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Beginners & Help / Debian VPS Security Help
« on: February 21, 2018, 11:33:11 AM »
Hi guys,

for now i just have to let GB do its trading. That brings me to the fact that i have to take care of my vps security (Debian); meaning rearranging and setting up my inital installs.

This is what i have in mind so far, but as being a linux newbie any advice on the plan is helpful:
(in general i want to edit my stuff by connecting via sftp on the fly and also by ssh2 to attach to Gunbot screen process to watch realtime)

1. Change ssh port
2. Add "normal" user (just allowed to edit configs, using start/stop scripts).
3. Deny Root Login
4. Install Fail2Ban or similiar
5. Connect by using PublicKeys instead of password.

Concerning system structure i would think that way:

root/system area                                                              /usr folders


Gunbot                 >>>>>> symlink >>>>>>>>>>>>    /usr/config/config.json       
CryptogramBot     >>>>>> symlink >>>>>>>>>>>>   /usr/config/appsettings.json

                            <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<   /usr/script/....  start/stop for Gunbot
                            <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<  /usr/script/....   start/stop for CryptoGramBot

Said "normal" user just needs to access and see the folders and stuff in /usr....

So i would appreciate any comments or better solutions concerning security. As being new to linux that is my actual main idea about as far as i did read yet.


Technical Support & Development / Re: VPS on a mac
« on: February 20, 2018, 11:11:59 PM »
I can not tell on USD so you need to check that on your own. What i saw a lot in telegram channel is also contabo, vultr or digital ocean.
Also there is a thread around here concerning amazon vps.

Beginners & Help / Stepgain and trendwatcher
« on: February 19, 2018, 07:19:50 AM »
Hello guys,

just a question on trendwatcher when using stepgain, just to make sure i am thinking the right way :) The underlying for that mentioned in wiki is period and sma.

When using for example period 15 on a pair setting the minimum time before trendwatcher changes will be 15 minutes though?
So although the coin values are read more often (depending on your cycle time) the change of trend occurs just with every new candle?

Or saying the other way round, you can have a pair-cycling time for example of 8 minutes and wonīt miss trend changes on each? (when running with period 15 here).


Technical Support & Development / Re: Lost password
« on: February 19, 2018, 06:24:12 AM »
In general you define that password on your own when setting up the first time.
If you lost or canīt remember just do a new fresh install. First time on GUI you will be asked to set up the password

Technical Support & Development / Re: VPS on a mac
« on: February 19, 2018, 06:12:25 AM »
That is no problem, i am using a vps for example.
Connect by using terminal.

Beginners & Help / Re: safty switch is on
« on: February 09, 2018, 06:51:29 AM »
Thatīs the trades_timeout section in each strategy.
Measured in seconds it is the time before the bot is allowed to go into action after starting.
Meaning also it can cycle through some rounds and collect data.

Default is something about 600 sec / 10 minutes.

Beginners & Help / Question for using GB with Tradingview alerts
« on: January 25, 2018, 05:24:47 PM »
Hello guys,

actual i start working on tradingview with the amazing scripts from allanster. Doing so i wonder now if you use the TV Plugin, triggering the buys/sells for GB...

does GB still cycle through pairs doing his own calls to receive all the values, or just sits there quiet just carrying out the mail alerts?

(mainly asking because of the 1 call/sec at trex now)


I think the only option to cease trading then would be to set BUY_ENABLE=false; as overwrite for that specific pair.

Technical Support & Development / Re: RSI Calculation is wrong
« on: January 07, 2018, 10:08:48 PM »
By the way, how is the rsi calculated? What are the settings/values influencing the rsi number?

Not really, i just read a bit in telegram group. It seems that if an altcoin got no trade-history there could be issues with GB. I think the "solution" was to manually buy a coin to get things rollin.
But you should read/ask more about in telegram group. A lot of people there are already in binance.

Beginners & Help / BTC raise - alts bleeding
« on: January 05, 2018, 10:13:26 PM »
Hello guys,

whatīs your strategy on going through these BTC pumps in a healthy way?
As not being able to always monitor things at the pc i would think of adding a rather low rsi to the strategy itself.
Does the OKKIES option really prevent getting to much into bags (did not run it yet)?


Take a look here, as rsi became available to almost all strategies:

By the way, i am setting up my binance to start soon. Does the bug, that there is no trading without history, occur on all strategies there?

You better contact your reseller directly. Not sure if that gets read around here.

Beginners & Help / Re: Beginner question - how to deal with initial bags?
« on: January 02, 2018, 12:52:30 PM »
Yes, doing rebuys doesīt feel good, thatīs true. On the other hand i picked my pairs mostly out of the top 40 in market cap. and running a rather conservative entry strategy.
So fortunately it doesīt happen that offer.
But as mentioned above counts for me as well. Best thing if i am able to forget the bot and just let him work.

Beginners & Help / Re: Coin bought twice before sell
« on: January 02, 2018, 12:32:25 PM »
Maybe the price dropped in between to "dust-level", so GB did another buy?

Beginners & Help / Re: Beginner question - how to deal with initial bags?
« on: December 30, 2017, 07:14:24 PM »
well, i wait for things to recover as well. I run things without double up, but i buy manual again, when price dropping is really hard.

Beginners & Help / Re: Bet Bigger
« on: December 21, 2017, 04:34:51 PM »
Of course higher value on the trading limit delivers more BTC profit, but also makes bigger bags. On the other hand running more coins and therefore more opportunities creates a lot of micro profits.
I donīt think there is one answer to get GB bigger :)

General Discussion / Re: Can't wait till I can afford Gunbot!!
« on: December 15, 2017, 02:20:41 PM »
I would be really glad about a constant +20% per month!
At least i am out of making loss - but trying out coins, settings and strategies in the beginning costs money first.

But i expected that as it is rather normal for beginners.

Technical Support & Development / Re: Not placing sell orders
« on: December 13, 2017, 01:45:09 PM »
Don‘t know much more right now, as being new to Gunbot myself. Did you talk to the gurus on gunthy‘s telegram channel? I received a lot of help there.

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