Should I focus on Python 2 or 3 for my algo trading bot in cryptocurrency or bitcoin?

(Last Updated On: March 11, 2019)
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I describe the difference if you are new to programming. The 2 versions of these 2 Python courses are vastly different. You can get more info here

Python Algo Trading Infrastructure with Crypto Currency

The questions wer from a recent old customer who signed up today:


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Just one question Bryan.
I still consider myself a newbie in trading but l have the following skills.
(a) I can program in Python using packages such as Pandas etc ( beginner/intermediate level).
I am familiar with trading manually ( Forex on small accounts, familiar with options, futures ) .

My goal is to be able to test trading strategies using Python which is why your courses attracted me. To be able to understand the process etc.

Could l ask if l can jump straight onto “Python V3 Algo Infastructure” trading course or would you recommend a different route.

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