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CryptoBot Guide & FAQ’s

| What To Trade?

Whilst it is extremely simple to set-up and use there are essentially 4 systems you can use depending on what your situation and requirements are


This is a DCA trading bot that operates in the Crypto spot market. It trades the top 100 (by market cap) USDT & BTC pairs (you can choose to trade on or the other or both) or you can set it to trade specific individual pairs (you can find out how to filter them below).
We trade only the top 100 pairs by default to ensure good liquidity and to avoid being in trades for coins that are delisted.
These are mid term swing trades that can take anywhere between a couple of hours to a week to close. In the recent bear we have seen trades open for 1 month+, however, the nature of this controlled DCA system is that you never incur a loss and these positions are managed to profit by the bot. In order to actively manage open trades the bot requires funds so this is a higher allocation bot but that extra allocation creates safety and this  is one of the safest options in crypto trading for yet consistent returns. This bot is safe, adaptable and is optimal to use during ranging and bullish markets.

| SpotDCA (USD)

Exactly the same as above although it will only trade with USD pairs (no BTC pairs) – these are more common pairs that have a larger variety of assets to trade for US citizens vs USDT pairs.

| FuturesDayTrader

A high liquidity stop-loss based trading system that trades in the USDT Futures market. It exclusively trades on BTC/USDT with a short term swing style – it can achieve up 1-4 trades in a day and operates with the max leverage an exchange will offer. We set allocation based on the stop loss so regardless of how much leverage is used you invest an amount that will result in a uniform potential gain or loss. This has one take profit and operates with approx 55% winrate and a positive RR to achieve consistent returns in most market conditions. This is best to use in most market conditions, since it trades both long and short, although we recommend avoiding consolidating markets.

| How Much To Trade?

Well, this is the million dollar question….not literally. Ultimately it is always the staple rules of trade what you can comforatbly afford to lose – sounds negative but it is a good mantra to have in any trading. We do not offer advice on how much to invest as it is completely unique to each person. That beign said we can certainly tell you how to adjust your allocations and risks – please read on;

The allocated amount is what is used to define the risk per trade. What Is Risk Per Trade? . You can set your allocation on the dashboard under Allocated Capital.

If we use 5% per trade this means that for each trade in either USDT, BTC or FUTURES  will use a 5% of risk per trade It is important to note, that you are always in complete control of your allocation and risk, which is all adjustable from the DCA Dashboard but we recommend being sensible and SETTING YOUR ALLOCATION TO THE MINIMUM AMOUNT ALLOCATED TO AN INDIVIDUAL ASSET.

eg. If you have $1000 in Spot USDT & $500in Spot BTC then we would suggest setting your allocation to $500

The DCA logic operates exactly the same although it will automatically split the orders up for you therefore whilst it may invest 5% per trade – what it actually does is is invests a small amount on the first order and gradually works up to 5% should the trade require it.



| Will Exchange Minimum Trade Amounts Be A Problem?

YES!!!! Different exchanges have different minimum tradeable amounts. This can impact the overall allocation of your bot and it is important to understand what your requirements may be.

Allocation Minimums Per Deal/Trade
Binance & Binance US | $170
Coinbase Pro | $17
Bybit | $17
Bitget | $17
Kraken | $85
Okex | $17

| How To Filter USDT or BTC Assets?

Quick Find | Dashboard Cog Icon > Auto Invest Cog Icon > Filters > Select/Deselect The Assets To Trade

| Hit The Dashboard Cog Icon

| Then The Auto Invest Cog Icon

| Filters > Select/Deselect The Assets To Trade




| What Does Everything On The Dashboard Mean?



Allocated Capital – Please note that the minimum is very low to allow for easy  smaller accounts but the position sizing does have to be adjusted accordingly if doing so. This will be the amount that the strategy will use per asset so if it is set to $1000 dollars the strategy will assume you will have $1000 USDT, $1000 BTC & $1000 Futures (If you want to avoid this then it is advised to turn off the assets you do not want to trade). Should you want to trade different amounts for different assets then you can use the official Anny Trader managers on the market place as they are also operated by BlockParty using the exact same signals and logic. Alternatively you can simply connect a new API from the same exchange and run a USDT SpotDCA and BTC SpotDCA bot from the same exchange and from the same strategy on Anny but using 2 very different allocations.

