KryptoOracle: A Real-Time Cryptocurrency Price Prediction Platform Using Twitter Sentiments

@article{Mohapatra2019KryptoOracleAR,
  title={KryptoOracle: A Real-Time Cryptocurrency Price Prediction Platform Using Twitter Sentiments},
  author={Shubhankar Mohapatra and Nauman Ahmed and Paulo S. C. Alencar},
  journal={2019 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data)},
  year={2019},
  pages={5544-5551}
}
Cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, are becoming increasingly popular, having been widely used as an exchange medium in areas such as financial transaction and asset transfer verification. However, there has been a lack of solutions that can support real-time price prediction to cope with high currency volatility, handle massive heterogeneous data volumes, including social media sentiments, while supporting fault tolerance and persistence in real time, and provide real-time adaptation of… Expand
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