on Bitstamp if you end up polling it continuously) and you can soon end up with stale information. The websockets allow the exchanges to push information to you, in real-time, as it happens. Seriously, they're fucking rad and you can query that data til the cows come home. Millisecond timers FTW!
Bitstamp uses Pusher, GDAX is a plain old web socket. It took me an age to figure it out, and honestly I've done it rather arse-about-tit, but here's the code I ended up using:
Bitstamp:(You'll need PusherClient from Nuget)
Imports PusherClient Imports Newtonsoft.Json.Linq Public WithEvents pusherClient As New Pusher("de504dc5763aeef9ff52") Public WithEvents BitstampLTCBTCOrderbook As Channel Public WithEvents BitstampLTCBTCTrades As Channel Public WithEvents BitstampBTCUSDTrades As Channel Public WithEvents BitstampEURUSDTrades As Channel pusherClient.Connect() Public Sub pusher_Connected() Handles pusherClient.Connected BitstampLTCBTCTrades = pusherClient.Subscribe("live_trades_ltcbtc") End Sub Public Sub BitstampLTCBTCTrades_Subscribed(Sender As Object) Handles BitstampLTCBTCTrades.Subscribed BitstampLTCBTCTrades.Bind("trade", AddressOf BitstampLTCBTCTrade) End Sub Public Sub BitstampLTCBTCTrade(data) Dim jss = JObject.Parse(data.ToString) BitstampPrice = CDec(jss("price_str").ToString) BitstampLastAmount = CDec(jss("amount_str").ToString) End Sub 
That's basically it - the different channels are all documented in the API and you can format the JSON til your little crypto heart's content.
GDAX:(You'll need Websocket4NET from Nuget) P.S. I know my sending raw JSON is a fucking abomination.
Imports WebSocket4Net Imports Newtonsoft.Json.Linq Public WithEvents websocketGDAX As WebSocket websocketGDAX = New WebSocket("wss://ws-feed.gdax.com") websocketGDAX.Open() Public Sub gdax_Connect() Handles websocketGDAX.Opened Dim Data As String = "{ ""type"": ""subscribe"", ""product_ids"":[""BTC-EUR""], ""channels"": [""heartbeat"", { ""name"": ""ticker"", ""product_ids"": [""LTC-BTC""] }]}" websocketGDAX.Send(Data) End Sub Public Sub gdax_Data(sender As Object, args As WebSocket4Net.MessageReceivedEventArgs) Handles websocketGDAX.MessageReceived Dim jss = JObject.Parse(args.Message) Try If jss("type").ToString = "ticker" Then Select Case jss("product_id") Case "LTC-BTC" GDAXPrice = CDec(jss("price")) GDAXBid = CDec(jss("best_bid")) GDAXAsk = CDec(jss("best_ask")) GDAXLastSize = CDec(jss("last_size")) Case "EUR-USD" GDAXEURUSD = CDec(jss("price")) Case "BTC-USD" End Select End If Catch ex As Exception Exit Sub End Try End Sub 
Again, that's kind of it. Some proper error handling wouldn't go amiss, but I'm lazy and I use GOTO's all over the shop anyway so I'm basically a terrible human being.
3) Hashing. Fucking Hashing.
Ok so basically when sending authenticated/private API calls you need to hash bits of the message in order to prove authenticity. This was a bitch to try and cobble together the right code. Here, have it. It's yours:
Imports System.Security.Cryptography Imports System.Text Module Hashing Public Function HMACSHA256_Encrypt(ByVal message As String, secret As String) As String Try Dim secretkey As String = secret Dim sha As New System.Security.Cryptography.HMACSHA256(System.Text.ASCIIEncoding.ASCII.GetBytes(secretkey)) Dim Hash() As Byte = sha.ComputeHash(System.Text.ASCIIEncoding.ASCII.GetBytes(message)) Dim sb As New StringBuilder(Hash.Length * 2) For Each B As Byte In Hash sb.Append(Hex(B).PadLeft(2, "0")) Next Return sb.ToString.ToUpper Catch ex As Exception Debug.Print(Date.Now & " SHA256_Encrypt error " & ex.Message) Return Nothing End Try End Function Public Function HashString(ByVal str As String, ByVal secret As Byte()) As String Dim bytes As Byte() = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(str) Using hmac = New HMACSHA256(secret) Dim hash As Byte() = hmac.ComputeHash(bytes) Return Convert.ToBase64String(hash) End Using End Function End Module 
Top one for Bitstamp, Bottom one for GDAX. They differ slightly in the way they do things and the output they provide, hence there being two. Don't ask me what they do, couldn't tell you. Not a clue.
4) Verbose logging. Verbose logging. Verbose logging.