Position Sizing*The default is 5% per trade – this is also the section that will need to be doubled if you want to decrease the allocation. The clever logic of Anny will automatically configure the risk/investment per trade to the very last safety order there for you do not have to worry about anything. 5% may seem like a lot but that is including the entirety of the DCA trade.

Risk Limit – This simply means how much you will allow your allocation be at risk to at any one time ie. if all of the open trades hit stop-loss then how much damage can be done? BlockParty has a clever risk limit infrastructure in place that will operate to 2.5% for the Futures Day Trader (and 5% for SpotDCA) if you are following the default settings. You can only reduce this if using the default Position Sizing although if you go a little Degen and increase the Risk Per Trade in position sizing then it is advised to put a cap on how much this can go up to. For example if you set a Risk Per Trade to 10% and a Risk Limit to 50% then it means you will only be allowed to open 5 trades regardless of whether BlockParty sends further trades to your Copy Trader.

Entry: Define whether you want to enter automatically, which means as soon as the trade comes through you will enter or one-click follow, which means you can decide with one click whether to enter the trade or not.

Exchange: Define which wallet/exchange you have connected to Anny you wish to trade from

Compound – This will automatically increase/decrease the allocation you set in line with profit and loss from the strategy.


| What Does DCA Mean?




Remember all Futures carries inherent risks and liquidations of funds regardless of multiple precautions and strategies put in place. Always use nominal amounts and minimise risk until you are fully versed on how futures operates both on Anny & your chosen exchange as we hold zero liability for lost funds via strategy or technical issues.



CryptoBot Set-Up


BPT Premium | Discord

BPT Premium | Discord

BlockParty Trading is split into two sections – Our signal group and out trading bots.

Our trading bots live on 3Commas, Mizar and Anny.Trade and our signal group lives on Discord.

On Discord we have a server which contains multiple free channels for crypto news and a community chat for general crypto discussion (including daily BTC analysis) and support groups for each of our trading bots where you can get tech support free of charge 24/7.

On top of the free channels we have 13 pay to view channels available in a package referred to as ‘Premium’. Access to the Premium Channels costs $19.99pm or $199.90 for a full year.

The premium channels are;

Pro-Trader Signals
These Signals are trades made by real traders based on our proprietary BlockParty Strategy. We analyse the market as a whole and trade the ALT coins where we see safe quick profits.
These trades are suitable for traders of all skill levels.

The trades are broken down into 3 categories, Pro-Trader Spot, Pro-Trader Futures and DegenPlays.

The Pro-Trader Spot and Futures are the actual trades that we are making. They are posted at midday and midnight GMT and you receive the entry price, the take profits and the stop loss.

We also recommend a TP split (take 50% at TP1 and 50% at TP2), an investment amount (5% of your designated crypto trading funds) and a strategy to manage the trade (move SL to breakeven once TP1 is hit).

Our results are recorded using this strategy (we update in the Free Discord Chat all targes hit) so if you also set up in this way your results should mirror ours, or if you feel you know better use our signals and your own custom set up and let us know if you manage to beat our returns!

Our Results –

The #DEGEN plays are fun high potential trades usually made in coins with a low market cap that have huge profit potential. They are opportunistic and not considered part of our main strategy (and so not included on the results sheet) instead they are high risk high reward style plays to add a bit of degen fun to our more calculated strategy.

BTC Scalp Signals
In our free Discord chat channel we post a daily BTC analysis breaking down what we expect from BTC over the next 24 hours for BTC or the market as a whole.

We use this analysis to create these daily BTC scalp trades. We make these in the futures market so we can go long (up) and short (down). The trades are published with two take profits and follow a rigid strategy.

We recommend investing 1% according to risk. This means that you invest an amount that, if the stop loss is hit, costs you 1% (so if SL is minus 10%, you would invest 10% of your allocated funds so that if you do hit SL your realised loss is 1%).

We then have two take profit targets to choose between, the first is 1.2x the SL (so you win 1.2%) the second is 1.5x the SL (so you win 1.5%).

Using the 1.2x TP expected win rate is around 50-55% and the 1.5x TP expected win is around (45-50%).

