Since launching our Liquidity Mining program on Digitex on Monday, we’ve been listening to your feedback and taking your comments on board. We’re really pleased with the initial response so far! One overriding point that many of you made, however, is that it is difficult to profit from the program when trading manually. We, therefore, wanted to remind you that our API is available to set up bot trading to maximize your Liquidity Mining rewards–here’s how.
How To Get Started
To get started with bot trading (which will not only maximize your Liquidity Mining rewards but also take your trading game up a gear), you’ll need to first download Python and then Protobuf. You can find more details on how to do this for Mac OS, Ubuntu, or Windows here. Once you’re good to go, you’ll need to download Digitex engine client, a library that implements a client interface to the Digitex Futures trading engine, before connecting the main API.
We have laid out the instructions step by step in an informative article on our Support Center. This helpful guide should make it easy for you to download the necessary software, troubleshoot any issues, and get started with your bot on Digitex. However, if you have any questions at all or require any assistance to install your trading bot, don’t hesitate to reach out, our support team will be happy to help. Simply hit us up on any of our socials, use the Live Chat feature, or open a support ticket.
Another Upgrade Coming Soon
Finally, we understand from your feedback, that you’re hotly anticipating the release of our zero-fee spot exchange. Please be aware that this major upgrade is coming soon. As we stated in our article at the start of the year, the Digitex roadmap still stands intact. We’ve just learned from our past mistakes that it’s better to drop the upgrades and improvements when they’re ready to ship rather than force ourselves to commit to dates that we may not be able to reach. We appreciate all your understanding, support, and patience.
And, in the meantime, be sure to get trading on the BTC futures market now ahead of Friday’s massive $6.1 billion BTC options expiry date… the volatility surrounding the king of all cryptos looks set to be epic!