The Kryll.io platform aims to fill in the gaps to get everyone efficient trading tools. Introducing WYSIWYT (What You See Is What You Trade) technology, the Kryll team will provide a simple yet powerful strategy defining interface based on blocks and flow.
A flow visually describes the confluence of signals, operators and relevant data determining a particular strategy
There are 5 main families of blocks that can be used to build a strategy :
Market Trends. They span from the usual trend analysis (volume modification, price fluctuation, ) to technical data analysis & studies (channels identification, patterns detection, resistance rejection, demand zone detection) and modelling (machine learning based market prediction) units.
Trading actions. Like buy, sell, split amount into subsets, hold amount (like profits), loop, stop...
Signals. Coming from professional traders, qualified Telegram channels or social network semantic analyses.
Operators. They’re meant to organize data feeds and signal interactions (eg: IF the market is up AND “BTC” is receiving positive feedback on Twitter ...)
Notifications. To keep you informed of a strategy’s status (this could be a text message, email or smart notification)
Once a strategy has been finalized it’s time to put it to work. Before sending it to the big boy arena you’ll be able to test it over the 6 months of recorded data - assuming it does not depend on an external non-reproducible input - using 250+ pairs and a 1 second frequency that will be available for backtesting. Another testing modality will be available with our sandboxing option where the strategy is tested as if it were actually running on the market, but not accounting for the impact it may have on the market’s actual.
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