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  • in reply to: Auto Trade Now Available #4797
    Avatarmaiconerd
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    Ok, so the “Auto Trader” subscription will replace my “Trader” subscription ? When I click the upgrade link the website asks for my credit card again, even though I already have a recurrent billing set up

    in reply to: Auto Trade Now Available #4795
    Avatarmaiconerd
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    I’d join auto trading right now, but since my country (Brazil) is restricted on Coinbase Pro I’ll have to wait for the Binance compatibility to be released first.

    Hope you’ll keep us posted on that!

    Awesome job as always

    in reply to: Leveraging #4717
    Avatarmaiconerd
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    I wouldn’t particularly go as far as to leverage this kind of signal. As you can see on the the trade history, Crypto-ML works well on a D scale. Leveraged positions are much more technical and fast-paced, usually being closed within hours or even minutes after being opened. So in a leveraged position you gotta be able to tell if your trade is gonna be a winner or a loser in a few hours after placing it, whereas with Crypto ML signals it may take a few days for the results to show.

    in reply to: Perspective on Stop Losses #4652
    Avatarmaiconerd
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    I’ve read the post and I’m currently using only the signals to open and close positions. So far they have worked very well. Of course neither we human beings nor any machine learning program will ever be able to catch the absolute bottom or the absolute top for any trade, but that’s the thing about risk management, most of the time it’s better to close a position too early instead of closing it too late at a loss.

    Stop losses are necessary when you are trading based on technical analysis, but as you mentioned on the post the ML model uses much more than that to determine entry and exit points, so in my opinion I’ll keep leaving the SL/TP to it.

    Thanks for the post anyway!

    in reply to: May/June Roadmap and Upcoming Features #4372
    Avatarmaiconerd
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    It does support 103 countries, yes, but not all of them allow to hold fiat. For most of these 103 countries, they will only allow the “Convert” feature (crypto to crypto) meaning you wouldn’t be able to close your trades on a fiat currency. That includes all of Asia (except Singapore), all of Africa, Australia and NZ, most countries on Central America and all of South America (except Chile).

    I’m not sure about the demographics of the majority of Crypto-ML clients base, maybe users in these restricted areas don’t even amount to a very considerable share of your clients, but as a Brazil user I would very much appreciate a less restrictive exchange.

    But anyway, as long as these API integration projects are still in development, I’m very satisfied to keep using Crypto-ML calls manually.

    This is one of the best crypto projects I’ve seen so far. Very innovative, awesome team and great community participation.

    Wish your team the best

    in reply to: May/June Roadmap and Upcoming Features #4281
    Avatarmaiconerd
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    Coinbase Pro wouldn’t really benefit those outside USA.

    Are you considering Binance ? Most auto-trading/signal services almost always support Binance, not sure if because of their good liquidity or if it has something to do with a good API mechanism or something like that…

    in reply to: Personal Perspective on Bull Market #4011
    Avatarmaiconerd
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    That was a great call! You guys have made an excelent job!
    I have to say I’m kinda anxious right now as to when the AI is going to recommend a close on these long positions, as a correction “seems” due. Anyway, let’s leave that up to the machine, that’s why we’re here after all!

    As a trial member I’m very satisfied with the product so far and strongly considering a membership after the demo ends.

    Best regards
    Maicon Zeppenfeld

    in reply to: Phone Calls #3961
    Avatarmaiconerd
    Participant

    The alert on your phone for a call would be the same as receiving a text message or an app push notification (ring + vibrate).
    If you think they are easy to miss maybe you could assign a specific ringtone + volume profile for Crypto – ML app. I know that’s possible on most Android phones (config -> apps -> notifications) but I’m not sure about iOS though.

    By the way that won’t be an issue anymore when they finally deploy their API integration

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