Setting up a Trade Bot

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Once you have followed the Installing Haasbot Guide and the Setting up Haasbot for the First Time Guide, now you can start to create your first Trade Bot. Before we go further, you will want to understand how the Trade Bot works, so feel free to browse around the wiki and soak up as much information as you can. When you are ready to continue, read on.

Haasbot 2.0 Interface

The first step to creating a Trade Bot for the Haasbot 2.0 interface is to open up the Haasbot 2.0 interface and then click on the "New Trade Bot Tab."


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Creating a New Trade Bot

From there, you will be prompted to enter in general details like the Bot Name, Exchange, and Currency Pair. Go ahead and fill that in and click "Add Bot."


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Now click on your bot.


General Information

In this section of the trade bot you can find information about the exchange, trade fees, open orders and profit loss. Wiki-tradebotbasic4-1024x473.jpg

General Settings

In the general settings section you can set what trading account, exchange and trading pair the bot trades on. You can also name the bot and add it two a bot group (optional). Wiki-tradebotbasic5-1024x467.jpg

Trade Ammount

In the trade ammount section you can set the trade ammount for the trade bot. You can also set the order type for the bot. Wiki-tradebotbasic6-1024x473.jpg

Trade Ammount Advanced Settings

In the advanced settings you can set the limit order type and high speed trading. Wiki-tradebotbasic-advance.jpg



Now we are ready to start to adding Indicators, Safeties, and/or Insurances to our Trade Bot.

Setting up an Indicator for the Trade Bot

Now, you will most likely want to set up one or more Indicators for your Trade Bot. To do this, you will want to click on the plus sign (+) next to "Indicators." You will then be prompted to choose your Indicator. Once you have found your desired settings for that Indicator[s], go ahead and click "Update." If you would like to see the chart, click on the "Backtest" button. The green boxes above the chart signify "Buys" and the red boxes signify "Sells" in the backtest.

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Setting up a Safety for the Trade Bot

Once you have your Indicator[s] set up, you may want to add in a Safety. To do this, you will click on the plus sign (+) next to "Safeties." You will then be prompted to choose a Safety. Go ahead and configure the settings of the Safety and then click "Update." If you want to check out the Safety chart, go ahead and run a backtest.

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Setting up an Insurance for the Trade Bot

Now, you may want to set up an Insurance as well. To do this, go ahead and click on the plus sign (+) next to "Insurances" which will then prompt you to choose an Insurance. Once you have done so and configured it to your liking, simply click on "Update." The Insurance is then now configured!


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Activating the Trade Bot

Now that we have configured everything to our liking, there is only one thing left to do, which is to activate the bot. You can do this one of two ways. From the Dashboard, you can click on the "Play Button," which will activate the bot. Alternatively, you can do the same thing while inside the Trade Bot configuration window by clicking on the "Play Button" as well.



And thats it! You have now successfully create a Trade Bot!