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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Kirill Kanishchev
Development of Analytical Service for Cryptotraders
Big Data Systems
(Master’s programme)
2019
This master’s thesis is dedicated to the description of the process of creating a specialized cryptotraders assistant service. The main goal of the work is the formation of a flexible data structure that allows maximum efficient use of the entire data array available on cryptocurrency exchanges. In the process of achieving this goal, various sources were considered and studied, devoted to both the theoretical and practical basis of the work of cryptocurrency exchanges, digital money traded on them, the cryptocurrency market, and the strategic goals of cryptotraders. In addition, technologies for the development and operation of the most popular services for cryptotraders, which are exist on the market, were studied. The structure of the work includes identifying all significant aspects of trading on a cryptocurrency exchange, identifying the processes for additional automatization, formulating the main tasks and components in the process of creating of a traders service, describing the steps for directly developing a minimum viable product (MVP) and target data structure, finding key points of traders contact requests with available data, the admission of a generalized decision on how to most effectively use of cryptocurrency exchanges data.

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