Understanding Gain Grid: An Overview of its Operational Mechanics

Dear beloved community,

Gain Grid emerges as a unique investment pool, promising daily returns from 0.5-1% on investors’ funds, depending on market conditions. However, many investors currently question the feasibility of the Gain Grid. What makes Gain Grid different? Is Gain Grid a Ponzi scheme or a multi-level marketing system? Let’s explore transparently and clearly through this post with me - Justin.

I. Operating Mechanism of Gain Grid

After a lot of time researching and developing, trading off time, effort, and real money, we have launched the Gain Grid product. Gain Grid primarily generates profit based on an automated trading system over short time frames using several main technical indicators, such as EMA, RSI, MA trend lines, Price Action, and other trend indicators like Bollinger Bands and MACD.

Let me explain a bit about:

  1. MA (Moving Average): MA is one of the simplest and most popular technical indicators. MA is calculated by averaging the closing price over a certain period (for example, 20 candles, 50 candles, 200 candles, etc.). MA helps to blur short-term price noise and aids users in identifying long-term price trends.
  2. RSI (Relative Strength Index): RSI is a momentum indicator that assesses price strength over a certain period. In other words, RSI helps to identify when the market is overbought or oversold. The RSI fluctuates from 0 to 100, with 70 typically considered overbought and 30 considered oversold.
  3. EMA (Exponential Moving Average): EMA is an improved version of MA, mitigating the lagging drawback of regular MA. EMA places more weight on recent prices than distant ones, creating a smoother MA line that more accurately reflects the current market trend.

The Gain Grid system will consist of two main components:

  • Entry Scan: The system will use its own complex algorithm combining long-term, medium-term, and short-term trends with Price Action and system parameters to calculate and find possible entry points.
  • Exit Scan: Gain Grid’s system incorporates various take profit and stop loss strategies, usually using indicators like ATR, or Chandelier Exit Trailing Stop.

These two components will operate simultaneously, testing various possibilities, to ensure that when entering a trade, the winning probability is highest and the exit time is shortest.

Here is an example of the system’s entry and exit points on the BTC pair, 15M timeframe.

As you can see, the Gain Grid system will look for an immediate exit point when there is a profit, and strive to achieve 100% profitability.

II. Proof of Gain Grid’s Efficiency

In terms of efficiency, we can’t make baseless claims. Before launching our product to the market, we carried out backtests, ran it in real-time (we’ve developed it since 2020 and have run it up until now) and ensured a secure system for users.

To substantiate that, we will present you with our backtesting results today. We use data and scripts from TradingView to conduct backtests.

What is Backtesting? Backtesting is the process of testing a strategy, model, or trading system on historical data to see how it performed in the past. This is a crucial step in developing any trading system or investment strategy.

And the backtesting results show that Gain Grid’s automated trading system is stable and highly efficient.

  1. Backtest Setting
  2. Overview
  3. Details

As you can see, we’ve been running backtests since August 2017 until now, which is July 2023, on the BTCUSDT 15 minute. In almost 6 years, the system made 7,556 trades, yielding a profit of 21,418,275 USDT from an initial capital of 100,000 USDT. RR is 21,418.18% => about 297% per month with 100% profitable trades. However, these backtest parameters have been adjusted to accept a fairly high level of risk. In reality, we can only operate at medium to low risk levels to achieve profits from 20-30% per month.

So, have you seen how effective our system is?

To better understand the backtest results, here are some terminologies:

  • Net profit: The overall profit or loss achieved.
  • Max Drawdown:The greatest loss drawdown, i.e., the greatest possible loss the strategy had compared to its highest profits.
  • Avg Trade: The sum of money gained or lost by the average trade, Net Profit divided by the overall number of closed trades.

III. How we manage risk

Risk management is indispensable for any trading system, even when it is thoroughly backtested. To ensure a stable system that generates consistent revenue, besides regular algorithm updates, we have been and are applying some of the following measures to manage risk effectively:

  • Fully Automatic Trading System, ensuring 100% uptime: One of the biggest risks when participating in financial markets is the human factor. People can be swayed by emotions and make less-than-ideal investment decisions. Gain Grid’s automated trading system mitigates this risk by making all trading decisions based on accurate algorithms, eliminating the human element. We also set up powerful servers to ensure 100% uptime, not missing any opportunities.
  • Diversification: We understand that not putting all eggs in one basket is an effective investment strategy to minimize risk. Gain Grid has applied a diversification strategy by allocating investment assets to multiple trading pairs and various exchanges.
  • Combination of manual market overview analysis: In addition to automated algorithms, we also conduct a comprehensive market analysis in the upcoming period. This is to adjust parameters for the system to reduce system risks.
  • Internal risk: We also apply stringent internal risk management measures, delegate authority, and limit internal access to customer accounts.
  • Other risks: In addition, we continually implement additional system procedures to manage risk effectively.

IV. Differences Between Gain Grid and Other Investment Systems

When we first introduced Gain Grid, the community probably doubted its practicality and operation. Would it work as promoted or as in the document? Since Gain Grid is essentially a form of delegated investment, we can fully understand your concerns.

So is Gain Grid a Ponzi Scheme?

By definition, a Ponzi Scheme promises high returns with low risks to participants. However, instead of investing their money to generate profits, the organizer uses money from new investors to pay earlier investors.

