Futures grid robots are tools for automated trading strategies.

They are designed to establish long and short positions at regular intervals within a predetermined price range. Grid bots seek to capitalize on price fluctuations. They perform best in volatile markets.

### FAQ

**What Futures are supported by Futures Grid Bots?**

Pionex supports USDT perpetual contracts as well as cryptocurrency pairs, including BTC, ETH, and SOL as quotes.

**Is there a limit to the number of Futures grids?**

Yes, there is. The minimum number of grids is 2 and the

maximum number of grids is 500.

**How many Futures grid robots can I run at the same time?**

There is a limit to the overall maximum number of orders on the Futures grid:

20 orders or more requires actual investment ≥ 100U

30 or more orders require an actual investment of ≥200U

50 or more orders require an actual investment of ≥300U

Limitations on the maximum number of orders for a single coin on the Futures grid:

The maximum number of orders on cottage single-coin pairs is limited to 5.

**Why is my total P&L showing a loss while my Grid Profit is positive?**

Grid Profit represents the sum of the profits generated by each completed buy and sell order pair in a trading strategy. However, total P&L includes both realized and unrealized profits and losses. If the open positions in the robot are currently suffering losses and the realized Grid Profit is not enough to offset them, you may see a negative Total Profit and Loss.

**Can I add more margin to my Futures grid robot?**

Yes, you can add additional margin by going to the “More” page and clicking on “Adjust Margin”. The added margin will be used as an available balance to maintain your position or for fee deduction and will not affect any of the robot parameters.

**Why is the total number of Buy and Sell orders not equal to the number of my grids?**

Our Futures Grid Robot uses a dynamic order placing model, where the number of pending orders is always a limited number of orders near the current price, thus increasing your capital utilization and profitability, and reducing the risk of a potential blowout.