Turn a Raspberry Pi into a crypto trading bot #PiDay #RaspberryPi @Raspberry_Pi
u/Superalgos posts on Reddit turning a Raspberry Pi into a crypto trading bot with no extra hardware and open-source software.
This is what you’ll need for this cool Pi project:
Raspberry Pi 2GB RAM ($40). If you plan to run long (multi-year) backtests you will likely need the 4GB or 8GB version (2 GB is enough for shorter backtests and trading live).
Flash-card, 16Gb ($7).
Raspbian / Ubuntu ($0, open-source).
Node.JS ($0, open-source).
Git ($0, open-source).
Superalgos (0$, open-source).
The set up created is the minimum expression of a trading farm. If you have more Raspberries, or even old laptops or desktops gathering dust in the closet, pull them out, and set them up as new nodes on the Network!
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