From the beginning of this post, you may already be able to answer this question. We are using a real trading system. And we have clearly warned about the risks you may encounter when investing in Gain Grid. You should understand these risks before deciding to invest. The crypto market always has many risks, nobody can know if Bitcoin could drop from $30,000 to $10,000 overnight.

Regarding referrals, we also do not implement multi-level strategies or pay too high, we can only pay an acceptable level, and it’s a reward for those who help us.

Moreover, unlike some projects that promise no risk and assure returns in a countdown pool within a week. Then start a new pool with a higher cap, and the time to start a new one is just when you can claim. This is very dangerous, please be careful. It can collapse at any time when there are no more new depositors. All transactions can be seen on the blockchain. You should verify it yourself. However, some people who may have benefited from these projects scoff at me for not being able to raise such a large sum on Twitter. I didn’t say anything, just laughed in front of the computer screen and gently blocked such people. Just let’s wait and see…

Now, you might still have one more question. With such large profits earned, always winning, why don’t we keep it to ourselves and use it instead of calling for community deposits?

Well, we have kept it and used it for the past 3 years. It was our secret weapon. However, the time has come for us to announce it. Simply because we now want to have a larger fund to earn higher profits so that we can cover development activities, continue to develop the project, and refund stucking funds.

V. Conclusion

There are many risks in this crypto market, before investing in any product/project, you should always Do Your Own Research (DYOR), don’t trust anyone, understand its mechanism, and understand the possible risks. So through this article, I hope to help you understand some aspects of Gain Grid and how it works. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comment section below.

Thank you.

Don’t forget to discover the profits of Gain Grid today: Gain Grid

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-Ok, now I’m less skeptical about this new (to the community) feature.
But I still see that this function looks very raw (just a pool in fact)
Make a much more interesting design, with other functions and connecting different tracking metrics, so that it is more informative for beginners and experienced users, and it’s trite to make it look externally more solid or something
-And after the release of the futurx mainnet, will you use this automated system on our exchange? instead of trading on centralized exchanges

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I find this project quite interesting, mainly because it has been tested and used for so long. I hope you manage to recover the money embezzled from the DPTP and that you manage to achieve the established goals! Congratulations Justin for the determination and congratulations for the team that remains firm in the development of the entire project. We know the difficulties and we are with you!

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Indeed, our initial plan was to use this system with our DPTP. Btw, once we have a large user base and sufficient revenue for the project, we may consider developing an open-source version of this system so we can help users gain their profit through automated strategies.

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Dear Justin,

Thank you for this explanation about GG mechanism, as an investor of posi for long time, and have a quite big stuck fund at future staking, honestly at first im very skeptical about this suddenly new feature…

Fear to invest anymore fund, and i think its not just me…
Many people wait for their stuck funds release to build trust again and re invest their fund in posi.
Not to mention about few projects out there that already running and “promising” big yield for stable coin staking too. Similar for what gain grid do

But after read this, i really hope what you tell us here not just an article, and you really took high awareness and very careful with our money that you used for trading.
I wish this trading mechanism and our investment can give you enough fund to support our Futurx and Position exchange… please don’t let us down, make sure this gain grid really running smoothly and no more stuck fund in future.

Show us that we’re not wrong chosen your project to invest with
Launching Futurx with no more bugs, release stuck fund asap, and make a great product, so that when people want to trading, futurx is their first choice.

Last, i hope we all can smile in the end to see posi rise up among other big projects in crypto space.
I decided to invest again in posi and i hope others will make same decision.

Thank you for your time reading this, and keep building!! :pray::pray::running_man:

Keep in mind that gain grid also have risks

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GG is a Ponzi ? Yesterday we can’t unstake it, now just harvest we can’t, you not fill the liquidity, you almost blocked all funds, any explanation for this knowing issues @justin @Justin_Position ?

Any Liquidity problem for this GG ? How to win & win with Investors ? Please just explain there’s something wrong with GG or not to the community ?

Thanks.

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This all real or not ? Why we still not have liquidity for harvest ?

Your statement this gain grid plan for refund recently stucking funds, don’t make more another stucking funds

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Our secret weapon still works or dying sir after 4 months ? Why you keep silent when your community need to clear doubt

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Why every products on POSI ecosystem always blocking funds, next Futurx will blocking the funds ?

What’s the point of creating this forum if communication is terrible? In the groups, we don’t have real information about what’s happening. X occasionally shows up with promises, in fact, that’s mostly what happened—many promises. How are we supposed to support a project that’s been going on for over 2 years now? I stopped investing in other projects to support posi, and what do we get in return? Depreciation of posi, terrible communication, many promises. Our dex doesn’t work, bonds, futurX, and now gg are surrounded by doubts. The CEO of the project has the obligation to provide explanations to their investors. We should be celebrating the gradual appreciation of posi, bonds going full steam ahead, dex already in the top 10 in rankings, futurX in full operation and a strong competitor to the main derivatives dex in the market, among other achievements. However, the whole community is in turmoil simply because Justin and his team don’t explain anything about what’s happening. How long will they treat us like this? Will we go through December and the end of the year only with failures? Where is the ambition to become a top 100 on CMC?

Not make a sense, 6 years backtest, working for only 4 months unless it’s fake. This is very low interest, even ponzi like this can live up to 2 years, high interest like 3% day can make it for 6 months, you just 0.5%. This is not make any sense.