Improvements to capturing charts
22 September 2019
Chart captures at peak times (for example, at 12 hour candle closes) were starting to take longer than I would like, so I've double the capacity of the servers that are processing all the chart renders and added more workers to handle the incoming requests.
This should result in alerts with charts attached appearing in your Telegram and Discord channels faster. It should also stop a rare issue that was causing some charts to be captured twice (turns out this was happening as something would give up waiting, assuming it had failed, and started again, then eventually both captures would complete).
Over the next week I will also be scaling out the automated trading bot servers to add more capacity too. You should not notice any difference here - it will just be adding space for more dedicated bots to be started up.
Finally, a fairly big update to the automated trading bot will be released shortly. This upgrades the Deribit integration to version 2 of their API. Version 1 of their API will be turned off soon, so if you are trading on Deribit you will need to upgrade. Version 2 is much faster than version 1, even though version 1 was one of the fastest, best APIs around.
The update will also include 2 new commands. Trailing stop loss orders, and trailing take profit orders. Docs and details of these will appear soon
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