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    Bitfinex Honey Framework Algorithmic Order Library for Node.JS

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    For a description of the included algo orders, see our user docs


    npm i --save bfx-hf-algo
    npm i --save bfx-hf-models
    npm i --save bfx-hf-ext-plugin-bitfinex
    npm i --save bfx-hf-models-adapter-lowdb

    Quickstart & Example

    To get started, create an object wsSettings required for AOAdapter, then pass them to a new AOHost instance and call startAO(id, args):

    const {
      AOHost, PingPong, Iceberg, TWAP, AccumulateDistribute, MACrossover
    } = require('bfx-hf-algo')
    const HFDB = require('bfx-hf-models')
    const HFDBLowDBAdapter = require('bfx-hf-models-adapter-lowdb')
    const {
      schema: HFDBBitfinexSchema
    } = require('bfx-hf-ext-plugin-bitfinex')
    const algoDB = new HFDB({
      schema: HFDBBitfinexSchema,
      adapter: HFDBLowDBAdapter({
        dbPath: path.join(__dirname, '..', 'db', 'example.json')
    const host = new AOHost({
      aos: [PingPong, Iceberg, TWAP, AccumulateDistribute, MACrossover],
      wsSettings: {
        apiKey: '...',
        apiSecret: '...',
        // Authentication with auth tokens is available as an alternative for API credentials
        // authToken,
        dms: 4
    host.on('ao:state:update', async (updateOpts) => {
      // send ui updates
    host.on('auth:error', (packet) => {
      console.log('error authenticating: %j', packet)
    host.on('error', (err) => {
      console.log('error: %s', err)
    host.once('ready', async () => {
      // Start an Iceberg order instance
      const [serialized] = await host.startAO('bfx-iceberg', {
        symbol: 'tBTCUSD',
        price: 21000,
        amount: -0.5,
        sliceAmount: -0.1,
        excessAsHidden: true,
        orderType: 'LIMIT',
        _margin: false,
      // later, host.stopAO(gid)


    Refer to the docs/ folder for JSDoc-generated API documentation.


    Environment variables API_KEY and API_SECRET must be defined (in paper mode) Run npm run benchmark:mock and keep it running in a separate terminal Run TARGET=<benchmark name> npm run benchmark:run to generate the reports (destination folder is ./benchmarks_reports), where TARGET is name of JS file in the root of test/benchmarks folder


    1. Fork it
    2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
    3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
    4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
    5. Create a new Pull Request


    npm i bfx-hf-algo

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