New MarketGod users are recommended to use the latest release at any given time. Our releases of a new version occur when we've found a new buy/sell criteria that provides less noise and false positives or is better on lower time-frames, than its predecessor. In theory, MarketGod v8 is much more reliable than MarketGod v5, etc. That said, depending on the market being traded, users find success or prefer one over the other. Hence our flexibility in enabling users to choose their preference.
Analytically speaking, MarketGod v7, MarketGodx and MarketGod v8 are the most popular to our users.
MarketGod has been released and upgraded over its time on Tradingview. Since its initial release, we've built a user-base that is incredibly passionate about some of the version releases than others. For that reason, we continue to offer previous versions to users who may prefer a specific release over another. The logic behind each release on our end is simple: each release is in theory more accurate, reliable and less bugged than another.
Ex) MarketGod v2 is superior to v1 and v3 to v2, etc.
Note that our tool was released as a free tool on Tradingview from January-April 2019, and consisted of MarketGod v1-v5 (hence the lack of documentation)
Ex) MarketGod v8 has a different and unique buy/sell criteria than MarketGod v7, and v7 is different from v6, etc.
Ex) MarketGod v7.1 has the same buy/sell criteria as MarketGod v7, but had an issue with a component outside of its buy/sell criteria that needed adjustment
Ex) MarketGod v8.1.2 means the Buy/Sell criteria is the same as MarketGod v8, required a patch to a function within it, and then had 2 minor typo's to fix.