Automating the Nefertiti trading bot
This is part 2 in a series of articles on the Nefertiti trading bot. If you don’t know what Nefertiti is or does, please refer to part 1 in this series.
Starting with Nefertiti 0.0.8, you can now trade on more than one market pair with a single click. Here is an example Automator script that does just that:
Please note the above script is macOS only, but it should be relatively easy to translate to other platforms.
Here’s the breakdown of what the above script does:
- Prompt for Pushover keys, then
- Enumerate over all the market pairs available for trading, then
- Single out the ETH market pairs (in other words: exclude the BTC market pairs), then
- Start trading on every ETH-XXX market pair available.
Great, but how do I execute the above script?
- Save the script as
ETH-XXX.shin the same folder as where the Nefertiti executable is, then
- Open Terminal and enter this:
Please note that you should need to execute this script only once. The buy bot will keep running until you reboot your device (or force quit the bot).
One more thing
While you’re welcome to automate the bot, starting with version 0.0.144 there is no need for the above script. If you want to trade all of the available markets, you can do this:
The above command-line translated to this: “buy the dip on every ETH-paired market on Bittrex, except for markets where the volume is less than 1 BTC per 24 hour, pay 0.05 ETH for one order, and re-scan for supports every other hour”.
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Investing in crypto is high risk. Even though this bot follows a relatively safe strategy, you should never feed it money you cannot afford to loose. Use at your own risk.