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QT Bitcoin Trader Rules

Does anyone have any advice on how to set a proper failsafe rule on QT Bitcoin Trader?
I'm looking for something that sells if the price drops by a certain % in a certain amount of time. Just curious how any of you might have gone about setting that up.
Thanks!
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Need some PyQt5 Help

Hi /learnpython,
I'm looking for some help with PyQt5, I'm pretty good with tkinter but have been trying to get into learning a more powerful GUI tool. Please don't shout at me for this obvious question.
I have been creating a tabbed GUI for an automated trader to be used with Binance (Crypto trading). I think i'm struggling with the parent / child relationships of it all. Code is below.
Right down at the bottom you'll see i'm trying to add a simple label to the summary tab i created. The label is called BitcoinPriceLabel. How do i then add that label to the Summary_Tab?

Thanks for the help!
Jake


import sys from PyQt5.QtWidgets import * #QApplication, QWidget from PyQt5.QtGui import *
class Example(QMainWindow):
def __init__(self): super().__init__()
self.initUI()
def initUI(self): #This section adds all the items in initiation. #PosX, PosY, SizeX, SizeY self.setGeometry(100, 100, 1024, 768)
self.setWindowTitle('Jakes Python Binance Trader') self.setWindowIcon(QIcon('Binance_Logo.png')) self.statusBar().showMessage('Ready to go...') MainLayout=QVBoxLayout(self)
#Settings for tooltips QToolTip.setFont(QFont('SansSerif', 10))
#Button example #ExampleButton = QPushButton('The Button', self) #ExampleButton.setToolTip('This is an example Push Button') #ExampleButton.resize(ExampleButton.sizeHint()) #ExampleButton.move(50,50) self.CreateFileMenu() self.CreateTabs() self.CreateSummaryTab() self.show()
def CreateFileMenu(self): #This function defines all buttons on the menu bar and adds them to #The main window #Define actions to be added into the menu bar exitAct = QAction(QIcon('exit.png'), '&Exit', self) exitAct.setShortcut('Ctrl+Q') exitAct.setStatusTip('Exit application') exitAct.triggered.connect(qApp.quit)
def CreateTabs(self): self.MainWidget=QWidget(self) self.Tablayout = QVBoxLayout(self.MainWidget) Main_Window_Tab_Widget=QTabWidget(self)
#Define a bunch of tabs Summary_View = QWidget() Summary_View_Layout = QVBoxLayout(Summary_View) Main_Window_Tab_Widget.addTab(Summary_View,'Summary View')
Trade_Rules= QWidget() Trade_Rules_Layout = QVBoxLayout(Trade_Rules) Main_Window_Tab_Widget.addTab(Trade_Rules, 'Trade Rules')
Trade_Log= QWidget() Trade_Log_Layout = QVBoxLayout(Trade_Rules) Main_Window_Tab_Widget.addTab(Trade_Log, 'Trade Log')
Profit_Loss= QWidget() Profit_Loss_Layout = QVBoxLayout(Trade_Rules) Main_Window_Tab_Widget.addTab(Profit_Loss, 'Profit/Loss')
Settings_Tab= QWidget() Settings_Tab_Layout = QVBoxLayout(Settings_Tab) Main_Window_Tab_Widget.addTab(Settings_Tab, 'Settings')
#Add tabs to main window self.Tablayout.addWidget(Main_Window_Tab_Widget) self.setCentralWidget(self.MainWidget)
def CreateSummaryTab(self):
self.BitcoinPriceLabel = QLabel("Bitcoin / USD") How do I add this to the Summary Tab defined above?
if __name__ == '__main__': app = QApplication(sys.argv) ex = Example() sys.exit(app.exec_())



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Of Wolves and Weasels - Day 66 - Only As Serious As We Need To Be

