Why do you need Infinity Grid
The Infinity Grid Bot is a premium version of our Grid Trading Bot. With the Infinity Grid Bot, you never have to worry about the price exceeding your grid price range. The Infinity Grid Bot helps you to “buy low and sell high” 7*24 and it makes sure the total amount of the assets remain the same while the price keeps rising.
How to use Infinity Grid
First, please log in to pionex.com and find the “Infinite Grid” bot on the right side of the page.
Pionex lets users choose one of the two options for their Infinity Grid Bot: “AI Strategy” or “Manual setting”.
If you choose “Use AI Strategy”, Pionex AI Advisor will suggest you a set of parameters. The parameters are calculated from backtesting the last 30-Days of market data. You’ll see the recommended “Lower Limit” for the bot and the “Profit per Grid” will be fixed at 0.6%. All you’ll need to do is to use the slider to choose how much of your funds you want to use for the Infinity Grid Bot.
If you choose “ Manual setting”, you’ll need to set 3 Parameters: Lowest price, Profit per grid and Total investment.
The “Lowest price” sets the Bottom of your infinite price range. Your bot needs it to calculate in which proportion it needs BTC and USDT to start functioning. The bot won’t trade if the price falls below your “Lowest price”.
The “Profit per grid” lets you choose the size of your grids (Many transactions with small profit, or few transactions but with huge profit).
At last the “Total investment” lets you choose how much you want to invest for this bot.
Example for using an Infinity Grid
Let’s say you have 500 USDT and you want to create an Infinity Grid Bot for BTC/USDT, while the current price is of Bitcoin is 10.000 USDT.
For above example let’s use the following Parameters:
- Lowest price: 9.000 USDT
- Profit per grid: 1%
- Total investment: 500 USDT
Once started, the bot will buy some BTC let’s say for ~450 USDT. It will keep ~50 USDT in case the price falls, because the Lowest price is below the current price.
The Bot will then make sure your BTC holdings will always be worth 450 USDT.
In our example that means:
- Once the price rises 1% and reaches 10.100 USDT. The BTC value would increase to 454.5 USDT
- It will sell some BTC, so the remaining BTC will still be worth 450 USDT. Sell 4.5 USDT of BTC in this case.
- So your BTC in USDT value remains 450 USDT.
- The USDT amount in the bot would be 50 + 4.5 = 54.5 USDT
When the price rises another percent it will sell a bit again, to keep your BTC value at 450 USDT. So you will still have BTC worth 450 USDT and 60,05 USDT on top of that!
Once the price starts to fall again, the opposite will happen.
In short: Whatever the price does, the Infinity Grid Bot will make sure your BTC value in USDT always stays the same and with every change, you make a small profit.
The Bot will keep doing that “infinitely”, as long as the price stays above your “Lowest price”.
Sounds good right?
Infinity Grid Bot parameters introducing
- Investment: The funds invested to run the bot
- Total profit: Grid profit + Unrealized profit
- Unrealized profit: (Current price-average buying price) * number of coins held
- Grid profit: Grid bot buys low and sells high and makes profits from arbitrage
- Grid annualized: [(Grid profit/investment)/(Lasting time/365)]*100%
- Total annualized: [(Total profit/investment)/(Lasting time/365)]*100%
When to get started with Infinity Grid
When the current price starts to show an upward trend, it is the best time, especially at the beginning of the bull market, running the infinity grid bot will become an amazing weapon for earning USDT, so the infinity grid bot is also worthy of holding for long time.
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I’ve been using it for almost two days now and I am having hard time understanding how this works because I see the bot making very very very small profit is there something I can do to make it work better I would love some advice please thank you
If you have chosen to manually set the bot’s parameters you would need to adjust the percentage value in the “profit per grid” section. You could also trade with less grids, resulting in higher returns on each successful trade. Otherwise, if you increase the amount invested the percentage will return you relatively higher gains.
I am very interested in this bot and i would love to give it a try and leave a feedback. 🙂
Can the bot adjust itself when price go higher or lower?
