When browsing the Marketplace, you can see that bots can show different price labels.
The pricing for a bot is based on the minimum Trality subscription that is required to rent this trading bot. The minimum required subscription is determined by the tick interval that the bot runs on. A bot that runs on daily or hourly interval can be rented with a Rook subscription. Bots with lower tick intervals that are executed more frequently (e.g. every minute) require a higher Trality subscription, such as Knight, or Queen. You can check the pricing page for more details on the different subscriptions.
If you already have a subscription, we will show you which bot is included in your subscription, and for which you would have to upgrade.
Please note that with each subscription, you can only rent one live bot. You can rent as many virtual bots as are included in your subscription.
Please note that depending on how often your bot trades, it might still be beneficial to rent a trading bot with a higher subscription than required. For example, if you rent a bot with the Rook subscription, that trades more than €25,000 a month, you run the risk of your bot being stopped.
You can gauge the amount a bot trades by checking the metric of Average trading volume.
The Dynamic Cost Averaging Bot will trade around 450% of it's starting balance. So if you start this bot with €1000, it will use a trading volume of €4500. If you were to invest €10.000 in this bot, its trading volume would be €45.000, requiring a higher subscription than Rook.