Free and noncustodial tool for you to Integrate TradingView alert and execute automated trading for perpetual futures DEXes.

Currently, it supports dYdX v3, v4, Perpetual Protocol, GMX v2(Arbitrum) and Bluefin.

All software is open source, and this tool runs on users’ systems (rather than on a centralized platform). This requires that users run their bot, for which we recommend using a cloud service provider.

Source code: https://github.com/junta/tradingview-alert-connector

Video tutorial:

dYdX v3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8hB2O2-xx4

Perpetual Protocol: https://youtu.be/YqrOZW_mnUM

GMX v2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMNHVMSDccE

Strategy alert Message Generator tool: https://alert-message-generator.vercel.app/


  • Computing machine(Cloud service, local PC, Raspberry Pi, etc...) that has a stable internet connection to host this tool

  • TradingView Account at least Pro plan($12.95/month)

*To enable Webhook notification to send alerts from Tradingview

  • Trading account with collateral already in place

*This tool does not include any onboarding function, so

For dYdX v3, v4 and Perpetual Protocol, deposit collateral in advance.

For GMX, the tool uses native USDC(https://arbiscan.io/token/0xaf88d065e77c8cc2239327c5edb3a432268e5831) as collateral token by default.

We recommend creating and using an exclusive different account for running a trading bot.

  • My referral links to get a trading fee discount

Main Features

  • Receive strategy alert from Tradingview via webhook and execute a corresponding market order

  • Support for running multiple strategies/markets/exchanges at the same time

  • Export order history by each strategy to CSV

  • Support sentry.io for monitoring

Security measures

  • Utilized environment variables

  • Installed Helmet package

  • Implemented passphrase auth between Tradingview alert and your web server

Setup steps

Two steps are needed, which are

  1. Setting up a web server on your environment(local or cloud)

  2. Setting a strategy alert on Tradingview website

If you want to test the tool on testnet, go to Running on local PC (optional).

If you don't need to do, go to Running on cloud service page directly.

Need help?

DM to my Twitter or raise issue on Github


This project is hosted under an MIT OpenSource License. This tool does not guarantee users’ future profit and users have to use this tool on their own responsibility.

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