Triggers are business rules that perform certain actions in your operations. For example, a trigger can be used to shut down your operation when Bitcoin's price drops.
The triggers contain conditions separated by 2 categories (any and all), for a trigger to be fired, the selected conditions must be true. You can select a maximum of 3 conditions per trigger in each category.
All conditions, as you have probably already discovered, must all be true. If any of the condition instructions fail (not true), the trigger will not be fired.
When the price of Bitcoin is greater than 10500 and the time greater than 17:00
In addition, at least one of the conditions must also be true. For example, you may need the trigger to act only when there are 5 orders recently finalized at a loss OR the Bitcoin percentage change (24h) is negative (below -0.50).
Triggers contain actions that will be taken when certain conditions are true. For example, I want the trigger to shut down my operation when Bitcoin falls below $ 10,500. You can select a maximum of 2 actions per trigger.
The action instructions follow the same format as the conditions. Some actions will have a value field that must be filled, such as "Activate / Modify Stop Loss".
The action below will modify the value of my Stop Loss and link the operations I have selected.
The trigger will perform actions on the selected operations. It is necessary to mark the status as "Enabled" for the trigger to be fired.