We suggest that these trades are taken by experienced traders who are able to correctly set up the risk investment, not taken with too high leverage (as there is a risk of liquidation if you over leverage relative to the stop loss provided) and we strongly suggest that, as you have access to all of the historical signals that you backtest them by reviewing the charts on Trading View.

If you do not have access to leveraged trading as you are region blocked the long trades could be made in the spot market.

DCA USDT Signals /
DCA BTC Signals

These are high frequency signals which we use to power our DCA bots on Anny.Trade, 3Commas and Mizar.

If you are experienced with DCA bots on these platforms you can use these signals to run your own bot. We don’t suggest trading these signals manually unless you are able to do your own analysis as the take profits and stop losses arent included in DCA bot signals.

Forex Signals
Similar to the BTC scalp signals these EUR/USD signals are designed to be traded from risk. We provide a TP, a SL and an entry price set up with a 1:1 risk reward.

This means that we require a 50% win rate to be profitable. As you have access to the historical signals we recommend that you test the strategy by plotting the trades on the EUR/USD chart on Trading View and once you are happy that the win rate is positive – making the trades.

Th trades come in two parts. First you get a ‘pre-emptive’ signal this warns that a signal is close to being posted and gives you time to set up your trade, then if the trade is confirmed you will receive a confirmation alert that is your trigger to place the trade. Since these are small profit trades traded in the 1 minute time frame we recommend that you only open trades in the seconds following the alert. If you miss a trade dont worry another will come along soon.

We aim for a 55% win rate. Again these are recommended for experienced traders who can set up according to risk and back test manually.

Insider News
Breaking News
Exchange Listings
Whale Tracker
OnChain Data
Forex News
Economic Calendar

Being aware of the market is crucial especially if you intend on using the BTC Scalp signals or the Forex signals.

Unlike the Pro-Trader signals where we have oversight and control the BTC scalps ad the Forex signals will continue to post even if the market conditions arent ideal.

To help you know when and when not to trade these signals we post a daily BTC analysis as well as providing you with 7 key crypto and market news channels.

When trading the forex signals we recommend you keep an eye on theForex News and the Economic calendar. If you have any question about anything you read or just need a second opinion you can always ask us in the Traders Lounge.

When trading Crypto you mainly need to ensure you are tracking the BTC updates in the free chat (tagged #BTC #Analysis) and keep an eye on the whale tracker and breaking news. If a whale buys a large amount of an ALT coin it could push price up or vice versa so knowing where the big money is moving helps. Exchange listings (and de-listings) move the price of the ALT coin in question as more exposure equals more potential demand and vice versa.

Insider news is official news directly from the official social channels of the coins in question.

Traders Lounge
This is a chat room exclusively for our Premim Members. We’re happy to answer any questions that are trading related (and maybe some that arent!) as well as giving our trading insights and ideas and allowing you to share yours with a friendly supportive community. 


CryptoBot Guide & FAQ's


Alpha Money Concepts

Alpha Money Concepts

Alpha Money Concepts is a new indicator that gives you access to one of the dominant modern trading philosophies – Smart Money Concepts.

Smart Money Concepts is trading based on the idea that institutions and large whales move the market and if we are attuned to the right signals we can follow their lead and profit.

This indicator can help us determine where these whale accounts have placed their buy and sell orders so that we can anticipate the price action these orders will create.

We have distilled these pricie movements down into the following alerts;

Break of Structure (BOS):
This indicates a decisive change in the general trend, and indicates that smart money is reversing so for example in a BTC/USDT uptrend with higher highs and higher lows a sudden lower low would indicate that the ‘structure’ of the market has been broken, indicating a possible reversal.

Change in Character (CHOCH):
This is when the meta of the market changes. Say you are in a long consolidation period trading in a narrow range and suddenly we see a big volume spike and candle. This would be a change of character. The direction of the market may remain the same but the size ad frequency of the orders may change. Again this can indicate a possible reversal or alter the way you are building your positions and placing your take profits or stop losses.

Equal Highs / Lows (EQL): If price forms multiple highs or lows at the same price point we link and identify these prices as they may represent local highs or lows, or be points of support or resistance or points of reversal.

Order Blocks:
When a cluster of candles end at at a certain price it indicates to us that that price holds order volume (buy or sell) so we can identify them as shaded areas and refer to them as order blocks, which can influence future price movements – trade them as support or resistance.

