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November 18, 2017, 01:06:24 PM
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Hi

Ive just updated to the new Version 3.6.0.

I am not seeing any of the new 'Margin' Info as in the Youtube Tutorial (Latest One).

I also cannot select a 'Margin Order Type' on a Manual Trade Either.

Can anyone tell me where im going wrong Please?

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November 18, 2017, 02:14:22 PM
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Hi, I made a payment by bitcoin a few hours ago. when can i get my leonArdo? Smiley
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November 18, 2017, 02:32:32 PM
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Is there a chance that the team add more exchanges in leonArdo software soon, such as hitbtc?

There will be more exchanges in the future. It is always a question of allocation of resources.
But we continuously will add exchanges that our customers demand Wink

All the best,

  Rene
Hi Rene,

Kraken is already announced on some articles talking about leonArdo, like this one: https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@marcusxman/leonardo-the-crypto-trading-bot-you-need

However, Kraken is not present right now.

Any news on kraken API added to leonArdo?

We so wanted to release Kraken today, but we just couldn't do it. Their API is just so unreliable at present, it feels like their website. It's horrible and today I couldn't place or cancel a single f*$king order over a two hour period??

We are really sorry about this. Hopefully, Kraken can start to improve things on their end. As for us, we have spent hundreds of hours trying to work with their API and are now in a fix. One thing we are considering is having a closed beta round with a slack channel for feedback to get it out to some testers. Would that be something you would be interested in?

If you,  or anyone else, is interested, please mail support@marginsoftware.de and let us know.

BTW I found this post on Reddit yesterday and found it quite illuminating: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/7cz9s1/dear_kraken_we_need_to_talk/

Best wishes,
Jonathan

could you please forget about Kraken , there rebuild their trade engine and your prob going to need to recode it later.
Coul you maybe add leveraged trading for okcoin and bitmex future . all the future exchange have really low fees ( bitmex pay you to place limit order ) = more of your clients that use the software would make more profits , = you can charge more when the news spread how profitable the software is
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November 18, 2017, 04:55:55 PM
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I picked up Leonardo 2 days ago and have been experimenting with it. Its actually very easy to use.

However, lets say I set Leo to buy a coin at $.29 and its .000000244 BTC (made up number) and that is based on the current value of Bitcoin, and sell at $.30 with a PIng POng bot.

Will my price be relative to the value of BTC over time or will my Ping Pong change to buying at .32 and selling at .36 as BTC values rise?

Does that make sense?

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November 18, 2017, 07:12:57 PM
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The new version is great, has been very stable so far, and the new features are very welcome! However I think I found a small bug:

1) In "Active orders", right click an order, choose "Adapt price".

2) The amount is initially with only 4 decimal places. If you try to type more decimal places, it doesn't let you.

3) However, if you delete (backspace) one of the initial decimals, then it allows you to type more than 4.

4) I suggest that besides fixing this bug, to start with 6 decimal places, allowing up to 8, as it will fit most currencies scenarios.

Thanks!

EDIT: in fact it looks more erratic than that. For instance, typing with the numeric keyboard (with Num Lock on, of course) doesn't work; sometimes only a certain number is accepted in the input box, even after deleting the original contents; I couldn't find a precise scenario for these, but I'm sure that if you try, you will notice that.
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November 19, 2017, 01:28:46 AM
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Hi Jonathon,

There still seems to be a problem with data collection on Bittrex.

Also I am having problems with restarting Leonardo. It often crashes multiple times just after it finishes initialising.

I have copied this as an email and attached a screenshot of the error messages from event viewer.

Have also tried shutting down the PC.

PC details if relevant

AMD Ryzen 5 1600
16 GB Ram
Win 10 64 bit

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November 19, 2017, 03:39:03 AM
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Hi Jonathon,

There still seems to be a problem with data collection on Bittrex.

Also I am having problems with restarting Leonardo. It often crashes multiple times just after it finishes initialising.

I have copied this as an email and attached a screenshot of the error messages from event viewer.

Have also tried shutting down the PC.

PC details if relevant

AMD Ryzen 5 1600
16 GB Ram
Win 10 64 bit

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You would do well to send this to: support@marginsoftware.de

Hard to tell sometimes but I really do trade sober
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November 19, 2017, 06:24:03 AM
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I picked up Leonardo 2 days ago and have been experimenting with it. Its actually very easy to use.

However, lets say I set Leo to buy a coin at $.29 and its .000000244 BTC (made up number) and that is based on the current value of Bitcoin, and sell at $.30 with a PIng POng bot.

Will my price be relative to the value of BTC over time or will my Ping Pong change to buying at .32 and selling at .36 as BTC values rise?

Does that make sense?


