I am excited to announce a trading competition for Jesse users on Bitget.
The competition, which has a prize pool of 30,000 USDT, is a great opportunity for traders to showcase their skills and potentially earn some extra money. To participate...
Merry Christmas everyone! I hope you are having a great time with your family and friends. To put it mildly, 2022 was a crazy (bad) year for my personal life, and I think it was for so many others as well. Thank god it's over.
## What's next?
I've been working on adding DEX support for weeks now. The first DEX driver coming is...
I hope you're doing great.
I'm offering a **60% black Friday** discount on the lifetime premium license of the live-trade plugin. That makes the price **$640** instead of **$1600**.
This is the **lowest price** the plugin will be offered during the year. If you have been waiting for a discount, this is the best time to get it.
I’m sorry about anyone who lost money on the FTX exchange. I cannot imagine it. It sucks and it shouldn’t have happened especially on an exchange that was thought to be the most regulated crypto exchange.
I want to share my thoughts about exchanges for trading, and decentralized exchanges, and also share a few tips on how to stay a little safer in case of this kind of disaster happens in the future.
This is a huge release. It marks a new partnership with Bitget, the current fastest-growing crypto exchange.
Today I released version `0.40.0` of the framework and the live plugin. This release includes many bug fixes and improvements along with a few new features and two small breaking changes with hopefully doesn't affect most of you.
I must mention, the previous release included a huge refactor which turned out to raise some issues.
Based on the reports I received from you guys I fixed them and also did some other improvements. There's also a new feature that is helpful for those writing multiple strategies that are related to each other.
Here's the summary of what's new:
I finally finished the update I've been working on for quite a while now. This is a huge update for live traders.
## What's new?
First things first, here's what's new:
Our goal as a group of traders is to automate trading strategies in an agile way and to be able to optimize them in the shortest possible time using a reliable system that allows us to deploy them efficiently.
The team consists of four people:
- 1x Data Scientist / Quant Analyst
- 1x Quant Developer
- 2x Traders
First, let's talk about the latest updates. In the past weeks, I released versions 0.38.3 of the main framework and 0.38.2 of the live plugin. These are patch releases so updating is safe and highly recommended.
Here's what's new:
Today I'm releasing version 0.38.0 of both the framework and the live plugin which brings the long-awaited support for spot trading.
Spot trading is a bit tricky. In better words, it's too simple and sometimes too limiting. For example, I like being able to submit both take-profit and stop-loss at the same time for my open positions.
Today I released version `0.37.0` of the framework and the live plugin. This release brings part 1 of the long-awaited support for spot trading.
Part 1 brings support for spot trading in backtesting, and part 2 makes it possible in live trading.
It is a bold release as it includes new features and most importantly breaking changes. So reading the changelog of this release and updating instructions is a must.
Today I released version `0.36.0` of the framework and the live plugin. Here's what's new
I just released version `0.35.0` of Jesse and it's a good one!
Let's start with the full changelog of this release:
Today's release is a big one. But there are no breaking changes to be worried about.
I completely refactored the live mode's calculations to be synced in real-time with the exchange. From now on, the live mode uses the information on the exchange instead of calculating it on our own.
This is a huge deal because it means:
Today I released version `0.33.0` of both the main framework and the live plugin. Buckle up, this is a big release!
Here's what's new: