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Binance and Coinbase Pro supported. We will continue to add exchanges consistently afterwards.
Yes. CrowTrader has its own methods of trying to follow prices up and down. These are proprietary to CrowTrader.
Absolutely. In fact we are going to be implementing more than that, options to buy once, sell N times, etc. What this means is for instance; You bought ADA, and want to exit on GAIN of 2%. You have the option to sell 50% of your position at the level you set, letting the rest ride. Your next sell can be another GAIN rise from there, or an EMA crossing down, or any other strategy defined within CrowTrader. This lets you lock in gains and still leave some to play with allowing for more profit, if this is the type of thing you like.
You give CrowTrader your API key pairs to enable trading on your behalf on the exchange itself. At no point do you need to deposit base currency with an CrowTrader server or wallet to trade using the platform. At a later time, we may support AQS token wallets tied to users for use of transactions within the CrowTrader platform.
Trading always involves risk, no matter how good you believe your entry point is. It has to be understood that there is always a necessity to deal with a situation where your entry has gone against you. This is a question of strategy. Most experienced traders understand that a ‘bag’ is a trade you’ve gotten into that has resulted in a position that is negative, and you desire to get out. There’s several ways to handle this:
You can install it as many times as you like. The licensing is tied to a number of API keys, not a number of installs or IP addresses.
* 12-18 months between major revisions; this includes bug fixes and features
* LTS for 36 mos ? for major revisions only with bug fixes
Yes, you simply create an API Key on your exchange with permissions to read and trade your account. Once you give the bot this API Key it will then only have these same permissions. So there is never a worry of the bot itself somehow doing withdrawals.
AML and KYC is handled on the exchanges you wish to use for the bot. CrowTrader works by connecting you to the exchange through an API key which is like a code string or date pipeline. CrowTrader is not an exchange in any way, it is simply a tool.