AI enabled Trading, or AITRA, is a platform developed for automated and accurate trading signals for top and trending cryptocurrencies. Aitra’s machine learning algorithms are developed and trained to provide you the best buy and sell signals for maximum short and long term profits.
Trained and equipped with state-of-the-art algorithms along with machine learning capabilities, Aitra helps you view past performances and possible outcomes of the digital assets and equips you with the best possible pump or dump signals to maximize your ROI. All data points or technical analysis that are popular to determine the future of a coin using the EMA, SMA, Price Resistance & Supports, and many more are used collectively with inputs from the top exchanges like Binance, Huobi, Bitmex, Coinbase Pro, Kraken, Bitfinex, etc. in determining the best possible uptrend or downtrend for a crypto asset. The machine learning adds another layer to these algorithms and helps in the best possible buy and sell scenarios to maximize your trading performance.
Aitra's platform provides users the ability to view the AI Trading signals, integrate our API with their own bots, connect to API enabled exchanges for automated trading, select which signals they want to receive, and set up notifications for E-Mail or SMS.
Aitra’s platform is 100% powered by masternodes with benefits of pump/dump signals for the top trending coins. Enjoy additional benefits of the Aitra network by not only hosting an AITRA node but also by making the best use of the trading signals derived from top most exchanges across the world, all under one platform and in one click of the mouse.
|Coin Name : AITRA Coin||Start Block||End Block||Reward||MN Reward||MN %||Staking Reward||Staking %||Total Blocks||Total Coin||Total Supply|
|Ticker : AITRA||1||200||18000.00||-||-||-||-||200||3600000.00||360,000,000.00|
|Masternode Collateral : 20000||201||10000||3.00||3.00||100%||0.00||0%||9800||29400.00|
|Block Distribution : 100% MN||10001||20000||4.00||4.00||100%||0.00||0%||10000||40000.00|
|Total Supply : 360 000 000||20001||30000||5.00||5.00||100%||0.00||0%||10000||50000.00|
|Premine : 3 600 000 (1%)||30001||40000||5.50||5.50||100%||0.00||0%||10000||55000.00|
|Block Time : 60 Sec||40001||70000||6.00||6.00||100%||0.00||0%||30000||180000.00|
|Maturity : 61 block||70001||80000||7.00||7.00||100%||0.00||0%||10000||70000.00|
Aitra’s AI algorithm incorporates many commonly used trading tools that help determine the best buy or sell signal for an asset. It runs by checking the 1, 2, 3, 4, 12, or 24hr charts. The larger the amount of time you set your settings, the better the trade will be, this is due to easier and successful patterns that Aitra can see; however users will have the choice if they feel like an asset is particularly more profitable in a shorter time frame.
The exponential moving average (EMA) is a moving average (MA) which is calculated based on recent data. The exponentially weighted moving average (EMA) algorithm is trained to react to recent price changes than the simple moving average (SMA) which calculates based on an average over a long period. A 15 and 30 day exponential moving averages (EMAs) can be used and analyzed for short-term trading whereas 60, 90, or 150 day EMAs are used to indicate a long-term trend for the trading coin.
A simple moving average (SMA) is calculated on the average of a selected day range of prices, usually closing prices for the day divided by the number of days in that range. SMA is a technical indication to derive if a coin price will continue or reverse or whether the coin is headed towards a bull/bear market. SMA is customizable by trader as it can be calculated for various time periods and helps in deriving the average price of the coin over the time period specified. An up-trend in SMA indicates the coin’s price is on the rise and a down-trend means that price of the asset is decreasing. The longer the time period selected for SMA the less volatility is revealed and vice versa.
The RSI (relative strength index) is a movement indicator used for analysis calculating the magnitude of recent price changes to determine overbought or oversold conditions in the price of a coin. It is represented as an oscillating line and show the range between 0 to 100. This indicator was developed by J. Welles Wilder Jr. and introduced in his seminal 1978 book, "New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems." If the RSI indicates a value of 70 and above it means that the coin is becoming overbought or overvalued and may have a reversal or slump in price. Similarly, RSI reading of 30 or below indicates a coin may be oversold or undervalued in the current market.
Traditional volume of trade is represented by the X-axis whereas Volume profile is shown on the Y-axis. Traditionally the regular volume of trade is the volume by time, i.e. regular volume (on the X-axis) shows how many transactions happened in that period. Volume profile on the other hand is based on price point and tells you how many transactions happened at each price point. The longer the bar is, the more transactions happened at that price. Hence regular volume is trading volume by time but volume profile is trading volume by price.
Volume Profile Visible Range (VPVR) is a basic volume profile tool that traders use and it is represented as a histogram. VPVR shows the volume traded in a particular price level from the candles shown on the screen.
Volume Profile Fixed Ranged (VPFR) is same as VPVR and the only difference is that you can define the start and end time range and see the volume profile only for that period.
Volume Profile Session Volume (VPSV) is the representation of the volume profile for all the sessions shown on a trading chart. Each session is usually represented by a day and it remains the same (1 day trend) with the change of time period of the trading chart.
Bollinger Bands are a technical analysis tool developed by and registered to John Bollinger for generating oversold or overbought price signals. There are three lines that compose Bollinger Bands: A simple moving average (middle band) and an upper and lower band. The upper and lower bands are typically 2 standard deviations +/- from a 20-day simple moving average, but can be modified. Bollinger Bands® are a highly popular technique used by traders worldwide. If the middle band is closer to the prices of the upper band, it indicates that the coin is getting overbought the market, and the closer the prices move to the lower band, the more oversold and undervalued in the market. John Bollinger set 22 rules to adhere to when using the bands as a trading system.
The Fibonacci ratios are a popular tool in the stock market and crypto trading is not different. The technical traders use them to determine critical price points where a coin’s current price trend is likely to reverse. The Fibonacci retracements are the most commonly used formula from all Fibonacci tools because it is relatively simple, and can be applied over any trading instrument. They are used to draw support lines, identify resistance levels, place stop-loss orders, and set target prices for buy/sell. Fibonacci retracement levels are represented by horizontal lines that indicate the possible locations of support and resistance levels and it can indicate how much of a prior move the coin price has retraced.
Financial trading analysts use price support and resistance levels to identify the price points on a chart where the probabilities favor a pause or reversal of a trend. The support is applicable where a downtrend is expected to stop due to a concentration of demand and resistance applies where an uptrend is expected to stop due to a concentration of supply. The market psychology plays a major role as traders and investors remember the past and react to changing conditions to anticipate future market movement. Support and resistance areas are represented in the trading charts using trend-lines and moving averages (MA).
Aitra started in June 2020, the last of the 2nd Quarter of this year. Below you will find our roadmap starting at the 3rd Quarter of 2020.
July - September 2020
October - December 2020
January - March 2021
April - June 2021
Aitra Desktop will be the main GUI wallet. This wallet will be integrated with all features like storing, monitoring, and staking and is intended to be the centerpiece and default wallet of the Aitra platform.
AITRA-qt will include features like coin control, filtering, and masternodes but will not include platform-related features such as the marketplace or the signal feeds which are designed to be implemented on the Aitra Desktop or Application only.
Aitra mobile wallet will include simple public coin transfer functions and will be available on Google Play. Web wallet on the other hand can be accessed on the go from any browser with same functionalities without having to download.
Presale (50% of Premine)
All plans are paid in AITRA coin and vary on the average exchange price. Open Beta to be released by October 1, 2020.