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QSN Javascript Client and Reference Implementation

A Javascript reference implementation of our client side API is available on github. It is fully documented and functional, with support for all major client features, including model loading, live quotes, as well as status and BBS messaging. This client is utilized by the QSN Risk Manager. Full source is available at the link below. […]

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Announcing QSN Risk Manager

We have released our BTC risk management and trading system for Chrome browsers. QSN Risk Manager is now available at the Chrome Web App Store as a free download. If you are an active Bitcoin trader, be sure to check it out.   QRM is implemented as a Chrome extension. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/qsn-risk-manager/mglbmemgcelnflklejcakacecblddgga Be sure to have […]

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Gold/BTC

The last month has been very interesting in the BTC markets. Just recently off the highs, BTC has become volatile once again. This month’s most noteworthy action was the large lead state carried by the BTC ratio models. Gold/BTC ratio hrs –   Early this morning, a large adaptation, followed by another large spike.

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Software Release

We have released a MtGox Websocket client library and placed it in the public domain. The client is written in Javascript for HTML5 browsers and released with the MIT license. The client is available at GitHub, using the below link. https://github.com/qsnjason/goxsocketjs

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Long Time No See

Several months have passed since our last blog posts. As our modeling and data platforms are quite stable at this point, we’ve decided to move on to developing trading tools. Over the last few months, we have developed a framework and codebase suitable for the generic application of automated trading. One of the first applications […]

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Yet another JPY closure

Quite remarkable, really. So many in such succession. EURJPY Standard EURJPY PM Implied

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Japan updated

We are no longer receiving data for the JGB market and have disabled our JGB models until data can be reacquired. In the meantime, the JPY markets remain volatile, the EURJPY model is now rather wide and may be about to close, but we are not participating. EURJPY Standard. This pattern continues to grow and […]

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JPY Update

Overnight, large adaptations caused early closures on both EURJPY models, indicating impending model volatility. This likely concludes our EURJPY party. Meanwhile, EURUSD is warming up and commodities are getting hot. Expect more on them in the coming days. EURJPY Standard EURJPY PM Implied

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Japan Saga Continues

Continuing from our recent Japan posts, we have the same story. Another closure on the EURJPY models again yield 100+pips. EURJPY Standard: EURJPY PM Implied:

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Japan Continued

Continuing on from our latest Japan ā€ˇposts, both EURJPY models have completed their closures for a total of 300 pips. Meanwhile, JGB models have crossed over into the negative as volatility in the market remains high. JGB Standard JGB Hybrid EURJPY Standard EURJPY PM Implied

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