S&R: Grid Trading Bots configuration for Muunship Application

Grid Trading Bots Configuration, uses technical analysis to build grids. It uses Darvis Box theory to formulate grids. After grids are formed and confirmed, the system starts to trade and makes small profits.

How are the grids formed?

To visually see the Grids. Use the Muunship Charting app on muunship.com

But first, watch these videos to understand how a Darvis Box is formed.

Here is how you can add the Darvis Box Trading Indicator on the Muunship Charting app. This app is also available on iOS, Ipad, and all Android Devices. Below are instructions on how to add the Darvis Box Trading indicator on the Desktop App.

Using Muunship app for Visuals of Trading bots activity

Grid Trading Bots configuration
Add Indicators on Chart

This is what the Box Indicators will look like. It will automatically Draw Support and Resistance Levels.

dynamic grid bots configurations  visuals
Automatically diplays Support and Resistance bands on tradingview charts

The Grid will buy at 1% – 3% and 5% below the support levels. Enter your TP based on the history of the chart. If the coin bounces 1%-2% after those levels hit, enter your TP at 1 to 2 percent. But some coins have some very wild moves, and you can keep your TP much higher.

After your sell orders are executed and if the coins moves to those levels again, it wills start to buy them again.  If the coin falls below the grid levels, it will no longer buy any more coins. It will wait for the new bases to be formed in order for it to start to buy again.  

Here is an example of how the grids and the buys are formed and where the buy and sells occur.

dynamic grid trading bots configuration executions on chart
Use Muunship app to see real time executions on chart

Here is an example of a bot for ETH pairs. Remember to always look at the history of the pairs and then add them to the Dynamic Grid Bot

Grid Trading Bots Configuration Settings

First go to 3 Commas Marketplace

Then select find Muunship Dynamic Grid Trading Bot and select View Stats

Seaching for trading bots configurations on 3commas
Select marketplace to find the Dynamic Grid Trading bots

Then Click Try it now

select dynamic grid trading bots configurations
Select view stats to add Muunship Dynamic Grid Trading bots to your 3commas.

Next Choose Composite to trade multiple bots or select Simple bot to trade individual Bot and select exchange Binance

try it now on 3commas
Selecttry it now to add Muunship Dynamic Grid Trading bots to your 3commas.

Select the Pair that you would like to trade based on viewing the history of the coin on the Muunship Charting App

Select the following Criteria

Add TradingView Signal 1 minute

Max Deals = 1

Strategy  = Long

Profit Currency = Quote

Base Order size = 0.001

Safety order size = 0.001

Start Order Type Limit

Deal Start Condition = Muunship Dynamic Grid

Target Profit = 1.00%

Take Profit type = Percentage from total volume

Select composite bots to select many coins
Click on composite to add multiple coins to your selection for 3commas

Stop Loss % = 0

Max Safety count = 0

Max active count =0

Price Deviation = 1%

Safety order volume scale = 1

Safety order step scale = 1

After adding the settings then select Create Bot

configuring trading bots on 3commas for muunship trading
Edit These configurations for your trading bots

To activate bot click on start

Press create bot to finish
Edit These configurations for your trading bots

Trading Bots: Simple and Easy to setup

While there are many sites offer trading bots. There are many complicated information that just seems very confusing, like the words deals, safety orders, and DCA. All different trading bots sites have their own implemented jargon, which confuses traders.

Bots Setup on Charts

Muunship trading platform created bots that you can build directly onto a chart. By using drag and drop features, users can place their limit buy orders and limit sell orders on the chart. This gives the traders the visual ability to see where the buys and sells are placed. Traders can enter their bot orders, right above key support levels or right below key pivot levels.

Available balance restriction

These bots are triggered when prices have match the order prices. So while the order is not active on the exchanges, it does not count against your specific available balance on the exchange. For example, if you are trading on the Binance Exchange, using the muunship trading app, you are able to input unlimited limited buy limit orders and take profit orders. When buy orders are triggered, each sell order that corresponds with the buy order will be triggered and ready for quick profit.

With other apps you can create bots on html web pages, but with Muunship, you are able to create bots right on the charts with the Muunship app. Because Muunship app is mobile friendly you are able to setup and create bots on the charts even on your iOS and Android device, while sun bathing on a beach.

Trading bots on charts with drag and drop orders
Creating Bots on Charts

Simple and easy to setup

One of the keys features that Muunship trading platform offers, is the market scanner. The market scanners shows support/base and resistance level. Within the scanners area, are time frames that you can select to which you can place your bots strategies on.

A good trading strategy is to buy at key support levels. By looking at the base levels on the scanners, you can see how far is each coin away from its base. You can further filter the scanner, by percentage levels. This can eliminate many coins and narrow your focus on a few selected coins. By linking the RAF widget to the charts, you can quickly click thru the charts.

The charts can be further filtered, by adding the coins list to the favorites tab. This will help the trader organize their coin list, and will make trading bots, simple and easy to setup.

Now its decision time. Use the variety of ways you can setup the trading bots. Using the same menu as the scaled ladder orders, the bots can be placed right onto the charts. Bots can be visually on the charts, now planning out your strategy can be more simple.

One of the key features of the app, is where the hidden orders of your bots are placed on the charts. So if you feel that market conditions have changed, you can see where the orders are and simply make any adjustments of the orders. There is not need to assume where the orders are or placed. If you need to cancel the orders, just click on the X of each order.

Muunship trading platform is evolving into the next generation platform. Additional information on Limit Take profit orders can be found here.

Chart Trading: Creating Alerts on Chart

Chart trading: creating alerts on chart of the Muunship trading application.