Fair Value Gap (FVG):
A fair value gap is generated when there is a large candle whose previous candle’s high and subsequent candle’s low do not fully overlap the large candle. The space between these wicks is known as the fair value gap.
Fair value gaps indicate an imbalance in buying and selling pressure and become a magnet for price, trade them as you would a continuation pattern – we expect price to retrace to fill the gap (and collect the liquidity left there) before continuing on in the original direction.


BPT Premium | Discord




URSI is our new BlockParty Trading RSI trading Strategy.

We use the traditional RSI (with custom settings) to generate actionable trading signals so rather than using the RSI as a confluence or to get market sentiment you can use trade directly from the URSI using the signals it creates.

The RSI is a momentum oscillator that measures the speed and change of price movements. The RSI oscillates between zero and 100. Traditionally the RSI is considered overbought when above 70 and oversold when below 30.

Our strategy creates alerts from both traditional divergences but also using a custom algo which plots the position of the RSI relative to trendlines and its moving average. When the RSI is in the correct place you are given a long or short signal to trade.

The URSI generates the following trade signals;

Divergences signal reversals in trends. The can be bullish or bearish depending on the relationship between the RSI and the price chart.

Lower LowHigher LowIndicates underlying strength. Bears are exhausted. Warning of a possible trend direction change from a downtrend to an uptrend
Bearish DivergenceHigher HighLower HighIndicates underlying weakness. The bulls are exhausted. Warning of a possible trend direction change from an uptrend to a downtrend.

There are also ‘Hidden’ Divergences which are harder to spot (the URSI identifies them for you, as well as regular divergences).

Whereas divergences identify reversals, hidden divergences identify continuations.

Higher LowLower LowIndicates underlying strength. Good entry or re-entry. This occurs during retracements in an uptrend. Nice to see during the price retest of previous lows. “Buy the dips.”
Lower HighHigher HighIndicates underlying weakness. Found during retracements in a downtrend. Nice to see during price retests of previous highs. “Sell the rallies.”

URSI Long / Short
The URSI also generates our custom URSI Long or Short signals when the URSI breaks trendlines (only those that started overbought or oversold) within the right range on the URSI scale. These are identified on the chart by the word LONG for long signals and SHORT for short signals.


Alpha Money Concepts


Alpha Prime

Alpha Prime

The Alpha Prime is a chart overlay based indicator that is built to aid with identifying TREND DIRECTION & SUPPORT, RESISTANCES, PIVOTS & VOLUME REVERSALS. Along with predefined Multi-Time Frame Moving averages to always know the trends and key potential price action points.


Support & Resistance


These lines represent key support & resistance levels – integral for helping spot key rejections and breakouts


It is important to looking for the change in colour of the support and resistance zones to signify a flip in support or resistance or when the price is within these zones which means there could be some price action incoming – combine with is with other indicators to help give you a potential direction.
You can update the settings to make them more or less responsive to fewer or more pivot points or more or less confirmed. It is advised to play around with the settings to find what you are comfortable with and what suits the timeframe you are trading on.


Multi-Timeframe Moving Averages

These EMA’s (Default: 20, 50, 200 Timeframe: Daily) – can be changed to preferred length and custom timeframe


The defaults are quite important as the 20, 50 and 200 Daily moving averages are amongst the most popular periods and timeframe in trading – this means a large number of traders are following them. This is significant to both confirm trend direction but also can be used significantly for Support and resistance. At BPT we set the extra MTDF EMA to the 200 Week moving average for BTC – another very significant moving average.
Weekly Pivot Points

Pivot Points, these are set to a default of weekly and the key to using these is when there is an “untested” weekly pivot point there is usually and extremely high change of the price revisiting this area between the high and low – which helps dramatically with setting targets. Untested basically means that there have been no candles (Approx 1hr+) close within the shaded areas. Simply,very effective.These take the previous weeks average price and average highs and lows to give the area.



Future Pivot Points

Whilst the Pivot Points work on the previous weeks highs/lows and middle averages, the Future Pivot Point does a very similar thing but is a real time pivot point so in theory will show you the incoming Pivot Point (or the Future Pivot Point in this case). This works exactly the same in theory as the Pivot Points but in real time. It can be used excellently with the Fibonnaci Retracement levels to help stop bounces or rejections.Please note these reset every Monday so they become stronger closer the week “close”.



