Unlike other Arbitraging solutions out there of which many are scams/ponzi’s, ShotSling does not operate a token, nor does ShotSling pool funds from a collective and trade.
ShotSling operates from within the Agnes by Invacio Application as a bolt-on solution, where you pay for annual license to add-on the bot into your application in ETH, this is on-top of the annual subscription for Agnes which is in INV.
Once your fees have been collected for first Agnes, then for ShotSling, the application will become open to you, at which point your bot will be allocated space in the instance for specific exchanges, you enter your API keys for those exchanges, alongside your ShotSling API key and then simply press start.
No, the Trading Bot Element is integrated into your phone instance, and utilises your API keys for your hot-wallets on the exchange to trade your funds at your control, ShotSling/Invacio do not in any capacity get involved in managing your funds.
Programmatically to connect to the exchanges through the Bot Instance the device would have access to the funds to trade them back and forth, ShotSling/Invacio however would not have decrypted access, but would be aware that you are a ShotSling Bot User, outside of the Zero knowledge Protocol set up for managing the Keys. However as always we would suggest only keeping the funds you wish to trade in your exchange hot-wallets and moving them if you wish to cease trading.
Exactly, this is where we see an opening, being a software supplier but not actively being involved in the process for the obvious reasons security, and liability, as an organisation we have built the bots to be unique to each user and trade based on their circumstances, from their devices without ShotSling or Invacio being actively involved.
An automated trading bot is tasks with accumulating a currency, i.e Bitcoin, naturally Bitcoin has its own price changes when compared to other currencies, as such it would be wise to follow any automated instructions or notifications, should the systems determine that the Markets might hit a point of devaluation, and stable-coin your accounts, we are looking at automating this across the exchanges via the bots as part of their process, however this is sometimes programmatically impossible on some exchanges.
No Arbitraging bot organisation can guarantee a % daily, monthly or yearly, the Bots main role is to accumulate a currency, an organisation that guarantee’s a % is usually found out to be a scam, bots could make 1% today, 4% tomorrow and -2% the following the day, the aim of the bot is to continue to accumulate the currency (i.e BTC) which you can then manually take from your exchange to one exchange and convert into a currency of choice.
Exactly, the bot is operated by you from your device (mobile), your funds are in your exchanges.
Agnes (https://agnes.invacio.com) has a annual fee of 100$ in INV, ShotSling has a license key valid annually on purchase in ETH, the Prices ranges based on early to late comers, this is also restricted to 1000 accounts maximum on Agnes. Don’t forget to consider funds in your exchange hot-wallets for trading.
You can follow Binance’s introduction to API key creation here https://support.binance.com/hc/en-us/articles/360002502072-How-to-create-API
You can visit HitBTC here https://support.3commas.io/hc/en-us/articles/360004017894-HitBTC-creating-an-API-key and create your API key’s.
You can visit Poloniex guide here https://support.coinigy.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001139714-How-do-I-find-my-API-key-on-Poloniex-com- and create your API keys.
You can learn how to create your BitMEX API keys here https://support.coinigy.com/hc/en-us/articles/360007187634-How-do-I-find-my-API-key-on-Bitmex-com-.
No, but you will need to have completed KYC with the exchanges likely and apply for API keys .
ShotSling utilises the keys from your device to interact with, but as far as they will be concerned it will be a verified request coming from your device when trading with the api keys being the verification.
Yes, this is because the company does not take the funds, so injecting the specific wallet will make certain that the funds are pushed by the bot(s) into their respective correct wallet (queries and pushes).
If this was a centralised i.e bot trading all funds for all users as one system and actually having access to the funds then this would not be required, as it is processing through your verified device, unfortunately this means you need to inject individually so as to make certain the funds are pushed to the right address otherwise the bot would stall with no where to convert-deposit the funds to.
Basically we’ve made the fund dynamic to you, your API keys do not provide the wallet addresses or information bar what is requested in the API call, so the addresses fill in the blanks, storing them in the application, then parses them through to the bot as it is processing from your device to make the connection (trade) from A to B, if we collected and processed for all, it would make it a vulnerability our end, having them injected in your application means that ultimately no computer / 3rd party has to have the ability to either manipulate or be vulnerable.
Each bot works differently, some are specific to specific currencies, others are reactionary to the market based on Agnes projections.
API keys don’t require UX access, the API keys go via a different route, so your security settings should remain unaffected.
We’d imagine something working of Wifi should be fine to be honest…
You can also tether your phone to your main phone as such have the connectivity to operate if you are using a android device exclusively for ShotSling.
ShotSling nor Invacio (Agnes) set exchange fees for trades, as the bot works with your API keys and your accounts with your very specific exchanges and relationship with said exchange, this would entitle you to the relevant rate your relationship with the exchange supplies you with. We do however list the standard rates in the app so you are aware of the standard rates, these are incorporated into the bots various trading strategies as in a target price on exit to be above the standard cost of the fees, if you have a better fee structure then the margin would be higher for the return. ShotSling or Invacio (Agnes) does not charge fee’s for trading, merely the annual subscription for the license of the bot API Key for your account.
Yes it is true that Agnes is geared to traditional regulated markets as a provider of indicators on where the stocks, commodities, forex or the like are heading based on projections from the use of multi-agent artificial intelligence, however there is a part of Agnes which is Crypto, the systems that are used in Agnes are expensive to operate due to the power-consumption of GPU’s which is covered in the ShotSling annual fee allowing ShotSling to use compute power and take into account Invacio’s AI Analysis systems to project intra-day, or rather intra-minute where a route to take into account for the ShotSling bots strategy.
In essence the same systems that power Agnes and achieve such success in projecting the markets are operated on a much more direct setup via API (on-demand compute) to give indicators to ShotSling’s bots to take into account for their strategies.
The logic flow of the bot(s) requires all to be filled out to compute, we would suggest a secondary account for each and only have funds in you are trading.
Yes as part of the bots multi exchange process.
Ideally you’d want more than the cost of the bot, we’re not entirely sure the low point (still testing) We are testing on 5k, with each bot having about 1k spread (we have other bots not entered production/full testing yet).
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