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TradingView is the world's largest P2P trade signal marketplace. A user who is very experienced in TradingView (TV) can now leverage on TV's signal and activate CryptoHero's bot to enter a trade.

CryptoHero has made it very versatile for a user to integrate TradingView. A user can receive TV's signals and activate either Base or Extra orders. TV's signal integration is also available in Advanced, DCA and Exit bot types, therefore, enhancing the capabilities of our bots.

With this feature, a CryptoHero user will be able to access the thousands of TV's technical indicators and signals and integrate them with CryptoHero.

Integrating TradingView

If you activate TradingView for your bot, you cannot accommodate other indicators. TradingView signal integration operates exclusively as its own indicator.

To integrate TradingView, first create an alert. Of course, you need to have an existing account with TradingView in order to do this.

Look for the Alert actions configuration. It will look like this:

Enter the URL below (as shown in the image above) into the Webhook URL field:

You may select the Option "Only Once" or "Every Time" as shown in the image below.

If you select "Only Once", this will prevent TV from repeatedly sending messages to CryptoHero each time the condition is met. If you select "Every Time", TV will notify CryptoHero each time TV condition is met. Choose "Every Time" if you have multiple extra orders set for the bot.

IMPORTANT: One TradingView Alert is tagged to one bot.

You may also set an expiration time for the TV alert if you prefer. Please be aware that if there is an expiration time, the bot will no longer be effective after the expiration date since it will be listening to a "dead-end".

Adding TradingView to your Bot

You may add up to five TradingView signals for each Entry and Exit conditions (it may vary as we further develop this).

To activate TradingView for your bot, click the TV switch as shown in the image below.

Then, click the Add Indicator button. A pop up window showing the TV settings will be shown. Each TV indicator is unique. You will be able to configure if this specific and unique TV indicator should make a Base or Extra order purchase.

Please note that in order to give our users the utmost flexibility, CryptoHero allows the user to create up to three TV indicators. Not only that, you can also create combinations of the indicators to either activate the Base or Extra Orders. As long as any TV signal is received, CryptoHero will activate the Entry condition (or Exit condition if the TV indicator is set there).

Let's assume you have created three TV indicators as shown in the image below:

If the topmost indicator (listening for base order) is received, CryptoHero will execute your base order. However, if either of the bottom two TV indicator signal is received, CryptoHero will execute your extra order.

Let's look at this example where all three TV indicators are listening for the Base order:

The bot will call the entry condition if any of the three TV indicator is received by CryptoHero.

Adding the CryptoHero's TV Message to TradingView

Each CryptoHero TV indicator has its own unique message string. It will look like this

{"checksum":"some random string","type":"entry","order":"base"}

Simply copy and paste the entire message into your TradingView's Message box. The message box is located below the Webhook URL field.

Be sure to include the opening and closing braces - " { " and " } "

IMPORTANT: Backtest does not work for TradingView signals as CryptoHero signal engine does not receive historical TV signals.

Mandatory TradingView Signal

You can also set a TradingView signal as a "Required" indicator. If this is enabled, you will need to set the Validity period. The Validity period refers to how long should CryptoHero hold a TradingView signal before the next TradingView signal is received.

For example, if you set "60" seconds as the Validity period, and TradingView Signal 1 is received, the next TradingView Signal 2 that arrives within 60 seconds from the receipt of Signal 1, CryptoHero will evaluate Signal 1 as a REquired signal and execute the trade. If Signal 2 arrives after 60 seconds from the receipt of Signal 1, the bot will not execute. This is because Signal 1 is set as a "Required" indicator.

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