06-25 21:42 - 'Qt Bitcoin Trader' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/dinhhieu8787 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 50-60min
''' Supported exchanges: OkCoin, Bitfinex, BTC-e, Bitstamp, goc.io, Indacoin, BTCChina, Bitmarket.pl and Bitcurex. This software helps you open and cancel orders very fast. Real time data monitoring. Developed on pure Qt, uses OpenSSL. I want to develop this Trader App so that it can be configured for any rule and strategy [link]1 [link]2 [link]3 Next ToDo: 1 ) Advanced Charts 2 ) Add support to monitor many exchanges and currencies at the same time 3 ) Develop server to collect all ticker and depth data to provide single websocket connection for realtime data updates 4 ) Make floatable interface 5 ) Allow to save interface settings as Workspace profiles 6 ) Develop mobile application to provide secure remote access to running application on desktop 7 ) Add plugins support to allow all developers attach any exchanges DOWNLOAD LINK: [link]4 PASSWORD RAR: QtBitcoinTrader ''' Qt Bitcoin Trader Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: dinhhieu8787 1: http://i.imgur.com/QDQa43L.jpg 2: http://i.imgur.com/GoAgkYn.jpg 3: http://i.imgur.com/rb9TO49.jpg 4: www.send*p*ce.*o*/file*15*c*k Unknown links are censored to prevent spreading illicit content.
Does anyone have any advice on how to set a proper failsafe rule on QT Bitcoin Trader? I'm looking for something that sells if the price drops by a certain % in a certain amount of time. Just curious how any of you might have gone about setting that up. Thanks!
I know that people write scripts to automate based on their own stratagies, but does anyone know of any published scripts? I would like to take a look at some advanced scripts and see how people do things, organization, etc..
I am new to this automatic trader and I thought I understood the sell/buy orders but apparently I dont. I set a sell order for $625 as a 'stop loss' using qt bitcoin trader on bitstamp. At the time the the price was around $660. I looked away for a second and when I went back to qt bitcoin trader i saw that I had an order filled at 661 and 662. WTF happen? I set a sell order at 625 and it ended up selling asap.
Hi, I'm playing around with approx $10 AUD worth with Qt Bitcoin trader can anyone point me in the right direction in regards to creating buy/sell rules or a set of rules that I can use to visualise how day trading works, and use to "learn the ropes" and play around with the little money I don't care about
I started using QT Bitcoin Trader to take advantage of the highs and lows. I set up rules 3 times, and 3 times it showed the rule status as "done" but when I look at my order history there's nothing there, no orders were ever made, no trades ever happened. I created a new api key, gave it trade and info permission, still QT trader doesn't actually put any orders. I've missed out on potential gains 3 times. Can anyone help please?
Decentralized market/trader p2p with Qt BT (layout based on Qt Bitcoin Trader)
I have this idea, is just an Idea that I think is very important to the bitcoin's community. If you know someone or few people how can start this, feel free to show it. The idea is make it Opensource like the Satoshi Qt Bitcoin is. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=413177.new#new
Thinking about pulling out - maybe I'm just not any good at this?
So I first bought in to BTC back in November during the big ramp up. I bought my first two and a half or so coins ($500 worth) at around $223 each and giddily sold at around $330 for a tidy ~$200 profit. What easy money! I didn't really pay attention again until the end of the month, when the price had hit $1200 or so (on Coinbase, at least, which was where I was moving fiat in). Completely oblivious at that point and time to MACDs, Stochastic RSIs, and pretty much anything else even resembling a technical indicator, I bought back in at $1070 or so (at that point, maybe 1.2 coins or so) and told myself I'd come back and check it in a week or so to reap my rewards. I sold a week later at around $715, posting a loss of around $350. Lesson learned: always have a stop loss, and either automate it or pay enough attention to be able to implement it manually. Over the next two weeks, I bought back in (1.4 coins worth or so, maybe worth $850 in fiat at the time) and tried my hand at shorter term trading on BTC-E using QT Bitcoin Trader (which is an awesome app, kudos to whomever designed it). Riding little waves and bumps, buying high, selling low, beginning to pay attention to the various indicators available on bitcoinwisdom and bitcoincharts. I never seemed to make too much forward progress though; for every three times I'd make $10, there would be one unforeseen market movement that would cost me $30 before I hit my stop loss. On two separate occasions, I fell asleep/zoned out/got distracted while trading and came back a few hours later to find myself down $60 or so dollars. Going back over my strategies, I found a few mistakes I'd made that I likely wouldn't have if I'd paid attention to more indicators or hadn't panic sold shy of my stop loss. Lesson learned: 1) once you have a plan, stick to it; and 2) make sure your plan contemplates conflicting signals so that you don't put all your eggs in one basket. So that's where I find myself today. I continue to learn more about various indicators, the nuances of the order book, and when to spot a pump & dump trap during low volume trading periods, but I'm still 35% or so down from what I put in, and 50% down from my all-time high. Do I have any more lessons to learn? Is my stop loss set too high - am I too risk averse? Am I trading on windows that are too short for human beings to be able to successfully trade on and make consistent profits, given the number of sophisticated bots that dominate prices and trends during most low volume periods? Or do I just not have the tools - the automated, mathematical, scientific tools - needed to remove my personal judgment and fear from the equation entirely, so that I can actually physically walk away from the ticker? Or is it possible I'm just not any good at this? Perhaps this is less of a genuine question and more of a rant. I doubt I'll want to really walk away now (I don't really need the $1000, and wouldn't be hurting if I lost all of it tomorrow, which is at least one rule I went with and got right from the start), but sometimes you just get down enough to want to complain to some folks who have been there. Thanks for listening.
Linux: clicking on bitcoin: links was broken if you were using a Gnome-based desktop. Fix a hang-at-shutdown bug that only affects users that compile their own version of Bitcoin against Boost versions 1.50-1.52. Other changes Qt Bitcoin Trader becomes Qt Trader. The purpose of the all-new exchange Qt Trader is to bring the speed, security and features of forex trading to the virtual currency sector. We started by omitting the web interface. The UI of Qt Trader is a flexible native application, based on our popular trading client Qt Bitcoin Trader. Qt Bitcoin Trader is an easy to use OS X application that enables its users to initiate or cancel bitcoin transactions on Mt.Gox, BTC-e, Bitstamp and BTCChina. From Qt Bitcoin Trader's user ... Qt Bitcoin Trader is an application that helps you open and cancel orders very fast. This software program provides real time data monitoring. The utility supports exchanges, such as Bitfinex, BTC-e, Bitstamp, goc.io, and BTCChina. Bitcoin BitQT also offers a session with an expert training coach. They will advise you on how to get set up and start trading right away. The company claims that its program uses an algorithm that ensures a 99% accuracy rate, which means you will make a profit from 99% of your trades using Bitcoin robot BitQT.