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Bitfinex Honey Framework and Honey Change Log

Honey Framework 3.27 and Honey 1.05

The Honey Framework is a powerful tool that allows users to program their own custom order types and trading strategies. It integrates directly into the bitfinex.com trading interface, providing users with a native experience.

Honey is the web version of the Honey Framework, allowing algorithmic trading to be more accessible for everyone, from anywhere. Users can access Honey directly through their web browsers without having to install the application on their devices: http://api.bitfinex.com/honey

We’re pleased to share the latest updates to the Honey Framework. For more on the Honey Framework, please refer to https://blog.bitfinex.com/tag/honey-framework/


  • Show open orders/positions on chart 
  • Fixed display-only trades put by strategy itself on live strategy executor 
  • Restored fade-out animation in notification sidebar 
  • Fixed style issues related to backtesting feature 
  • Fixed style issues with strategy execution fees 
  • Fixed missing i18n translations 
  • Feature: generate strategy execution results 
  • Fixed testusd being shown on production mode 
  • Fixed issue with CoinGecko link 
  • Improved webapp version layouts and added support for mobile devices 
  • Feature: export backtest trades 
  • Fixed memory leak issues with use of tour guide 
  • Disabled mobile screen support for standalone app 


  • Fixed package dependencies
  • Removed debug entries

Strategy and Strategy-Exec:

  • Fixed issue related to updating indicator data


  • Fixed issue related to fs/promises that occurred on node v12.x
  • Added feature for tracing algo order signals 


  • Cleaned up dead code