This can support many different crypto coins. i definitely think it is the future for cold storage. You get to keep everything anonymous if you want. It looks like the customer service is quite good as well
I will go over this in greater detail in my upcoming LIVE class of the Python Trading Infrastructure Building Blocks
This will be module I will cover in my course starting Jan 7
I have not done one of these in a long time. This is a question about crypto alternative coins and initial coin offerings so I offer my opinion
Questions from a newsletter reader
I am a reader and fan of your work and first and foremost would like to thank you for all the consideration and brilliant clarity of your daily algo & quant newsletters. Also, I recently came across SGN (Signals Network Token), a crypto designed on the intriguing premise of allowing users access to new algorithms for a fee payable in the SGN token. I wondered if and what your opinion of this project is, provided a user has the requisite expertise to use such tokens? Anything you have to advise on the issue is much appreciated.
As said, if I cannot make money on it, I have no interest in it until it matures to a point where I can make $ off it.
My opinion on trading with AI machine learning and cryptocurrency like Bitcoin
Someone on my Telegram group asked this
Can’t see the need for AI in trading myself, all the necessary information is in the charts. It’s all hype as far as I’m concerned or people who don’t know what they are doing. But that’s just my perspective and I appreciate it may be a controversial one.
Question: Your opinion on the difference between Torch and TensorFlow for machine learning
There seems to be a debate on performance and other items on this PyTorch vs TensorFlow. I am no expert on this but it seems more logical to work PyTorch since it is in Lua with Redis embedding Lua capabilities. The other difference between the two is that Torch is from Facebook while TensorFlow is from Google. Anyone know better differences for machine learning with trading applications? Let me know what you think.
After the overview of this book, the next version of C++ sounds innovative. The other impressive is the strict control on future of releases. As compared to R or Python, this is defines a solid future for C++:
The founder’s impressive interview on quality of future versions of C++
Someone on my newsletter verifies my theory but they have been at it a lot longer moi
When I first started down this path (in 2003) I started with ETFs only as, like you pointed out, I love their ability to access, at very low cost, all stripes of asset classes – in search of the true globally efficient portfolio nirvana-).
My final list of 123 is a mismash of ETFs and equities as I wasn’t getting the absolute returns I was looking for from just ETFs – just for fun and to show the strategy can handle highly volatile stocks I have Tesla, some 3-D printers, and some other stuff.
I am only using ETFs as a foundation for my portfolio. Find them a safe bet and use any excess for other asset classes