AlphaGrowth hosts an AMA Twitter space where Taariq Lewis @LewisTaariq, founder of VolumeFi (
), and Paloma Chain @palomachain attended as a guest. Together with the host Bryan Colligan @bryancolligan, AlphaGrowth’s founder, they discuss VolumeFi Trading Bots and Python SDK for Paloma Chain.
The host, Bryan Colligan, welcomes everyone on the show and introduces Paloma Chain and its founder, Taariq Lewis. Taariq then shares what PalomaSwap is and says that he sees it as fast-growing because they allow anybody to execute private transactions to some of the busiest DEXs. They are continuing to grow– having the major BNB DEXs, major Ethereum ones, and the recent launch of Curve. He says that users can get free GRAINs for every swap.
Taariq then introduced the MetFi token. It’s up 50% on PancakeSwap. He says:
Bryan and the host talk about Coin98 and have some questions about it. Taariq then introduces Paloma and says that it will help answer the confusion of when to get in and when to get out. He says Paloma is the protocol that could do the job for users such as moving the tokens into a new position, taking care of the users’ parameters, making sure users are 5%, et cetera. He adds:
Taariq then discusses Trading Bot which can be found on VolumeFi’s GitHub. It’s a Python program that connects to CoinGecko free APIs that will show what are the top performers on PancakeSwap, Uniswap, SushiSwap, and ApeSwap. He says:
Bryan also mentions the Momentum Scanner. Taariq recommends trying it out but warns that it’s still an experiment.
Due to some technical issues, the AMA stopped abruptly, which prompted AlphaGrowth to start another Twitter space to continue the first one. From there, they proceed to continue the discussion from where they left off. Again, Taariq encourages everyone to check out their Github and see the Momentum Trading Bot and the PalomaSwap. Bryan asks if GRAINs are needed to run the bot. Taariq answers not yet and says that the Python SDK they currently have on Paloma allows users to run the bot. The bot can be used through Python SDK on Paloma. He further explains:
Taariq also says that there is currently no web interface for non-Python developers as they are still working on a lot of tooling and says that the PalomaSwap will be the non-Python dev interface. He says they will be releasing more since it’s Arbitrum and Optimism season. He expresses excitement and says they have bots lined up and are in testing.
Bryan asks Taariq what he would say to someone about what he wants if he gets the chance. Taariq replies:
Taariq adds that they are not doing any kickbacks. Users just get the Paloma Foundation has decided to reward. It depends upon the vote of the community. They voted to have 1 million GRAINs released and people collected GRAINs and did some staking. Taariq says that would be the next thing to do: bot, swap, claim, then stake.
Upon asking about the Python SDK, Bryan asks if it’s launched. Taariq says that it is now live, it’s been launched already and it’s published. Users can now use it to execute trades on the BNB chain. He says it’s on testnet, it can be used on the BNB mainnet and Polygon mainnet. Taariq adds:
Taariq says to check the trading bot liquidity requirements must mean at least 100K and 24-hour liquidity. He adds they find crypto too hard and the retail gets MEVd out. He shares the protection and benefits of Paloma:
Wrapping it up, Bryan says that they will promote Paloma again with more people at a different time. Taariq agrees and gives a shout-out to Paloma Pigeons, community members, for their support and commitment to the network. He says they would love to come back for another AMA to share some progress and some new stuff coming and again, he encourages everyone to try PalomaSwap.
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