Ping pong is static.  That means that it will buy and sell at the price that you set.  If you want the bot to adjust with the price, I would use the Margin Maker strategy.  You just select the amount of data you want to use, and the buying margin, and selling margin.  Just make sure you leave some extra funds in your trading account, because the bot will need to make adjustments based on the price fluctuations.  Hope that helps.
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November 19, 2017, 06:41:13 AM
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Hi all,
Newbie here, also in Bitcointalk. Leonardo looks promising, I will definetely buy it. But to find the best using method of it I should ask a few questions:
  I do not have a computer which is always on (7x24) and good internet connection. So I thought that I can use my Linux VPS server. But it does not have a GUI, If I install to it should I use it by web interface? Or how?
Alternatively, I can get a Windows VPS to use GUI. How much RAM needed in this configuration?

In summary I need help to use Leanordo in VPS configurations, please advice.
Selcuk Demiray

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November 19, 2017, 07:22:39 AM
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Hi all,
Newbie here, also in Bitcointalk. Leonardo looks promising, I will definetely buy it. But to find the best using method of it I should ask a few questions:
  I do not have a computer which is always on (7x24) and good internet connection. So I thought that I can use my Linux VPS server. But it does not have a GUI, If I install to it should I use it by web interface? Or how?
Alternatively, I can get a Windows VPS to use GUI. How much RAM needed in this configuration?

In summary I need help to use Leanordo in VPS configurations, please advice.
Selcuk Demiray


You may use this as a point of reference or starting point.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1467939.msg23951513#msg23951513

I prefer XFCE4 for the desktop. 2G will host a dozen pair on LInux. leo is multi-core aware so it will definitely take advantage of multiple cpus.
-Also, do not surf, especially porn or torrent sites from your vps where leonArdo is hosted. As for windows, if you are Linux literate do not do it. Just two days ago a guy setup a Win10 VPS and was pwned almost immediately, they used leonArdo to purchase some shitcoin and locked him out of the system. There is speculation where and how or if the system came with a Trojan. Obviously his keys are forfeit and he has some cleanup to do.

Hard to tell sometimes but I really do trade sober
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November 19, 2017, 10:04:26 AM
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hi. another question here. i forgot to write down the api secret. how can i retrieve the api secret on bittrex?
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November 19, 2017, 10:41:46 AM
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hi. another question here. i forgot to write down the api secret. how can i retrieve the api secret on bittrex?

Also curious about this.
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November 19, 2017, 11:39:47 AM
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hi. another question here. i forgot to write down the api secret. how can i retrieve the api secret on bittrex?

You can't!

You will have to submit a new one but I think we have been in touch already.

Best wishes,
Jonathan

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November 19, 2017, 11:41:11 AM
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Hi all,
Newbie here, also in Bitcointalk. Leonardo looks promising, I will definetely buy it. But to find the best using method of it I should ask a few questions:
  I do not have a computer which is always on (7x24) and good internet connection. So I thought that I can use my Linux VPS server. But it does not have a GUI, If I install to it should I use it by web interface? Or how?
Alternatively, I can get a Windows VPS to use GUI. How much RAM needed in this configuration?

In summary I need help to use Leanordo in VPS configurations, please advice.
Selcuk Demiray



Hi Selcuk,

Yes, you need a GUI.

We recommend at least 2GB RAM and a dual core machine.

Send a mail to support@marginsoftware.de if you want any more assistence.

Best wishes,
Jonathan

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November 19, 2017, 11:43:12 AM
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Hi all,
Newbie here, also in Bitcointalk. Leonardo looks promising, I will definetely buy it. But to find the best using method of it I should ask a few questions:
  I do not have a computer which is always on (7x24) and good internet connection. So I thought that I can use my Linux VPS server. But it does not have a GUI, If I install to it should I use it by web interface? Or how?
Alternatively, I can get a Windows VPS to use GUI. How much RAM needed in this configuration?

In summary I need help to use Leanordo in VPS configurations, please advice.
Selcuk Demiray


You may use this as a point of reference or starting point.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1467939.msg23951513#msg23951513

I prefer XFCE4 for the desktop. 2G will host a dozen pair on LInux. leo is multi-core aware so it will definitely take advantage of multiple cpus.
-Also, do not surf, especially porn or torrent sites from your vps where leonArdo is hosted. As for windows, if you are Linux literate do not do it. Just two days ago a guy setup a Win10 VPS and was pwned almost immediately, they used leonArdo to purchase some shitcoin and locked him out of the system. There is speculation where and how or if the system came with a Trojan. Obviously his keys are forfeit and he has some cleanup to do.

You can use leonArdo's encryption to protect your keys. Just click the lock on the login screen  Wink


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November 19, 2017, 03:44:26 PM
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Hi all,
Newbie here, also in Bitcointalk. Leonardo looks promising, I will definetely buy it. But to find the best using method of it I should ask a few questions:
  I do not have a computer which is always on (7x24) and good internet connection. So I thought that I can use my Linux VPS server. But it does not have a GUI, If I install to it should I use it by web interface? Or how?
Alternatively, I can get a Windows VPS to use GUI. How much RAM needed in this configuration?

