For those of you who have been tried of Binance lately, this is an interesting release bringing full support for the "FTX Futures" exchange to Jesse. It also brings backtesting support for `Bybit`.
I mentioned in my previous post that I'm working on the new dashboard release. I'm happy to announce that a beta version of it is available to everyone interested in trying it out, and I have screenshots for the rest of you.
Today I released version `0.26.0` of the main framework and version `0.0.10` of the live trade plugin.
Here is what's new...
I'm sure you have noticed that I've been quiet in the past few weeks. That's because I was focused on a long-overdue and important release of Jesse.
Finding good strategies to learn from, modify, or trade is no easy task. You have to filter through so many just to find a few good ones. My number one goal for Jesse as a whole echo system is to make all parts of trading easier for the community.
I am pleased to announce that today I published a new page on our website for hosting strategies.
Today I released 0.25.0 for the main framework and 0.0.8 of the live trade plugin.
Version `0.24.0` brings a few improvements and also introduces a number of new utility functions for researchers.
However, if you are an M1 Mac user, this release is a game-changer for you because it brings native support for M1 chips!
I am happy to announce that the version `0.24.0` release of Jesse brings native support for M1-based Macs.
Today I am proud to announce that the long-awaited live trade plugin is available for early access. Here's what's included:
I am pleased to announce that we have purchased a better domain name for Jesse.
Jesse's domain address is now Jesse.Trade instead of jesse-ai.com which sounds more convenient to the nature of the project. All addresses of the project on social media and the Github profile have been updated to reflect the change.
Today, I am proud to announce that Jesse is initially released. You no longer have to struggle for weeks just to back-test a trading strategy.
After working for more than two years, trying out two programming languages, countless modifications of the API design for defining strategies, writing hundreds of unit tests, writing countless strategies, sharing with a test team and receiving feedback, I can confidently say that Jesse is ready for the initial release to the public.