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April 29, 2019, 09:16:46 AM
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This upgrade went beautifully!

I was able to load all my strategies from start and all of them resumed exactly where they were when margin closed. All of my EMA offset lines in Immediate mode are showing properly. Awesome attention to detail!

This patch release really, really shines!

Thanks Team!

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Thanks CTShaman  Smiley

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May 07, 2019, 03:16:14 PM
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Phenomenal!  Cheesy


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May 07, 2019, 04:49:13 PM
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Phenomenal!  Cheesy



Heres what I see... The bot would probably buy when that green candle was on top (close) and sell when the red candle is at the bottom (close). And herein lies the problem with the emma bot... its too slow to react and when it does its too late and a potential profit situation turns into a loss.
The BB would work better in this case.

I dont trust the Ema bot one bit. I have played with it several times and cant get it to work properly.
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May 07, 2019, 06:03:11 PM
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Phenomenal!  Cheesy



Heres what I see... The bot would probably buy when that green candle was on top (close) and sell when the red candle is at the bottom (close). And herein lies the problem with the emma bot... its too slow to react and when it does its too late and a potential profit situation turns into a loss.
The BB would work better in this case.

I dont trust the Ema bot one bit. I have played with it several times and cant get it to work properly.
I was making light of the fact that the Chinese contingent is totally wagging the dog by the tail from the time they wake up until they go to bed. No wonder their government is so afraid of it.  Shocked

FWIW - There was less than $10 available to trade with in this window, that is why no buy occurred.

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May 07, 2019, 07:28:05 PM
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Phenomenal!  Cheesy



Heres what I see... The bot would probably buy when that green candle was on top (close) and sell when the red candle is at the bottom (close). And herein lies the problem with the emma bot... its too slow to react and when it does its too late and a potential profit situation turns into a loss.
The BB would work better in this case.

I dont trust the Ema bot one bit. I have played with it several times and cant get it to work properly.
I was making light of the fact that the Chinese contingent is totally wagging the dog by the tail from the time they wake up until they go to bed. No wonder their government is so afraid of it.  Shocked

FWIW - There was less than $10 available to trade with in this window, that is why no buy occurred.

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Have you used the EMMA bot and had any sucess with it? I am still waiting to hear from people that it works great.
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May 08, 2019, 02:45:08 AM
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Have you used the EMMA bot and had any sucess with it? I am still waiting to hear from people that it works great.
Since last August I have only traded using EMA or long hodls. It has worked pretty well for me, I'm happy to take a little off the top from time to time and pass the rest along. I don't treat it like a gambling machine either, only a percent or two on each pair. I stick with what works and don't lament what doesn't work, no one strategy is fitting for everyone.

Happy Trading!  Wink

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May 08, 2019, 11:20:15 AM
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Have you used the EMMA bot and had any sucess with it? I am still waiting to hear from people that it works great.
Since last August I have only traded using EMA or long hodls. It has worked pretty well for me, I'm happy to take a little off the top from time to time and pass the rest along. I don't treat it like a gambling machine either, only a percent or two on each pair. I stick with what works and don't lament what doesn't work, no one strategy is fitting for everyone.

Happy Trading!  Wink

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What kind of settings do you use for the EMMA? I have not been able to create any settings that produce any positive results.
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Have you used the EMMA bot and had any sucess with it? I am still waiting to hear from people that it works great.
Since last August I have only traded using EMA or long hodls. It has worked pretty well for me, I'm happy to take a little off the top from time to time and pass the rest along. I don't treat it like a gambling machine either, only a percent or two on each pair. I stick with what works and don't lament what doesn't work, no one strategy is fitting for everyone.

Happy Trading!  Wink

CTShaman

 

What kind of settings do you use for the EMMA? I have not been able to create any settings that produce any positive results.
In early April I turned on Immediate mode and set the percentage from 2% to 1%. I'm still evaluating its performance because the market started correcting mid-month. The amount traded varies from $100 to $20 where I am now, depending on market conditions. Any silliness on my part with finger checks or misnomer setting may end up as a HODL for the duration, some pairs have 5 hodls. This also happens when I move off other exchanges. Right now I am only trading all of the non-stable coin pairs in USDT on Binance and have been since I consolidated from 9 exchanges to 1 in November. I was also only using EMA/HODL on the other exchanges as well since August. A great deal of personal study went into the settings I've been using, just like when I was using Bollinger Bands which was hugely exciting to me, but like I mentioned previously I only work with what works with the way my mind works. I'm sure I'll  have a great time experimenting with whatever magic margin brews up with future strategies but I am quite content with EMA for now.