Hey all, GoodShibe here!
'We need to grow up!'
Do we? Really?
'We need to be more serious!'
Why?
My line has always been, "Dogecoin: Only as serious as we need to be" -- and I wholeheartedly believe it.
Heck, I'm a mod on /DogecoinScamWatch -- I know all about 'being serious'. Working to try and protect and help my fellow Shibes however I can.
But I don't buy the line that 'we need to be more serious'.
Not even for a second.
Look at where we are right now - a 3-month-old coin, just about to have our first full-blown International payment processor come on board (GoCoin).
We're creating, together! New tools and new ideas every day; building a passionate, exciting community around us.
All, specifically, because we don't take things too seriously.
Because we're making the transition from fiat to cryptos as fun and painless as possible. We're bringing in people who aren't all that technically savvy, we're teaching them in /dogeducation how to play safe. We're looking out for each other in /DogecoinScamWatch
And we're making it a good time.
Take a serious look back at pretty much ALL the press we've ever had, all the heat our currency has going for it and you realize that our niche is, quite literally, the most powerful one you can have.
We're the friendly face of Cryptos. The warm, welcoming, fun community that encourages housewives and truckers, veterans and veterinarians to give this whole thing a shot.
The world around us is 'serious'. There is no shortage of 'serious' stuff going on out there.
People are sick and freaking tired of 'serious'.
They want to have fun.
And guess where we rule?
We, as a community, have a choice to make: Where do we want to be? What do we want our coin to become?
Because, on paper, we're nothing. We're a clone coin. We've added a neat new trick, thanks to DigiShield, but we don't DO anything differently than pretty much any other Scrypt coin in existence. Each and every one of those coins, out there, shuffling and jockeying for position and all extolling how 'serious' they are.
'Serious' is a dime-a-dozen.
Serious is nothing special.
Anyone can do 'serious'.
So, I really don't get it.
I look through the threads, day after day, all these posts bubbling around, talking about how 'serious' we have to be, but at the same time complaining about how much more 'fun' this place used to be.
Everyone wants to be 'serious' as if this is some clarion-call that will somehow 'make all our concerns better'. Invite the 'right kind of people'.
Bitcoin 'got serious'. Invited 'the right kind of people'.
And that place got swarmed with Investors and wannabe-day-traders.
I'm sorry but the reason I left Bitcoin was precisely because of what it became: a chore. Sure they've done wonderful things, I still love them dearly, but man, it was such a slog - day in, day out - 'how much are we worth now'? 'We have to be more serious!'.
/Bitcoin used to be full of memes and people laughing and having a great time. It got so bad they created /BitcoinSerious. Eventually the main sub just eliminated Memes altogether.
Is that the 'serious' we want?
What makes Dogecoin special is that the Money is, and has always been, Secondary to the community; to the experience we offer.
And I get that we've got a bunch of newbies here, who haven't been through what us older-shibes have been through, and that's okay, but please understand that 'being serious' isn't going to give you what you think it will.
Look at GoCoin's reasoning for choosing Dogecoin over all of the other coins that they could've picked.
""We’ve been carefully prioritizing the latest altcoins, and dogecoin really stands out as a viable currency due, in large part, to the strength of its community,” said GoCoin founder and CEO Steve Beauregard." (via Coindesk)
What is our Community known for?
"We love the ethos of the dogecoin community and our merchants are ready to accept it alongside bitcoin and litecoin." (via Coindesk)
We didn't get here by 'being serious'.
And we're not going to make our mark on the world by following Bitcoin/Litecoin/everyone-else-coin's footsteps.
We're blazing our own trail because we dare to be different, to laugh about the process - laugh all the way to the bank... while making a few stop-offs to help folks in need along the way, while stopping to pick up anyone who wants to go to the moon with us.
What we're already doing is working - I know it might not seem like it's 'fast enough' and that after showing up every day, seeing the great press we were getting for Dogesled disappear, it feels disheartening... but it's not.
We're 3 months old. We're not 'growing up', we're not 'forcing ourselves into business-suits'.
We don't need to.
Because those aren't our strengths. That's not what people want from us.
Our strength is this:
"Hey, everyone, there's a party going on and you're all invited! Here! Have some DOGEs! Oh, and check this out!!"
And it's okay if you don't feel that way every day, it's okay if you want to be serious-face one day and party-shibe another, but that's you and your choice.
That doesn't mean we need to reconfigure the whole community.
So, take a step back, read a meme -- create a meme. Relax.
We're doing amazing things -- and the world can't wait to jump in and join us.
To the moon, my friends!
Together :D)
It's 8:12AM EST and we're at 59.97% of DOGEs found. Our Global Hashrate is on the upswing from ~55 to ~69 GigaHashes per second and our Difficulty is holding strong at ~1295 -- looks like it's just about ready to take a dive though, so plan accordingly! :D)
As always, I appreciate your support!
GoodShibe
SYNOPSIS: This post works to debunk our perceived need to 'be more serious'.
SUPPLEMENTAL
Community Challenge Week is still in full effect!
Community-Wide 'Weekly Challenge':
Beginner:
  • Bring up 'Dogecoin' one time in casual conversation. If it fizzles, let it. If not, listen to what they say, their concerns, their misconceptions.
Intermediate:
  • Tip some Dogecoin to a friend who doesn't yet know about Dogecoin. Paper Wallet, Mobile Wallet, QT Wallet, Lite Wallet -- whatever you like.
Advanced:
  • Wear something Dogecoin-related in public all week long. If anyone asks you about it, stop what you're doing and talk to them about it. No pressure tactics or anything. Listen to what they have to say. Their concerns. If they're amenable, give them some Dogecoins.
Epic:
  • Talk to a small business or restaurant about Dogecoin. Ask them about their concerns - be honest about volatility, risk, etc. Don't try to sell them, ask them what they'd need to have to feel comfortable accepting it. Maybe the answers will surprise us, maybe they won't.
Legendary:
  • Talk to your local media about Dogecoin. Note: You should feel somewhat comfortable speaking about Dogecoin, knowledgeable about what it is, how it works. If interested in undertaking this, I recommend creating a 'Legendary' Thread in the sub and talking it out with the community ;D)
Please post about your experiences in the comments below! :D)
PS: I've also thrown my hat into the ring to become a mod on /Dogecoin_PR. If you think that I'm the kind of person you'd want speaking our community - in a somewhat more official capacity - while working to get the Dogecoin message further out there, please take a moment to pop by and upvote my nomination comment here.
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Thinking about pulling out - maybe I'm just not any good at this?

