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Introduction to Futures Signal Bot

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What is Futures Signal Bot?

Bitget's Futures signal bot is a powerful trading tool that allows users to trade USDT-M perpetual Futures using signals from TradingView automatically. By using TradingView's webhook function, users can send requests to specific URLs every time a reminder is triggered, ultimately achieving trading automation.

 

Important notes before you start to use Futures signal bot:

  • You must be a paying subscriber of TradingView (Pro/Pro+/Premium) to be able to use webhooks.
  • Do not disclose your webhook URL to others to avoid receiving scams, fraudulent messages, or fake orders submitted by others.
  • The alerts you receive from TradingView will be based on your configuration. Bitget shall not be liable for any trading losses.
  • Please be informed that the triggering of signals relies on a third-party platform, and there may be a risk of signal loss or delay.
  • This feature is only available for USDT-M perpetual Futures trades where the price source is Bitget. Please make sure that the price source is set correctly in TradingView.
  • The total fund available for the Bitget Futures signal bot depends on the amount of fund you put into your bots account when you create the bot, and the fund you have in your Futures account will not be used as margin, nor will it incur a loss.
  • Make sure that your strategy script does not run under hedge mode, because TradingView signal trading is only supported by one-way mode. For more information, visit [Hedge Mode & One-way Mode].
  • The bot supports multiple trading pairs, but orders will only be placed when the Bitget Futures signal bot matches the TradingView signal.
  • Each webhook needs to be configured with a single TradingView alert. If a webhook is configured with multiple TradingView alerts, it will result in abnormal order placing, leading to a loss of funds. Bitget shall not be held liable of any trading losses.
  • Choose the follow mode that matches your desired results based on the strategy function you are calling and your specific strategy script.
  • If you choose to follow signals after TradingView's strategy script closes the existing open positions, then when the bot on Bitget starts running with an open position, the signals will not be followed until the position is closed, so that the orders triggered by each signal are the same as the script.
  • If you choose to follow from the first signal, then as soon as there is a signal coming in after the bot starts running, it will be followed. Each time the order is executed on Bitget, it will make your positions on Bitget in line with the script.
  • If you have an existing open position in TradingView's strategy script, or if the signal gets lost in the middle of the process, this may result in a situation where the buy or sell direction or quantity on Bitget does not match the signal. However, the direction and quantity of the position will always be corrected when the next signal is transmitted, matching exactly with the strategy script.
  • In order for Bitget's bot to receive signals correctly, it is recommended to limit/control the order quantity placed. If there is any error in the script based on TradingView, the order quantity will still be executed according to the default value of "NaN".

 

 

Disclaimer: Futures signal bot is a transaction tool. The above-mentioned information should not be considered as financial or investment advice from Bitget. Profits from Futures signal bot may be affected by signal configuration, price interval and volatility of market. You can adjust your Futures signal bot according to market conditions. Your use of this tool is subject to your unconditional acceptance of all of Bitget's Terms and Conditions. You should be fully aware of the risks associated with cryptocurrency investments and proceed with caution. You agree that all investments on Bitget.com reflect your true investment intent, and you unconditionally accept the potential risks and gains of your investment decisions.

 




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