Use paper trading

You shouldn't risk money to take the first step. The paper trading is an ideal opportunity to experience bots before you use it with real funds.

You can switch modes on the top panel.

Click to open a paper trading account if you don't have it: 

Go to "My Bots"

It's under "Bots" on the left menu.

You're going to manage bots using this place. 

Click " + Create bot"

Too many settings!

We'll start with less than five of them!
No need to learn everything in one go, so don't worry if it looks scary.

Name

It's crucial to use unique names when you have many bots, and "My First Bot" is pretty unique: the next can't be the first.

Start with USDT_BTC pair

It might be under recommended pairs:

And the list contains all pairs. Start typing to filter the list:

Set base and safety orders size to 100 USDT

It fixes the validation errors you probably see.
Bots use the base order size as the initial trade size. This bot will open deals of 100 USDT.
The safety order is, well, scroll down.

Disable safety trades

Set "Max safety trades count" to 0. It's a feature for your second bot.

Set take profit to 0.1%

A small target means faster deals, and faster deals mean more trades.
You understand the bot better with every deal it makes.

Open new trade asap

Set the deal start condition to ASAP. ASAP means the bot starts the next deal immediately after it closes the current. And the first deal comes up just after you enable the bot.

It's the most straightforward start condition, but it performs trades one after one, without a pause. It produces more deals. You know why you need more.

Click "Create Bot"

You made it! 

Now start it to open the first deal.

If you already clicked "Close," use the start button on the bot information.

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