So I first bought in to BTC back in November during the big ramp up. I bought my first two and a half or so coins ($500 worth) at around $223 each and giddily sold at around $330 for a tidy ~$200 profit. What easy money!
I didn't really pay attention again until the end of the month, when the price had hit $1200 or so (on Coinbase, at least, which was where I was moving fiat in). Completely oblivious at that point and time to MACDs, Stochastic RSIs, and pretty much anything else even resembling a technical indicator, I bought back in at $1070 or so (at that point, maybe 1.2 coins or so) and told myself I'd come back and check it in a week or so to reap my rewards.
I sold a week later at around $715, posting a loss of around $350. Lesson learned: always have a stop loss, and either automate it or pay enough attention to be able to implement it manually.
Over the next two weeks, I bought back in (1.4 coins worth or so, maybe worth $850 in fiat at the time) and tried my hand at shorter term trading on BTC-E using QT Bitcoin Trader (which is an awesome app, kudos to whomever designed it). Riding little waves and bumps, buying high, selling low, beginning to pay attention to the various indicators available on bitcoinwisdom and bitcoincharts. I never seemed to make too much forward progress though; for every three times I'd make $10, there would be one unforeseen market movement that would cost me $30 before I hit my stop loss. On two separate occasions, I fell asleep/zoned out/got distracted while trading and came back a few hours later to find myself down $60 or so dollars. Going back over my strategies, I found a few mistakes I'd made that I likely wouldn't have if I'd paid attention to more indicators or hadn't panic sold shy of my stop loss. Lesson learned: 1) once you have a plan, stick to it; and 2) make sure your plan contemplates conflicting signals so that you don't put all your eggs in one basket.
So that's where I find myself today. I continue to learn more about various indicators, the nuances of the order book, and when to spot a pump & dump trap during low volume trading periods, but I'm still 35% or so down from what I put in, and 50% down from my all-time high. Do I have any more lessons to learn? Is my stop loss set too high - am I too risk averse? Am I trading on windows that are too short for human beings to be able to successfully trade on and make consistent profits, given the number of sophisticated bots that dominate prices and trends during most low volume periods? Or do I just not have the tools - the automated, mathematical, scientific tools - needed to remove my personal judgment and fear from the equation entirely, so that I can actually physically walk away from the ticker?
Or is it possible I'm just not any good at this?
Perhaps this is less of a genuine question and more of a rant. I doubt I'll want to really walk away now (I don't really need the $1000, and wouldn't be hurting if I lost all of it tomorrow, which is at least one rule I went with and got right from the start), but sometimes you just get down enough to want to complain to some folks who have been there. Thanks for listening.
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NEW TRADERS READ HERE TO AVOID BEING SCAMMED

