The bot will re-balance your assets when one of the currencies has risen or dropped in value and breached the threshold.
Supported Trade Types
Index based on market cap.
Index based on total USD volume.
Preserve base index.
3rd Rebalance options - Spider Mode. Combines the power the index bot with the Market Making and Flash Crash Bot.
Create a unique name for your bot.
Select the account on which the bot should run.
The index coin is your base currency for your crypto index. This is the currency that will be used to buy or sell other coins.
With this template, regular orders will be placed. If the bot is set on "Spider Mode" it will only use this template when the buy or sell orders are set on 0.
This is the template the bot will use when a stop loss or trailing stop has been activated.
This represents the amount allocated to the bot for trading, spread over all the currencies in the index.
This is the value of the whole index at this time.
When enabled, the bot will add the profit made from sell orders to the "Total Trade Amount." Any losses incurred will not be subtracted.
Enabling this feature will prevent the bot from buying other currencies when the wallet amount falls below the allocated amount of the base coin.
This controls when the bot is allowed to rebalance the index. Stop loss and trailing stops are always monitored on a one-minute interval.
Custom rebalance interval for the bot defined in minutes.
Last time the bot has rebalanced the index.
Next time the bot will rebalance the index.
Portfolio Growth mode works based on the current value compared to the total index value.
Total Trade Amount: 1 BTCCoin ETHCurrent price 0.1 BTCReserved amount 1 ETHAllocated Percentage 10%Buy Threshold 2%Sell Threshold 3%
The bot will buy when 1 ETH equal 0.098 BTC and the bot will sell when 1 ETH equals 0.103 BTC.
Portfolio Growth mode works based on the current price of the coin. When the price raised or lowest a certain percentage, the bot will buy or sell.
Total Trade Amount: 1 BTCCoin ETHCurrent price 0.1 BTCReserved amount 1 ETHAllocated Percentage 10%Buy Threshold 6%Sell Threshold 10%
The bot will buy when the ETH price falls below 0.096 BTC and sell when the price rises above 0.11 BTC.
Spider mode works the same as the Individual growth mode, except it will place the limit orders in advanced like a Flash Crash Bot.
The coin is ONTIf the price is 0.001 BTCThe allocated amount is 0.1 BTCBot has 100 ONTThe buy/sell threshold is 1%First sell order on 0.001001 BTCThe bot needs 0.1 BTC / 0.001001 BTC = 99,9 ONTBot places a sell order on 0.001001 for 0.1 ONTThe second sell order is on 0.001002 BTCThe bot needs 0.1 BTC / 0.001002 BTC = 99,8 ONTBot places a sell order on 0.001002 for 0.1 ONT
The AIB trades just in comparison with the allocated amount/percentage. With the individual or portfolio growth this isn't an issue. The bot waits until the order amount is big enough for the exchange to allows the order, but on spider mode, the bot trades on fixed price points, so this is a bigger issue. Next to the Buy/Sell threshold field is an info icon. This icon will advise a certain percentage for the threshold. This percentage be big enough for the first few orders to be allowed to be placed on the exchange. Exchanges with a high minimum trade amount/volume will have a high percentage. The advised percentage is affected by the allocated amount. The higher the amount, the lower the advised threshold will be. The info icon next to the coin dropdown will tell you the market minimum information. If the bot is not placing orders after it has been activated, check the bots log. It will show you the reason why.
This is the percentage of the “Total Trade Amount" that will be used for the currency.
The amount used for the currency. Ending the amount with an % will trigger the software to convert the percentage to a fixed amount.
The amount currently in the wallet. Click on the value to set the allocated amount percentage.
The amount currently in open orders placed by the bot.
The target amount the bot is trying to maintain at the current price.
The target amount converted to the base coins value.
The current percentage the bot has reserved based on the current price.
The amount reserved by the bot to maintain the currencies allocated amount.
The maximum number of buy orders the bot will keep open per currency. If set on 0 the bot will only execute a buy order after the buy targets have been reached.
The maximum number of sell orders the bot will keep open per currency. If set on 0 the bot will only execute a sell order after the sell targets have been reached.
Depending on the mode, this controls when the bot executes a buy order to raise the calculated percentage.
Depending on the mode, this controls when the bot executes a sell order to lower the calculated percentage.
A bot on Spider Mode can only handle an identical buy and sell threshold. Orders will be placed based on this percentage.
The last known price of the currency.
When the price falls below this target, the bot will execute a buy order.
When the price goes above this target, the bot will execute a sell order.
A stop loss will protect your investment and prevent any further losses. The stop-loss will use the price from when the bot was activated. Its a fixed price from the start and the bot will sell all the coins and exclude the index when its breached.
If the price falls below this target, the stop loss will be activated.
The trailing stop will monitor the price from the moment the bot was activated. If the price falls by a defined percentage from the highest recorded price, the bot will sell all the coins and exclude the index.
If the price falls below this target, the trailing stop will be activated.
The total number of trades made. Both buys and sells.
The amount purchased, to keep the Allocated Amount aligned, once the buy thresholds were reached.
The amount sold to keep the Allocated Amount aligned, once the sell thresholds were reached.
Total fees paid from executing orders.
When the bot has purchased more than it has sold. This will show the profit/loss when the additional coins are sold now.
The bot realizes a profit when it completes a sell order. The buy costs of the sell order are matched based on the LIFO (Last In First Out) rule. This means the bot will sell off the extra amount it has purchased first before it uses the start amount. When it uses the start amount, it will use the start price as the buy price.
Realized profit minus fees.
The last known price of the currency.
If the bot has purchased more than it has sold, this will represent the average price of that amount. If the bot hasn’t purchased more than it sold, this will represent the start price.