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How to configure Cryptohopper credit alerts?
How to configure Cryptohopper credit alerts?

Never miss a trade! Learn how to set up Cryptohopper credit alerts to prevent your trading bots from stopping due to low credit.

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Written by Pete Darby
Updated over a week ago

When you use automatic payments on Cryptohopper using Cryptohopper credits for trading bot subscriptions, setting up credit alerts proves to be an invaluable tool. These alerts notify you when your credit balance dips below a specified threshold, ensuring your trading bots continue operating and preventing unexpected losses.

Setting Up Credit Alerts

  1. Access User Profile and Subscriptions: Begin by clicking on your user profile and selecting the "Subscriptions" option.

  2. Enable Notifications: Locate the bell icon representing notifications and click on it.

  3. Configure Alert Threshold: A popup window will appear. Enter the desired credit amount at which you want to receive an alert.

Alert Mechanism

Credit alerts are triggered only after fulfilling specific conditions:

  • Initial Trigger: An alert is sent after making a payment on the Cryptohopper Marketplace or setting up automatic payments. The alert is triggered only when the credit balance falls below the specified threshold for the first time after exceeding that threshold.

Target Audience

Credit alerts are particularly beneficial for:

  • Cryptohopper Users: Those who regularly employ automatic payments using Cryptohopper credits.

  • Fund Managers: Fund managers overseeing crypto exchange accounts for other users find credit alerts even more crucial, as they prevent their clients' trading bots from stalling.


Credit alerts serve as a proactive measure, safeguarding your trading operations and minimizing potential disruptions. By implementing these alerts, you can maintain control over your Cryptohopper experience and ensure your trading bots remain active, maximizing your trading potential.

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