Due to an influx of new traders from TI4 getting scammed with injection and fake MM scams, we've stickied Hammy's guide on trade scams. If you are a new trader please look over these scams, if you are selling for paypal/WU or any other non-Steam supported method please pay careful attention to the middleman injection and impersonator sections.
READ BEFORE DOING REAL MONEY TRADES
  1. You should be in a multi-user chat when someone is middlemaning your trade.
  2. From your multi-user chat you can check all parties involved for legitimacy (always do this before trading).
  3. Start by going from the chat into the buyeMM profile like this: http://i.imgur.com/QtD4qAD.png
  4. Copy the url from the user (in this example the buyer): http://i.imgur.com/EInGsEk.jpg
  5. Go to steamrep.com and paste the user url into the search box.
  6. On the page check for pending reports and use other search functions to look for scam reports: http://i.imgur.com/vUMFk4D.png
  7. Using the same method check to ensure your middleman is official: http://i.imgur.com/yGgHfCm.png
  8. If everything checks out it is safe to go forward with the trade. If anyone leaves the multi-person chat be sure to check them again if they come back in.
  9. Remember to check as many times as you feel necessary, we are very patient when it comes to ensuring the safety of both the buyer and seller.
  10. A reminder to never trade with anyone marked with a SR scammer tag, such as this piece of human shit: http://i.imgur.com/tSyyZ6M.png
This is a cross-post from /tf2trade after I requested someone revise our old guide on trade scams and how to avoid them. Many thanks to mostlylurkingmostly for assembling it.
/SGS guide on avoiding scams available here.
List as of 22nd of September 2013.
1. Fake middleman scam
Fake middleman scam is similar to the impersonator scam. The scam would involve 3 people - Victim, 'Fake middleman', and the 'accomplice'. The accomplice would approach you, asking to pay the buyout of your item(s). You checked his profile/backpack/SteamRep and everything seems okay. They would suggest a middleman and you would agree to it. Suddenly, the 'fake middleman' joins the chat and shows you his Steamrep/SourceOP/Dota2Traders page and you would think that he's legit. After giving him your items, they would both delete and block you, never to be seen again.
Note: Anytime someone asks to use a friend from your friendslist who is not an official MM they are either attempting to scam you or your friend. Always decline their offer and insist on an official MM.
Avoiding them: Do not rush into trades. Make sure that the middleman is legit by clicking their portrait in the group chat window and visiting their Steam page, then cross-referencing it with SteamRep. Common sign/s are - Private profile/backpack.
2. The Impersonation scam
Impersonators will copy a trusted trader's or one of your friend's profile down to the last detail and approach you saying they are interested in buying or borrowing something from you. They will claim to have a lot of REP so that you should go first in the trade. After you have given them the items, he would delete you and your item will never be seen again. Common targets for impersonation are the people from the SourceOP Trusted Seller group. A good way to check is the level of English they use. All of them are fluent in English, so they are unlikely to be incoherent in what they say. Also most of them are more mature traders, and are less likely to try and push you into a deal like an impetuous 5 year old.
P.S. -- Valve would most probably not return your item back to you.
Avoiding them:
Steam > Settings > Interface > Display steam URL address bar when available. When someone adds you and say that they'll pay your buyout, copy and paste their steam url to www.steamrep.com After making sure that they have no scammer tags, find a middleman to help you with the trade. Also, it's really important to search steamrep forums' to be sure that there are no scam reports pending for the person.
Always double check before a transaction. Some of the most heartbreaking scams have been because of impersonating friends' profiles.
3. Taking the items and leave scam ...- thecommieduck
This scam involves someone asking to purchase an item of yours with something that they never intended to pay but they dazzle the person with the ease/value of the transaction. This is also sometimes accompanied by a fake Sourceop link for rep to show they're good-- never trust links the other person gives you. After receiving the item, they'll delete you. Your item would not be given back to you after the trade is done. This also applies to game codes.
Avoiding them: Steam > Settings > Interface > Display steam URL address bar when available. When someone adds you and say that they'll pay your buyout, copy and paste their steam url to www.steamrep.com After making sure that they have no scammer tags, find a middleman to help you with the trade. Be sure to check the "Search Steamrep Forums" button. (In red here). Even if the person is not tagged yet, they may still have pending reports of them as a scammer.
4. The fake link/phishing scam
One of the most common scam nowadays. This is a phishing technique used by many, especially on TF2Outpost. Phishing links are websites that trick you into giving them your account details (Steam username, password, e-mail username, e-mail password). After you gave your account details away, the phisher would change the email account tied to your steam account as well as the password, after moving your items and Steam wallet to one of his accounts.
Avoiding them : Be vigilant whenever you're clicking on a link. Make sure what you're clicking on is spelled correctly. Also, dmn002 wrote a chrome extension to block misspelled websites. Do check it out!
5. Swap/QuickSwitch Scam
This scam involves the victim thinking they're getting one item but got another instead. Here's what happens: Someone would add you and said that he'll be willing to do a trade. He'll then put up X and you'll put up the items you're paying for it. Without you noticing, he'll quickly switch it to another item of less value. The item might also be renamed to suit X so that you wouldn't notice anything amiss in the chat window of the trade. After trading, he will get away with your items.
Quickswitch scams are quite common among low-grade scammers. It also involves misdirection -- they'll ask you a question in Steam chat so you switch windows, they'll swap the item while you're typing, then ask you to add another item or remove one of them. Then you both approve the trade. QuickSwitch has become more of a "ConmanSwitch" than something done only in rushed trades.
Avoiding them: Always make sure that the items for the trade are the items you agreed on. Do not click ready until you make sure the trade is good to go.
6. Charge back scam
This scam involves someone charging back the amount of money he sent you after receiving the item. The scammer sends funds over Paypal or a similar service, then, after receiving the item from you, contacts his/her bank to protest the transaction. The money returns to the scammer and they get away with the item.
Avoiding them: Make sure the person you're trading with has enough rep and is trustworthy. Avoid too good to be true deals and selling big stuff all at once, like hooks, timebreakers, and unusuals unless they're to a trustworthy person. Moneypak and BitCoin are non-refundable, but require more effort on the buyer's side.
For Chargeback scams, we should also recommend that (for maximum risk avoidance) that the buyer's cash rep should extend much far beyond 90 days in the past. In an ideal world, you are never selling to someone with lots of cash rep that only goes 90 days back (the most common chargeback window for PayPal purchases). As a rule of thumb selling anything major, ignore any cash rep in the last 90 days and your ideal scenario is that their older cash rep should definitely total more than what the current transaction is. That way you have a sign that they are invested in their rep and aren't gaining more by charging back than they are giving up in historical reputation they've built up.
7. Delayed Payment Scam - thecommieduck
This scam involves someone asking you to give/borrow him an item or two for a short period of time. After you've given him the item, he'll delete you with your items.
Avoiding them: Never lend an item you aren't willing to lose to find out if your friend is a traitor.
8. Fake profile rep
Whenever you're doing a high-value/ cash trades, please be aware that Steam profile rep can easily be faked. Never trust the amount of profile rep one has when doing such trades. Comments can be deleted by the owner of the profile, so negative rep will always be lost.
9. Two-man (tag team) scam
There are a couple of variations on this tricky scam. In the first variation, a person adds you. He says he wants to buy an item for a high price (more than the usual price). A second person gets in contact to say they are selling the very same item that person one wants to buy. So you buy it from person 2 at the price they ask for, then both people delete you and you're stuck with an item you didn't want to begin with.
In the second variation, person A says he has the new pudge hair. When you add him he says his brother works at Valve and got a bunch of promo codes that will activate the pudge hair. He then all of a sudden add another person (B) in to the chat. Person B says he wants the pudge hair and person A says "it is a code" and person B will be say "hey, it's okay, I want the code, I will trade you so and so." You now get nervous and think you might miss the deal and you will outbid him. You trade him the item and he removes you.
Avoiding the scam: Never, ever rush trades. If it's too good to be true, it is. Always take your time and this scam will not happen. Also, trading for codes is dangerous.
10. Fake items/nametag scam
This scam relies on the trader's inability to distinguish between a real item and a faked item with a name tag or description tag. Simply put, the scammer renames and describes an item similar to the one you think you are trading for. If you do not notice the difference, you trade for the fraudulent item and lose in the trade.
Avoiding the scam: Check the item in the trade window multiple times to make sure. It will say whether the item was renamed or not. Also check the match ID if it is a faked tournament item.
11. Trade offeSteam Wallet scam
This scam revolves around the Steam Trade Offers feature, and plays on an old scam at the same time. The scammer sends you a trade offer for your items, offering nothing in return, and types in the message box that they are offering you Steam Wallet. You accept the offer and they never send the Steam Wallet, so you lose your items.
Avoiding the scam: NEVER accept Steam Trade Offers where you receive nothing, unless you are certain that this is correct. Also, you will never receive any messages saying that someone is offering you Steam Wallet.
Thanks to - thecommieduck, thorax, cdxliv, neocow, anonymousdeity, EXAX, mostlylurkingmostly, Rhys13th and others.
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BTC China Products at a Glance

