This is the source of the Crypto currency trading bot running on: https://wolfbot.org
It is written in TypeScript for NodeJS + MongoDB.
Screenshots of the Trading UI:
A more detailed list of all features: https://wolfbot.org/features/
The list of supported exchanges: https://wolfbot.org/features/exchanges/
Additionally WolfBot supports over 130 exchanges using CCXT Library (no WebSockets, no margin trading).
The full strategy documentation: https://wolfbot.org/strategy-docs/
NodeJS >= 12 && <= 14 MongoDB >= 4.0 TypeScript >= 3.5 yarn >= 1.9.4 (npm should work too, but no support given if you run into errors) Webpack >= 4 (only for UI modifications)
git clone https://github.com/Ekliptor/WolfBot yarn install
You can use the
--production flag if you only want to run the bot and not make any code changes.
configLocal-sample.ts file in the project root directory to
configLocal.ts and add at least
mongoUrl (plus some exchange API keys if you want to trade).
After running TypeScript (automatically in your IDE or run the
tsc command in the project root dir) you will see a file:
tsc will show you some errors (due to shared code with missing types between server and client side, I will refactor this later). Just ignore these errors and make sure
noEmitOnError is not set (the default) and that you have a
build/ dir in the project root as well as for all packages under
node_modules/@ekliptor which contain a
tsconfig.json file. Use the
build directory as the working directory and run:
node app.js --debug --config=Noop --trader=RealTimeTrader --noUpdate --noBrowser
config parameter must be a JSON file from the
config directory. For a list of all parameters look at the top of the
To you can install WolfBot with all its dependencies using Docker:
There is documentation available here: https://forum.wolfbot.org/forums/strategy-development.17/
Look into the
/src/Strategies folder for more examples.
In the project root directory, run:
You should also run the bot with the
--uiDev flag so that changes to HTML template files are reloaded from disk.
The UI uses a single persistent WebSocket connection. UI related code is in the following directories:
├ project root ├─── public <- all code shipped to the browser ├────── js <- all TypeScript code to be compiled with WebPack ├─── src ├────── WebSocket <- all server-side logic to push updates to the browser ├─── views <- all HTML templates
If you want to connect WolfBot to your trading terminal, please take a look at the API docs.
This let's you:
No donations, I actually make money trading;)