Please visit 3Commas using the following link:
Once there, select Markeplace from the menu and follow the signup process.
0.5 BTC would be an ideal starting point. It is however possible to build an account and accumulate BTC with a smaller amount.
You can monitor an experiment we set up to grow a 0.04 BTC account using Keiko Long Signals.
At the time $300 = 0.04 BTC.
3C shows results of all the signallers in their market place. The results are delayed by 24hrs.
Results in green show profit: minimum / average / maximum achieved for a particular signal. Red will show a loss.
Signallers (ie Keiko) are not able to adjust or in any way change the results, so they are a genuine picture of performance. However, the results displayed on 3C are different that the results displayed on our own site. The reason for this is 3C also show results for a subscribers trades.
No data means a signal was issued and there is no data yet to declare if the trade is in profit or not - so the trade may still be open.
However, because we issue many signals it is possible that there is already a trade open on a particular pair and therefore no trade is entered and the signal records 'no data'. You can see typically how long our own trades are open on here.
The loss of -3.21%, a profit of +0.83 is an example where a new subscriber has chosen to try their own settings... unsuccessfully and had a loss of 3.21%.
Other traders took profit of +0.83%. We highly recommend using the settings you will have access to in the members area.
Same as the answer above.
Some traders follow advice such as 'you must always trade with a stop loss', and more than likely the example below is due to this advice. When trading with bots which use dollar cost averaging, a stop loss will very often lead to loss. Here again you can see a trade loss of -16%. The most likely scenarion is the trader set (against advice) a stop loss. Perhaps thinking that 16% was generous, they lost 16% whist other took profit. The average in this case is negative due to the large size of the loss. If you are uncomfortable trading without a Stop Loss please do not sign up for our signals.
Further reading is available here:
We publish results of all trades, these are unedited. There is no way for us to verify this, other than say we would not be in business long if we faked the results and members would very quickly be demanding refunds.
If you are already a 3Commas user, you can view results of all signallers in the Market Place. Signallers have no access to editing results.For those who are not already 3Commas users, here is a link to an image taken from one day of trading .
Once you have signed up at the 3C Market place, register with Keiko: www.keikoalert.com/3c-reg. There you can register to gain access to the members area. THIS IS IMPORTANT!
Within the members area you have access to the latest bot settings.
You will need your 3C ID which is found on the 3Commas website. Click on Settings and your ID is top right of the settings page.
Always use settings posted within the members area, these are the most up to date.
It is NOT RECOMMENDED recommended. Look at the 3C Market place statistics and you will see some loses of 3, 4, 5 %. On our own bot running our settings these loses did not occur. These are what we term rogue subscribers. Basically a subscriber has taken it upon him/herself to not follow the guidelines given.
If we suggest 0.48, then please do not enter 1.48, be confident that we are continually running LIVE trades with different parameters to verify the settings. We lose money testing so that you do not have to. Yes...on a certain day setting the TP to 2% would have made more, but over a longer time period it would not have. When there are adjustments to enable profit, we will email you.
You are always welcome to use the live support (bottom right of the desktop website screen), or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
In short the reason for this is the exchange's limitations for price step and volume step. You haven't lost part of your profit.
For a more complete answer, please see this post on the 3Commas website.
No we don't. We found that too much time was spent dealing with malicious bots and scammers. Most questions have already been answered either here or within the members area. You can also contact us by email: email@example.com or using the chat button, bottom right of the webpage.