PyChain 2022 is excited to announce a keynote by Federico Cardoso explaining how Hummingbot, the open-source high-frequency trading bot framework, can be used to create arbitrage, market-making and other algorithmic strategies for cryptocurrency trading.
About Federico Cardoso
Federico holds a machine learning professorship at the University of Buenos Aires. He has seven years of experience working in different roles on Python, machine learning and quant finance. He is currently working as the engineering lead at Hummingbot, and before this he held roles at CTF Capital and Pepsi.
Hummingbot is an open-source client-side framework that helps you build, manage, and run automated trading strategies, or bots. Hummingbot’s mission is to democratize high-frequency trading (HFT) through open-source technology. Launched in 2019, Hummingbot is the leading bot project in crypto, with 36k+ installs and connectors to 20+ exchanges such as Coinbase, Binance, and Huobi.
Hummingbot is written in Python. For the speed-critical parts, Hummingbot is using CPython extensions that compile to native code for optimal performance. Hummingbot's Github repository has more than 100 contributors and 4000 followers.
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PyChain 2022 is the first online blockchain conference targeting the Python ecosystem and developers. The topics cover quantitative finance and AI, APIs, trading automation, web3, smart contract development, blockchain core development, security and testing. The goals of the event include introducing blockchain development to new developers and sharing the best practices across different blockchain community boundaries.
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