Growth, accumulation of tokens is my primary goal, learning how the market works and the toughest thing is training my mind to make subtle changes. Buying medication for my wife and paying for the server is where I spend Satoshi, the rest can go to my heirs so they have a little something once fiat collapses.

Happy Trading!

CTShaman

Current settings for all pair:

Results:

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May 14, 2019, 10:28:47 AM
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Hi guys, im trying to run the trader on arch linux (manjaro), but it seems that the openssl bug isnt fixed yet... Any recomendation? Thanks!!
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May 14, 2019, 02:36:23 PM
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Hi guys, im trying to run the trader on arch linux (manjaro), but it seems that the openssl bug isnt fixed yet... Any recomendation? Thanks!!
That would be a great one for support@margin.de they're very helpful.

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May 16, 2019, 02:47:23 PM
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The Great LONG!
https://www.fxstreet.com/cryptocurrencies/news/top-3-price-prediction-bitcoin-ripple-ethereum-two-steps-away-from-the-great-long-201905160913

I concur with this analysis as I have a BTC long waiting just below $8500 where we were on July 25, 2018 at the last apex just before BTC lost 60%.

Once the hodls from July 25th have cleared there should be an avalanche of money to carry us to the magic $10,000 BTC where FOMO will kick in, after that who knows maybe $14,700 by the end of summer?  Grin

Don't forget to set aside 20-25% from time to time for your rainy day fund.  Wink

Happy Trading!

CTShaman

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May 18, 2019, 05:55:50 PM
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Hi
Which OS do you suggest for Margin to be able to work stable without crashing etc?

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May 18, 2019, 07:22:08 PM
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Which OS do you suggest for Margin to be able to work stable without crashing etc?
Hey, if you've got Linux in your toolkit, I'd give that a try. There have been only two instances where I've logged in to the server and said OH SH*! it died. A few other times it happened when I got heavy handed with the graphical tools, not so much anymore as it is getting better all the time. Keep an eye on the usual things, you'll want a couple gig of memory and not run out of drive space.

Checkout this page:
https://margin.de/resources/help-center

Happy Trading,

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May 19, 2019, 06:56:04 AM
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Hi
Which OS do you suggest for Margin to be able to work stable without crashing etc?
Hey, if you've got Linux in your toolkit, I'd give that a try. There have been only two instances where I've logged in to the server and said OH SH*! it died. A few other times it happened when I got heavy handed with the graphical tools, not so much anymore as it is getting better all the time. Keep an eye on the usual things, you'll want a couple gig of memory and not run out of drive space.

Checkout this page:
https://margin.de/resources/help-center

Happy Trading,

CTShaman

I am not familiar with linux but find a solution in between.
I installed virtualbox and find a preinstalled ubuntu OS VM, so far so good, Margin is running stable.
I was using margin since first days of leonardo.
I regret that I did not tried at linux before.

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May 20, 2019, 08:11:10 AM
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Hi guys, im selling my account, its standard license just telegram me for more information Smiley @cryptounchain88
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May 21, 2019, 05:28:31 PM
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Getting the Most Bits for the Buck from your Ubuntu (any Linux) VPS while running margin:

I have found that most commodity (read cheap) VPS hosts do not pre-build Ubuntu images with swap. This is so they can lease you a larger server than you may really need.

Two antidotes for this particular malady are the packages swapspace and zram-config.

