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Hello community,

I am full vested in Meta Trader 4 knowledge, my Aunt is a professional forex trader and he coded a very successful expert advisor for Meta Trader 4 that automates his trading strategies and style.I Being new in the Ripple community and trading xrp, I have been searching for any trading bot that I can use to assist me in automating my own trading strategies, but so far I have found none.

So, I ask the community, is there any trading bot out there that I can download and try?  I know that some of you are using a bot and that bot must have been obtain from somewhere, I have spent hours googling and so far I have found none.

I currently own 1,080 xrp's that I am completely sure I am able to increase in a nice and healthy way, but if I can automate my own trading strategy and style it would be much better.


 

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I need a bot badly, tulo or anyone can hook me up with a bot, preferably one that I can configure myself, plz...  with my 1,080 xrp I wont be a competition with anyone and for a really long time since I am just a dead broke woman with broke parents struggling to make ends meet in College.

If I were to make a bot what would be the starting point, is this just a plugin that runs on xvvyun Desktop Client? or an online amazon hosted app that needs a hosted wallet?

Does the xvvyun Desktop Client support command line parameters that I can start/modify and stop a trade from the CMD command prompt?

PS.

If anyone PM's me a bot, I promise to keep it secret and wont share it with anyone.  This is my hobby I just want to do this to see how well I cam make this work.

Edited by Emily Walker

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1 minute ago, T8493 said:

If you have only 1080 XRP, then you won't be able to cover the costs of the electricity that is needed to run a bot.

Cost of electricity that is needed to run a bot? 

Is not like I will be mining Bitcoin with a power hungry asic, if I have to leave my PC on 24/7 that is not going to waste anymore electricity than my PC that currently do stay running on 24/7 downloading torrentz and my favourite movie.

Can you explain to me how would a PC bot waste so much electricity that I wont be able to afford?  Is this a special equipment that I need to buy that wastes all that power?

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If you already have computer running 24/7, then it won't use any additional electricity. But running a decent computer 24/7 is not very cheap (especially if you include costs of wear-and-tear). You'll probably make more money if you start turning off your computer ;)

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18 minutes ago, T8493 said:

If you already have computer running 24/7, then it won't use any additional electricity. But running a decent computer 24/7 is not very cheap (especially if you include costs of wear-and-tear). You'll probably make more money if you start turning off your computer ;)

and then I wont be able to watch my favourite movies and tv shows that requires a lot of time to download from torrents. ;) My costs of electricity is very cheap so I dont put any mind to the extra maybe $10 a month my computer waste on elec.

If I decide to create my own bot, what offline wallet should i be using that supports that find of function? what tools do I use to help me, I just need a starting point, I feel blind now.  On Forex I know what the starting point is, its Meta Trader 4, then I can create a simple text document on Notepad ++ and call it my expert advisor and import that on Meta Trader 4, following all syntax correctly MT4 should take it and there goes my automated trading, but opening an account with a brokerage is not cheap, the cheapest quality broker with very low spread requires a minimum deposit of $1000 money that I dont have, let alone I dont even have a bank account or a credit card. 

Since I can't use Meta Trader 4 for xrp trading, I just need a platform or a starting point that can make the sky all clear on me and finally give me something to start working on.

 

PS.
You can't be paranoid on what the things costs to run electricity wise, if you start thinking too much about that soon you are going to see yourself not running anything, not even a light bulb just to see how low the elec bill comes next month.  Worrying about these kind of things is not necessary, its important to also have fun in life, but with moderation and as long as you can afford it with as much money or little money you make.

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I would like to make an offer for those who decide to share a or their bot with me.  The sharing doesn't have to be here publicly, you can PM me with a download link for your bot and I promise not to tell anyone and not to publish it here or anywhere else.

Here is my promise:
Since my aunt being a professional forex trader coded his own trading bot for the Meta Trader 4 platform, I have a copy of this bot with me, he gave it to me so that I can practice many theories using a practice make belief brokerage account and he taught me many tricks and trading styles that can in no doubt make anyone who implements them successful. 
I agree to divulge all information pertaining to this Meta Trader 4 bot, a bot that is compatible with any broker that supports the Meta Trader 4 platform and a bot that is very tolerant to different spreads.  Also I agree to divulge to you a copy of my aunt's successful bot with the SOLE CONDITION THAT YOU WILL NEVER EVER SHARE THIS BOT OR ANY INFORMATION PERTAINING TO THE STRATEGIES OUTSIDE YOURSELF! 

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I think the following is your starting point you have been looking to help you create your own bot.  The following would be a starting point for creating a Market Maker bot:

https://github.com/ripple/market-maker

However due to lack of time, I haven't fully explored it.  This is, however, worthy of your experimental time.

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Some well-experienced developers attempted to create a trading bot "OMG Trade Bot Alpha" a few months ago and sent out some advance copies for testing.  As far as I am aware it only had minimal features and was incomplete though.  They were looking for developers to help contribute and finish it.  At first glance, I saw it was several thousand lines of code deep and decided to hold off messing around until I had a little more time.  You need both time and money to really do it properly.

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1 hour ago, FNetV1 said:

I think the following is your starting point you have been looking to help you create your own bot.  The following would be a starting point for creating a Market Maker bot:

https://github.com/ripple/market-maker

However due to lack of time, I haven't fully explored it.  This is, however, worthy of your experimental time.

This bot is far from complete and its development has stalled.

 

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2 minutes ago, T8493 said:

This bot is far from complete and its development has stalled.

 

As an alpha release, I was under the impression that it was a working "Proof of Concept" at least to some capacity that it would at least reliably submit orders on both the BID and ASK while maintaining a small spread at all times with possibly adjusting when the market moves.

I too have been in search for a bot, preferably a market maker for since the beginning of times, at least to inject liquidity to the market.

 

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Ooh I walk away for a few minutes and I see people submitting source for bots, progress is being made!  Hopefully more can be says in regards to the market-maker bot FNetV1 quoted, and what I would need to do in order to make it run.  After I get it running probably I might be able to tweak it to perfect it assuming that its not full of too many stability bugs and that its not crash prone.

I am starting to like this!

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