Arby helps to find the most profitable and reliable arbitrage for novice and pro players in the cryptocurrency market.
Selection service of arbitrage in the cryptocurrency market.
Arby collects the latest data online (prices, trade volume, volume of orders placed, price dynamics and other information) from the important and reliable cryptocurrency exchanges, analyzes it and suggests users the most profitable options for arbitrage. Arby`s work result is displayed as a table, where users can set criteria of arbitrage - profit, transaction volume, transaction time, the level of reliability of the transaction, as well as a list of exchanges where they want to search for transactions.
Arby service has a number of unique features with no equivalent in the market.
- 1. Three profit calculation algorithms:
- 1) “Buy at Ask, sell at Bid» – this option is selected by default. When profit is calculated, the sale price from the first exchange is taken into account (the highest price among sellers’ orders) and the purchase price on the second exchange (the lowest price among sellers’ orders). Thus the “worst” prices for the user are taken into account. With this algorithm the profit value is the smallest, but consummating such a transaction is a more reliable and fast option, since the user does not need to wait for a certain (the most profitable price) transaction to buy an asset on the first exchange and to sale on the second, they occur instantly “at the market price”. Despite the use of such an algorithm, the number of transactions with a profit value of more than 5% does not fall below 20 at the moment.
- 2) «Buy at Bid, sell at Bid» – The purchase price on the first exchange and the purchase price on the second are taken into account. This algorithm is suitable for situations where a user is going to buy (on the first exchange) at the most profitable price for himself by placing a pending order, and then quickly sell it (on the second exchange) “at the market price”.
- 3) «Buy at Ask, sell at Ask» – The selling price on the first exchange and the selling price on the second are taken into account. This algorithm is suitable for situations where a user is going to quickly buy "at the market price" on the first exchange, and then placing a pending order to sell on the second exchange at the most profitable price.
- 2. The second significant feature of the service is a parameter called “Reliability”. The service analyzes a variety of factors for each currency pair and market trends as a whole over the past half hour, hour and day, and assigns to each pair the level of reliability of the transaction for this pair. The parameter has a five-point scale, where five points means a high reliability of the transaction, and one point is a low reliability. This option will allow new players to navigate the market and make a more balanced decision on the choice of the arbitration transaction.
- 3. The possibility of consummating an arbitrage transaction on a certain currency pair lasts only for a certain time - sometimes it is a few hours, sometimes an hour or half an hour. The more users take part in transactions on the same currency pair, the faster the opportunity to consummate an arbitration transaction on this pair ends. In order to compensate this negative impact of the crowd on the possibility of consummating transactions, the service automatically analyzes the number of active users and, when the critical number is reached, it divides users into groups, displaying for each group their own list of arbitrage transactions. With the available number of currencies and exchanges, even with this approach, a wide range of arbitrage transactions will be available to each group of the users. Everyone will benefit!
We do not limit ourselves to arbitration. We are working on the new services within the framework of Arby.Trade, which will also be designed to help both beginners and professionals to earn even more on the cryptocurrency market. We have plans for managing and monitoring our portfolio, monitoring the market, short-term and medium-term signals, intra-arbitration.