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DCA bots: manage bots' active deals
DCA bots: manage bots' active deals

Cancel, close, switch, edit, add funds, convert, and refresh bot's deals.

Updated over a week ago

All information about bots' active trades is available on the My Deals page:

This My Deals page has three main blocks:

  1. Filters:

    • You can filter your active trades by choosing Account, Bot, and Pair.

    • Each of these filters can be applied solely or in combination with other filters.

    • You can also pick several Accounts, Bots or Pairs to adjust the filters more precisely.

    • You can clear all filters by clicking on the Clear button.

  2. Trading statistics:

    Remember - all information and stats in this block are affected by any applied filters from p.1! If you change the filters, the stats and information will be changed too! To see the entire statistics, you need to Clear all filters!

    This block consists of 3 sections:

    1. Overall stats.

      This section includes the following information:

      • Today profit - profit (including losses) taken from DCA Bot closed deals (resets at midnight UTC+0 each day).

      • Total - total lifetime profit generated from all closed DCA Bot deals in terms of USD.

      • Active deals - currently open deals your DCA bots are running.

      • Funds locked in DCA bot deals - the total amount of funds locked in active deals or on limit orders in the exchange order books for active DCA Bot deals.

      • uPNL of active Bot Deals - current profit or loss total for any active deals your DCA bots have open.

    2. Completed deals profit.

      This section displays the total lifetime Profit or Loss in currencies that were set as a profit currency. For example, if you traded ADA/USDT and set the profit in Base currency, ADA, then in this section you will see how much ADA you have gained (or lost).

    3. Balances.

      Here you will see all the QUOTE currencies that are used in your active trades. Reserved represents the amount of funds that are locked in the limit orders. Available speaks for itself - it shows the available amount of QUOTE currency.

  3. Active deals block:

    First of all, please pay attention, that there are 4 blue parts of the active deal that you can click on and the information will appear.

    Here they are:

    1. Name of the bot. By clicking on it, a page with information about this bot will open. Learn more in this article.

    2. Trading pair. By clicking on it, the TradingView chart will open. There you can see the executed and placed orders and Average entry price:

    3. Exchange. By clicking on it, a new tab with the information about this exchange will open.

    4. Deal ID. By clicking on it, you will be redirected to a page where you will see Opening order (Base) in Trades section, all Safety and Take Profit orders in Orders section, and all deal's logs in the Bot events section.

      This information will be needed if you will ever raise with support a question about your DCA bot's trade:

Action buttons:

  1. Cancel. This button removes all orders for this trade on the exchange and the bot stops working on it. The purchased coins will remain on the exchange, and the service will no longer take any action using them. Among executed trades, this trade will be displayed without calculated profit / loss with the status "Cancelled".

  2. Close at market price. By clicking on this button, it will sell all purchased coins at the market price and the deal gets closed. The profit/loss is calculated and the trade is completed.

  3. Reverse bot. This button allows you to change the bot from long to short or vice versa. At the moment, we continue analyzing different mechanics of this switching action, so please always check and adjust the bot settings when clicking this button.

  4. Edit. This button allows you to edit some settings of the deal, such as Take profit value, Enabling/disabling stop loss and adjusting its values, adjusting Safety orders and other settings:

  5. Add Funds. This button allows you to smooth out the consequences of an unsuccessful trade entry or if you want to add an extra Safety Order. For example, you buy BTC at $30,000, but suddenly the price drops to $28,000. By clicking the Add Funds button, you can create a manual Safety order to help average the selling price of BTC to $29.000, this means that the price doesn't need to recover as much to hit your initial Take Profit target.

  6. Smart Trade convert. This button cancels the trade and creates a Smart Trade with the same exact parameters DCA bot's trade previously had, including Average entry price, Take profit or Stop Loss values, trade size. But Safety orders are not copied, so if you have safety orders you will need to manually add them with SmartTrade Add Funds feature.
    This can also be very useful if your bot gets a great entry price on a coin and you want to set multiple take profit targets.

    Pay attention!

    DCA Take Profit % and SmartTrade Take Profit % may be different.

    Smart Trade working process is slightly different from DCA. In Smart Trade. The main point is not a take profit percentage, but the price as Smart Trade works with the prices. And then it depends on market conditions. The price moved a little bit, and your Smart Trade can buy more/less at lotStep, which affects the percentage.

  7. Refresh. This button will update with the trade's current information.

Completed trades are displayed on the History page, below is an example of how this page looks like:

Here you will see all inactive trades - Completed, Closed by market price, Canceled, or Failed.

You can adjust the filters to display needed trades.

Also, here you can see the Overall stats in $ and Completed deals profit in Profit currencies.

You can also click on the deal ID to see the logs and other information about the deal.

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