Covey Trading Tools
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Create a project folder
Using the terminal of your choice, create a virtual python environment within
python3 -m venv env
Activate the virtual environment.
Once the environment is activated (the terminal should have the environment name pop up in front of the user name as (env)), proceed to install the covey-sdk.
pip install covey-sdk
Create a new file called test.py or whichever name you would prefer and run the following code
import covey.covey_trade as ct
t = ct.Trade(address = <public wallet key>, address_private = <private_wallet_key>, posting_only = True)
Note the post trades string needs to be one string with the format :<target_percent>,:<target_percent>,...
If successful, the terminal should write back that your trades have been posted.
Please let us know if you have any questions or run into issues, happy coding!
- target_percent is the new percent you want the size to be. If you had a prior target_percent of 0.01 (1%), then you added a new target_percent of 0.03 (3%) that would buy you an additional (0.02) 2%. So the end position is 0.03 (3%)
- To close a position you need to run target_percent = 0.0
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