BITCOIN PRICE PREDICTION USING MACHINE LEARNING
Keywords:Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, Machine learning, Blockchain, Long Short Term Memory(LSTM), Recurrent Neural Network(RNN), Prediction.
In this paper, we use the LSTM version of Recurrent Neural Networks, pricing for Bitcoin. To develop a better understanding of its price influence and a common view of this good invention, we first give a brief overview of Bitcoin again economics. After that, we define the database, including data from stock market indices, sentiment, and . in this investigation, we demonstrate the use of LSTM structures with the series of time mentioned above. In conclusion, we draw the Bitcoin pricing forecast results 30 and 60 days in advance.
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