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Bitcoin is fraudulent and nothing but insider Trading ...NO, Researchers find that one person lik...

The following post by Theguy3993 is being replicated because the post has been silently removed.
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Yeah ok keep pumping out the articles about this so funny I would bet the articles stating bitcoin went to 1000$ on fraudulent money is 100% posted by insider traders or Wall St.. And Its no secret Wall St is driven by insider trading. Heck you can watch a documentary that shows how they do insider trading using loopholes of having a couple people down the line get the info that they "donate" money to for information. But anyways I just wanted to post another rant and laugh... Also, if you want to claim bitcoin is fraudulent based on a couple people who traded 36 million dollars worth of a coin worth 250 Billion on average give or take 50 billion or 0.000144% of bitcoin then I guess all banks should close tomorrow since 90% of all money banks handle have traces of cociane on them and clearly came from fraudulent places.
Again, I will state bitcoin will rise and fall like it always does pretty much only falling from fake news pumped in sync with sell offs to try to get more for cheap, and thats fine its so obvious to me also I have traded since before Mt.Gox and the coins never went to its peak and stayed there untill after the fall of Mt.Gox. The timeline may show that right before Mt.gox froze the price of BTC was going up. Until around that time but anyone who used MT.Gox knows that no one could move, trade or withdraw there funds long before it was froze and it finally froze from the lawsuits regarding this so essentially Mt.Gox was out of the game.
And for those who like facts here you are I will include the links also
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_bitcoin#2013
"On 15 May 2013, the US authorities seized accounts associated with Mt. Gox after discovering that it had not registered as a money transmitter with FinCEN in the US.[52][53]
On 17 May 2013, it was reported that BitInstant processed approximately 30 percent of the money going into and out of bitcoin, and in April alone facilitated 30,000 transactions,[54]
On 23 June 2013, it was reported that the US Drug Enforcement Administration listed 11.02 bitcoins as a seized asset in a United States Department of Justice seizure notice pursuant to 21 U.S.C. § 881.[55] It is the first time a government agency has claimed to have seized bitcoin.[56][57]
In July 2013 a project began in Kenya linking bitcoin with M-Pesa, a popular mobile payments system, in an experiment designed to spur innovative payments in Africa.[58] During the same month the Foreign Exchange Administration and Policy Department in Thailand stated that bitcoin lacks any legal framework and would therefore be illegal, which effectively banned trading on bitcoin exchanges in the country.[59][60] According to Vitalik Buterin, a writer for Bitcoin Magazine, "bitcoin's fate in Thailand may give the electronic currency more credibility in some circles", but he was concerned it didn't bode well for bitcoin in China.[61]
On 6 August 2013, Federal Judge Amos Mazzant of the Eastern District of Texas of the Fifth Circuit ruled that bitcoins are "a currency or a form of money" (specifically securities as defined by Federal Securities Laws), and as such were subject to the court's jurisdiction,[62][63] and Germany's Finance Ministry subsumed bitcoins under the term "unit of account"—a financial instrument—though not as e-money or a functional currency, a classification nonetheless having legal and tax implications.[64]
In October 2013, the FBI seized roughly 26,000 BTC from website Silk Road during the arrest of alleged owner Ross William Ulbricht.[65][66][67] Two companies, Robocoin and Bitcoiniacs launched the world's first bitcoin ATM on 29 October 2013 in Vancouver, BC, Canada, allowing clients to sell or purchase bitcoin currency at a downtown coffee shop.[68][69][70] Chinese internet giant Baidu had allowed clients of website security services to pay with bitcoins.[71]
In November 2013, the University of Nicosia announced that it would be accepting bitcoin as payment for tuition fees, with the university's chief financial officer calling it the "gold of tomorrow".[72] During November 2013, the China-based bitcoin exchange BTC China overtook the Japan-based Mt. Gox and the Europe-based Bitstamp to become the largest bitcoin trading exchange by trade volume.[73]
In December 2013, Overstock.com[74] announced plans to accept bitcoin in the second half of 2014. On 5 December 2013, the People's Bank of China prohibited Chinese financial institutions from using bitcoins.[75] After the announcement, the value of bitcoins dropped,[76] and Baidu no longer accepted bitcoins for certain services.[77] Buying real-world goods with any virtual currency has been illegal in China since at least 2009.[78]"
In fact I was trading the Down swings around this time and remember it quite clearly and the price most deffinatly did not shoot up with any relation to Mt.Gox if anything Mt.Gox was the reason for the fall from the news and panic!
Also, WAKE UP PEOPLE. Wall St's total value is what 2.7 Trillion that took like 100 years to get. Does no one else realize the magnitude of Bitcoin to them. Bitcoin in 10 years or less including its many other Coins under it is worth 658-758Billion or 0.65-0.75T in 1/10th the time Wall St did it and its getting bigger all the time.
I've said it before and Ill say it again there scared because Bitcoin, (and altcoin), traders are used to volatility, We can loose 70% of our gains or investment in a day or an hour and still keep on truckin. But that type of volatility scared the pants off the big traders because they also have investors to explain these situations to and they have no merits to base there explanations on since nothing in the real world short of good and bad news or money in and money out of coins affects the prices very much. And for this reason Wall St will never like it and the fact its outside of there nice controlled systems they designed that benefit the rich and rape the poor. And this new system which does not allow credit, or BS is a new realm to them. Sure there might be some insider trading some of the time but the order books and live stats are available to anyone and everyone equally, unlike stocks where you need crazy memberships just to get short 15 minute delayed stats on the live markets and only the top accounts with over 50,000$ invested can even dream about getting anything better. And you have to pay 6.99-24.99 Per trade the lesser being for the 50k investor, leaving no learning curve for the small guys. So in my opinion its still a way better system and anyone can easily do some research like I have today and not panic sell from every little BS article and simple trade for yourselves. And Bitcoin to Altcoin trades BTW will cost you 0.06-0.08% and Bitcoin/Altcoin to USD (Or your Currency) will cost you 0.18-0.24% on most exchanges or platforms.
If you've read my rant this far I thank you for your time. Some article just really grind my gears :D
PS - Below is some handy trading platforms and tools
I would also like to take a moment just to say anyone interested in a FreeTrading Platform should check out Qt Bitcoin Trader from source forge. Or if your a bit more advanced there is a nice program you can try for free and the trial is the the same as the full version (I have used both since I bought it shortly after) and that is called LeonarDo by margin software a very talented German company.
Qt Bitcoin Trader - https://sourceforge.net/projects/bitcointrade Leonardo - https://marginsoftware.de/product.html
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01-16 16:43 - 'Bitcoin is fraudulent and nothing but insider Trading ...NO, Researchers find that one person likely drove Bitcoin from $150 to $1,000 ....NO. Try more FUD' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Theguy3993 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 564-574min

