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Technical Support & Development / Errors 14904-14911
« on: December 29, 2020, 10:15:12 PM »
Since few days I'm experimenting this "Exchange timeout."

My internet is working, but this happens.
Though it's possible that it disconnects for few minutes every now and then.

Is there a way to avoid this, or to restart Gunbot automatically when this happens?
Instead than keeping writing this error over and over, which is useless.
Restarting Gunbot works.

Technical Support & Development / Should I install the latest release?
« on: December 29, 2020, 12:08:23 AM »
Since the last release has been published, I am having some problems.
Today a lot of no answer from the server (Poloniex).
After restarting, I get the message attached, and the web interface is reloading continuously and it only loads the first chart (BTC-ETH).

I've got my strategy on mask, and when I change something it gets immediately reset to its initial values.
This happens every few seconds.
I can only write down values and save if I'm very quick.
What the hell?

Beginners & Help / Is it possible to set up pure BB strategy?
« on: December 23, 2020, 05:31:15 AM »
What if I don't want Gunbot to care about price trends, MA, EMA, and all that stuff?
I just want it to buy when the price goes below the BB minimum, and sell when it goes over the maximum.

Beginners & Help / Teal dotted line?
« on: December 22, 2020, 07:57:10 PM »
What is the teal dash line with the price tag???

Beginners & Help / I don't know what happened
« on: December 22, 2020, 02:41:33 PM »

I can't use the GUI anymore: it dims continuously, so I can't correct the problem, or even try to understand where it is.

And from the error message I can't really understand where the problem may lie.

This came after I was just using the GUI, changed names to something less clumsy, and used for the first time reports, overview, etc. that I didn't see up to now, as they are brutally dimmed into the black of the background, like they are not something important... but essentially I only used the GUI and not even that quickly.

One of the names that I used for the strategies included a % character.
Could that be the problem?

Technical Support & Development / What is the ABP level in the charts?
« on: December 21, 2020, 12:28:54 PM »
I have this everywhere.

I activated TRAILME, it should be the right feature, but I don't see any new flag where Gunbot would buy... and prices are falling.

Technical Support & Development / Chart shows everything but the price
« on: December 19, 2020, 07:43:39 AM »
Is this normal?
I can't check what is the % change.

Keeps cycling, doesn't boot.

Technical Support & Development / Additional algorythm
« on: May 16, 2017, 01:42:57 AM »
Gunthy should be already working on this, but I want to post it anyway.
It's since the beginning that I asked myself why it was so cumbersome to use this bot and its algorythm to buy and sell.
Not that there's no reason behind it, but I think there's something much easier to use, also for excaptional case with big problems of net and computational power, even if it will surely be less productive.
So, here it is, it's very simple and it doesn't involve any calculation!


BuyLevel1 = 1
BuyLevel2 = 2.5
BuyLevel3 = 5

SellLevel1 = 2
SellLevel2 = 4
SellLevel3 = 7
SellLevel4 = 10
SellLevel5 = 15

Buy Level is % of price below EMA.
Sell Level is % of price at which the coin was bought.

Mechanism for buying:

If price falls below EMA - BuyLevel1, start to check if it falls below BuyLevel2.
If price falls back over BuyLevel1, buy at that price.

If price falls below EMA - BuyLevel2, start to check if it falls below BuyLevel3.
If price falls back over BuyLevel2, buy at that price.

If price falls below EMA - BuyLevel3, wait for the first price that is higher than the last one, and buy at that price.

Same mechanism goes for selling:

If price increases past SellLevel1, start to check if it reaches SellLevel2.
If price falls back below SellLevel1 (and price is not below buy price), sell at last price.

If price increases past SellLevel2, start to check if it reaches SellLevel3.
If price falls back below SellLevel2, sell at last price.

If price increases past SellLevel3, start to check if it reaches SellLevel4.
If price falls back below SellLevel3, sell at last price.

If price increases past SellLevel4, start to check if it reaches SellLevel5.
If price falls back below SellLevel4, sell at last price.

If price increases past SellLevel5, wait for the first price that falls and buy at that price.

It's very very simple.
Sure, it won't perform as well as an "intelligent" algorythm, but it should work for the ones that have problems with connection and/or memory and/or computational power.

Thank you Gunthy!

It's a simple BAT file that will launch whatever pairs you want to .
Just edit it (very intuitive) as a text file.
Change the pairs names and the exchanges, depending on what you use.

The time variable is a trick to not launch all together because error 429 occur. To me at least, you can also try to launch all the pairs without the timeout and see what happens.

If you want to close one pair, hit CTRL+C, the task will be killed and the window will disappear.
If you want to close all the pairs in one shot, open the Resource Monitor, select all the CONHOST.EXE files, right click on any one of them, and select END PROCESS TREE.
Or right click on the Task Bar and select CLOSE ALL WINDOWS, that will kill all processes as well.

Then you can launch the pairs again.

You can also make 2 or 3 different files (or more), if you have different "categories" of pairs that you want to launch together.

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