Why bots?

Don't miss great deals

Configure bots on 3Commas and run it anytime you want. We're a cloud-based service, so you don't need to install any software or keep your computer online. 

Powerful yet simple interface

Change anything with a few clicks, no need to use complex editors. We adapt our website for all screens to let you alter bots in a few taps even on a tiny phone screen. 

Trade strategies, not emotions

Plan how and when you trade but let bots do it. They feel nothing, so you never see greed make a bot miss the target.

Set once to run long

Analyze and configure one bot to re-use it as long as you want. Edit or copy when the market changes.

Precise control over deals

Help your bot when it trades poorly. Edit active deals, add funds, close at the market price, and more. 

Some cool things you get

How to start

Log in or create a 3Commas account

Log into your 3Commas account or fill up the registration form on the 3Commas homepage. You'll get a free trial to test bots.

Choose paper trading or exchanges

Paper trading is the safest way to try something new as it involves no funds.

If you're confident to start with real trading, find out how to connect exchanges to 3Commas.

For Binance traders: if you'd hold spare BNB and turn on the option to pay with it for exchange fees, you will get a fee discount and avoid problems with small deals and Insufficient funds error.

Set up your first bot

There are three types and ways of creating DCA bot - Gordon bot, Wizard and Advanced bot.

More detailed information about Gordon bot you can find in this article:

Gordon Bots: An Introduction

To read more about setting up the Advanced bot, please head to this article:

Advanced DCA bot interface and main settings

Wizard is just like setting up the Advanced bot, but it shows you the settings one by one so you won't get confused and make sure to adjust all the settings of the bot.

Also, you can try to create a Single-pair bot to trade coins using this article.

A more advanced article for experienced traders: Creating a bot using RSI as the Deal Start Condition.

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