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Author Topic: [ANN] leonArdo - Bitcoin Trading Bot for Poloniex, Bittrex, Bitstamp, Bitfinex..  (Read 162176 times)
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May 11, 2017, 10:28:59 PM
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Bot bought twice for some coins today > http://prntscr.com/f6scw9

Anyone else faced this bug?

Thnx.

We are looking into it. Was it on Poloniex or Bittrex?

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May 12, 2017, 12:54:56 AM
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Bot bought twice for some coins today > http://prntscr.com/f6scw9

Anyone else faced this bug?

Thnx.

We are looking into it. Was it on Poloniex or Bittrex?

It's Poloniex (as seen on the screenshot), as Poloniex identifies Stellar using "STR", and Bittrex uses "XLM".  (Bittrex doesn't have the "STR" tricker.)
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May 12, 2017, 12:57:23 AM
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Bot bought twice for some coins today > http://prntscr.com/f6scw9

Anyone else faced this bug?

Thnx.

We are looking into it. Was it on Poloniex or Bittrex?

It's Poloniex (as seen on the screenshot), as Poloniex identifies Stellar using "STR", and Bittrex uses "XLM".  (Bittrex doesn't have the "STR" tricker.)

Unfortunately, Polo has been having DDOS and heavy loads lately to the point where it's hard to even trade manually.

I want to personally thank the makers of this bot. I was doing some manual margin trading last night and watching it on the bot (I love the % indicators) and a couple of times during heavy traffic, the margin would disappear (not appear in the first place), but the bot saw it and I could cancel it.
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May 12, 2017, 02:49:13 AM
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I suggest everyone stop using any bots on Poloniex when they are overloaded. The DDos claim is utter bull. Their systems are always bogging down when they hit more than 35K users. there were almost 40K yesterday. It's down again today too. (still is). No API access is working and tons of people have lost money because of the lag/inability to cancel orders or cover short positions. Scary.

Unless they beef up their systems BIGTIME ASAP, a LOT of people will and are pulling their accounts off there for other exchanges. I might be doing the same too.

On the other hand, Leonardo works very well on GOOD exchanges. :-)
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May 12, 2017, 02:51:34 AM
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I suggest everyone stop using any bots on Poloniex when they are overloaded. The DDos claim is utter bull. Their systems are always bogging down when they hit more than 35K users. there were almost 40K yesterday. It's down again today too. (still is). No API access is working and tons of people have lost money because of the lag/inability to cancel orders or cover short positions. Scary.

Unless they beef up their systems BIGTIME ASAP, a LOT of people will and are pulling their accounts off there for other exchanges. I might be doing the same too.

On the other hand, Leonardo works very well on GOOD exchanges. :-)

I was just going to say, I found 3 buy orders there for the same price. Looks like it couldn't cancel and just kept adding.

Another idea instead of stopping trading is to take most of your coins and put them in margin or lending (if you're using margin.) You don't have to lend them out, but they'd be untouchable by the bot.
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May 12, 2017, 03:16:14 AM
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I suggest everyone stop using any bots on Poloniex when they are overloaded. The DDos claim is utter bull. Their systems are always bogging down when they hit more than 35K users. there were almost 40K yesterday. It's down again today too. (still is). No API access is working and tons of people have lost money because of the lag/inability to cancel orders or cover short positions. Scary.

Unless they beef up their systems BIGTIME ASAP, a LOT of people will and are pulling their accounts off there for other exchanges. I might be doing the same too.

On the other hand, Leonardo works very well on GOOD exchanges. :-)

I was just going to say, I found 3 buy orders there for the same price. Looks like it couldn't cancel and just kept adding.

Another idea instead of stopping trading is to take most of your coins and put them in margin or lending (if you're using margin.) You don't have to lend them out, but they'd be untouchable by the bot.

I just set them at an extremely low buy or very high sell price using the manual trade. I stopped trading on polo for now as it is way too unstable.
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May 12, 2017, 03:31:39 AM
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I suggest everyone stop using any bots on Poloniex when they are overloaded. The DDos claim is utter bull. Their systems are always bogging down when they hit more than 35K users. there were almost 40K yesterday. It's down again today too. (still is). No API access is working and tons of people have lost money because of the lag/inability to cancel orders or cover short positions. Scary.

Unless they beef up their systems BIGTIME ASAP, a LOT of people will and are pulling their accounts off there for other exchanges. I might be doing the same too.

On the other hand, Leonardo works very well on GOOD exchanges. :-)

This is hardly the thread for bitching about Polo. Everyone that knows what the fuck they are doing is already quite aware of the issues.

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May 12, 2017, 03:33:31 AM
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Hey. Interesting. Does it allow for stop limite and/or trailing? Thanks in advance

Thanks for your interest in leonArdo.

They are supported in Bitfinex on leonArdo as Bitfinex's API supports those calls.

We have asked Poloniex to add this to their API, but in the meantime are implementing our own emulated version of stop loss and take profit.

Best wishes,
Jonathan


Now, that is great news!

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May 12, 2017, 10:39:24 AM
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I suggest everyone stop using any bots on Poloniex when they are overloaded. The DDos claim is utter bull. Their systems are always bogging down when they hit more than 35K users. there were almost 40K yesterday. It's down again today too. (still is). No API access is working and tons of people have lost money because of the lag/inability to cancel orders or cover short positions. Scary.

Unless they beef up their systems BIGTIME ASAP, a LOT of people will and are pulling their accounts off there for other exchanges. I might be doing the same too.

