Description of the technical changes that the Hummingbot Foundation plans to implement over the course of the next year.
by Martin Kou You can find Part 1 here. Introduction In the last article of this series, we have discussed the architectural changes we are making to Hummingbot Gateway v2 to improve its robustness and reliability, to bring it up to the service quality level expected of production trading systems.
by Martin Kou Introduction Hummingbot Gateway is a software that allows Hummingbot to connect to decentralized exchanges like Uniswap. The Hummingbot Gateway is a separate piece of software apart from Hummingbot, because software libraries needed for accessing decentralized exchanges, e.g. the Uniswap Smart Order Router, are usually not written
by Martin Kou Introduction In the last article of this series, we've discussed the design motivations behind Hummingbot, the clock and the market connectors. Today, we'll be discussing the architecture behind trading strategies - the very component that decides Hummingbot trades with your money. We will also discuss how you
by Nicolas Baum This article is based on an older version of the Avellaneda Strategy. You can find the latest version documentation here. Following our initial blog post on the new avellaneda_market_making strategy, we are back with deeper, more mathematical dive into ths strategy! Today we will explain
by Martin Kou Introduction Hummingbot is a modular framework for building highly reliable, and high performance trading bots. While the official Hummingbot package already allows you to run high frequency trading strategies on a number of cryptocurrency exchanges, the underlying framework is freely extensible for building custom strategies, custom market
by Michael Feng From the beginning, we conceived of Hummingbot as a shared public utility: an open source project that helps you create trading bots on any crypto exchange without having to write low-level integrations to exchange APIs. We knew that we would have to create first few exchange integrations,