I have wanted a Black moor goldfish for a while now and decided 2020 was the year to get him. I've purchased a good quality 30L tank for him and have filled it with high quality silk plants (so he won't cut his fins) and gravel he won't be able to choke on. I have had the tank for two days now and have had the filter and air stone running, and obviously I dechlorinated the water as soon as I filled the tank (I used tap water) with the API Tap Water Conditioner. I also purchased the API Quick Start, and this is where some of my confusion begins. I knew about having to cycle the tank, but I got some information about naturally cycling and artificially cycling muddled up and I'm worried I've ruined everything! I have placed in a little more than the recommended amount of the starter (I read a blog post of someone who had experimented with it and they said the more the better as it is beneficial nitrifying bacteria), but I also put in some fish food to produce some ammonia to "feed the bacteria", but I don't think I was supposed to do that (I think you only try to add ammonia to a tank you are trying to naturally grow bacteria in). I believe the point of the starter is to put it in and within 2 hours max, add the fish. This is where I need some fish expertise. Now that I have done what I have done, where should I go from here, and when is it safe to put my fish in this tank? Should I let it cycle with the filter running for another week or so? And should I purchase some ammonia remover? Thanks so much!!