Frequently Asked Questions

No one can predict the future with 100% certainty. Khaos Sight’s algorithm specializes in finding structures in the data that can be predictable with a high probability and propagates them into the future using state-of-the-art mathematical tools.
There is one main channel for each of the coins listed, each with two threads: one for each of the timeframes 4H and 1D. Predictions are posted in image form as frequently as the respective timeframe.
As time passes and new information is obtained,  the algorithm updates its knowledge of the system and reaccesses its prediction for the future. Although deviations are expected because of this, sometimes some particularly disruptive information appears which leads to an equally particular disruptive change with respect to previous predictions. This is especially present in markets with aggressive manipulation and volatility such as the cryptocurrencies market.

It corresponds to the expected deviation from each predicted value. Although it is an estimated value (and thus not absolute) it gives a notion of how accurate one expects the predictions to be.

They are a visual representation of the Expected Error. For example, if that error is 50 USDT, the deviations of the predicted candle values are expected to be contained withtin an interval of 50 USDT in size, represented by a corresponding orange bar.  This deviation might be upwards or downwards.

For now, the lowest available timeframe is 4H. This may change in the future with growing computational and human resources, although there is no guarantee as to when this might happen.
Depends on the system. The movement of a simple pendulum can be forecast into infitinity, while the predictions for the financial market can only be trusted up to some brief window of time. Khaos Sight’s predictions always forecast 3 candles into the future for all timeframes, with the expected accuracy of the candles decreasing the further in the future they are.

This is actually a highly non-trivial question but the short answer is: as trustable as they get. Khaos Sight uses a temporal cross-validation with custom score metrics in order to guarantee that it chooses the predictions with the highest probability of being correct. In other words, it looks into its performance in past data to try and infer how good it will be on future data.


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Yes. The algorithm can be used to predict any time dependent quantity. However, personalised predictions are not available at the moment.
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