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Why rodrigo-brito/ninjabot is active?

The result is based on ratio of number of commits and code additions from initial and final time ranges.

Initial time range – from 5 Jul, 2023 to 5 Oct, 2023

Final time range – from 5 Apr, 2024 to 5 Jul, 2024

From 1 to 1 commits per week
From 3 to 7 additions per week
From 3 to 5 deletions per week
Data calculated on 5 Jul, 2024

Summary of rodrigo-brito/ninjabot

The ninjabot repository, developed by user rodrigo-brito, contains a clean and simple algorithmic trading bot for cryptocurrency markets, implemented in Golang. The bot, also referred to as ninjabot, aims to be an easy-to-use tool for both beginners and experienced traders.

The repository provides several key features:

  1. Simulation Mode: Allows users to test their strategies with historical data.
  2. Live Trading: You can use it for live trading on Binance Spot Market.
  3. Multiple Strategies: It supports multiple strategies that can be customized to fit user's trading style.
  4. It utilizes TDD (Test Driven Development), which makes it a reliable tool.
  5. Plotter: It provides graphical analysis of trades and balance evolution.

Pre-requisites to use this tool include having Go installed on your machine, a Binance account and API keys.

It is an open source project, thus, one is allowed to contribute to the development. Remember that algorithmic trading involves potential financial risks and one should be mindful and understand the strategies before using a bot like ninjabot.

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