Ruby library for Deribit API

I just want to introduce the new open-source Ruby library for Deribit API. Here is a short intro, for more information please check the source code repo and documentation. Installation gem install deribit-api Successfully installed deribit-api-0.1.2 1 gem installed Usage require 'deribit-api' client = Deribit::Client.new Get last 3 option trades via HTTP API: trades = client.trades 'options', count: 3 trades.first.instrument BTC-10MAY19-5500-P Stream ongoing trades via Websocket API: [Read More]

Tradingview indicators: weekly/monthly close

I’ve decided to release a few personal indicators that I use in day by day trading and here is the first one: Weekly/Monthly close. Here is the the source code if you want to dig more into it. It’s a simple support/resistance indicator that overlays last week/month’s close price and can be configured in two modes: tracking mode - to display last week/month’s close as a single price line (1st image) history mode - to display all weekly/monthly history close prices (2nd image) Close prices are great deal to me, especially on higher timeframes and I see the price bouncing off these close lines again and again. [Read More]

Idiomatic Ruby library for BitMEX API

Fully featured, idiomatic Ruby library for BitMEX API. Support for both REST and Websocket APIs as described in API Overview. Installation gem install bitmex-api Usage Listen for live trades in 3 lines of code: # Importing library... 2.5.3 :001 > require 'bitmex-api' => true # Create client... 2.5.3 :002 > client = Bitmex::Client.new => #<Bitmex::Client:0x00007fae7a569598 @host="www.bitmex.com", @api_key=nil, @api_secret=nil> # Spit out live trades as they happen... 2.5.3 :003 > client. [Read More]