Popularity Poll: Bots Top-15, Q2/Q3-2021, 505 ratings by 152 users

This is the fourth post about bot “popularity”. It is getting a ever increasing long list. For now we have to stick to this long list of Bots and the Creators.
The approach for this poll has been reconsidered and does not specifically take into account the Risk Classifications (RC).

Unfortunately the RC is regarded of little practical use. One important reason being the fact that the RC is dynamic and can change over time, any time. It is an indication that requires some moths of in production. It is not a Bot Creator property but a RevenYOU dynamic risk indicator. So far there are no Bots available in the 3rd RC, Low (1-4) category.

We recommend to use this Poll-list in conjunction with How Crash-proof are Bots Creators bots poll, to judge your potential selected bots. And yes, it is a long list of BOTS-Names and ever growing. This means that you require additional selection and spreading criteria.
At this point in time,  that is after the 19 May 2021  BitcoinBitcoin crash, we can draw conclusions, not only about the Bot popularity and how the bots are valued by the investors, but also about the Bot Creator reputation.

Popularity Polls Bots Top-15 of 505 recorded votes by 152 voters 28 on August 2021
Popularity Polls Bots Top-15 of 505 recorded votes by 152 voters on 28  August 2021.

The Top-15 Bots by 5 BOTS-Creators:

7 x (AB) Agga Team Bots,
2 x (BA) Boosting Alpha, 1 x (TN) The Noogieman™,
2 x (DE) Dembots,
2 x (AT) Altrady,
1 x (TT) Team To The Moon.

Compared to the previous post  Popularity Poll: Bots Top-15, Q2-2021, 350 ratings by 100 users  the Bot Creator share has slightly changed.
In total the 7  Bots out of the Bots Top 15, Agga Team Bots are in favour of our voters, both older but mostly relatively new Bots.
We have extended the Top-15 Bot Creators with the 15 most popular, out of the 40 year to date, publishers.

These 15 Bot Creators are responsible for 446  of the 505 recorded votes in this poll.
The graph below shows the Bots distribution over the Top 15 Bot Creator ranking.

2021-08-29-Poll-Q2/Q3-2021-28 August
2021-08-29-Poll-Q2/Q3-2021-28 August.

Interesting to notice that the recently new series HODL the bottle top the “HODL the bottle top 35” and – 40  (Top 3 to 40) by Boosting Alpha,  now hold the 3th and 4th position whereas the 1st and 2nd position are now in Agga hands.

2021-08-29-Poll List Q2/Q3-2021-28 August
2021-08-29-Poll List Q2/Q3-2021-28 August.

Dembots (DE) (aka DemaTrading.ai (DT)) almost share their position with Altrady (AT) at Bots level.
Track This Out (TO) is out of the Top 5 and switched their position with Team To The Moon (TT). As you see still TT comfortable in the Top 15 that is closed by Atama.ai (AA).

 

For context see: the Tables-Quadrant

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

 

 

How crash-proof are Bots?

“How crash-proof are Bots?
How will RevenYOU BOTS behave in a Bear-market?”

On the social media this was a  frequently asked question. The problem is that it needs time to draw such conclusions. Now curiously,  during exactly the first anniversary week of BOTS, we can now begin answer this question.
Why? Because during the first year of existence of the BOTS-Platform all went relatively smoothly, bullish or stable. Actually often with extreme yields.

Bots 1st anniversary week 2021

On the 19 May 2021  there was  a crash of BitcoinBitcoin and subsequently the whole crypto market.
How did the Bots survive, perform and recover?

We have created a Poll to rank individual Bots Creators for their crash-proof level. At this Creator level, because we already have a Bots Popularity Polls at the Bot level. Depending on how important you judge this aspect of performance-security, it can be a determining factor in this Poll.

Especially investors and traders who entered the market only recently, say this year, were shocked to see the volatility of Bitcoin (BTC) and many altcoins. Value and prices crashed by 50% or even more. This was a good opportunity to see how Bots behave specifically at the Creator level.  Was the damage limited or not, and how went performance recovery. This of course is valuable information for investors, new and experienced.

How crash-proof,  that is safe or secure are Bots produced by the diverse Bot Creators. This is where the Poll is all about. Some Bots have performed very well some even extremely well. However this is the time to prove if they are crash-proof or not at all. And how important is that to you and your cryptocurrency portfolio.

The first crash-proof Poll on 28 May 2021 has now some meat on the bone, with 53 voters and 104 choices, and can now be used to draw workable conclusions.

Total of 104 recorded votes by 53 voters for this poll on 28 May 2021

Of the 28 Bot Creators the top 5 have almost all the votes. The remaining developers or producers have only one or no votes.

  • The number 1 is Agga Team Bots (AB), by far the best reputation with regard being crash-proof.
  • The number 2 and 3 being one of the oldest producers is  Boosting Alpha (BA) and the BA trademark The Noogleman (TN).
  • The number 4 is Atmos (AM) and is one of the new Creators with currently  6 Bots. Three dated before the crash and 3 after the crash date.
  • Altrady (AT), also an “older” producers, with many non-USDT basecoin Bots.

