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How to configure an incoming webhook ? (TradingView, ...)
This article is about incoming webhooks that you can manage here: botcrypto.io/webhooks. What are incoming webhooks? These incoming webhooks are use to build trading strategies on botcrypto that must wait a signal from an external service, like TradingView. This signal is a POST request to webhook URL that trigger the webhook state in your strategy. TradingView example Create an incoming webhook Go to the incoming webhooks page [botcrypto
All about indicators
The indicators will allow you to create conditions in your strategies. 26 indicators are available: Bollinger Bands Exponential Moving Average (EMA) Ichimoku Keltner Channels (KC) [MACD](https://botcrypto.cr
How to configure buy or sell state ?
This article explain Buy and Sell states parameters Buy state Order type market: will open a market order. That means the bot will buy (or sell) at the market price when it will reach the state. In this case, we won't set a price so the price field is disabled. limit: will open a limit order. In this case we set the price we want for the order (see field price bellow). Tr
How to create a strategy on Botcrypto ?
With the tutorial To learn how to create a strategy on Botcrypto, you can follow the step by step tutorial of the strategy creator. To launch the tutorial: Login to Botcrypto In the navigation bar, click on "Helpdesk" at the top right In the panel that appears, click on "Launch the strategy creation tutorial" Now all you have to do is follow the steps!
Fear & Greed Index
Each day, emotions and sentiments are analyzed from different sources and crunch them into one simple number: The Fear & Greed Index for Bitcoin and other large cryptocurrencies. Discover more about the Fear & Greed Index (FGI) at https://alternative.me/crypto/fear-and-greed-index/ The FGI analysis is well explained. The FGI is updated every day and we re-publish it to our Discord. So far it is not possible to display it's value on Trading View as the others indicators...
How are evaluated the strategy?
We attribute a note between 0 and 10 to strategies shared in the store. The closest it is to 10, the most the strategy is worth to look at. This article explain how these notes are computed. Strategy evaluation When a strategy is shared, we backtest it on a bull, bear and range market. For each backtest we have the number of trades the net profit in the quote asset (asset quote = EUR on BTC/EUR) the pending profit in the quote asset the average gain per trade in the _quote as
How to use multiplicators ?
Multiplicators are used to multiply the value of an indicator in a condition. They thus make it possible to obtain a value derived from an indicator, and to use in your strategies values such as 105% of the current price (i.e. the current price +5%) or 98% of the current EMA20 (i.e. the EMA20 -2%). Example In the strategy below, MA9 is expected to be below the closing price with a multiplier of 0.95. We will thus wait for the MA9 to be below the closing price x 0.95, i.e. 95% of the clos
How to configure the Candle parameter on an indicator ?
With the Candle parameter, which is sometimes called Offset, you can choose to use in your strategy the value of an indicator in the past. For example if your strategy is in daily (1D), you can use the moving average of yesterday or 10 days ago. Configure the Candle parameter By default, the value of the indicator at the current candle is used. You can use the value of the indicator at the previous candle by clicking on the Previous Candle button. ![Candle parameter](https://storage.c
How to configure DCA on Botcrypto?
Dollar-Cost Averaging strategies are investment strategies that reduce the risk of investing at the wrong time by smoothing investments over time. You can learn more about Dollar-Cost Averaging in our article With Dollar-Cost Averaging, invest serenely in bitcoin and cryptos. Configure your strategy A Dollar-Cost Average strategy simply consists of investing
How does the offset parameter work?
The Offset parameters selects the value of an indicator in the past or even for the future for some indicators like Ichimoku. By default, the offset is 0, i.e. the current candle is selected. The more you increment, the further back in time you go: if the offset is 1, we select the previous candle. if the offset is 10, we select the 10th candle in the past. The more we decrement, the further we go in