Monday, June 14, 2021

Kelp GUI Beta v1.0.0-rc2 and Kelp CLI Are Now Live on Stellar Mainnet with Major Changes

According to a report shared by Stellar Foundation a couple of hours ago, Kelp GUI version 1.0.0-rc2 (beta) and Kelp CLI v1.11.0 are now live on Stellar mainnet with major changes.

Going by the record, these new versions have been released and available for users to download a few days before the recent official announcement on Twitter by the Stellar Development Foundation.

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Stellar Foundation tweeted, “Kelp GUI v1.0.0-rc2 (beta) is now available on the Stellar mainnet!”

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As listed on Github, below are the changes made to Kelp CLI since the release of version 1.10.0:

  1. Kelp GUI (beta) now available to run on Stellar mainnet
  2. Speed up network requests for faster performance of bot across the board
  3. deprecate TICK_INTERVAL_SECONDS in favor of TICK_INTERVAL_MILLIS since we can run faster on centralized exchanges now
  4. log time taken for update loop
  5. Many reliability improvements to the mirror trading template along with some new config options
  6. new buy_twap trading template
  7. Tested Bitstamp Integration for trading
  8. invoking the kelp binary (CLI version) produces the help screen instead of automatically spinning up the GUI now.
  9. Kelp GUI: better error propagation from backend to frontend in GUI for feedback to user
  10. Kelp GUI: fixed spread value percentages displayed in the GUI against each bot

What Does Kelp Mean

Kelp is a free open-source trading bot for the Stellar universal marketplace. It’s created to make trading seamless for users. Kelp helps traders to automate the execution of a trading strategy.

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GUI on the other hand is designed to make Kelp more accessible for users. Initially, Kelp was available as a command-line tool, requiring users to have a complex configuration file to deal with.

GUI serves as a means for users to check for errors on their configuration files. It also gives users the means to view all running bots, including balances on the same page. In a nutshell, GUI enhances Kelp’s user experience.

Solomon Odunayo
Solomon has a growing passion for writing, this propelled him to keenly work on Eagles News Media for about two years before delving into the cryptocurrency and Blockchain industry he finds more interesting. He worked as a crypto Journalist and Editor at NewsLogical before joining Herald Sheets, owing to the priceless experience he has accumulated since he became a contributor in the crypto community.

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