It won’t adjust the paramenter once it’s active. So you need to cancel the bot and create a new one for that.
I am new to this all. When doing trades, example:BTC/USDT must the funds in the account be in BTC or must they be in USDT, or either one is ok?
Infinity grid bot will take whatever you have in your account. If you don’t have enough BTC, then it will use your USDT to buy some BTC. If you don’t have enough USDT, it will sell some of your BTC.
I’m new but I want to give a try. Can I start Infinity grid bot with $50 worth of BTC only.
try mBTC instead of BTC
probably it’s too few, because min order ~10$ and bot need open approximately 20 orders first
Where is the profit listed for the Infinity Bot? Does it show when the bot is cancelled?
Or is the Infinity Bot like staking?
Una ves tenga el bot en ganancias de un 10% ejemplo si el precio está subiendo, puedo ajustar el stop loss por encima de mi precio de entrada y así asegurar ganancias si el precio cae o corrige???
Yes, you can change the stop loss price anytime you want.
Sí, puede cambiar el precio de stop loss en cualquier momento que desee.
What happened if the prize go lower on your lower limit does the bot sell all your coins?
It won’t sell your coin unless you set a stop-loss price.
The sell orders will wait at each grid levels and waiting for the price to bounce back.
Dave, I’ve got a question. I am running the sol/btc Infitity bot and it has dropped significantly below my lower limit (like by 15-20%) and all sell orders are waiting at each grid level for the price to bounce back, which I believe will happen, would I benefit from: closing the IBot; not selling sol/btc; and re-running it with a new lower limit if I believe the SOL will outpace BTC from current price and want to enjoy gains over next 15-20% rebound or better off simply holding?
If you believe it will bounce back soon, then I’ll keep it active and waiting for the pull back.
where can i see all the profit closed. I am running the bot now but i find it confusing between Profit and Total Profit (after u click details) Is the USDT earned will be remain as USDT seperately?
Hi dave, this infinity grid bot sound like very good and excellent performance. And cross to my mind there is no risk at all. Do you have any comment or i myself missunderstanding.
Of course it has risk. The thing it helps you is to laddering sell and laddering buy, so if the coin you bought keep dropping then you’ll have the unrealized loss.
By the way, which part of my article makes you think this is a no risk bot? Please let me know 🙂
Dave, I didn’t quite understand this part. Can you please explain it again? Thanks
Using infinite bot, if I get 100% grid profit, does the bot utilise it within? As in infinite bot, I can’t cashout the profit?
The bot won’t compounded with the profit. Cancel the bot and you can cash out the profit.
“In our example that means: Once the price rises 1% and reaches 10.100 USDT it will sell some BTC, so the remaining BTC will still be worth 450 USDT and on top of that you will also have 55 USDT now!”
How can you make a profit of 55 USDT once the price rises %1, it should be 5.5 USDT!
The profit should be 4.5 USDT. The article doesn’t mean that the profit is 55 USDT. Because the total investment is $500 in the case, $450 goes to BTC and leave some USDT waiting for the dip.
Let me modify the article to make it more clear! Thanks!
I want to know if it’s make better results than holding in a bull market
If you can hold that coin from bottom to the top, then HODL is your best choice. Cause the bot will sell some of your coin on the way up, gradually take profits.
Does this bot sell all your position once it goes below the limit and buy back in when it goes back above it?
Nope, it won’t do that.
Hi Dave – Two Questions
1) I have been running an infinity bot for a little over a week now and I have some grid profit. Is there a way for to cash out the grid profit or be able to buy more ETH for my bot without having to stop my bot?
2) I saw a setting that says “profit from price increment and profit from fluctuation” and “profit from fluctuation” Can you explain the difference between these two options?
I have the same question re: profit from fluctuation and price increment vs just price increment. @Dave?
So when it sells to maintain the value of $400 in btc qnd has that reserve of $50, where doe the profit go? Is it straight into your usdt total or not? I know with straight grid trading you can release profit.
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