In the Battle of the Bots series I will compare the performances of various crypto trading bots. The monthly results of three series of battles between three bots of different botcreators will be posted for the next year. The goal is to evaluate the bots performance over a longer period of time, both in winning as well as in decreasing crypto currency markets.
In the first battle the following trading bots are competing.
- Power of Pi by Boosting Alpha: This bot scans 7 different coin markets using the mysterious constant value Pi in it’s algorithm. The bot has a calculated cumulative return in 24 months of 94% with a high volatility risk according to the botcreator. Risk level according to the bots app is 8/12.
- Top 10 Balance 2 by Dembots: A long term steady bot which checks top performing coins with the highest volume every last 30 days. A concept similar to some well proven ETF strategies. The bot won’t win on big spikes, but if the market wins, you win. A high risk bot according to the bots app, 11/12.
- Sweet Orange Mia by Agga Technologies: A balanced long term risk strategy that only trades Bitcoin. It trades on a small and medium timeframe to ensure it’s ability to react smoothly to moving market trends. Yearly testing results predicted a 2020 performance of 89,47%. A mild risk bot according to the bots app with risk level 8/12.
The results of these three bots after two months is represented in the following chart.
In the chart the blue line represents Power of Pi, the orange line Top 10 Balance 2 and the grey line Sweet Orange Mia.
The score after two months in percentages (score after one month):
- Top 10 balance 2 by Dembots: +58,73% (+45,23%)
- Sweet Orange Mia by Agga Technologies: +23,07% (+8,26%)
- Power of Pi by Boosting Alpha: +14,45% (+6,16%)
In the growing crypto market all three bots have taken advantage and been able to increase the value of their investment over the past month. Top 10 Balance 2 is “always on”, always in position, and dependent on performance of the Top 10 coins. It has benefited from the growth of bitcoin and ethereum, but suffered from the decline of ripple. Sweet Orange Mia and Power of Pi take to the sidelines when their algorithms suspects a decline, as can be seen by flatline periods in the chart. They should be able to protect profits better in case of a downtrend in the crypto market, hence their lower risk profile. The future will tell which bot performs best, and if they are able to live up to the promises of their predicted annual results of 90%.
Tomorrow an update of the second battle of three bots.