Deribit Trading Bot

Deribit is a trading platform that supports Bitcoin and Ethereum (deposits and all transactions are in BTC, while withdrawals could be in ETH as well). However, its main focus lies on options and derivatives. If you are interested in futures trading, Deribit is the right resource for it as well.

Founded in 2016 by John Jansen, an Amsterdam-born financial professional, Deribit at present is a well-recognized cryptocurrency derivative exchange because:

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Benefits of Deribit exchange

  • Its fees are rather modest;

  • Options and futures trading are offered;

  • High leverage is available;

  • There are no commissions on deposit and withdrawal.

Nevertheless, you should bear in mind that the USA residents aren’t permitted to use it.

Trade on Deribit round-the-clock

Auto-trading is understandably popular on crypto markets. A bot is actually a piece of software, based on specific algorithms and often on artificial intelligence, which spots favorable opportunities and places orders - even 24/7, if you wish.

Deribit’s bot has an intuitive, sleek-looking interface with multiple built-in tools. On WunderTrading you can use not only deribit trading bot - the platform offers automated tools for multiple exchanges. Besides, you could take advantage of many other possibilities, such as copy trading of crypto currencies.

TradingView Alerts to Deribit

To send TradingView alerts to a Deribit, you'll need to use WunderTrading to bridge the gap between TradingView's alert system and the exchange's API (Application Programming Interface). This can be done in 3 simple steps.

1. Create API Keys: In your Deribit account settings, find the API section and create API keys. API keys are essential for connecting external services like TradingView to your Deribit account. Make sure to set appropriate permissions for the API keys, typically limited to trading and perhaps account information access.

2. Add you API Keys to WunderTrading: This will establish the connection between the Deribit and the bots that you will create.

3. Configure Alerts in TradingView: Open your TradingView chart. Click on the ‘Alert’ button. Configure the alert conditions (e.g., price level, indicator crossover). For the ’Webhook URL’ or similar option, enter the URL provided by WunderTrading.

Bot settings

Limit entries

Multiple entries

Multiple Take Profits

Trailing Stop

Stop Loss

Order size in % or fixed amount ($)

Swing Trading

DCA Trading

Any signal from any Source

TradingView Alerts

Automated move to breakeven

Multiple pairs




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