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Yeah ok keep pumping out the articles about this so funny I would bet the articles stating bitcoin went to 1000$ on fraudulent money is 100% posted by insider traders or Wall St.. And Its no secret Wall St is driven by insider trading. Heck you can watch a documentary that shows how they do insider trading using loopholes of having a couple people down the line get the info that they "donate" money to for information. But anyways I just wanted to post another rant and laugh... Also, if you want to claim bitcoin is fraudulent based on a couple people who traded 36 million dollars worth of a coin worth 250 Billion on average give or take 50 billion or 0.000144% of bitcoin then I guess all banks should close tomorrow since 90% of all money banks handle have traces of cociane on them and clearly came from fraudulent places.
Again, I will state bitcoin will rise and fall like it always does pretty much only falling from fake news pumped in sync with sell offs to try to get more for cheap, and thats fine its so obvious to me also I have traded since before Mt.Gox and the coins never went to its peak and stayed there untill after the fall of Mt.Gox. The timeline may show that right before Mt.gox froze the price of BTC was going up. Until around that time but anyone who used MT.Gox knows that no one could move, trade or withdraw there funds long before it was froze and it finally froze from the lawsuits regarding this so essentially Mt.Gox was out of the game.
And for those who like facts here you are I will include the links also
[link]1
"On 15 May 2013, the US authorities seized accounts associated with Mt. Gox after discovering that it had not registered as a money transmitter with FinCEN in the US.[52][53]
On 17 May 2013, it was reported that BitInstant processed approximately 30 percent of the money going into and out of bitcoin, and in April alone facilitated 30,000 transactions,[54]
On 23 June 2013, it was reported that the US Drug Enforcement Administration listed 11.02 bitcoins as a seized asset in a United States Department of Justice seizure notice pursuant to 21 U.S.C. § 881.[55] It is the first time a government agency has claimed to have seized bitcoin.[56][57]
In July 2013 a project began in Kenya linking bitcoin with M-Pesa, a popular mobile payments system, in an experiment designed to spur innovative payments in Africa.[58] During the same month the Foreign Exchange Administration and Policy Department in Thailand stated that bitcoin lacks any legal framework and would therefore be illegal, which effectively banned trading on bitcoin exchanges in the country.[59][60] According to Vitalik Buterin, a writer for Bitcoin Magazine, "bitcoin's fate in Thailand may give the electronic currency more credibility in some circles", but he was concerned it didn't bode well for bitcoin in China.[61]
On 6 August 2013, Federal Judge Amos Mazzant of the Eastern District of Texas of the Fifth Circuit ruled that bitcoins are "a currency or a form of money" (specifically securities as defined by Federal Securities Laws), and as such were subject to the court's jurisdiction,[62][63] and Germany's Finance Ministry subsumed bitcoins under the term "unit of account"—a financial instrument—though not as e-money or a functional currency, a classification nonetheless having legal and tax implications.[64]
In October 2013, the FBI seized roughly 26,000 BTC from website Silk Road during the arrest of alleged owner Ross William Ulbricht.[65][66][67] Two companies, Robocoin and Bitcoiniacs launched the world's first bitcoin ATM on 29 October 2013 in Vancouver, BC, Canada, allowing clients to sell or purchase bitcoin currency at a downtown coffee shop.[68][69][70] Chinese internet giant Baidu had allowed clients of website security services to pay with bitcoins.[71]
In November 2013, the University of Nicosia announced that it would be accepting bitcoin as payment for tuition fees, with the university's chief financial officer calling it the "gold of tomorrow".[72] During November 2013, the China-based bitcoin exchange BTC China overtook the Japan-based Mt. Gox and the Europe-based Bitstamp to become the largest bitcoin trading exchange by trade volume.[73]
In December 2013, Overstock.com[74] announced plans to accept bitcoin in the second half of 2014. On 5 December 2013, the People's Bank of China prohibited Chinese financial institutions from using bitcoins.[75] After the announcement, the value of bitcoins dropped,[76] and Baidu no longer accepted bitcoins for certain services.[77] Buying real-world goods with any virtual currency has been illegal in China since at least 2009.[78]"
*** In fact I was trading the Down swings around this time and remember it quite clearly and the price most deffinatly did not shoot up with any relation to Mt.Gox if anything Mt.Gox was the reason for the fall from the news and panic!
Also, WAKE UP PEOPLE. Wall St's total value is what 2.7 Trillion that took like 100 years to get. Does no one else realize the magnitude of Bitcoin to them. Bitcoin in 10 years or less including its many other Coins under it is worth 658-758Billion or 0.65-0.75T in 1/10th the time Wall St did it and its getting bigger all the time.
[link]2
I've said it before and Ill say it again there scared because Bitcoin, (and altcoin), traders are used to volatility, We can loose 70% of our gains or investment in a day or an hour and still keep on truckin. But that type of volatility scared the pants off the big traders because they also have investors to explain these situations to and they have no merits to base there explanations on since nothing in the real world short of good and bad news or money in and money out of coins affects the prices very much. And for this reason Wall St will never like it and the fact its outside of there nice controlled systems they designed that benefit the rich and rape the poor. And this new system which does not allow credit, or BS is a new realm to them. Sure there might be some insider trading some of the time but the order books and live stats are available to anyone and everyone equally, unlike stocks where you need crazy memberships just to get short 15 minute delayed stats on the live markets and only the top accounts with over 50,000$ invested can even dream about getting anything better. And you have to pay 6.99-24.99 Per trade the lesser being for the 50k investor, leaving no learning curve for the small guys. So in my opinion its still a way better system and anyone can easily do some research like I have today and not panic sell from every little BS article and simple trade for yourselves. And Bitcoin to Altcoin trades BTW will cost you 0.06-0.08% and Bitcoin/Altcoin to USD (Or your Currency) will cost you 0.18-0.24% on most exchanges or platforms.
If you've read my rant this far I thank you for your time. Some article just really grind my gears :D
PS - Below is some handy trading platforms and tools
I would also like to take a moment just to say anyone interested in a FreeTrading Platform should check out Qt Bitcoin Trader from source forge. Or if your a bit more advanced there is a nice program you can try for free and the trial is the the same as the full version (I have used both since I bought it shortly after) and that is called LeonarDo by margin software a very talented German company.
Qt Bitcoin Trader - [link]3 Leonardo - [link]4
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Supported exchanges: OkCoin, Bitfinex, BTC-e, Bitstamp, goc.io, Indacoin, BTCChina, Bitmarket.pl and Bitcurex. This software helps you open and cancel orders very fast. Real time data monitoring. Developed on pure Qt, uses OpenSSL.
I want to develop this Trader App so that it can be configured for any rule and strategy
[link]1 [link]2 [link]3
Next ToDo: 1 ) Advanced Charts 2 ) Add support to monitor many exchanges and currencies at the same time 3 ) Develop server to collect all ticker and depth data to provide single websocket connection for realtime data updates 4 ) Make floatable interface 5 ) Allow to save interface settings as Workspace profiles 6 ) Develop mobile application to provide secure remote access to running application on desktop 7 ) Add plugins support to allow all developers attach any exchanges
DOWNLOAD LINK: [link]4 PASSWORD RAR: QtBitcoinTrader
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Qt Bitcoin Trader
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Casting a net to catch a sharp rise.

