Scalper Bot

For the smaller trades and profits

How does it work?

The Scalper bot attempts to scalp prices. Scalper bots work best on small and quick changes, making it useful in a sideways market. Use this bot with small amounts to minimize the impact on the orderbook. This bot is relatively safe in a sideways market. During trending periods it is possible that this bot will incur losses.

This bot works best with small trade amounts.

Guided Tour

Scalper Bot Overview

Supported licence & Trade types

Supported Licence

Supported Trade Types

Beginner licence

Spot trading

Simple licence

Margin trading

Advanced licence

Leverage trading

Parameters

Name

Create a unique name for your bot.

Account

Select the account on which the bot should run.

Market

Select which market this bot should run on.

Leverage

Specify the leverage for the bot.

Coin Position

Select the coin where the funds are located at this moment.

Funds Position

Select the current funds position. No Position is when you do not have any Long or Short Positions. Should be used as the start of any trade bot unless you manually opened a position

Trade Amount Type

HTS supports 3 types of trade amount options.

  1. The static option uses a fixed amount where the sell amount is adjusted for fees.

  2. All-in uses 99% of the available coins.

  3. With maximum amount the bot will use what’s available in the wallet with a maximum of X coins.

Trade Amount

How much the bot has to trade with.

Actual Trade Amount

The current trade amount after corrections.

Template

Type of orders you want this bot to place. Standard limit and market orders are available as well native exchange and custom templates defined in the Order Template Builder.

Fee

Fee percentage of the bot. Only used in backtests and for bots running on simulated accounts.

Target Percentage

The target percentage is the minimum percentage the price should move before an order is placed. In order to overcome the fee, the target percentage needs to be twice the fee.

Stop Loss

The Stop Loss works for both sides. For example, 2% allows the price to change 2% before the safety creates an order to change the bots positions. 98% allows the price to change 98% in either direction before the safety creates an order to change the bots positions.

Scalper Bot UI