Create, test & deploy a crypto trading bot in mins without coding

Hey guys it’s Kat from I’m about
to take you through the entire process of creating testing and finally
deploying a testing strategy or a crypto bot on the platform we’re
starting things off right from the screen that you get after signing up for
the very first time. You will notice that there’s a few free strategies that are
available here for you. But in this case we are focusing on creating a strategy
from scratch. So we will hit the create new strategy button you can next select
your asset class. There’s equities and Forex available but in this case we’re
building a crypto strategy. Next is our strategy settings and backtest settings
screen. We do ask every user to backtest their strategy before deploying it
because we want our traders to be informed on what they’re deploying and
here you can select things like the market currency – in which base currency
will be trading I’m gonna stick with Bitcoin in this case. We can set our
initial balance I’m gonna up it to 10 Bitcoin. We can set the timeframe on
which the backtest will happen and then your crypto bot will operate on – I’m
gonna keep it as 1 hour. Then we can set the range of the test itself – which I
usually go with maximum because I’m not entirely sure how long the trading pair
has been in existence as I have to specify it manually. What you get next
is the strategy creation screen. You will notice that there’s technical indicators
to work with, candlestick patterns a lot of interesting things. In this case we’re
gonna keep our strategy simple and go with something classic. Like let’s say
a moving average cross. So I just start typing here “when price is
crossing up” and I choose an EMA in this case. We just
need to click somewhere else and we already have our opening rule. Then we
can select whether to buy or sell when that opening will happens. I’m sticking
with buying and we get to specify our asset. Let’s go with Binance coin. Now the
way you can specify volume is very interesting. You can either go by units
let’s say 10 BNB. You can also go with “percentage of balance” so I want on every
trade to go with 1%, 2%, 10% of my balance. Percentage of initial balance which will
always be 10 Bitcoin as it doesn’t change as my training progresses
and I win money or lose money. And then finally “static portfolio amount.” I want
to open every trade with 0.1 Bitcoin. I like my percentages, so let’s say 10% of
my balance. Setting take profit is also quite flexible. You can do it either by
market price – specify a specific market price that the coin will need to hit for
your take profit to get triggered. A percentage of market price. Let’s say BNB
went up 30% and that’s when I take profit. Percentage of balance – once I’ve
made one percent of my portfolio the take profit function will be triggered. Or
static portfolio amount: once I make 0.1 Bitcoin close that trade. All
right so I’m gonna go with percentage again. 30 of market price and I’m just
gonna add a stop loss that works exactly the same as take profit at 15% so we
have the two to one ratio. Although this is all incredibly high. Now all trading
strategies need to have either stop-loss or a closing rule or both. I’m going to
add a closing rule as well in this case just because you can you can set it
up very nicely so it reflects market conditions or you know it follows a
technical indicator. Let’s say that’s the same what I have here but just the
inverse So when the price crosses down that EMA
I also would like my trade to close alright so we have almost everything. The
last thing we have to do is just name our strategy and this is the best
strategy. Alright! All we need to do next is just hit build strategy. Excellent. All
right! Now…that’s a nice nice risk score and you can see all of your trades as
you go down. You can also enjoy a wealth of statistics that really helps to pinpoint
what part of the strategy to actually optimize. You know especially for a complex
strategy when you’re longing, shorting as well, you’re interested in your average
net profit, the amount of trades that your strategy will initiate. You also
have charts to work with and then also finally you can you know create a new
version should you choose to. You can set some custom parameters. We always
recommend that you do try another iteration of what you’ve done initially.
So for example my EMA here is on the 20 period. Just by clicking on it
I can change it, so let’s go with a 100. Be a bit more conservative,
and you can see that the name of your strategy just keeps changing as you
create new versions, so no need to actually stress about that. Alright my
score is a bit worse now so I’m going to go with the initial version. And in order
for me to deploy the strategy the only thing that I need to do is just hit
trade here, and that’s it. I have, you can set you know your initial
balance, you can change it, you can add leverage if you’re trading with it. And
then finally I already have my Binance account connected, so I just need to tick
Binance here. I’ll add a link in the video, below the video so you can find out
how to connect your Binance account. It takes a minute it’s really easy. And then
you can also choose whether to paper trade as well or not. I will have the
strategy run on paper trading, as well as live and all I need to do is just click
trade. And my crypto bot is created, tested, and deployed – that’s it. I can find
it trading in my portfolio. All right! Yes we have our best strategy trading here.
We don’t have any open trades at the moment. And we can also see it in our
paper trading portfolio. Yep right here and running. A really neat thing that
you can do is set your notifications to come to your email as well. Especially if
you have some super complex strategy this can be a lifesaver. You will always
get an email whenever conditions have been met for you to open a position or
close it or if a liquidation happens. So you know. Imagine you’re trading a bunch
of…many pairs, and you have to stare at charts. Well no you no longer have to
do that. You can save some time by creating this monitoring system. So
that’s it. That’s the that’s a very easy and simple way for you to create, test,
and then finally to deploy a crypto bot The next thing that we will be looking
at is creating a more complex strategy and you can look forward for that video
as well. Thank you very much for your attention and… I’ll see you on the
trading floor!

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