@mwlang it was basically, using the trends/RSI, trade BTC to BNB, then immediately use those funds in BNB to trade to an alt that looks promising, then keep an eye on both the BNB and BTC trends to trade back to BNB then BTC or directly back to BTC.
I wrote experimental code that traded BTC, ETH and BNB trends and the ALTs for each. There was a lot of opportunity due to the “lag” that exists between them.
When you go to this level, you don’t use 5 second or even 2 second intervals, you connect to the Web Sockets and the data streams in at real time (with 100ms internet lag). See the Web Socket API’s in the PHP Binance Framework documentation.
One of the most interesting things I found was during a pump and dump, they tend to be done with BTC and both ETH and BNB lag behind by up to 3 seconds on the price action, which opens short timeframe doors of opportunity.
Think for a moment, a pump starts on BTCADA, but ETHADA is lagging behind. You can buy ADA using ETH and immediately sell it to BTC at around 1-2% in 300 milliseconds - multiple times during the pump period.
Do ethics go out the window while taking advantage of poor Binance code and pump’n’dumps?
Never really talked about some of my experimental code, it tends to be a bit of the risky side.
Also, I do keep 6 months of data as I do extensive data analytics. So if you are wondering how I know when things happen, it is because I’m good at analysing data