We will keep the latest QR code image at the top of this thread rather than in each post. Makes it easier for everyone. This is for PubBot 2.2.
This is a thread associated with the trading bot being developed by @Mike_Fishy and others at Mike Fishy and Automation System Programming (Bots).
About 9 months ago I built a smartphone “app” which notified me when specific cryptographic digital assets (CDA) reached my target BUY or SELL price. Alerts were sent out by Super Push notifications (overrides phone silent settings), email and SMS.
At the time I didn’t set up the system to actually trade the CDA’s automatically but having followed the bot thread I have now set up automatic trading. After each automatic BUY or SELL order is placed with a leading CDA exchange I receive a PUSH confirmation of the trade.
As shown in the configuration screen the app is currently in simulation mode so it doesn’t actually trade with the exchange. SHA256 cryptographic signature verification is used even for the simulated trades and live trading is enabled by clicking the LIVE button and entering a six digit PIN.
The main screen is shown below and covers the period just prior to the latest Bitcoin pump.
The app charts the data for moving averages and RSI which can also be exported as CSV files for further analysis in Excel etc.
The graphs are also available in landscape mode.
The short term RSI gave a good correlation of price movements as shown below.
The app runs on Android or iPhone but I am NOT an app developer.
Someone who sings is a singer, someone who runs is a runner so someone that uses the “Blynk easy iOT smartphone app builder” is a Blynker (hence my username). Other than using their app to build iOT projects I have no association with the company.
Links for the Blynk app in the Apple and Google Play stores are available from their website https://www.blynk.cc/
I converted the PHP scripts provided in the bot thread to C++ and added the code to my original CDA price alerts projects. Added the API calls for actually trading and flashed a $3 WiFi enabled MCU with the C++ code.
The WiFi enabled MCU performs the trading calculations and acts as a bridge between my cloud server and my smartphone.
Once a project is built with the Blynk tools you simply generate a QR code image in the project and make it available to anyone that wants a clone of your project.
Some of the Blynk widgets like video streaming and GPS work without an MCU but as we need to perform the trading calculations it’s an essential part of the project.
Further updates in due course.