Cryptohopper's Marketplace offers everything for both beginners and experienced crypto traders. For beginners, it is a great gateway to automated trading as there are plenty of Marketplace Sellers that provide trading signals, templates, and strategies. Each service has an explanation so you know what trading styles are right for you.
The Marketplace offers experienced traders the option to sell their trading knowledge and interact with their followers in their own chat channel on Cryptohopper.
There are 3 different services in the Cryptohopper Marketplace:
The Base config of Cryptohopper's Automated Trading bot has many features. You can either configure it yourself or use a preconfigured Base config; this is called a Template. A template will contain at least the Basic settings, Buy settings, Strategy, and Sell settings of the Hopper's Base config. All other settings are optional, depending on the Marketplace Seller. It is important to emphasize is that a strategy is already included, however, some Marketplace Sellers recommend you to buy their strategy from the Marketplace as well.
When using templates, check your Exchange settings to connect to your exchange by using API Keys and Coins and amounts. In the Coins and amounts tab, you can select which coins to trade and determine the trade amounts per trade.
If you click on a specific template, you will see its rating, price, duration of included updates, number of sales, contact details, reviews, and most importantly, information about the settings used in the template. You will be given the option to auto-update the template or update it manually. You can also see when the template will be updated. You can continue using the template after its last update or decide to buy the template again to have the updates included.
It is possible to load the template in three ways. The first one is when you create a new hopper template from scratch:
- Click on "View all Hoppers"
- Click on "New"
- Click on "Your templates"
- Select the template you want to use.
The second way:
- Click on "Base config"
- Click on "Actions" in the upper right corner
- Click on "Load template"
And the third way:
- Click on "Templates"
- Click on "Market templates"
- Click on "Load"
Do you have questions about a specific template? Don't hesitate to contact the Marketplace Seller. The contact details can be found on the page where you download and buy the template.
Paid templates can only be refunded within 30 minutes. The refund button is on your selected template’s page in the Marketplace.
Templates are also available for the Market Making bot and Exchange and Market Arbitrage bots. The same method applies to these bot types, so remember to check your API Keys and the trade amounts.
Are you interested in offering templates? If you reach the Master level in our Cryptohopper+ program, you will be able to apply as a marketplace seller.
A strategy consists of multiple Technical Indicators and/or Candle patterns which are needed to determine the buy and/or sell moments of your automated trading bot. You can either buy a strategy or configure one yourself.
If you click on a specific strategy, you will see its rating, price, duration of included updates, number of sales, contact details, reviews, and most importantly, information about the strategy. You will be given the option to auto-update the template or update it manually. You can also see when the strategy will be updated. You can continue using the strategy after its last update or decide to buy the template again to have the updates included.
Some Marketplace sellers don't show what Technical Indicators have been used for the strategy, while others do. Contact the Marketplace Seller for more details regarding the chosen strategy. The strategy page will also let you know if a strategy is refundable.
It's recommended to backtest the strategies in the Backtester to ensure you are satisfied with your purchase.
Do you want to see your strategy in the Marketplace? If you reach the Master level in our Cryptohopper+ program, you will be able to apply as a marketplace seller.
Mirror trading, copy trading, or social trading - all these terms describe the same feature. Signals make it possible to copy pro traders and automatically open or close positions on your exchange! Cryptohopper has many signalers you can choose from, but how do you decide which signaler to use? Read on to discover more about the configuration of signalers and what to keep in mind when choosing a signaler.
The most essential criteria for selecting a signaler are:
- Does the Signaler send signals to your exchange?
- Does the Singaler send signals in your Base currency?
- Does the Signaler send signals for your selected coins? Hero Hopper subscriptions can select the option "Allow all coins" to receive signals for all coins that are available with your selected Base currency.
- Does the Signaler send signals often enough?
When selecting a Signaler in the Marketplace, you will see how the Signaler is rated, the number of signals of the last 3 months,the average profit per trade, the number of subscribers, contact details, and a description of the Signaler. If you scroll down further, you will see four different tabs: Overview, Performance report, Realtime stats, and Reviews.
Subscription fee: The subscription fee shows the monthly fee to use the Signaler.
Exchange: Shows to which exchanges the signals will be sent. Keep in mind that new exchanges will be added and that Signalers sometimes stop sending signals. Always check the Performance report for more detailed information on the exchanges, base currencies, and selected coins that your signals are going to.
Refundable: Refundable shows whether the Signaler subscription fee can be refunded.
Average profit buy signals: The average profit buy signals show the profitability of the signals 24 hours after the signal has been sent. Only signals of the last 7 days will be used for this statistic.
Total buy signals: The total buy signals show the number of buy signals given during the last 7 days.