First click on Alerts on the tradingview chart menu

Alert On Charts
Click on the alert button to create an alert.

Next you will see an alert bar on the screen

Drag and Drop Alerts on chart
Draggalble Alerts Bar on the Chart

Drag the new alert bar to your desired position tp pricing or creating alerts on chart . After moving the alert to your desired price. Click on the check mark to accept the alert.

Click on the check button to enable the alert on charts
Click on the check button to confirm the price of the alerts.

If you desire to change the alert price after you have accepted it, simply move the alert price to its desired position. It will change the price of the alert. If you wish to cancel the alert, click on the X on the alert bar, and it will cancel the alert

Sounds on Alerts on charts for Chart trading

To add sound to the alert, first a sound file needs to be uploaded to the Muunship application.

Click on the MAN icon on the bottom right of the application. A menu will appear. Click on settings to open the sounds alerts menu.

Account Button of the Muunship App
Click on the account button to enter into the settings menu
Adding sounds alerts
Alerts for Execution and Price

Click on Is Enabled to enable alerts. Click on “+” to add sound to Alerts or execution.

Sound File Upload to building alerts on chart
Upload the sound file for price alerts and trades executions

Choose Executed orders for sounds for executed orders. Choose Price above or Below for Alerts. Then choose file to upload and click on Add. By following this procedure it will make it the fastest to enter creating alerts on chart.

Easily create trading Bots on chart

Trading bots on chart platform is starting to advance into a more sophisticated order entry trading platform.

Starting July, Muunship has started to automate the trading process for traders, using crypto bots. Crypto bots are processes that run on the backend of trading servers, that are connected 24/7 to crypto exchanges. By watching prices of crypto exchanges in real-time, these crypto bots are able to execute orders on pre-defined conditions entered by the trader.

One of the advanced type of automated orders offered by Muunship are Limit TP orders. These are orders that are parked on the Muunship servers via websockets. By parking the orders on the Muunship servers, the orders are not sent to the exchange until the prices match the pre-defined criteria. Also by parking orders, the available balance is never used against the traders. Traders can add as many orders on the servers, allowing the trader the capability to trade more with less funds. Available balance is never actually counted against the traders until the orders is actually sent to the exchange.

Limit TP orders on the Muunship Trading Platform

Muunship servers are using the same technology as high frequency trading systems. The websockets technology, allows the push messages of prices sent to the Muunship servers in millisecond time. Muunship servers, using the powerful Google Cloud infrastructure, are able to look at thousands of prices, and are able to send thousands of orders within millisecond time to the exchanges, thereby giving traders an advantage of other trading platforms.

Ladder Orders

Limit TP orders, are combination of a conditional limit orders that rest on the Muunship servers. When a price is triggered, the traders buy order is sent to the exchange. Upon confirmation of an executed buy order, a limit sell order is automatically sent to the exchange for a buy and sell profit.

Fat Finger Trade Chart

Fat Finger Trading bots on charts
Fat Finger Traders

Because Muunship trading bots on chart platform is using the same technology as high frequency automated systems, users can now enter many orders across multiple exchanges and coin markets. One of the types of trading techniques is to use this technology to capture fat finger trades. Fat finger trades are trades where a liquidation orders is sent by a computer or user error, causing a massive spike in the price of a coin either downward or upward.

Entering many orders well below the market prices of coins, users can try to take advantage of muunship technology to capture price disruption.

Another use of Limit Take profit orders is to use for barcode trading. Barcode trading is when a coin fluctuates between two similar prices over and over. By using Limit TP orders, traders can enter multiple layers of orders therby taking advance of parking orders on the Muunship servers and entering sells orders, automatically.

BarCode Trading Chart

Barcode traders bots on charts
Barcode traders on charts

Muunship vs. Competition

What makes Muunship vs. Competition trading application different than the competition.

Websockets Technology – At the core of the muunship vs. competition trading engine is the connectivity used by the muunship backend software design. While http requests are reliable, they are very slow, and input a heavy load on servers, and are only udpated when a user has requested the information.

Http requests are like, when a child in a car that is on a long trip, is always asking their parenets, are we there yet, are we there yet, are we there yet.

Muunship Advantage

Web-sockets are real-time messaging systems, that are always connected to ports from user to the servers. As soon as updates are presented at the server level, those updates are pushed to the end user instantaneously. Thereby, giving users critical information they need to make smart and fast decision.

Data is also connected to the exchanges via web-sockets. User will receive real-time updates of orderbooks, trades, and charts. Exchanges push out tremendous amounts of data to the front-end application. As you will notice, most front end applications, of the exchanges are not able to handle such data. For example, XBTUSD on Bitmex, is the heaviest volume traded contract. But trying to trade on the Bitmex front end application, and you will notice your PC temperature and processor user rising. Trying to enter orders can be difficult, when your PC is max out in processor speed.

Muunship vs Competition. Comparing Tradingview Multichart with Muunship trading application
Create multiple charts and orders book on a single page application

You can also see such problems using Binance exchange front end application. From PC freezing to sluggishness, traders can get tremendously frustrated.

Muunship uses a multi threaded architecture that uses the all of the CPU’s on the users device and each of the threads, to receive data, distributed data, and display data. Thereby removing bottlenecks, and giving users a smooth UX experience. By using such advanced technology, Muunship is able to allow users, add many charts and orderbooks on a single page. Or a user can simple create many layouts and open them on multi monitor setups.

Currently Muunship vs competition is the only trading app that offers multi-chart, multi monitor, and mobile trading without compromise to the users experience.