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  1. I have been hesitant to talk openly about my trading project. The main edge I have is my algo's assumed uniqueness (hopefully). I am willing to talk about it in general terms......... I have created an algo that on back testing, cumulatively returns between %200 to %1200 for the last year (before bull run) depending on what asset it is applied to (long only, no margin). I have found that creating a trading bot is relatively simple. It is all of the other elements around it that can get crazy e.g. api's, db, multi threading/processing, hardware, servers, security etc.
  2. Try some different types..... If you get good results with backtesting, you could try small amounts in a live test. This library should help with the heavy lifting. https://github.com/mrjbq7/ta-lib
  3. some other options are............ LInux on bootable usb. https://ubuntu.com/tutorials/try-ubuntu-before-you-install#1-getting-started Tails for amnesiac linux. This also has options to disable networking on boot. https://tails.boum.org/install/ You can then have a secure operating system on any computer that you can boot from usb. Nothing is 100% safe though........
  4. Thanks. My results on initial testing are very encouraging I missed that one. I will check it out.
  5. That almost describes what I am doing as well lol. I found the hardest part was organising and keeping track of data related to each asset (hello graph db). Just starting to program walk forward validation with my test results. Good luck.
  6. This site may have some tools to help with your problem. https://xrplorer.com/
  7. You could create a linux (ubuntu, mint etc) bootable flash drive. Ledger has a desktop ledger live linux version. https://ubuntu.com/tutorials/create-a-usb-stick-on-ubuntu#1-overview https://www.ledger.com/ledger-live/download if you want to be even more security conscious, you could look at setting up tails(amnesiac linux). It is a bit harder though........ https://tails.boum.org/install/
  8. I don't think it is an ETH fork. I read somewhere that is some kind of XRPL fork/clone hybrid thing (utility fork).
  9. I was using Toast wallet(worked great), but it looks like there are problems at the moment. https://bithomp.com/wallets/desktop. You need to download the linux installer for tails(extract and click on RippleAdminConsole in tails). You will also need to enable a persistent partition to store your wallet software and seed/secret. You can store your seed/secret in many different ways e.g. digital wallet(bithomp), paper wallet, encrypted file (keepass, vera crypt etc), tails(already encrypted), tattoo.....etc, or combination. A good idea is to test a offline signed tra
  10. Yes, it is know for wash trading, just sharing my observation.
  11. I have been observing the relationship between the exchange Zb and Binance etc. Zb volume is loosing it's dominance in the short term, which is I believe is an indicator of price increase rather than decrease. if we cross under $0.22 with volume (especially from Zb) then......... You can check volumes here: https://xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/xrp-markets Unfortunately there is no graph, but there are different time scales.
  12. I noticed this the other day. https://xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/metrics
  13. This will become a major pain point in the coming years imho. You could look into cointracking.info I am currently building my own software at the moment (personal use only), and it is challenging to say the least. At least I can set a single geographic location and accounting method (lifo etc), which gives me a chance of finishing this year. No more exchange hopping. Two or three quality exchanges at the most from now on lol.
  14. I believe the price will go up at some point in the future (past my DCA). No idea when though. For now just up and down lol.
  15. I have a small trading stash, but 90% is on ice. I am a fan of DCA. I think most Hodlers should be in the green band if they have been accumulating on a regular basis. Only 7 out of 28 months (approximately) were above 48-50 cents. I see the value, so I keep adding to my position. But.... everyone makes their own decisions. I am just showing a different perspective. weekly chart.
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