Live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive
OK, Good News First: I ran across this https: Opened the live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive list and discovered lots of crypto pairs and futures that had not been there before and started to get excited, but then noticed an oddity So I created another instrument with the same data only of type 'Forex' and then started getting live feed. One caveat tho, to get a solid historical live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive of minute data loaded you will have to go to the Historical Live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive dialog and download it 7 days at a time.
It seems there is an issue with the API request being able to process large interval periods. Going off to work but wanted to put this out there for those wanting to get BTC data to test against their live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive. Will explore further in couple days and report new progress. Big Props to Samuel Reed for the work done on this plug in so far. Many thx for this post, as I couldnt quite figure out how to deal with that stock thing.
Finally, I was even able to load the original stock xbtusd tweaking it I dont quite remember what exactly I changed that let me load it, I guess I added a symbol in the provider symbol list. You can even get a tick chart, which is what I needed, but in this case you will only have real time data plotted on the chart. It only live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive the option for futures. I tried creating futures contracts for xbtusd with different parameters but it didnt work.
However, creating custom instruments for use with Bitmex and the expected behavior is not documented on our end. Since Bitmex is technically a third-party add-on, I would recommend contacting BitMEX support directly to learn more about the possibilities when creating custom instruments intended to work with their connection and how level II data may be affected. I am also unable to load this instrument in the SuperDOM.
I would recommend reaching out to BitMEX support to report what is occurring. Are you able to get historical tick data into you nt platforms? I mean, you get frequent connection drops you just stop getting any data, even though you are connected and the connection indicator is greenthere's no last price marker in super dom. Well that's too bad. I wouldn't be risking any money with a junk platform like that.
I was hoping to hear some good info about it, but it seems you are confirming what I've already read on the Bitmex reddit feed. There are a ton of complaints about the system freezing and not accepting orders etc. Definitely not the kind live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive place you want to actively trade leveraged futures, bin there done that back in the day with the mt4 bucketshops.
I guess I will check out the bitfinex api. It seems they have the best trading engine in the business for live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive, from what I've read. Hopefully the ninjatrader plugin is unproblematic. Bitmex looks enticing anyway, since I dont know any other major exchange offering futures on crypos or any considerable leverage.
You can't enter an order with even a stop attached, have to key it in separately, and slowly, on a platform that regularly freezes and refuses orders, on a market that can move at light speed And to be honest, do you really need much leverage with bitcoin? I'm definitely going to check out the bitfinex api though as it allows historical and real time tick data feed and order entry from ninjatrader. Looks like you can't enter an oco or an attached stop, but at least you can do apply a stop pretty quickly via chart trader If you could do an oco or auto-attached stop with your order on these exchanges I wouldn't be so wary about them, but the fact is they can't handle all of the order flow they are getting and Bitmex in particular has a system where they freeze out new orders when the market maker bots overload their system.
I would never enter an order on an exchange set up that way without an oco order, or at least a stop attached to the entry order. Seems like a bucketshop in that respect. I might try out Bitfinex with a small account just to check it out, but really hoping the volumes on the CBOE start gaining some real traction in the new year I've been eyeing Bitfinex too, it would be great if you could share your experience of it here.
Hopefully it works out better than Bitmex. I will let you know about the bitfinex api when I try it, but it probably won't be until February. Bitfinex have stopped opening new accounts until Mid Jan as they claim their system is overloaded with new applications and they want to expand their infrastructure before opening it up to new traders. I'm just going to paper trade it on CBOE and Kinetick for a month or so and follow the bitfinex story for a while before risking any money with it.
It's seems like a very risky outfit at the moment You just look at the volumes and spreads, compared to Bitmex. Looks like it's gonna take quite a bit for any real bitcoin trading to get going on these exchanges.
If you can't get historical tick data into ninjatrader from Bitmex then I don't see the point of setting it up. If it's realtime data only, something about it just sounds underdeveloped and fishy. Can you be sure the volume data you are getting is correct and corresponds with the ticks? What happens when you restart nt8, does all the data disappear? I can't work with that I don't think it will be long before CBOE starts doing volume.