Hey everyone. I wanted to share a strategy that I thought of (that may or may not already be a thing) that I hope I can use to take advantage of sudden spikes in the market without me having to watch the charts as often. In other words, I am looking for a way to take my life back yet have my cake too. I will relate it to this mornings sudden spike in price.
I apologize for the long post.
After Thursdays announcement (or lack thereof) from Mt.Gox, the market crashed, then rebounded a bit, then steady declined before hovering at a steady price between 555 and 545 (on BTC-E). The pattern is all too familiar when bad news hits the market. In the steady period that followed, I didn't want to put my fiat in with the fear that we'd see more bad news come out of Gox. However, I felt that if Gox miraculously announced some positive news, the market would rally and my reluctance to jump in would cost me potential gains.
With the dust settled after the crash, the price was holding relatively steady at around $550 (once again, on BTC-E who I will be referencing from this point on). Volumes were low so I could reasonably take a gamble that as long as volumes stayed low, movement would be relatively contained. Usually in these periods of steady prices, it takes news (good or bad) to cause a spike in volume, or a whale throwing a ton of weight around. Any of these events that would cause a surge are favourable to this strategy.
Using QT Bitcoin Trader, I wanted to set up a 'net', or a rule to buy if the price shot up from $550 to $560. A 'net' to catch the upswing. I fully understand that the price could 'creep' up too, but I want this to catch a sudden surge and not a creep.
The purpose of this is to simply catch a surge and ride it up. Since price creeps can take some time, setting up an e-mail alert for when the price hits $558 would give me time to adjust my net accordingly not to catch a slow creep up in price.
If the market surges (like it did this morning), my buy order would have filled at $560 and I would have been able to play this surge and turn a bit of a profit.
If the market crashed, I'd have remained in fiat and suffered no loss.
Now, there are a few risks to this strategy and I understand that it is impossible to avoid risk. My goal is to be able to set the trades to be a little more automated while lowering the risk.
Primary risk: If a sudden surge caused the price to peak at $560, my buy would have filled and the subsequent crash would have cost me a loss.
How I would mitigate this: - Typically (but not always), you see walls at nice even values like $560. Through market observation, I notice that on a price surge, if there is a large amount of coin being sold for $560, the quantity gets eaten up quickly and 'bursts' up into the higher values. - On the flip side, in a crash, there tends to be larger buy walls at somewhat round $ values that get filled quickly and 'burst' on the way down into lower buy values.
I would have set 2 rules in my plan. Rule 1, buy at $560.01 Rule 2, if Rule 1 fills, sell all at $559.99
Once again, I understand that I am making an assumption of there being any sort of wall at $560. It is a gamble, but it is one I often see being true.
When the market blows through $560, my buy at $560.01 gets scooped up and I ride the wave up.
If the market immediately crashes, then the bad case scenario happens and my sell order goes up costing me a few cents per bitcoin and all associated fees.
I wouldn't win on every spike with this scenario, and the market climate as it were this morning (with uncertain news from gox) makes the perfect type of climate to employ this type of strategy. Had I actually gone through with it (sadly I was talked out of it), I would have taken advantage of a nice chunk of the surge and seen some profit, all the while minimizing my risk of bad news from Gox.
I wanted to open up the discussion to see if any one employs a similar strategy, or is familiar with one, and can lists the major faults or reasons why it wouldn't work, and any tips and advice to adjust this.
Thanks
Krispy
EDIT: Now that I think about it. The market seems to be steadying now which would seemingly make it a good time cast a similar net since the Gox situation is still so uncertain.
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Qt Bitcoin trader, trading advice

