From the moment we open sourced Hummingbot as a CLI-based market making bot back in 2019, people have asked "wen GUI???" While we knew that a graphical user interface would make Hummingbot more user-friendly, we chose to spend our limited resources on improving Hummingbot's exchange connectors and strategy template library.
Every quarter, Hummingbot Foundation organizes Polls, an on-going initiative that lets HBOT holders decide how the Foundation allocates its engineering bandwidth and developer bounties across the components in the Hummingbot codebase. This week, we completed the Epoch 4 polls, which prioritizes exchanges and strategies, and issues in the Hummingbot codebase
Our Hummingbot Botcamp User Makir talks about his experience learning to build a custom algo trading bot in Hummingbot Botcamp. Cryptocurrency trading is a dynamically evolving industry, where opportunities emerge through the convergence of innovation and technology. Market Making in the crypto space involves various players who employ strategic approaches
Epoch 3 polls prioritizes maintenance of exchanges, strategies, and issues in the Hummingbot codebase
Specifics on our governance roadmap for 2023, Epoch 2 retrospective, and Epoch 3 changes.
Description of the technical changes that the Hummingbot Foundation plans to implement over the course of the next year.
Almost exactly one year ago, Hummingbot Foundation launched the HBOT token as an experiment in decentralized governance over a publicly shared, community maintained open source project. Inspired by Linux, we believe that a bazaar-style, distributed model of software development, powered by a decentralized, community-owned governance token, would allow us to