Nefertiti is a command-line trading bot that follows a simple but proven strategy. If you don’t know what Nefertiti is or does, please refer to Introducing Nefertiti™, a simple crypto trading bot.
Disclaimer: investing in crypto is high risk. Even though this bot follows a relatively safe strategy, you should never feed it money you cannot afford to lose. Use at your own risk.
I have bought a brand new raspberry, what now?
You would need a microSD card to install the operative system in it. You have a lot of options. The standard one is Raspbian but I recommend you DietPi, a Debian-based operating like Raspbian, but slimmer and faster. Here you have some instructions to install it.
Once you have your Raspberry Pi ready to play with you can download the latest Nefertiti™ binary for your platform. In your case, despite of having a “Debian ARM”, I recommend you download the “Linux ARM” version. This will download a
.tar.gz file with the runable
cryptotrader inside. All you need to do is copy the file
cryptotrader in the root of the Raspberry Pi using
Example of using Nefertiti™
Here, you can see a script to run
cryptotrader much simpler:
I personally like running the bot with PM2. It allows you to run multiple instances. Here is an example of running 4 instances in PM2 and show the dashboard to see them all running:
- How to know the IP address to run
Once run the raspberry, it appears on the top: IP eth0 or IP wlan0 followed by the IP (something like 196.168.X.X). To run scp just copy that IP and run
scp ./cryptotrader firstname.lastname@example.org.X.X:~/
It will ask for the password and, if you did not change it, by default is
- Dietpi comes with a lightweight SSH server called Dropbear. In order to run
scpyou need to have OpenSSH. This can be changed running
dietpi-software -> SSH Serverand selecting OpenSSH
- A message “Timestamp for this request is outside of the recvWindow.” doesn’t allow you to
The Raspberry Pi 3 has NTP disabled by default.
When you run
timedatectl statussays NTP synchronized: no
All you need to do is
sudo timedatectl set-ntp true.
When you run again
timedatectl statussays NTP synchronized: yes
If the Raspberry had a Time Sync Mode configured by default, this is going to make that you cannot go into the
To fix that, go to
dietpi-config -> Advanced optionsand select Time Sync Mode: Custom