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How to start your own trading bots? Its simple!


 

First u gonna need at least these 3 accounts ready. These are my referral links, yeah i take commission from your registration :)

1. TradingView - register for free here.

2. TradeAdapter - https://tradeadapter.com/  (this is a monthly subscription software, its not that expensive)

3. A Centralized Exchanger (CEX) either: 

Kucoin (i think the most user friendly to create subaccounts with API) 

or 

ByBit (has most altcoins, and easier to monitor)

or 

Binance (most well-establised exchanger, and to add the variety)


Click on the hyperlinks to register. 

Then watch the video below to understand how trading bots work. 


Further explanation on how to connect the bots via API to the CEX, u can read the here.. https://tradeadapter.com/instructions

Of course, u can use the preset bots available on the CEXs, but those are preset bots with limited customization. To my opinion, it is more fun to write your own code/algorithm for your bots.

*If you are from Malaysia, u may need to use Luno as a medium to transfer funds in a form of cryptocurrency to your wallet in either Kucoin, Bybit, or Binance. I usually use XRP as the medium because of the speed of the transaction and very low fee.

The process is actually quite simple, it really not as hard as u think :)

Good luck in your trading journey!


*page updated 9th Mar 2024




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