As Arbitrai team, we are delighted to offer the Arbitrage Robot to your liking as a result of our long work. With the Arbitrage Robot, you can easily make arbitrage trades between your accounts on Binance, Poloniex, BTCTurk, Coinzo, Bitstamp, Kraken, Kucoin, Bitfinex, Coinbase and Bittrex exchanges.
Despite being an advanced software, which is very easy and simple to use, you can reach the sample user videos of the Arbitrage Robot on our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1beN6cYNQhi0VX2ZoklasQ
Hundreds of different bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchanges and tens of thousands of different cryptocurrencies offer us amazing arbitrage opportunities.
However, as a result of the development of robot systems and institutional investors entering the crypto market, these arbitrage opportunities disappear in a very short time.
The easiest way to catch these opportunities correctly is to determine the markets to be arbitrated and to operate our robot in these markets.
The algorithm of the Arbitrage Robot is based on the value investment logic that the famous investor Warren Buffet also advocates. We adapted this approach to our robot’s algorithm as follows.
First of all, 2 different markets to be arbitrated, namely the cryptocurrency parity, are determined. These 2 parities can either be in the same crypto exchange or 2 different parities belonging to 2 different crypto exchanges. It is necessary to hold assets in 2 different parities in order to instantly aribrate and not miss the opportunity. Our robot takes the current price from the source parity instantly and sends the buy and sell waiting orders to the target parity by adding the profit margin determined by the user. Once it submits orders, it manages by constantly updating the orders it sends to the target parity according to each price change in the source parity. As soon as a buy and sell takes place on the target parity, it performs the same amount of reverse transactions in the source market, realizing your earnings and completing the arbitrage transaction.
You can find detailed information on the Arbitrage Robot’s official website: https://arbitragerobot.com