How to Integrate WunderTrading
Updated: Dec 21, 2022
We'll talk here about how to use Crypto Tipster v2 with WunderTrading, in order to set up your own auto-trading bot to through Tradingview's Alert system to handle trade executions (Buy/Sell/Close) in real-time, automatically!
Sounds a little confusing? Don't worry, it's actually quite simple! Simply follow the steps below and you'll have your own auto-trading bot set up within an hour.
First thing's first.
Let's get you set up with the accounts you'll need.
So, I'm going to assume you've joined theCrypster, and you've received your welcome e-mail explaining that you've been signed up to Crypto Tipster v2 on our TradingView account. That's a great place to start!
If you have't done so already you're certainly going to need to get yourself a TradingView account, in order to set Alerts via Webhook (which we need) you are going to need to get yourself an upgraded Pro, Pro+ or Premium membership with Tradingview.
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We're also going to need a WunderTrading Account
Head on over to WunderTrading next and let's create an account with these guys - this is the site that will handle the incoming Alert signals from Crypto Tipster v2, and forward them onto your exchange through a connected API, where the trades will ultimately be placed.
Joining WunderTrading is quite straight forward - once you've joined and confirmed your email, log in and you should see a page similar to the one below.
Do you already have a Trading Exchange?
Many of our customers already have at least one trading exchange set up, funded and ready to place trades. Many of our customers do not - it's fine if you haven't. Some of the most popular and trusted exchanges are listed below.
These 4 exchanges have proven themselves over the years to be a safe, secure and user-friendly environment for placing crypto-currency trades, and this is why we love them!
Let's get these accounts linked up!
You've joined theCrypster, Tradingview, WunderTrading and an exchange of your choosing. Let's get these things linked up so they can communicate with each other.
The first piece of information we're going to need to acquire is your API keys from your trading exchange. How to find these API keys varies from one exchange to another, but it's never normally too difficult, a quick browse around the website, or a Google search will reveal how to find your API credentials within your exchange.
You will probably need to set up a new API within your exchange in order to get your keys, this again is quite a simple task, generally speaking you'll need to give the API a name, and access to place trades, cancel trades, manage trades etc. We don't recommend giving an API access to make transfers/withdrawals, however; this is not required and should therefore be safe-guarded against!
Link WunderTrading to your Exchange
Keep your API details written down somewhere safe, you're going to need them and most exchanges remove this information after the intial API set up for security purposes.
Head over to WunderTrading and log in to your account - navigate to "My Exchanges" on the left-hand menu. You should see a page similar to the one shown above. Click the green "Add New" button to create a new API profile link.
Select the exchange you set up your API keys with (note that testnet accounts are not available currently). Give your account a name, something that breifly describes it ('Kraken Daily Swing'), as an example.
Enter your API key and secret, these are case-sensitive and need to match exactly.
Click the "Add" button and you should now have linked your trading exchange to WunderTrading! Good Job!
Now it's time to set up your first bot!
We're getting through the 'to-do' list - the next part of this set up involves actually creating the WunderTrading bot to accept the Alert signals from Tradingview.
Navigate to the "My Bots" page within WunderTrading, and click the "Add New" button to start setting up your first bot.
On this page you'll need to enter some more information, give your bot a name, a description if you feel it necessary and ensure your exchange and API match what you've previously set up.
You're also going to need to select the timeframe that matches what you're using on Tradingview, and ensure the trading pair selected is the pair you're using on Tradingview, so the alerts being sent will match the information given on WunderTrading.
Signal source should be Tradingview. Order Type should be Market orders, given how we're going to be trading longer timeframes the small commission involved with market orders becomes almost irrelevant, we just to get into the trade as soon as possible!