A Super Trend is a trend following indicator similar to moving averages. It is plotted on price and the current trend can simply be determined by its placement vis-a-vis price. It is a very simple indicator and is constructed with the help of just two parameters- period and multiplier. These can also be illustrated by colouring the candles to help identify the trend quickly.

Play around with the settings as different assets have different levels of volatility that will impact the super trend differently making it more or less effective.




The theory of the TD9 works similarly to the concept of order blocks with 9 candles in a row being lower than the previous close. This usually indicates being heavily oversold and a reversal is incoming. Used in confluence with support and resistances or Fibonacci Retracement it can be very strong.The labelled “9’s” are trend based so only will appear with the direction of the trend of the market.

It is important like with all signals to not rely on them independantly but with support and resistance and ideally with the longer term trend aim to sync these with some of the higher timeframe moving averages and also the auto support and resistance.


Trending Exhaustion Signals

These are bespoke signals that follow a unique algo to identify potential exhaustion in short-term trends and potential reversals. Great when used in confluence with support/resistance and oversold/overbought zones – these are only triggered when above the slow EMA (200 EMA is default)

Look at these in the same way as TD9’s as they operate with the same logic – again always use in confluence with other indicators including volume
Trending Signals

The Long and Short Trending signals are based on a confluence of multiple trading indicators that will help define a likely start and also continuation of a trend

Learn About Trending Signals


Volume BreakOut Signal


Volume is everything in trading – it can identify market moves before they happen. Although it can often be quite misleading – does large volume mean a Pump or a Reversal? Well, both actually. The yellow squares represent significant spikes in volume that can result in a pump (Breakout) or Reversal. Reversals are often support by big candle wicks which the signals will help you identify. Where as big volume spike (Yellow Diamonds) through a key resistance can help identify when it is a pump/breakout – which is what these signals will signify



RSI PullBack Signals


“Pullbacks” are some of the more reliable signals within trading strategies and very simple. We are just looking for a little bit of selling pressure during a strong trend and taking advantage of that small dip for a stronger entry. You can change the sensitivity in the settings to make them more frequent or more confirmed, these are all based around the RSI to help confirm the pullbacks



Rejection Signals

Learn About Support/Resistance Reversals
Learn About RSI Overbought/Sold




Auto Add Asset Variables


If these are turned on then these will automatically populate the alert messages with predefined key information, please see an example below:


Direction: VOLUME

Type: Volume

Signal: Volume Spike

Exchange: BINANCE

Asset: #USDT_CFX

Timeframe: 240

Price: 0.0988


If this is switched off then the key information will not be added, this is preferable if using the alert messages for automated trading integration.


Trend Change Alert – This is multiple confluences to define a switch in short term trend – these are also filtered by the Slow EMA and only trigger when trending in the continuing direction


Resistance Rejection – This occurs when the RSI is Oversold or Overbought and the candle is bouncing off the support or resistance when trending with the Slow Moving Average


Volume Breakout – This occurs when a candle with significant volume breaks through a key resistance.


TD9 – These will only trigger when trending with the slow moving average and a TD9 fires.


Exhaustion – Similar to the TD9, these will only trigger when an Exhaustion signal prints when trending with the Slow moving average


RSI Pullback – These occur when the RSI goes oversold when above the slow Moving average or when the RSI goes overbought and below the slow moving average


All Bullish/Bearish Moving Averages – These occur at the point when all 3 moving averages are trending in the same direction:
Bullish = Fast MA above Medium MA above Slow MA


Bearish = Fast MA below Medium MA below Slow MA


Golden/Death Cross – This is when the 200 EMA crosses up or down on the 50 EMA


Volume Spike – These trigger when a yellow diamond appear, which illustrates an unusual spike in volume.


Contrarian Resistance Rejection – These will trigger when there is a rejection from a resistance or support but not with any confluence from the slow moving average

Alert Messages

This is where you place the alert message if you are sending it via API or simply to yourself as an e-mail. If you want to send it to a bot then delete anything already in the box and deselect the Auto Add Asset Variables.




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