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Grid bots: Monitoring tools
Grid bots: Monitoring tools
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Bots table

Web version:

Mobile version:

If you already have running or closed bots, you will see a table of bots on the Grid bots page. The list of bots is made up of rows that are bot cards.

Use the filter on the left to switch between lists of active and closed bots on all or specific exchanges.

The list of active bots can be sorted by result, and the list of closed bots can be sorted by date.

You can also use the convenient search function to quickly find the bot you need.

Results and profits

You can find the general statistics of your bots' performance at the top of the bots table.

  1. Profits: the difference between Results and Investments;

  2. Results:

    • For active bots - summary data of the bots' current value;

    • For closed bots - summary data of the bots' value at the time of closure;

  3. Investments: summary data of the bots' value at the time of launch.

  4. ROI: Return on Investment - the profit is expressed as a percentage of the initial investment. You can split it into separate realized and
    unrealized values in the table settings.

  5. Avg. Daily: Average daily - the average daily return on investment, calculated by dividing the ROI by the trading time.

In the general statistics, the data is displayed relative to the bots that you filtered through the active / close filters or through the search menu, for example, for a specific coin or a keyword in the notes.

Switch between display modes

On the right side, you can see a gear button that allows you to switch between display modes for bot results:

  • USD / Crypto - in Result and Profit - Quote you can choose to display results in the system currency or cryptocurrency. This is useful for Long bots or bots where you taking profit in Base currency.

  • BTC / Crypto - in Result and Profit - Base you can choose to display results in BTC or cryptocurrency. This is useful for Short bots or bots where you taking profit in Base currency.

  • Composite / Split - this selector is only available for the desktop version of the site. With it, you can choose the method of displaying data in the Profit, ROI and Avg. Daily columns:

    • When selecting the Composite - data is displayed cumulatively.

    • When selecting the Split - data is displayed separately:

      • Realised profit (rPNL): Profit from closed bot deals - displayed above.

      • Unrealised profit (uPNL): Change in the bot's value - displayed below.

Calculation of profits on Spot

The profit from initial orders is reinvested into the bot and contributes to the uPnL (unrealized Profit and Loss) portion. The profit from the orders triggered during trading is calculated based on the prices of the corresponding paired transactions.

Calculation of profits on Futures

To calculate the realized profit (rPNL) for a Futures GRID bot, we use the following simple formula:

rPNL = Average closing price of the position - Average opening price of the position.

This formula allows us to determine how profitable or unprofitable the bot's position closure was by comparing the average opening price and the average closing price of the position. However, since not the entire position is considered in realized profit, unlike Spot GRID bots, with Futures GRID bots, realized profit (rPNL) can be not only positive but also negative.

Why is it sometimes possible to see a negative position on the exchange, even though the Futures Grid bot is functioning correctly and generating profits?

The thing is that the bot operates with the same position, which has an average entry price. If the bot closes an order below the average entry price, it may appear as a loss on the exchange, but in reality, the bot is not reducing the position unless it previously increased it at a better price


Step 1%
Order Volume: $10
Open price: $1000 per contract

  1. Opened position for $100

  2. The price dropped to -1%, and we increased the position to $110.

  3. The price dropped to -2%, and we increased the position to $120.

  4. The price dropped to -3%, and we increased the position to $130.

  5. The price increased to -2%, and we reduced the position to $120.

On the exchange, it still appeared as a loss. However, in reality, at this point, the bot has enhanced its PNL by 1% of 1 order volume, resulting in a $1 improvement. This is because bot decreased the position only in step 5, not earlier. With continued fluctuations in the market, the bot will progressively improve its PNL from negative to positive.

This underscores the significance of patience when dealing with GRID bots.

Description of columns in the bot table

  1. Bot: contains information about the pair, bot name, and Long or Short direction.

  2. Result:

    • For active bots - the value of the bot at the current moment.

    • For closed bots - the value of the bot at the time of closing.

  3. Profit: the change in the bot's value and the profit from closed bot deals calculated in the currency selected (USD / Crypto).

  4. Change: change in the bot's value and profit from closed bot deals calculated as a percentage.

  5. In trading: the bot's working time.

  6. Status: bot status, which can be Active, Closed, or Error with a description of the error that occurred.

Bot’s card

Your bots list consists of cards that can be expanded to access information and control buttons.

The top of the expanded card displays the results of your bot's performance.

Next, you will see the control buttons for managing your bot, which are described in detail here.

Below that, you will have access to information about your bot's settings and a status bar.

At the bottom of the card, you can add a note to your bot, which can also help you quickly find it through search if needed.

View chart

On the mobile version, click on the View Chart button to see the orders of your Grid bot and the points where the bot bought and sold the base currency directly on the chart.

On the web version, the chart opens after you click on the bot in the bots' table.

You can adjust the chart scale by stretching the price scale on the right and the time scale at the bottom.

At the top, you can change the timeframe or candle display method and add indicators from the standard Tradingview library.

On the left, there is a set of Tradingview chart tools available.

View history

You can view the history of closed trades of your bot. To do this, you need to expand the bot card and click on the button with three dots, in the menu that appears, you will find the "View history" button.

rPNL for the futures grid bot is calculated not from the price of the previous entry order, but from the average price of all previous entry orders. Therefore, when the current price is worse than the average entry price, rPNL on the line will be negative, and when it's better, it will be positive. This doesn't affect the bot's operation; only the way information is displayed has changed.

View logs

You can view the events of your bot by expanding its card and clicking on the button with three dots. In the menu that opens, you will find the "View logs" button.

View orders and export XLSX

To see details about all of your bot's orders, you can click on the name of your bot in the list.

You can see the details of each order created by your bot, including:

  • Pair

  • Order type

  • Quantity

  • Remaining quantity

  • Price

  • Open price

  • Status

  • Update time

  • Update date

You can also export this data in XLSX format by clicking on the corresponding link on the right.

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