dallas, a worthwhile approach for a single transaction based scenario and definitely a useful tip. the way i use the wallet is that each time i hit a predefined p&l, i transfer the surplus funds out to the AUS wallet. likewise, should the p&l (balance) on the UK wallet drop below a pre-defined threshold, i then effectively close the day by transeferring all funds over to the AUS wallet. this has happened on several occassions. so without an active/dynamic api method, none of this is possible.Dallas wrote:A easy way for anyoine who is worried about this is to use the old school method of putting funds into a market well outside the price but using a simple automation file.
Add Prem Lge title market or similar to guardian
At 12:30 rule places a lay at 1.01 for a liability of 80% (or how ever much you want to safe guard) - at 21:30 it cancels all unmatched bets so returns all money back to your betting bank.
Next morning re-apply the rule to the same market and let it repeat the process
fingers xx'd that BF devs (who will be squirming at paddy power's top nobs directive) will push for some compromise until they act in a diligent manner and offer level 1 protection for the active wallet via the api method pencilled to be implemented in FEB 2017 (yes, you read that correctly!)