We’ve started the year out by cleaning house and getting things organized. We’ve retired our old wiki in favor of a modern documentation platform. Our new documentation platform allows our team to keep software and developer documentation versions separated and organized in an easy to navigate platform.
Behind the scenes our team has been hard at work for months creating new documentation for features that have been recently released, busy updating existing documentation on features and functionality that still existed but was outdated, and moving depreciated documentation for features and content to their proper (older) branch versions.
The rumors were true… We’ve updated the details on how many concurrent trading bots you can are able to run with the Beginner and Simple licenses, the Advanced license remains unchanged.
One common complaint we’d often hear is how you wanted to be able to run more of the same bots at once, but you were being limited by the per bot restriction. Well, we’ve removed the per bot limitations and replaced that with a global concurrent bot limit.
For instance, if you had a Beginner license and were already running 2 scalper trade bots on exchanges, you would not be able to run a 3rd scalper trade bot on any cryptocurrency exchange at the same time. You were previously limited to 16 total concurrent crypto trading bots and could only run 2 of each available trade bot at the same time.
At HaasOnline, we value your privacy. So, we’re letting you know about some changes we’ve made to our Privacy and Cookie Policies. These changes go into effect on 25th of May, 2018.
These changes reflect the new rules set by the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). But because we want every HaasOnline customer to enjoy these rights, we’ve rolled them out globally.
Here’s a quick summary of the updates:
We’ve made it easier for you to update your communication preferences
We’ve more clearly set out how we work with our partners and other third parties
By using HaasOnline products or website on or after that date, you’ll be agreeing to the changes. If you have questions about these changes, feel free to reach out to us at using our support page.
We’re proud to announce that one of our partners, investment firm New Dawn, has recently launched the world’s first public cryptocurrency and blockchain asset fund. Their goal is to provide cryptocurrency investors with access to a breadth of assets and investments across the blockchain industry. The team at HaasOnline is very excited that New Dawn is using our trade platform and crypto trade bots, often referred to as HaasBots, to execute their proprietary trade strategy.
If you are a part of our growing community you may have noticed a lot of changes around here recently. Not least of which is our shiny new website. We have done our best to keep up with the rapid growth, and what better way to illustrate that than by showing off our recent efforts with a nice new website and a few new announcements coming soon.
From our family to yours, the Haasonline Software team would like to wish everyone a happy and healthy 2018. We have some big plans in store for 2018 that we believe everyone will enjoy. We hope to continue to improve our software and stay at the forefront of automated crypto trading. As always if you have any questions, comments, or concerns we are happy to receive them.
The HaasOnline Software Team
Happy and healthy 2018 was last modified: August 9th, 2018 by HaasOnline Software
What is a tradebot and what kind of trading strategies work best in the world of crypto? Our own ‘Tradebot Evangelist’ Raynaldo Rivera gladly gave the followers of the FutureTech Podcast a brief on how to use tradebots when trading cryptocurrency.
Over half a decade our little tradebot has developed into an entire cryptocurrency trading platform. From bots that are fully AI-based to bots that are fully configurable by users, to everything in between. From backtesting your strategies to a full-fledged dashboard with an overview of all your positions on the different exchanges. All those different types of bots and features require a little bit more explanation than before.