Classes, types of BOTS

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Quick overview of validation aspects to be aware of when selecting and spreading Bots for your portfolio.

Classification and typification of BOTS 

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Class: Trading

Class: Hodl

Say the more or less “intelligent-bots” or genuine bots. Buy and sell at the most ideal moment in time.
Step into one, or multiple, coin and get out of it at the best rate. Stay out until the best moment reached to step in again.


HODL, Portfolio, Re-balancer bots. Some Bots are between the two categories, with regard to intelligence and trading-cost.


1

Fixed simple programmed

2

Fixed programmed complex algorithms

3

Programming model based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine self-learning (ml) algorithms.

A 1Search b&h in Selection & Spreading

Dumbbots

Fixed simple programmed

B 2Search buy in Creator BOT-Names

Intelligence and sophisticated hold with re-balancing capabilities

Fixed programmed complex algorithms

Do it your self (DIYS)

No

No

No

Yes

No

Automated

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

Risk Class

Medium, High

Medium, High

Medium, High

High

High

Base coin (Drawdown)

All

All

All

All

All

Trade coin

All

All

All

All

All

Properties and Attributes

Buy Status

Available

Almost full

Full

Creator

Trademark

Label

Unknown

Web presence Y/N

Popularity

High

Medium

Low

Historical performance

High

Medium

Low

Unknown

Trading cost

High

Medium

Low

Unknown

Market Cap

Production  High Bots to Test Low

Backtest results

% month % year Unknown
Classes and Categories

At the highest level the Bots have been classified in two classes: Trading Bots and Hodl Bots.
These two classes have there own very specific  and distinguishing characteristics.

These two classes can be divided into categories as follows:
• Class: Trading: Category:  1, 2, 3.
• Class: Hodl:  Category:  A, B.

In the first table-matrix the most important five characteristics are listed the left side. Then, at the right site of the matrix, it shows the respective values for particular categories of bots. Notice the differences between the two classes but even more between the two Hodl categories.

Properties and Attributes matrix

In this second matrix the most noticeable properties and attributes are listed.  This shows a diversity of values with very different implications and impact.
All keywords and their value may, or may not or more or less, influence your decision to buy, keep or sell a bot in your portfolio.

Related Blog Post: How to Classify and Typify BOTS?

 

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