In summary I need help to use Leanordo in VPS configurations, please advice.
Selcuk Demiray


You may use this as a point of reference or starting point.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1467939.msg23951513#msg23951513

I prefer XFCE4 for the desktop. 2G will host a dozen pair on LInux. leo is multi-core aware so it will definitely take advantage of multiple cpus.
-Also, do not surf, especially porn or torrent sites from your vps where leonArdo is hosted. As for windows, if you are Linux literate do not do it. Just two days ago a guy setup a Win10 VPS and was pwned almost immediately, they used leonArdo to purchase some shitcoin and locked him out of the system. There is speculation where and how or if the system came with a Trojan. Obviously his keys are forfeit and he has some cleanup to do.

Thanks for the quick reply CTShaman !  It is appreciated.
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November 19, 2017, 09:34:11 PM
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leonArdo 3.6.0 released

What started out as a patch release to add websocket support to Bitfinex,  turned into a full release! We hope you like the progress we've made.

Indicators
  • Improved and extended visualization framework
  • Added Relative Strength Index (RSI)
  • Added On Balance Volume (OBV)
  • Added Money Flow Index (MFI)
  • Added Volume–Price Trend (VPT)
  • Added Accumulation/Distribution Index
  • Added Chaikin Oscillator
  • Added Chaikin Money Flow (CMF)
  • Added Parabolic Stop and Reverse (PSAR)

Market specific fixes and improvements
  • Added websockets to Bitfinex, making it an exchange you can actually use again  Wink
  • Disabled no longer available markets HuobiMain and HuobiNew
  • Increased number of trades polled when using Bitfinex pull api
  • On Bitstamp, fixed fee rounding to avoid that orders could not be placed
  • On Bitstamp, added some extra reporting to the log

Improved internal Websocket handling
  • Improved internal error handling
  • Improved automatic transition between http and websocket api
  • Extended general websocket functionality to include all relevant private API calls

Translations
  • Added Spanish
  • Added Portuguese
  • Added Russian
  • Added Chinese (not complete)
  • Applied some fixes to German

Smaller bug fixes
  • Fixed an issue in mArgin maker bot that sometimes caused a wrong number of decimal places in API calls to be used
  • Fixed an issue with the relative time indicator
  • Fixed a bug when closing and re-opening currency pairs
  • Fixed order canceling visualization in charts
  • Fixed adapt amount in active orders table
  • Fixed an internal bug in background trade data collection
  • Fixed an internal bug when calculating funds-in-orders
  • Added availability check for an X-Server to the linux startup script

Note: If anyone has an issue with the new version please let us know: support@marginsoftware.de
The previous 3.5.0 version is still available for download as a fallback option.

How can you get your copy?

If you are an existing customer you can simply click on the "update available!" link on the leonArdo login screen and download this version.

Or if you are new just head over to website and click through to our Products section.
You can also download a demo version of leonArdo from the website to try before you buy.


O.k. i did not test the new update all in depth .. but i can confirm, it's working like a charm on bitfinex again .....

I will write updates on anything else i find on the new version.

But re-starting 3 separated leonArdo instances on my win7 laptop worked like a charm (8 Pairs with 6 marginmaker bots on bittrex, 5 Pairs with 4 marginmaker  bots on Poloniex and 2 pairs with one marginmaker bot on bitfinex), within some _very few seconds_.

I like this update! Wink

I hope it works like it started .. but it looks very good and resuming the bots was just a simple game of point and click. Very cool! (I did not stop the bots before shutting down the instance and installed the update to just re-start the separated instances for every exchange.)

I'm again a very happy customer. Wink

Greetings Hacky.

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November 19, 2017, 09:46:41 PM
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I have a question. This Bot really can make you some profit?

Yes, but you need to have a good trading strategy and understand the market.

It is a tool that can help you greatly. It is not a replacement for research and market knowledge.

-Fred

I havre to strongly second that! leonArdo even qualifies as a very good learning and training tool, but without the user configuring and using it properly, it is worth near to nothing.

It's a extremely good and cool trading terminal ... And it has some good bots too. But it is no help if you don't understand what you're doing. You need to know what you do and you need to not depend on the money you 'gamble' with in the long run. Because, otherwise it may get you to bankruptcy soon... (Like any exchange and software out there too...)

Besides that, it's every penny worth;)

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November 19, 2017, 10:07:50 PM
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Hi all,
Newbie here, also in Bitcointalk. Leonardo looks promising, I will definetely buy it. But to find the best using method of it I should ask a few questions:
  I do not have a computer which is always on (7x24) and good internet connection. So I thought that I can use my Linux VPS server. But it does not have a GUI, If I install to it should I use it by web interface? Or how?
Alternatively, I can get a Windows VPS to use GUI. How much RAM needed in this configuration?

In summary I need help to use Leanordo in VPS configurations, please advice.
Selcuk Demiray

You probably might try to install and use xvnc for this.... You definitely need an 24/7 aviable GUI for it. So xvnc might to the job...

Hacky

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November 20, 2017, 04:04:30 AM
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Although the bot sells on high and buys on low, it always buys the exact same amount of coins it sold, even when it can buy much more, making me no profit. I always have to cancel the buy order and manually increase the quantity of coins to be purchased. Why is this happening?
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