Hi,
I'm playing around with approx $10 AUD worth with Qt Bitcoin trader
can anyone point me in the right direction in regards to creating buy/sell rules or a set of rules that I can use to visualise how day trading works, and use to "learn the ropes" and play around with the little money I don't care about
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QT Bitcoin Trader problem using BTC-e API key

I started using QT Bitcoin Trader to take advantage of the highs and lows. I set up rules 3 times, and 3 times it showed the rule status as "done" but when I look at my order history there's nothing there, no orders were ever made, no trades ever happened. I created a new api key, gave it trade and info permission, still QT trader doesn't actually put any orders. I've missed out on potential gains 3 times.
Can anyone help please?
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Download Qt Bitcoin Trader for free. Secure Trading Client for most popular Bitcoin exchanges. Supported Exchanges: HitBTC, Bittrex, Binance, Bitfinex, BTC-e, Bitstamp, GOC io, Indacoin, YoBit net, BitmarketPL and BTCChina. This software helps you open and cancel orders very fast. Qt Bitcoin Trader. This software helps you open and cancel orders very fast. Real time data monitoring. Developed on pure Qt, uses OpenSSL, AES 256 key and secret protection. I want to develop this Trader App so that it can be configured for any rule and strategy. Next ToDo: - Add realtime charts - Make rules more advanced. Official website Rules not working? #264 opened Dec 4, 2019 by Synthacon. 1. Fail to open sell orders on binance #262 opened Oct 31, 2019 by Synthacon. 4. Wrong last price per coin #261 opened Oct 31, 2019 by Synthacon. nonce must be greater than / modal dialog #260 opened Oct 21, 2019 by ytoto Qt Bitcoin Trader is an intuitive application that lets you trade bitcoin cryptocurrency on multiple exchanges while also encrypting the connection. The tool requires you to enter the API key and secret of the selected trading service to get started. In the main panel, you can view information such as the current account balance and price per unit. Bitcoin trader values your privacy, safety, and security. We make sure to use the latest security protocol, verified by brokers, as well as keeping fully compliant with privacy rules and regulations - your sensitive data is fully secure 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

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