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  Add new Exchange [ethfinex]
Posted by: Viktor_BB - 01-10-2019, 11:11 AM - Forum: Other exchanges - Replies (1)

Requesting new exchange platform: ethfinex


Posted by: sdazjing - 01-10-2019, 06:15 AM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

9. Do not suppress your emotions . Feel free to express your feelings when you make love . Your voice tells you what your feelings are, and you should not be shy to do what you feel. x 10. Make love in a new place . Add a little bit of enthusiasm and novelty to your sex life, 

  Multiple Time Frames with TALIB and Tulip
Posted by: batssmasher - 01-09-2019, 05:28 PM - Forum: Strategy Development - Replies (15)

I know i can use Multiple Time Frames with builtin indicators like MACD and RSI in ZAPPRA . but i want to use same trick with TALIB and Tulip lib

  Which backtester to use?
Posted by: wilbertvdl - 01-08-2019, 12:38 PM - Forum: Third Party Software - Replies (6)

Hi all,

I would like to use a (bruteforce/) backtesting tool and I have spend the last few days setting up BacktestTool. I ran into some issues, got most of them resolved but there are still a few things that do not work as expected. Upon trying to get some help on xFFFFF's forum, I noticed the project is basically no longer active.

The same seems to be the case for GekkoWarez backtesting tool...

Before I embark on yet another adventure with a backtesting tool which is no longer active: could anyone advice me on which tool is currently the most popular/active/easy/reliable/etc.?

I see Nickz's project, but not much action there it looks like.

Tommiehansen's GAB looks quite active, but installation doesn't seem thát straightforward.

I'm running Gekko v0.6.8 on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.

Looking forward to your suggestions, thanks!

Thumbs Up Add New exchange: Indodax
Posted by: gavuliani - 01-08-2019, 06:20 AM - Forum: Other exchanges - Replies (1)

Please add indodax exchange, larger exhcnage in Indonesia

  Test Multiple Strategies simultaneously on a single exchange API key
Posted by: crypto49er - 01-07-2019, 04:47 PM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies


I been trying to figure out how to do this since I started using Gekko back in 2017. For exchanges that are heavily KYCed like Coinbase Pro, you end up having only one account meaning you can only trade one crypto with Gekko as it uses your entire balance. What I wanted to do is set a fiat limit so if I have $300 USD, I can have 3 Gekkos each trading $100 so I can see how each strategy performs and adjust each accordingly. 

I believe I have done it with this modification to the trader.js file.

I also created a video here explaining the modification.

The modification not only limits the starting balance for each Gekko. It also updates the available balance based on wins/losses. So if your strat running with $100 limit makes a winning trade that earns it $10, it will now have $110 available to trade. Subsequently, if your other strat makes a trade that loses $10, it will now only have $90 to trade with. 

I have already tested this out on Coinbase Pro with 2 Gekkos running ETH/USD and ETC/USD simultaneously and it worked as described. Let me know what you guys think!

  Trading bot for stable coins
Posted by: acciaiale86 - 01-07-2019, 08:44 AM - Forum: Strategy Development - No Replies

Hi Guys,
I'm new here, pleasure to meet all of you! I was thinking of something but I don't know if it's madness or if it is feasible . since the stable coins don't have big movements but have the center of gravity around the dollar, you couldn't take advantage of this? I was looking at the TUSD-USDT chart and I noticed that the price is almost always above the dollar, so you could think very simply, on a 15m chart to buy when the RSI is oversold at 25 for example, and to sell when it arrives at 75 overbought for example, being quite calm with a stop loss at 1 dollar. Another idea for Stable/usd that gravitate over and under 1 dollar could be the bot buys or sells when the price is away from $ 1(using a oscillator) and closes the operation when it comes back.
Is there any of you who has already thought about such a strategy?

  Long and Short advice behavior
Posted by: lordxoren - 01-07-2019, 03:25 AM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

Sorry if this is in the wrong forum.

I have a very basic strategy that instructs gekko to go long at a certain price and short at a certain price. Lets say it goes long at 100$ and trys to sell at 150$.

The problem I have is that once the price drops to 100$, Gekko will attempt to issue a buy order at the current market price, regardless if the price raises above said buy level at 100$ i.e. after price drops to 99 but Gekko cannot fill the order fast enough it will keep issuing continually higher buy orders even if the price goes above 100$. 

Likewise, it will do the same with the short position(sell order). During my test day trading scalping exercise, it dropped the price so far that I barely had any profit in the trade. 

I understand market volume and how just because the price is at a certain point doesn't mean there is enough volume there to trade at the point, but my question is, is it intentional for the bot to keep trying to buy above the buy threshold? Do I need to adjust my strategy configuration to NOT let it buy past the buy threshold?(Shouldn't be too hard honestly). 

Also, a side question, is it possible to have more than one short and long advice? When I wrote my stop loss into the strategy I had to combine it with my other sell position rather than have one short advice trigger for stop loss and one short advice for taking profit. It's not a problem persay just wanted to see if I was missing something, I was thinking of adding a couple other buy/sell conditions and wanted to know if I had to combine them into one function or could keep them seperate.

Question SQLITE_CORRUPT error
Posted by: chrisb647100 - 01-04-2019, 06:08 PM - Forum: Technical Support - Replies (4)

I had Gekko running for awhile on my Win 10 Pro machine, but am now receiving the error, "{ Error: SQLITE_CORRUPT: database disk image is malformed errno: 11, code: 'SQLITE_CORRUPT' }", when I try to "Scan available data" in the Gekko UI.

Can someone help me with the Bash commands to uninstall the DB and start all over?

I have already tried to uninstall Ubuntu (which I downloaded from the Windows store) and reinstall it, but that did not fix the issue.

Any other advice to get it up and running again on my Win 10 Pro box would be helpful. Thanks.

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  Request new exchanges
Posted by: tradingthelife - 01-03-2019, 05:30 AM - Forum: Other exchanges - Replies (1)

Hi friends, I'm very impressed with your project so I would like to make a question or proposition if you didn't think about it...

I trade altcoins but also indices and stocks and I have my own strategies. So... Have you thought about creating new broker integrations such as IG Markets or Interactive Brokers? I think it would be a great expansion for gekko and all trading community.

I would thank you if you think about it.

Thanks a lot and best regards.