Popularity Poll: Bot Creators Top-15, with 100+ user-ratings

At this time there are a total of 56 Bot Creators, 8 of them under the Dematrading brand or trading mark™.

By now we can draw conclusions, not only about the Bots Popularity and how the bots are valued by the investors, but also about the Bot Creators reputation and popularity.
We recommended to use the Poll-list (multiple polls, under the Tips menu) in conjunction with your (potential) selected bots.
We have a long list of BOTS-Names per Creator. This means that you require additional selection and spreading criteria, found in this table. Use the performance graphs and figures from the BOTS-App to further determine your bots.

In the table Classification and typification of BOTS you find a quick overview of specific aspects of types of bots.

This post is limited to the first 15 Bot Creators with the highest score, by a total of 106 users. The Top 14 creators have from 29 to 3 points (See Bloqtec PS). However 15th position is a shared one between the last 5 Creators, they all have 2 votes. The remainder of the list, number 20 onward are not shown here, but all have one vote or none votes. These can be viewed in the actual poll page.

The most popular Bot Creator Poll (48+8=56). 2022-04-10
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The number 1 and 2  are shared  being Laika and the Quants (LQ), growing with 39 bots, currently the fastest grower.
It is interesting to see that the current number 1/ 2 is BEY Trading (BT),  one of the latest Creators on the platform, now having 5 Bots (from 3).
Note the difference between the Bot Creators with regard to the number of Bots they produced.
Some Creators have 1, 2 or 3 bots, whereas the bigger ones, like e.g. the number 3, Boosting Alpha (BA), one of the older Creator, have  55 bots. This including related brands “The Noogieman” (TN), “Dagobert Buck” (DB), “Illuminati” (II) and “Team Dakar” (TD).  Four of these trade marks are in the Top 15.

A substantial number of underperforming bots was withdrawn and  removed  from the platform during 4Q2021 and 1Q2022.  This applies in particular to Agga Team Bots (AB) and Atmos (AM).  Team Agga introduced a new trade mark named Bamboo (BO), now holding 8 bots.
Bloqtec (BL) was a different story, see the PS.

One should be aware that the poll is “open”. That means open to all investors, developers, Creators and what have you. This means room for manipulation when we have few voters.
There are currently a total of 206 recorded votes for this poll casted by 106 individual users.
Because we have a relatively low number of votes so far, only the Creators with a higher score should be considered with regard to popularity.

For the latest and actual results always see the actual poll: Bot Creators Popularity and Bots Popularity.

Statement of caution

Note that in the BOTS-App the Creator name may have multiple representation.  Example the name “Laika” has currently three different representations:
1) “Laika and the Quants”,
2) “Laika”,
3) “LAIKA” .
Something to be aware of when searching and comparing.

Previous: The most popular Bot Creator Poll (48+8).
Note that the previous Popularity Poll: Bot Creators Top-15, with 77 user-ratings was dated 10 november 2021.
At that time we had a total of 46 Bot Creators, 7 of them under the Dematrading brand.

PS: The Bloqtec (BL) Creator has officially removed all bots and has withdrawn completely from the platform.  For completeness and historical reasons the records remain in the tables of this site.

For context see: the Tables-Quadrant 

Thanks for voting on behalf of all readers.
The BI-Team.

Boosting Alpha trading-Bots performance per March 2022

Boosting Alpha trading-Bots performance per March 2022

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March 2022 was an excellent month again, after a couple of months with declining prices. The average increase for our bots was 14% in crypto and 16% in EUR. This means that our bots are almost back on the level of November 2021 again (the highest top of the market).

The performance issue was led by our HODL series which managed to pinpoint the correct assets that got the biggest increase. HODL top 40 managed to increase even with 110% in March 2022.

Of all of our 55 bots, only 4 managed to decline of which 2 BTC-based bots (that declined in BTC but increased in EUR). Our 2 new bots (Relativity Theory) declined but they only were introduced late in the month of March 2022.

From a long-term perspective, the crypto market looks to have found its bottom and the next few months might see more positive developments again.

Roy Lenders, Boosting Alpha.

Find ID “BA” (DB, II, TD, TN )  in Bots Creators Names and Selection & Spreading.

 

Boosting Alpha trading-Bots performance per February 2022

Boosting Alpha trading-Bots performance per February 2022

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Here is the monthly overview of all Boosting Alpha trading bots from Jan 31 to March 8. As we all know February has been a period of huge volatility.

The invasion into Ukraine by Russia has shocked the world and this has created shockwaves on the financial markets. In the crypto environment, this had created a gap between the “less risky” crypto assets like BTC and ETH and the more risky crypto assets (most others).

A negative result therefore could be seen in the HODL the Bottle bot series where most bots were active in the market with a HOLD strategy (they are periodic rebalancers) and mostly present in coins other than BTC and ETH. It looks like the month of March 2022 will also be primarily driven by developments in the war in Ukraine.

Roy Lenders, Boosting Alpha.

See:  “HODL the bottle top XX” .

 

Boosting Alpha trading-Bots performance per January 2022

Boosting Alpha January 2022

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Here are the results of the month of January 2022 for all of our trading bots. As everybody knows the month of January was a real disaster on the crypto markets, with BTC nose-diving with more than 20% and most other coins declining more than that.

During this month on average our bots declined with 6,8% in crypto and 8,8% in Euro terms. Obviously all trading bots with the BTC basecoin declined in Euro together with the value drop in Bitcoin. On the USDT based trading bots, lots of them stayed out of the markets or exited the market with a small drop. Notable exceptions here to our HODL series where most HODL bots decided to stay out of the market most of the month. Primarily our higher-risk USDT based bots unfortunately generated quite some losses comparable to the overall market drop.

The crypto market has now been in Bear territory for 3 months now, lets hope the bottom of the market has been reached and that we will move into more favourable market sentiment again. In those 3 months BTC declined from USD 68.000 to USD 38.000 now which is a 44% decline. Most other coins however declined with more than 50% from their highest levels. In contrast our bots declined on average with 16% in basecoin and 21% in Euro over these 3 months.

As we all know, in the crypto spot market it is only possible to take Long positions.

Roy Lenders, Boosting Alpha.

 

Boosting Alpha trading-Bots performance per December 2021

Boosting Alpha trading-Bots performance per December 2021

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Here are the December results for all bots from Boosting Alpha, Noogieman, Illuminati, Dagobert Buck and Team Dakar.

Where Bitcoin decreased in value in December with roughly 17%, the average decline in our trading bots was 5% in crypto terms (basecoin) and 8% in EUR terms. Some of our BTC-based bots managed to increase the amount of BTC in this period (while in EUR terms they declined since BTC value got lower).

Also notable mentions for our HODL the Bottle series. Almost all of them (except the top 35 and top 40 versions) remained stable because they decided to stay out of the market in December which was a very good choice off course.

Roy Lenders, Boosting Alpha

 

Related: Boosting Alpha introducing BTC/BNB based Bots.

 

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