On the other hand, Leonardo works very well on GOOD exchanges. :-)

This is hardly the thread for bitching about Polo. Everyone that knows what the fuck they are doing is already quite aware of the issues.
Thank you , needed to be said Wink

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May 12, 2017, 04:16:40 PM
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Bot bought twice for some coins today > http://prntscr.com/f6scw9

Anyone else faced this bug?

Thnx.

We are looking into it. Was it on Poloniex or Bittrex?

Poloniex.

Thnx
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May 12, 2017, 04:28:37 PM
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I suggest everyone stop using any bots on Poloniex when they are overloaded. The DDos claim is utter bull. Their systems are always bogging down when they hit more than 35K users. there were almost 40K yesterday. It's down again today too. (still is). No API access is working and tons of people have lost money because of the lag/inability to cancel orders or cover short positions. Scary.

Unless they beef up their systems BIGTIME ASAP, a LOT of people will and are pulling their accounts off there for other exchanges. I might be doing the same too.

On the other hand, Leonardo works very well on GOOD exchanges. :-)

Hi, i've got some questions for all people of the forum who can help me:

1) What other exchanges do you suggest? Bittrex is the best one after Polo? It's good for getting some profit as well?

2) what value do people here use for "min. effective gain"? some suggests -1, some -5, is there any specific market conditions or coins conditions to analyse, in order to set this value correctly?

3) Also, when btc pumps like some days ago, and i have all coins leonAro bought devalueted, what do you suggest I do? Waiting for some days for market recover, and exit in profit ... or sell all coins at market price, take the loss, and try to get some better profit in current ping-pong opportunities? what do you think it's better way to go?

Thnx.
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May 13, 2017, 02:26:47 AM
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Is it just me or the Polo issues keep crashing the bot, could we maybe get something that it just idles and try to reconnect instead of throwing an exception and crashes?

Would be great

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May 13, 2017, 06:00:25 AM
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I am a noob but have decided to take the plunge. I signed up for the demo and learning to use the margin maker strategy. I haven't had a chance to read through the whole thread, but have 2 questions:

  • Can someone please point me to a previous comment that helps out noobs with initial strategies to try with the bot
  • I ran it for 12 hours and the bot did about 10 trades in total - where can I see the P/L for all those trades. I wasn't able to locate this

Thanks
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May 13, 2017, 08:30:46 AM
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I bought bittrex market for leonardo, but did not record my secret key.
when I surfed to another link and come back I did not see the secret key for API any more
Is there any way to see API secret key at bittrex?
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May 13, 2017, 08:55:04 AM
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Is there any way to see API secret key at bittrex?

not that I'm aware of. Just create another key pair and make sure to save the secret key. Contact marginsoftware with half of the new API key and they'll set you straight.
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May 13, 2017, 11:48:41 AM
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Is there any way to see API secret key at bittrex?

not that I'm aware of. Just create another key pair and make sure to save the secret key. Contact marginsoftware with half of the new API key and they'll set you straight.

Thanks;

Jonathan already answered as you suggested,

I sent the new key waiting for new build to download
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May 13, 2017, 12:18:09 PM
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I know its a silly question, but how do i increase the trading amount? Grin
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May 13, 2017, 12:38:58 PM
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I'm getting a ton of errors from poloniex :
05/13 08:35:36 am poloniex:XRP/BTC: error querying active orders: json2::TypeError: asArray called on non Array
05/13 08:35:45 am poloniex: error querying funds: json2::TypeError: asObject called on non Object
05/13 08:35:54 am poloniex: error querying funds: json2::TypeError: asObject called on non Object
05/13 08:36:03 am poloniex:XRP/BTC: Could not parse completed order list: json2::TypeError: asArray called on non Array
05/13 08:36:48 am poloniex: error querying loans: json2::TypeError: asObject called on non Object
05/13 08:36:51 am poloniex:XRP/BTC: error querying margin positions: json2::TypeError: asObject called on non Object
05/13 08:36:54 am poloniex: error querying loans: json2::TypeError: asObject called on non Object

I think all of this is causing the frequent crashing that started  since 2 days ago on Leonardo across 2 high-end servers under windows.
Not sure there can be done anything about it, but thought I'd pass it on. I'm not running active bots on polo anymore just static orders.
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May 13, 2017, 05:45:41 PM
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I suggest everyone stop using any bots on Poloniex when they are overloaded. The DDos claim is utter bull. Their systems are always bogging down when they hit more than 35K users. there were almost 40K yesterday. It's down again today too. (still is). No API access is working and tons of people have lost money because of the lag/inability to cancel orders or cover short positions. Scary.

Unless they beef up their systems BIGTIME ASAP, a LOT of people will and are pulling their accounts off there for other exchanges. I might be doing the same too.

On the other hand, Leonardo works very well on GOOD exchanges. :-)

Just stop with that DDoS is bull claim. If you actually knew what you were talking about and could tell when they were being attacked...it's not that hard. If you know you'r shit. You would realize it's a coordinated attack against all margin exchanges...Not just Polo

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May 13, 2017, 05:47:59 PM
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leo, we talked a while back about being able to ping pong by setting satoshis above or below sell ask prices...it's a strategy that has worked well for me in the past with the old Quatloo trader bot.

Any plans to implement this as an advanced strategy? I could give you some screen shots from the old bot I used. unfortunately its broke now. But the program still runs...just cant connect to the API anymore

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