How to set up BeatingTheOdds trading signals

BeatingTheOdds BTC signals are meant for quick entry and exit deals for small profits that accumulate.  We mitigate risk by having a small percentage of capital in each deal along with recommended safety trades. Anyone can make money in an up-trending market… It’s about how you succeed in down-trending markets. Our signals take advantage of how volatile Bitcoin is and are meant to jump in at appropriate buy times.  

  1. Create an account with 3commas

Creating an account is simple and easy.  Use this code for 10% discount.

Our Simple bot signals require an ADVANCED subscription or higher

Our Composite bot signals require a PRO subscription

2. Connecting your Binance exchange using your API

First, create API keys from you exchange & then connect your exchange with 3commas.  You can find your exchange and how to connect them by clicking the link below!

3. Subscribing to our bot

Once your account is active and set up, it is time to select which of our signals you would like to use. 

After going to the marketplace, you will be able to see all our signal packages.  You can choose just one or all of them, as they can work together and provide the optimal strategy!

Once you select which one(s), It’s time to set up your bot!

4. Setting up your bot 

Each signal is provided with aggressive and conservative bot settings.  It is up to you to decide which one you want to run! (or both)

The difference between aggressive and conservative?

Aggressive Strategy – Designed for potentially quicker exits in the trade with a lower deviation in safety trades. Can be very efficient in a bullish market, however, can lead to deals staying open for an extended time in extreme price movements and bearish markets.

Conservative Strategy – Designed for alleviating risks in potential price drops. The higher the price deviation in safety trades, the lower your average buying price can be during a downtrend. Can be great for being precautious and lowering risk, however it may not close deals as quickly and generate as much profit.

If you scroll down, you will find a copy button on the right side! This will copy the settings directly for you.  Make sure the trade start condition is our signals.

IMPORTANT: Make sure you adjust the volume in each deal to go with the amount of capital you plan on using.  (base and safety orders).  You can adjust max active deals but proceed with caution. Never use more than 100% of the capital you have or the bot will not run properly.

5. Ready to go

Once the bot is adjusted to your capital, you are ready to go!

  • You can view active/finished deals in the “My Deals” section under bots
  • Setting a higher take profit = higher risks of deals not being completed
  • We use safety orders to lower the average buy order if a deal is not met, NO STOP LOSS
  • the more safety orders filled, the more volume in a completed deal which means more profit
  • losses only occur when you sell
  • feel free to adjust settings at your own risk and give us your feedback!

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