CryptoCurrency / Docker · October 14, 2021

FreqTrade: Manage a fleet of Crypto-Bots!

Hey there! In this tutorial, I’ll teach you how to consolidate all your FreqTrade instances (you do have more than a couple, right?!) in to a single dashboard, so you can easily see how your strategies are performing in a single, cohesive dashboard! By the way, this is all NATIVE to FreqTrade!

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If you haven’t already seen the video, do check it out:

I’m guessing you came here for the example code. Here’s what you need in your user_data/config.json file

"api_server": {
        "enabled": true,
        "enable_openapi": true,
        "listen_ip_address": "",
        "listen_port": 8080,
        "verbosity": "info",
        "jwt_secret_key": "somethingrandom",
        "CORS_origins": [""],
        "username": "api",
        "password": "api"

The key there is the CORS entry: This should be the fully-qualified URL of your primary “dashboard” FreqTrade instance. You’ll use this same entry on all your bots.

Do let me know if you have questions! Comment on the YouTube video, or hit me up on Twitter @OMGTheCloud