1.) swapspace -- This little known package was first introduced to me by Jonathan (of margin.de fame) in a post here a year and a half ago. I had always hand crafted my own swap and so never had a reason to look for anything else. But this is the far better way to go for persistent swap.
http://pqxx.org/development/swapspace/

2.) zram -- I only found zram yesterday. zram is included in the kernel on by default in Ubuntu since 16.04 but I had never heard of it. However it is not turned on by default. The package to do this is zram-config. Now on the onset it seems like you'll be creating more overhead in memory but it actually works very slick. It partitions swap drives in memory 1 per CPU then compresses the data to be stored there. It works so fast I've installed it on my laptop to keep anything from writing to the SSD swap, very fast and almost no overhead. Some people may opt to use this tool alone for increasing available memory.
https://www.cnx-software.com/2018/05/14/running-out-of-ram-in-ubuntu-enable-zram/

*Note reboot for zram is not required (in case you are in the middle of a rally).  Cheesy
# systemctl start zram-config

Here is the display for my 2 core VPS.


Both of these can be used together for snappy response times right up until the time the system CPU starts fluctuating from trying to manage the overload.

Happy Trading and may all your Hodls be Sodl!  Roll Eyes

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May 22, 2019, 05:38:31 AM
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any plans to add Gate.io , Bitmax.io ?
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May 22, 2019, 09:18:45 AM
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any plans to add Gate.io , Bitmax.io ?

Not at this time. If you have any contact at either of those that you want to forward to us that would be great!

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May 29, 2019, 09:41:21 AM
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margin 2.1.3 patch released

We are happy to announce that a new patch release is available.

  • Gemini exchange added
  • Reimplemented OkCoin backend using new API version and websockets
  • Several improvements for Kraken market (including faster order placing and websockets for public data)
  • Key symbols in login window and add-exchange menu that show whether credentials are available
  • Added backend websocket-support for Poloniex
  • Strategies are now saved automatically in the background
  • Tool Window adaptions are now saved more often automatically
  • Multi-screen/multi-window issues fixed
  • Poloniex place order fix
  • Bots forgetting their state after resuming fixed
  • Portfolio balance history date fix
  • Null prices in ticker fixed
  • mArgin maker stop loss strategy busy issue fixed
  • Ping Pong label error fixed
  • Coinbase new taker fee updated for calculations (note this is not delivered through the API)
  • Bitfinex minimum trade amount rounding issue fixed
  • Under the hood improvements

There are two ways to grab it. Either click the Patch Available link in the margin login window or login to your account on https://margin.de and download from the website.

Not a customer but want to try it out? Download our free Demo here.



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May 29, 2019, 03:28:08 PM
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Thanks for the heads up on your settings, I'm new to margin and have been finding it hard to get good settings and results so will try yours..


Since last August I have only traded using EMA or long hodls. It has worked pretty well for me, I'm happy to take a little off the top from time to time and pass the rest along. I don't treat it like a gambling machine either, only a percent or two on each pair. I stick with what works and don't lament what doesn't work, no one strategy is fitting for everyone.

Happy Trading!  Wink

CTShaman

 
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What kind of settings do you use for the EMMA? I have not been able to create any settings that produce any positive results.
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In early April I turned on Immediate mode and set the percentage from 2% to 1%. I'm still evaluating its performance because the market started correcting mid-month. The amount traded varies from $100 to $20 where I am now, depending on market conditions. Any silliness on my part with finger checks or misnomer setting may end up as a HODL for the duration, some pairs have 5 hodls. This also happens when I move off other exchanges. Right now I am only trading all of the non-stable coin pairs in USDT on Binance and have been since I consolidated from 9 exchanges to 1 in November. I was also only using EMA/HODL on the other exchanges as well since August. A great deal of personal study went into the settings I've been using, just like when I was using Bollinger Bands which was hugely exciting to me, but like I mentioned previously I only work with what works with the way my mind works. I'm sure I'll  have a great time experimenting with whatever magic margin brews up with future strategies but I am quite content with EMA for now.

Growth, accumulation of tokens is my primary goal, learning how the market works and the toughest thing is training my mind to make subtle changes. Buying medication for my wife and paying for the server is where I spend Satoshi, the rest can go to my heirs so they have a little something once fiat collapses.

Happy Trading!

CTShaman

Current settings for all pair:
https://i.ibb.co/F5Pzjh6/image.png
Results:
https://i.ibb.co/7bGHDtZ/image.png
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