Advanced (crypto) trading bot that enables you to create complex trading strategies and automate them

  • By Strategeable
  • Last update: Dec 17, 2022
  • Comments: 2

Strategeable Trader


License: MIT

DISCLAIMER: This project is a work in progress. Feel free to contribute.

Advanced (crypto) trading bot that enables you to create complex trading strategies and automate them

Strategeable Trader is an open source effort to create an advanced, yet relatively easy-to-use, crypto trading bot. Simply build buy and sell paths, backtest the strategy against historical data and launch a bot on your favorite exchange.


Current features

  • Build/design strategies
    • Chunks (use a block of conditions in multiple paths)
    • Variables (e.g. you use the same moving average periods, change them in only one place)
    • Buy/sell paths with signal tiles, any signal tiles and chunks
  • Backtest strategy
    • Backtest across multiple symbols at once
    • Chart/results in interface when finished

Upcoming features / in progress

  • Configure exchange API keys in your account
  • Start an actual bot
    • Discord/Telegram integration?

Installation & usage


  • Golang is installed on device
  • Yarn globally installed

Development environment

  1. git clone <your-fork>
  2. Install each part of the project
    • cd ./frontend && yarn install
    • cd ./api && yarn install
  3. Setup environment variables using the .env.example files
    • frontend: .env.local
    • api: .env
    • bot: .env
  4. Run each component
    • frontend: yarn serve
    • api: yarn dev
    • bot: go run main.go


Pull requests are welcome. Please feel free to create issues for actual issues or potential additions to the project.



  • 1

    Create / launch bots

    Can create test bots in the frontend / api, bot can pick these up and start running them. To be clear, the actual running part still has to be created in the bot.

  • 2

    Generate navbar using the router config

    Instead of manually updating the NavBar.vue component with each new router entry, use the router config in frontend/router/index.ts in such a way that this can be used to dynamically fill the NavBar component.