Bot name and status
Running - the bot is running.
Pause - pause. Work temporarily suspended.
Stopped - stopped completely.
Stopping - stops. Intermediate status.
API Key - the name of the key and the exchange with which it is copied. The parameter is set at creation and does not change. If you want to copy from another key, create a new bot.
API key group - the name of the key group to which the bot will copy. The parameter is set at creation and does not change, but the keys included in the group can be changed at any time. If you want to copy to another group, create a new bot.
Settings - settings and management of the bot.
Monitoring- described in detail here.
Description- a brief description of the bot and links.
Balance history- service every hour keeps the value of your balance. You can view these values and see the graph in this section.
Log- the history of start and stop your bot.
Trading history- the history of trades received from the Bitmex exchange, only for the main account. For all others, you can view in the terminal.
Notifications- all messages coming from this bot can be seen in this section.
Limit Order Offset - Offset of limit orders on copied accounts from the main one in points (min price step). You can place copied orders before or after the order on the main account. Negative value means offset above main order, positive below main order in OrderBook, does not depend on order type (Buy or Sell).
Open Active Orders on Start - if there are limit orders on the main account, then when the bot starts, all these orders will be automatically placed on the copied account. (if the option is selected) If not, the bot will only copy orders that appear after its start.
Make Hidden - Copied orders can be made hidden and invisible in the Orderbook. About Hidden orders on Bitmex you can read here.
Fail Spam Orders - Accounts with too many open orders with a gross value less than 0.0025 XBT each will be labeled as a Spam Account. If this option is selected, such orders are not transmitted to the exchange, and orders are simply Failed. About Spam orders on Bitmex you can read here.
Use Percent of Position - To more accurately calculate the volume of orders placed on the copied accounts, you can use a percentage of the position. If the main account places an order equal to its position, such an order will have to close it completely, then on the copied accounts, orders are set equal to 100% of the position on them. If there is no position on the account, such an order will be Failed. If you have a position on the main account, be careful when you first start.
Round Spam Orders- Accounts with too many open orders with a gross value less than 0.0025 XBT each will be labeled as a Spam Account. If this option is selected, such orders are round up to the minimum value 0.0025 XBT. About Spam orders on Bitmex you can read here.
Stop - You can stop the bot at any time. Work on your keys will be completely stopped.
Pause - pauses the work of the bot and makes it possible to change the settings.
Delete- Remove the bot