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BitProphet

BitProphet is a node crypto trading platform for Binance exchange that uses chat bots as its interface. Its main purpose is the automation of trading techniques, but it can also be used as a simple order notification tracker or as an alert system for the most used technical indicators. Suggestions and pull requests are very welcome!

Features

  • Analyse hundreds of tokens in multiple intervals EVERY second
  • Technical Indicators (SMA, EMA, RSI, Stochastics, Bollinger Bands, Ichimoku and more)
  • Stop loss and trailing profits
  • Paper trading
  • Create your own strategies
  • Be notified anywhere with Telegram or Discord

Telegram Interface

Installation

npm install bitprophet --save

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 BitProphet will communicate. After creating it, add the bot as administrator (make sure to uncheck "All Members Are Admins").

Setting Up Discord Bot (optional)

Create a server and follow these simple steps until you have a token and added the bot to the server you've just created.

Retrieving Chat IDs

In order to find out the chat id where your bot was added to, run node with the following code and then just say something in the group/server. The bot will reply with the chat id.

const bitprophet = require('bitprophet')
bitprophet.options({
    telegram: {
        token: "YOUR_TELEGRAM_BOT_TOKEN"
    },
    discord: {
        token: "YOUR_DISCORD_BOT_TOKEN"
    }
})
bitprophet.listenToChatId()

Chat ID

Getting Started

This is the code to start BitProphet. If the only thing you need is to be notified of trades, you're done.

const bitprophet = require('bitprophet')
bitprophet.options({
    binance: {
        key: "YOUR_BINANCE_API_KEY",
        secret: "YOUR_BINANCE_API_SECRET"
    },
    telegram: {
        chatId: "YOUR_TELEGRAM_GROUP_ID",
        token: "YOUR_TELEGRAM_BOT_TOKEN"
    },
    discord: {
        chatId: "YOUR_DISCORD_CHANNEL_ID",
        token: "YOUR_DISCORD_BOT_TOKEN"
    }
})

bitprophet.start()

You should now see a message in Telegram/Discord telling you BitProphet has started.

In Telegram/Discord type list and you'll see all the available strategies listed with the respective ids. If a strategy listed has the [PT] prefix, it means it has Paper Trading active. To start a strategy, just type start strategy_id. For example, start buydip.

Getting Started

Adding Strategies

Add the following option naming a new directory for your strategies.

bitprophet.options({
    strategiesDir: "./path/my/strategies"
})

Create index.js inside that folder with the configuration for all your strategies

javascript
module.exports = {
    strategies: {
        alertsbb: {
            name: "Alerts Bollinger Bands",
            targetMarket: "BTC"
        },
        quickdip: {
            name: "Quick Dip",
            //buyAmountMarket: 0.012,
            buyPercentageAccount: 0.01,
            profitTarget: 1.4,
            maxLoss: 0.8,
            maxTradingPairs: 4,
            targetMarket: "BTC"
        },
        ichitest: {
            name: "Ichimoku Test",
            paperTrading: true,
            buyAmountMarket: 0.012,
            profitTarget: 1.4,
            maxTradingPairs: 8,
            targetMarket: "BTC",
            excludeTokens: ["NEO", "TRX"]
        },
        //...
    }
}

Create your strategies based on the examples.

Chat Bots Commands

  • help | h - Show all available commands
  • status | st - Show version and status
  • account | total | ttl - Show total balance in BTC and USDT, plus BNB amount
  • profits | % - Show profits
  • profits + | % + - Show profits per pair
  • left | l - Show trades left
  • sell token | exit token - Sell token, if it's currently trading
  • sell token price | exit token price - Sell [email protected], if it's currently trading
  • cancel token - Cancel currently trading token
  • orders | o - Show open orders
  • orders token | o token - Show open orders for the given token
  • start strategyId - Start strategy
  • stop strategyId - Stop strategy
  • list - Show available strategies
  • list strategyId - Show valid / trading pairs for the given strategy
  • token | tokenmarket - Show price for the specified token, BTC market default. (e.g. ada, adaeth)
  • pause - Pause system (ongoing trades won't be paused)
  • restart - Kill BitProphet's process. Useful when using a keep alive process manager like pm2.

Profits Discord

Adding Custom Commands

Add the following option naming a new directory for your commands.

bitprophet.options({
    commandsCustomDir: "./path/my/commands"
})

Create index.js inside that folder with the configuration for all your commands

javascript
module.exports = {
    commands: {
        test: {
            triggers: ["test", "t"]
            description: "Just a test command"
        },
        //...
    }
}

Create in the same directory test.js and code it based on the examples.


Thank you to all contributors: supershwa, ionutgalita

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