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crypto-algotrading - Algorithmic trading framework for cryptocurrencies.

  •    Python

Crypto AlgoTrading Framework is a repository with tools to build and run working trading bots, backtest strategies, assist on trading, define simple stop losses and trailing stop losses, etc. This framework work with data directly from Crypto exchanges API, from a DB or csv files. Can be used for data-driven and event-driven systems. Made exclusively for crypto markets for now and written in Python. In realtime, Trading Bot operates in real time, with live data from exchanges APIs. It doesn't need pre stored data or DB to work. In this mode, bot can trade real money, simulate or alert user when is time to buy or sell, based on entry and exit strategies defined by user. Can also simulate user's strategies and present the results in real time.

tic - Crypto Liquidity Integrator

  •    Erlang

TIC protocol is using WAMP style of JSON messages, where we have only arrays, but not object structures. The message itself is an JSON array.

alpaca-backtrader-api - Alpaca Trading API integrated with backtrader

  •    Python

alpaca-backtrader-api is a python library for the Alpaca trade API within backtrader framework. It allows rapid trading algo development easily, with support for the both REST and streaming interfaces. For details of each API behavior, please see the online API document. Note this module supports only python version 3.5 and above, due to the underlying library alpaca-trade-api.

pipeline-live - Pipeline Extension for Live Trading

  •    Python

pipeline-live is an extension for zipline pipeline independently usable for live trading, outside of zipline. While zipline is a great backtesting library, the default Pipeline API requires complicated setup for data bundle, which is often challenging to average users. Quantopian's proprietary data sources such as Morningstar is also not available to many. This library is to address this issue by using online API data sources and simplify the interface for live trading usage. The interface complies the original zipline/pipeline for the most part. For more details about the Pipeline API, please see Quantopian's tutorial and zipline document. If you are looking to use this library for your Quantopian algorithm, check out the migration document.

devalpha-node - A stream-based approach to algorithmic trading and backtesting in Node.js

  •    TypeScript

DevAlpha is a Javascript framework for creating and running your own algorithmic trading systems. It is built using TypeScript, weighs in at a less than 1500 lines of code, and is speedy as hell. The internal architecture primarily consists of one big stream and a bunch of consumers. It is implemented using the excellent Highland streams library, and also makes use of some helper functions from Redux.