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  • The API isn't easy, but it is relatively complete. People aren't going to spoon-feed you, so you need to read the docs and cross reference the info for yourself. For example, you ask about valid contract types... there is an API call called Contract…
  • Short-term CALLs and PUTs don't let you fix the entry price. I believe you can fix the entry price by specifying a barrier for some longer-term contracts.
  • When you send a "buy" request the response includes the contract_id, save this number. When the transaction response comes, check the following fields * contract_id = the id of the contract you are interested in * action = "sell" * amount …
  • Do you mean volume or tick volume? Volume is the total size of new trades over the time period, tick volume is just the number of price changes in the time period. Volume is available for stocks and indices, but not for forex pairs, nor for smar…
  • Someone else had a similar problem. https://binary.vanillacommunity.com/discussion/444/calling-api-tick-stop-on-50-values#latest I am using C# with WebSocketSharp-NonPreRelease available via nuget. The websocket stays open for a long time unless…
  • This 'momentum' strategy works on just about any asset, but when changing assets I need to practice a little to get the hang of the dynamics of the asset. It is similar to a breakout strategy. I wait for price to go higher than recent prices, and…
  • If you could predict them, binary would have calculated the payouts to give them a slight advantage. For example, an over 4 option will win if the last digit is 5 or higher - which should happen half the time - but the payout it only 96.1%. If…
  • I suggest you start with the python code sample on the code samples page. https://developers.binary.com/demos/ Then check the api playground for details of the various commands. https://developers.binary.com/api/
  • You have to take into account the fact that binary.com provide maximum one price per second, and that when you buy an option, they use the NEXT price as the execution price. In other words, you will have to anticipate the next second's movement. …
  • If I write my own trade duplicator, I can get commissions on all trades that it duplicates, but the duplicated trades will often have an execution delay of 1 second. I therefore have two questions... * Does binary's trade copying work instantan…
  • Quickness has little to do with it. There is only ever one price given per second, so you always have nearly a whole second to launch your trade. I don't know the binary.com's bot system, I could code one using the API, but so could many others.…
  • This has forced me to investigate parts of the API that I didn't know. Here is what I have added. My app subscribes to balance as well in order to have a higher chance of getting the right balance in a timely manner. My app subscribes to propo…
    in Problems Comment by jimmytee August 11
  • Lest we forget, binary.com only provide a maximum of one price per symbol per second. So most of the time your program will have nearly a full second to analyse each price and place an order.
  • Why is this information not mentioned on your website?
  • Do I really need to spell it out? * Trade so as to loose money until your balance is under 1000. * Log on to binary.com * Navigate to the Cashier page * Click on the button that says "Get USD 10,000.00"
  • This picture was taken 49 seconds after the trade ended. You highlighted a point on the graph which very imprecisely resumes the price movement between 05:25:20 and 05:25:29. The trade did end in the middle of this range, but the price could easily …
  • You need an API token with Read privileges from the trader you want to copy.
  • I have been trading using a martingale strategy and I have never seen a trade rejected other than when I try placing an order that is larger than the stated limit, or when the total volume of open trades is over their stated limit. What are the e…
  • dude, check out the payouts for rise and fall for 5 tick expiration. Sometimes they are BOTH over 100% simultaneously. BUT both contracts could end up loosing because if the exit price is identical to the entry price - you loose. So binary are st…