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Backtest your Trading Strategies with Bitfinex Terminal & Honey Framework

The Honey Framework provides easy ways to create and backtest trading strategies. Today we are taking a look at how you can backtest your trading strategies with Bitfinex Terminal data and Node.js. Bitfinex Terminal was released with the needs of algo traders in mind – a fast, reliable way to sync and share historical data. We will take a trading strategy, EMA Crossover, and backtest it on historical candle data. We will run our backtest on 5-minute candles from BTCUSD trading data. That data is, like in a blockchain, stored in a Merkle Tree and can be cryptographically verified. The…

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Dazaar, how the internet should be – open, free and hyper scalable

With more than 4.6 billion internet users in the world as of May 2020 and around 2.5 quintillion bytes of information being produced daily, data is indeed changing the world we’re living in today. Most of this information is created on centralised platforms, such as search engines, social media and messaging apps, that rely heavily on central servers to keep and process incoming requests. On the other hand, the peer-to-peer (P2P) network offers a decentralised system without relying on a central server to save all the data. Each of the distributed nodes on the P2P network can store information; thus,…

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