Webhook usage

Configuration

Enable webhooks by adding a webhook-section to your configuration file, and setting webhook.enabled to true.

Sample configuration (tested using IFTTT).

  "webhook": {
        "enabled": true,
        "url": "https://maker.ifttt.com/trigger/<YOUREVENT>/with/key/<YOURKEY>/",
        "webhookbuy": {
            "value1": "Buying {pair}",
            "value2": "limit {limit:8f}",
            "value3": "{stake_amount:8f} {stake_currency}"
        },
        "webhooksell": {
            "value1": "Selling {pair}",
            "value2": "limit {limit:8f}",
            "value3": "profit: {profit_amount:8f} {stake_currency}"
        },
        "webhookstatus": {
            "value1": "Status: {status}",
            "value2": "",
            "value3": ""
        }
    },

The url in webhook.url should point to the correct url for your webhook. If you're using IFTTT (as shown in the sample above) please insert our event and key to the url.

Different payloads can be configured for different events. Not all fields are necessary, but you should configure at least one of the dicts, otherwise the webhook will never be called.

Webhookbuy

The fields in webhook.webhookbuy are filled when the bot executes a buy. Parameters are filled using string.format. Possible parameters are:

  • exchange
  • pair
  • limit
  • stake_amount
  • stake_currency
  • fiat_currency
  • order_type

Webhooksell

The fields in webhook.webhooksell are filled when the bot sells a trade. Parameters are filled using string.format. Possible parameters are:

  • exchange
  • pair
  • gain
  • limit
  • amount
  • open_rate
  • current_rate
  • profit_amount
  • profit_percent
  • stake_currency
  • fiat_currency
  • sell_reason
  • order_type
  • open_date
  • close_date

Webhookstatus

The fields in webhook.webhookstatus are used for regular status messages (Started / Stopped / ...). Parameters are filled using string.format.

The only possible value here is {status}.