So you've made your bot, hit the button and....nothing. Now these things don't happen instantly; Even if you place an order at Ask or Bid, it might be minutes, even hours until it gets filled. Maybe your bot keeps erroring out and you don't know why. Write yourself a little logging function that you can copy and paste into your functions & subs that outputs the data you're sending and the data you're receiving along with a timestamp so you can debug if stuff isn't working. Again, I'm lazy and shit and this took me way longer to realise than it should have.
5) Don't be afraid to ask questions.
One of the biggest things that totally blew my mind was just how closed up some people are; on Reddit, forums, discord rooms... you name it. There's this weird stigma about people who trade & write bots that if they share their knowlege they'll somehow be doing themselves out of returns. Don't be afraid to ask questions. Ask enough, and eventually someone will come along and help. For every 10 people who chastised me for asking for coding help, trading help or whatever, 1 person would help out - it's worth enduring the rough for that... also, fuck those 10 people.
6) God damn Nonce generation.
A nonce is basically a unique, yet increasing number. Again, this was all massive trial and error. Bitstamp nonces and GDAX nonces work slightly differently and are interpreted slightly differently. Here's the code I use:
Module Nonces Public Function GenerateStampNonce() As String Static lastnonce As String Dim newNonce As String = Replace(Math.Round((DateTime.UtcNow - New DateTime(1970, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0)).TotalMilliseconds / 1000, 1).ToString("#0.0"), ".", "") Do While lastnonce = newNonce Threading.Thread.Sleep(10) newNonce = Replace(Math.Round((DateTime.UtcNow - New DateTime(1970, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0)).TotalMilliseconds / 1000, 1).ToString("#0.0"), ".", "") Loop lastnonce = newNonce Return newNonce End Function Public Function GenerateGDAXNonce() As Decimal Static lastnonce As Decimal Dim newNonce As Decimal = (DateTime.UtcNow - New DateTime(1970, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0)).TotalMilliseconds / 1000 Do While lastnonce = newNonce Threading.Thread.Sleep(10) newNonce = (DateTime.UtcNow - New DateTime(1970, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0)).TotalMilliseconds / 1000 Loop lastnonce = newNonce Return newNonce End Function End Module 
It's dirty...I know (I like it that way) - however it just simply works. I'm sure there's a more elegant way of generating these but honestly I ran out of patience on this because it's so simple when you look at it once it works.
7) Don't bog yourself down with a GUI.
Seems kind of daft, but running a bot as a console app forced me not only to be more verbose, but also helped really train my though process in terms of what all the timers in the background are doing. Not to mention, if you're anything like me you'll probably end up bogging it right down with all kinds of unnecessary GUI crap... in fact my first bot that was a total failure had more code to make the GUI whistle and pop than it did quality trading code.
You need so little input for a trading bot besides a config file full of preferences that your only real commands for any kind of interaction are quite simply:
 Console.WriteLine() Console.ReadKey() 
7.5) Limit orders on GDAX - FREE! As in... no fees!
Some people act like this is some kind of trade secret (haha, puns) but if you put a limit order on GDAX you almost always pay absolutely no fees. If you want to GUARANTEE you pay no fees, have your order set to post_only=true. This forces the order onto the books, which means you MUST place it AT Bid/Ask (depending on direction) or above/below, it'll get rejected if you try and eat into the other side of the spread.
8) Async/Multithread your requests to the API's.
I haven't done this, so I have no code to share. But if you suddenly lose connection or there's a blip or whatever, there's often no way of specifying a timeout and it could potentially freeze/crash your application.
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I guess that's all I can think of. It might seem like simple, trivial stuff but when it comes to writing something in a language like VB.NET there's very little resources out there at all... I went through some pretty mind-bending trial and error that while fun and now rewarding, was very frustrating at the time.
All in all, writing a program that can interact with an exchange is a wholly steep learning experience and I've learned more in terms of my general programming ability and my knowlege and understanding of trading & exchanges in general than I had in months or even years before doing this.
Feel free to ask any questions, I'll try to answer them as best I can.
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I backtested 15 Neural Net trading strategies with TOP20 Crypto Coins

Hi, all!
For the last few months I've been testing lots of trading strategies and sharing my results and analysis in Medium posts. For my setup, I'm using Gekko, which is open source platform that let's you execute and test (paper trade) custom strategies that you have created.
So in the last month, I collected 15 best open source Neural Network strategies that I could find and backtested them against TOP coins for September market.
After that, I created another part, where I backtest July, August and October, month by month. To keep it short - there are good months and then there are bad ones, but I'm sure traders here already know that. Good thing is, even in this bear market, there is still a chance, although you have to up your game.
Let me know if research like this is useful to you! Thanks!
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Edit: I held roughly the same below the line value at the end of 2017 as I am above the line in 2018. Does this just indicate I bought more in 2017 and sold more in 2018?
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