- May 16, 2019 at 2:06 pm #4016
Since the last roadmap update, we have been unfortunately sidetracked by the Stripe credit card processing issue. Now that it is behind us, it’s time to double down on the roadmap ahead.
Here’s a summary of what we’re working on.
1. Deploy new disclosures and processes to comply with NFA/CTFC regulations. As previously mentioned, Crypto-ML is now officially registered as a Commodity Trading Advisor. This will allow us to finally release Auto Trading.
2. Auto Trade re-validation and testing.
3. Android app: enhance link opening.
4. iOS app release.
5. Unified short/long day-trading signal model.
6. Continued work on the expansion to forex and futures via Invest-ML.
Please share your thoughts and feedback here!
- May 17, 2019 at 6:57 am #4249
Very excited about auto-trading.
Which broker will you support ? Coinbase Pro, Kraken ?
- May 17, 2019 at 10:47 pm #4257
Thank you @Xiahdeh. Currently, we support Coinbase Pro (though not released yet to the public). Do you use Kraken?Community Advocate
- May 18, 2019 at 2:10 am #4260
Yes, I have been using Kraken for a long time.
But it’s perfect, I’m going to create a Coinbase Pro account only for auto-trade 😉
Good luck for the release.
- May 18, 2019 at 5:32 am #4261
I just sign up on Coinbase Pro.
From european region, Coinbase Pro don’t accept trade with USD/BTC pair ! So sad.
Add Kraken for auto-trading can be a good solution.
- May 21, 2019 at 8:47 pm #4367
- May 20, 2019 at 7:36 am #4281maiconerdParticipant
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…
- May 21, 2019 at 8:54 pm #4368
Coinbase actually supports quite a few countries at different levels, many sufficient for Auto Trading: https://www.coinbase.com/global
But yes, Binance does seem to have good and broad API support. It is on our list as well.
- May 22, 2019 at 8:50 am #4372maiconerdParticipant
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
- May 23, 2019 at 9:14 am #4383
Hi again @maiconerd–this is an amazing note. Thanks so much for the support. This is a challenging industry, so notes like this go a long way.
And agreed, there are a lot of different limitations on a country-by-country basis.
We do have a very broad global customer set, so it is there to add in the best exchanges to meet global needs. We’ll review the details of what each supports, prioritize, and get an update back out asap.Community Advocate
- May 23, 2019 at 6:13 am #4382GryphonnParticipant
When auto trading is eventually released will it only work for the USD/Crypto pairs or is the intention that it will be able to handle EUR and GBP as well on Coinbase Pro?
- May 23, 2019 at 9:15 am #4384
This is a good question. As I understand it, the API uses the funds in the account regardless of the denominations. But I need to check with development to better understand this scenario.
To date, our usage has been in USD pairs.Community Advocate
- May 26, 2019 at 3:45 pm #4422VolterParticipant
Any plans to support other cryptocurrency exchanges? i.e: Binance, Kraken, Poloniex… The technical aspects around offering support for the biggest exchanges out there is not extremely complex. Was Coinbase Pro chosen because of the regulatory aspect?
Will support for major cryptocurrency exchanges be on a future roadmap?
- May 28, 2019 at 2:05 pm #4428
Hi @Volter, yes–this seems to be the #1 request and is doable. We have it on our roadmap to add additional exchanges.
Yes, Coinbase Pro was initially chosen for a variety of reasons, but we will expand. Binance and Kraken are on the list.
Is there a particular exchange you prefer?Community Advocate
- June 3, 2019 at 1:14 pm #4462sodiumParticipant
- June 10, 2019 at 10:19 pm #4489arkhosParticipant
- June 11, 2019 at 8:06 am #4492
- June 11, 2019 at 1:06 am #4490DanielParticipant
Could you elaborate more on the auto trade? A few points I’m wondering:
– Will the auto trade work with Market Order or Limit Orders, maybe both?
– Will we be able to specify how much money we want to invest and in which crypto?
– How much will the auto trader subscription be?
Thanks for the hard work.
- June 11, 2019 at 8:05 am #4491
Hi @Daniel, thanks for the note.
1. Auto Trade functions on Market Order. There are some pros and cons of using Limits vs Markets. With Coinbase Pro, we’ve had very precise executions–typically to the penny. Testing will be required on other exchanges.
2. This is the point where the is a lot of variance and complexity in handling between exchanges. The cleanest way is to have Auto Trade utilize 100% of the funds for 1 crypto in a given exchange. This is how Auto Trade currently works.
Therefore, as an example, you may open a Coinbase Pro account specifically for Auto Trade and fund it with $10,000. In our interface, you connect to your account and then choose to trade Bitcoin. Whenever a BUY is issued for BTC, it will purchase with full balance. When a SELL is generated, it will completely liquidate the position.
3. At launch (confirmed for June now) it will be a free upgrade for existing Trader members who choose to upgrade. That price will be locked for those members. For people who sign up after June, the price will move higher and is to be determined.
I hope that helps and great questions. More info to come.
Would you mind also please sharing the exchange you prefer?
- June 12, 2019 at 5:47 am #4504naturelookerParticipant
Just wondering if you could explain #5. Will short signals be available for ETH? Will “day-trading” be any different than the current model?
- June 12, 2019 at 3:30 pm #4516
Hi @naturelooker, #5 is currently in the machine learning development stage. That is the model and mechanism for generating alerts. The user interface is yet to be determined, but yes–it would be different than current signals. We are experimenting with a few solutions but it’s probably too early to really detail out how this will work from a customer’s perspective.
I’m particularly excited about this feature though. It will become the key focus once Auto Trade goes live.Community Advocate
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