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spanishcross [2019/05/13 09:31]
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spanishcross [2019/07/09 20:59] (current)
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 **Note:** **Note:**
-  - Click the [[http://spanishcross.cryptocoyns.com/pttracker|{{glyphicon>​cloud?​20}}]] cloud icon to view the demo server for this strategy;+  - Click the [[http://demobots.profittrailer.com/spanishcross.htm|{{glyphicon>​cloud?​20}}]] cloud icon to view the demo server for this strategy;
   - Note if the cloud icon is showing in red [[#​|{{glyphicon>​cloud?​20}}]] it means the demo server is not available right now;   - Note if the cloud icon is showing in red [[#​|{{glyphicon>​cloud?​20}}]] it means the demo server is not available right now;
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   * Use the [[dca_calculator|DCA calculator]] we provide to work these values out covering at least 4 levels of DCA for all your pairs. Once you have those values enter them into this strategy. The [[dca_calculator|DCA calculator]] also ensures you have a 50/50 split on your trading budget to ensure you have sufficient budget for the sell side of this strategy.   * Use the [[dca_calculator|DCA calculator]] we provide to work these values out covering at least 4 levels of DCA for all your pairs. Once you have those values enter them into this strategy. The [[dca_calculator|DCA calculator]] also ensures you have a 50/50 split on your trading budget to ensure you have sufficient budget for the sell side of this strategy.
  
-  * Spanish Cross makes use of Pending Orders. A Pair in the Pending Orders exists solely on the exchange you are trading on. The bot has nothing to do with it.  You can no longer count the trading pairs as part of your holdings as you have created a Limit Sell Order at your GAIN price and have in effect given them to the exchange to sell them for you on your behalf. ​ If you check your funds on the exchange you will see that the exchange considers them as "In Order" until they are either cancelled or sold off. If sold off you will be given the proceeds of the sale in the base currency you are trading in less the exchange fees. The bot will however monitor any Pending Order it creates. We have the DEFAULT_combined_cancel_pending_trigger in pairs.properties ​and its equivalent in DCA.properties ​set in order to attempt to cancel the pending orders and return them to the pairs/dca log if combined profit of current trades for the same trading pairs reaching 0.25%.+  * Spanish Cross makes use of Pending Orders. A Pair in the Pending Orders exists solely on the exchange you are trading on. The bot has nothing to do with it.  You can no longer count the trading pairs as part of your holdings as you have created a Limit Sell Order at your GAIN price and have in effect given them to the exchange to sell them for you on your behalf. ​ If you check your funds on the exchange you will see that the exchange considers them as "In Order" until they are either cancelled or sold off. If sold off you will be given the proceeds of the sale in the base currency you are trading in less the exchange fees. The bot will however monitor any Pending Order it creates. We have the DEFAULT_combined_cancel_pending_trigger in the pairs config ​and its equivalent in the DCA config ​set in order to attempt to cancel the pending orders and return them to the pairs/dca log if combined profit of current trades for the same trading pairs reaching 0.25%.
  
   * Spanish Cross makes use of the DEFAULT_combined_cancel_pending_trigger to attempt to cancel pending sales and return them to the pairs/dca log if combined profit reaches the set level. In our case 0.25%  If the Pending Order didn't cancel and the coin sold off from Pairs or DCA then it is likely that the combined profit didn't reach that trigger point. Alternatively the Coin may have sold off before the Pending Order got cancelled in which case the Pending Order would have been recreated.   * Spanish Cross makes use of the DEFAULT_combined_cancel_pending_trigger to attempt to cancel pending sales and return them to the pairs/dca log if combined profit reaches the set level. In our case 0.25%  If the Pending Order didn't cancel and the coin sold off from Pairs or DCA then it is likely that the combined profit didn't reach that trigger point. Alternatively the Coin may have sold off before the Pending Order got cancelled in which case the Pending Order would have been recreated.
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