For a quick introduction to Coygo Terminal's trading bots, see our blog post: Crypto trading bots with Coygo Terminal — Simple, secure, and fast.



1: Go to the Bots screen and create a bot


2: Select a bot strategy and name your bot

Bots trade using a specified strategy which defines the basic behavior of the bot, which you can then configure to your liking. For example, for arbitrage you can try the strategy: "Arbitrage: Two exchanges, no transfers, one direction".


3: Configure your bot

Each bot strategy has its own set of configuration options for you to customize how the bot operates. Alongside each input is a descriptive label to provide more information on what each configuration options does.



4. Run your bot in Test Mode

Once you've created your bot and customized your strategy you can run your bot in Test Mode. This allows you to see how the bot would operate given a certain configuration, but the bot will only simulated trading and won't submit real orders to exchanges.


When you're viewing your bots you can click "Run" on the bot, and then in the popup window you'll click "+ Configure a New Bot Run", seen here towards the top:


Then you can configure your bot run, which will tell Coygo Terminal a few things about how to operate on this one particular bot run.



When you've configured your bot run and are ready to start the bot, you'll click "Run Bot" button seen in the lower of the screenshot above.

You'll be shown a disclaimer with some information about how the bot will operate, clicking "I accept, run the bot" will start the bot's execution!



5. Run your bot


After finding a configuration that works for you in Test Mode, you can disable Test Mode in the bot run configuration when starting a new bot run . You can select a maximum run time for the bot to stop if you'd like, such as to try letting it run for a couple of hours at first.




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