Average profit sell signals: This shows the profitability of the sell signals given during the last 7 days. Signalers don't have to send sell signals. Even if they do send sell signals, you can determine to use your own Signal configuration. When you see 0.00% next to Average profit sell signals, it means that the Signaler does not send sell signals.
Total sell signals: The total sell signals show how many sell signals were given during the last 7 days.
Last months performance: Performance calculated by adding the signal's highest and lowest results together. Each entry point represents the signal's highest minus the lowest after 24 hours (as in the Performance report), divided by the number of signals on that day. You can check the result of the last month, the last 3 months, for BTC trades, or for stable coin trades.
The profit distribution buy signals shows the performance distribution of signals 24 hours after the signal has been given over the last 30 days. The X-axis shows the signal’s percentage in profit or loss after 24 hours, while the Y-axis shows the number of signals.
The performance report helps you choose a Signaler based on the questions mentioned earlier. Signals from signalers that offer their signals for free will be shown immediately, while there is a delay of 24 hours for paid signals.
Search: You can search for your exchange, base currency, or selected coins in the search bar. This could make your Signaler selection more efficient than scrolling through the list of signals.
Coin: Here you can search for the coins you have selected in your Base config and check whether signals have been sent for these coins. This will increase the chances that you will receive signals for the coins selected in the future.
Exchange: This shows if the Signaler is sending signals for your selected exchange.
Base currency: Shows the base currency (market) of the coins.
Type: The type indicates whether a signal was a buy or a sell signal.
Date: The date shows the moment the signal was sent. In the Hopper output you can check whether it corresponds with your buys and sells.
Highest/Lowest Highest/Lowest shows the performance of the signal for 24 hours after the buy signal has been given. Highest will only show the percentages above 0%, while Lowest can also show positive percentages.
View: The view button shows essential information on what configuration the signaler uses for the signals. You can determine in the signal config to use the signaler's configuration or not.
The following information is shown: Date, Coin, Exchange, Base currency, Market, Rate, Signal type, Take profit at, Stop-loss, Trailing stop-loss, Highest result, Lowest result, Share on Twitter, and the results after 5, 15, and 60 minutes.
The Realtime stats are based on all trade data of the last month, meaning that it will show the average profit after 24 hours. Additionally, it will also show the results of the sell signals. All the information is shown per exchange, base currency, number of buys/sells, and the average profit. This makes it easier to determine whether you would like to subscribe to a signaler.
The last tab shown on the Signaler's page is Reviews. Everybody likes to know whether a service is as good as advertised, therefore, you can check user reviews of all signalers. Are you a fan of a signaler?
Don't forget to review it! In case of extreme losses, please report the signal by clicking the report button or contact email@example.com and help us to ensure quality signals on Cryptohopper.
The Signal config is an important aspect of your Signalers as it matters how you want the Hopper to perform for you. Keep in mind that if you configure something in the Signal config, it will overrule the settings you have configured in the Base config. You can use as many signalers as you would like.
Pause signal: If you would temporarily like to stop receiving signals, you can enable the Pause signal. This could be useful when, for example, you expect a trend change and would like to lower the number of buys done by your Hopper.
Market order: Enable Market order if order execution speed is more important to you than the fees that come with Market orders. The fees for market orders are generally higher than for limit orders.
Buy amount in USDT: You can specify your Base currency amount for every signal you receive from the signaler. We recommend using at least 11 USDT or 0.0011 BTC per trade, due to exchange minimum trade values.
Take profit at: Determine at what % profit your Hopper must sell a position.
Percentage bid: Determine whether you would be willing to pay more or less than the signaler's buy order rates given. You can choose between higher or lower buy rates. Higher buy rates will be filled faster than lower buy rates, but potential profits will be slightly lower.
Percentage ask: Determine whether you would like to receive more or less than the signaler's sell order rates given. You can choose between higher or lower sell rates. Lower sell rates will be filled faster than higher sell rates, but potential profits will be slightly lower.
Sell signals: Signalers could send Sell signals next to the buy signals they have already given. When enabled, you will also receive signals to sell the positions.
Signal configuration: Would you like to use the same configuration for Take profit, Stop-loss and Trailing stop-loss? All this information is shown in the signaler's Performance report and under "view". It will be shown in the trade history when a position has been sold based on the signal configuration.
Allow all coins: Hero Hopper subscriptions have the option to receive all signals given for a specific exchange and Base currency. In other words, you can receive signals for more than the 75 coins selected in the Base config.
Interested in becoming a Signaler on Cryptohopper? Apply directly!
Become a Marketplace Seller! There are two ways to become a Marketplace seller. You can apply directly in the Marketplace or you could earn enough XP (experience points) of Cryptohopper's Loyalty program. You will need to reach the Master level.