Yes, the results suggest you have something which is worth development and testing.
But beware of excessive inherent risk and black swan risk. Inherent risk is the risk per trade which is built into your system. You can cap your risk by setting a maximum risk per trade of for example 1% of your account capital. But you cannot avoid this risk: if your strategy’s win rate is only 55%, then you are guaranteed to have 45 losers out of 100 trades. Can your trading survive if you get all 45 losers in a sequence?
Black swan risk is harder to identify and might not even happen every year. Its a trade outcome defined by an unexpected dramatic price change against your current position(s).
Think of the two types of risk in terms of flying a plane. Inherent trade risk is the altitude you choose: so if you are flying along enjoying a smooth level trip, that is all fine until you realise you have been flying at only 50 metres above the ground. Black swan risk occurs when you fly at a very safe 10,000 metres but you are cutting across airline routes - it will be rare but eventually you could collide with another aircraft and there is no way back from a collision at 10,000m.