Depending on your portfolio involvement, passive and even defensive, average or active and even aggressive, the Creator choice is important. Apart of the Risk Classification (RC) per Bot, this poll may be useful for you and other investors, in combination with the Bots Popularity Polls.

 

Popularity Poll: Bots Top-15, Q2-2021, 350 ratings by 100 users

Our first Bots Top-10 in two Risk Classifications is dated 28 December 2020.  The second was:  Popularity Polls Bots Top-15, with over 200 user-ratings.

This is the third post about bots “popularity”.
The approach for these polls has been reconsidered. The most important reason for this is the Risk Classifications (RC).
The division in Risk Classifications is no longer used.
The reason is two fold:

  • The Bots Risk Classification is dynamic and can change over time, dramatically. For the purpose of Polls the RC is just one of the many aspects to be considered.
    So far there are no Bots available in the 3rd RC, Low (1-4) category. Due to these dynamics the value is limited.
  • How useful is the RC division for popularity ratings. Not only is the value limited, it is also under discussion with regard to cryptocurrency in general.

And yes, it is a long list of BOTS-Names and growing.
At this point in time we can draw conclusions about the Bot popularity and how the selected bots are valued by the investors. The investor may be you but new-comers in bots valuable the input even more.

On the poll-page users can indicate there experience and satisfaction with bots. The bot-strategy should be an important aspects, because this is important to all users. Aspects to take into consideration are: Overall performance, risk versus yield, stability vs volatility, Bots Creator score, availability (=to start) etc.
Do not forget that you can re-issue you votes at any time.  In principle the “Poll” is always actual. This with exception of the archive or historic polls.

Popularity Polls Bots Top-15, 8 May 2021
Popularity Polls Bots Top-15 of 350 recorded votes by 100 voters  on 8 May 2021.

The Top-15 Bots by 5 BOTS-Creators:

7 x (AB) Agga Team Bots,
3 x (DE) Dembots,
2 x (BA) Boosting Alpha,
2 x (AT) Altrady,
1 x (TO) TTO, Track This Out.

Interesting to notice that the recently new series “HODL the bottle top 35” and – 40  by Boosting Alpha,  hold the 1st and 2nd position.
In total the 7 out of 15 Agga Team Bots are in favour of our voters, both older but mostly relatively new Bots.  Dembots (aka DemaTrading.ai ) also have a solid position.

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

Blog post: How crash-proof are Bots?

Popularity Polls Bots Top-15, with over 200 user-ratings

Our first Bots Top-10 in two Risk Classifications is dated 28 December 2020. This is our Bots Popularity Polls Top-15, based on over 200 validated user-ratings.

This is the second post about bots “popularity”. Again a poll for two, out of three, Risk Classifications (RC). In the 3rd RC, Low (1-4), there are currently now bots available. The Bots Risk Classification is dynamic and can change over time. For the purpose of Polls the RC is just one of the aspects to be judged.

Whereas in the first blog-post I wrote that it requires more substance to draw conclusions. At this point in we can draw conclusions about the Bot popularity and how the selected bots are valued by the inverters.
That investor may be you. New-comers thank you for your input.

On the poll-page users can indicate there experience and satisfaction with bots. The bot-strategy should be an important aspects, because this is important to all users. Aspects to take into consideration are: Overall performance, risk versus yield, stability vs volatility, Bots Creator score, availability (=to start) etc.
Do not forget that you can re-issue you votes at any time.  In principle the “Poll” is always actual.

Bots Popularity Poll. RC: Average (5-8)

Bots Popularity Polls Top-15, with over 200 user-ratings.

Total Voters: 100 

Bots Popularity Poll. RC: High (9-12)

Bots Popularity Polls Top-15, with over 200 user-ratings.

Total Voters: 106

Total Polls: 2
Total Polls’ Answers: 68
Total Votes Cast: 407
Total Voters: 205

*  The highlighted bots are mine. At the time of this impression. Answers is the number of Bots.

Popularity Polls Bots Top-10 in two Risk Classifications

This is the first post about bots “popularity”.  A poll for two, out of three, bot Risk Classifications (RC). In the 3rd Risk Classification, Low (1-4) there are currently now bots available. The Bots Risk Classification (RC) is dynamic and can change over time. For the purpose of Polls this is just an indication.

Although it requires more substance to draw conclusions, it is a good start to know how users value their selected bots.

On the poll-page users can indicate there experience and satisfaction with bots. The bot-strategy should be an important aspects, because this is important to other users. Aspects to take into consideration are: Overall performance, risk versus yield, stability vs volatility, Bots Creator score, availability (=to start) etc.

Bots Popularity Poll. Risk Classification: Average (5-8)

 Risk Classification: Average (5-8)

Total Voters: 31

Bots Popularity Poll. Risk Classification: High (9-12)

Risk Classification: High (9-12)

Total Voters: 33

Total Polls: 2
Total Polls’ Answers: 58
Total Votes Cast: 151
Total Voters: 64

*  The highlighted bots are mine. At the time of this impression.