Most brokerages that will be offering it are still just rolling it out to customers. And once the first ETF get's approved based on Gemini exchange, which is full compliant and regulated and ready to live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive, there will be lots of volume coming into the contract Live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive say six months and it will be deep enough for day trading I never use volume data so I don't care about it being correct.
I haven't tested this with the BitMEX addon specifically, however, you could enable 'record live data as historical': Keep in mind that live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive data must be actively flowing into the platform for this to work. In other words, NinjaTrader must be connected for the data to be recorded. If you are not using volume in your trading you could get perfect data from kinetick.
I don't have kinetick setup as I think it's overpriced. I'm just not convinced by the Bitmex api for ninjatrader at this time. Furthermore, I don't see how an exchange can bill itself as an exchange for 'professionals' when their order entry platform doesn't offer a basic oco live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive attached stop functionality.
No dom price ladder, no chart trading, etc And of course their trading engine freezes you out as soon as their market maker bots decide to jam trading engine with high frequency orders. Sounds like a bucket shop scam to me if I've ever heard of one Imagine you are trading in a fast moving market and unable to choose a price quickly on a dom, if you get filled it will be at a terrible price, otherwise you order will bounce due to their freeze rule.
Imagine you do get filled and you now want to put a stop in and they disconnect you or freeze you out What pisses me off is that all that bitcoin stuff is supposed to be high-tech, right? And what you get is you can't even connect a desktop trading program so that it functions normally. The only thing these buckshop owners care about is lining their pockets with your money, nothing new about that I heard Michael Novogratz on bloomberg just last week mention Bitfinex as the best and most liquid venue out there, and the owner of the exchange has a hedge fund that arbs Bitfinex with Bitstamp, so seems to me this is the best bet at the moment.
Haven't read about any problems with their platform or trading engine freezing like Bitmex. In fact it is a policy of Bitmex, a freaking policy to freeze out your orders There are so many trading opportunites, and so much volatility, if you are consistent, you can run up a small account with 3.
In bitcoin, 5x would be perfect, imo. I will try Bitfinex in the new year. There is a demo for their ninjatrader front end api, and I will give it a try in January before buying it It's sold by https: Bitfinex has the volume, real volume, live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive fake market maker ultra-leveraged volume at Bitmex I love the way it trades, and I love the fact that it is decentralized etc.
I'm just waiting to see if live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive provide an audit for it, and how that all plays out before going in If it proves to be legit and safe, I'd have no problem parking some money in it Can anybody who is using the ninjatrader bitmex api tell me if simultaneously running the api to bitmex and connecting to a futures brokerage for live trading causes any issues in NT8? Live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive is no technical limitation to having Bitmex and a live futures connection active simultaneously.
Does this mean that their api product that delivers their data is not of high enough quality to be included in the Ecosystem? Hi Patrick, Live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive am interested in getting tick data from Bitmex for Ninjatrader 8. Somewhere in the thread you or another support hand indicated that saving chart data as historical would provide a solution. Does this present a problem for updating my CQG datafeed charts with refreshed historical data on restart? If I set record live data as historical, does that imply that any errors in the recorded chart data will not get refreshed and corrected with accurate historical data from the server upon restart?
The suggestion to enable 'record live data as historical' in the context of this thread was because no historical data was being received from the data provider and therefore it would be useful to record the live data as historical.
If you receive historical data from your data provider, then enabling 'record live data as historical' is redundant. In fact, it is specifically mentioned in the help guide to NOT enable 'record live data as historical' if you receive historical data from your data provider: This is live bitcoinusd in ninja at last archive possible. You may find that you do not run into any issues. However, if you experience issues when reloading futures data then you'll need to disable one or the other 'record live data as historical', 'get data from server' to troubleshoot the issue.
Please let me know how to fix this issue, I would like to see the actual volume coming in from bitmex. I experience the same behavior. Please reach out to Bitmex support to learn more about if volume data is supported through the connection with NinjaTrader. With that said, I was unable to test this as of yet as the volume of these instruments is quite low.
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