[bisq-network/bisq] Write a trading bot using the Bisq API (#1054)
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When you cancel an order on bisq you will lose some of the fees you’ve paid.
If you’re an active trader you want to put in a sell order at a resistance level e.g. but if the resistance is broken, you might want to cancel the order if you think price will go up because of the break-out.
Or, if you want to be a market maker you put in a sell and buy order at the same time, but when other exchanges the price move you want to adjust these orders constantly.
Hope this helps
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@Quenos<https://github.com/Quenos> Could you elaborate on the cost of canceling orders? When would orders need to be canceled?
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