Carbon’s Limit Order & Grid Trading Strategies

Carbon’s Limit Order & Grid Trading Strategies

Carbon’s Limit Order & Grid Trading Strategies

Carbon DeFi

Carbon DeFi

Carbon DeFi

Aug 4, 2023

Aug 4, 2023

Aug 4, 2023

A wide range of automated trading strategies can be executed on Carbon. Trading strategies are fully on-chain and non-custodial, require no code to deploy, and can be performed with any standard ERC20 token.


The post will cover a few example trading strategies, including:

  1. Limit Order


  2. Range Order (“scale in” or “scale out”)


  3. Grid Trading (“buy low, sell high” repeatedly with a single position)


  4. Momentum Trading


  5. Pegged-Asset Arbitrage


1. Limit Order

A one-time buy order or sell order that executes at a specific price. Use limit orders to set your entry and exit points.


e.g., Buy ETH at $1500


2. Range Order (“scale in” or “scale out”)

Execute a range order that “scales in” or “scales out” of a position by executing orders across a range of prices


e.g., Buy ETH $1800–1900


  1. Grid Trading (“buy low, sell high”)

Repeatedly buy in one price range and sell in a higher price range. Use a single liquidity position and avoid creating multiple orders.


e.g., Repeatedly buy ETH $1800–1900 and sell ETH $2100–2200, until you close or adjust the strategy.


4. Momentum Trading

Buy into a rising asset and gradually sell as the token continues to rise. Alternatively, sell into a downward trend rather than try to time the bottom.


e.g., ETH is at $1800; buy ETH $1900–2000 and sell $2100–2200


5. Pegged-Asset Arbitrage

Take advantage of de-pegs between pegged assets.


e.g., ETH/rETH strategy that auto-buys ETH when it de-pegs below the price of rETH, and auto-sells ETH when it re-pegs to the price of rETH.


Or, a DAI/USDC strategy that buys and sells DAI when it de-pegs and re-pegs from USDC.


Create an automated trading strategy on Carbon today 👉 carbondefi.xyz/


A wide range of automated trading strategies can be executed on Carbon. Trading strategies are fully on-chain and non-custodial, require no code to deploy, and can be performed with any standard ERC20 token.


The post will cover a few example trading strategies, including:

  1. Limit Order


  2. Range Order (“scale in” or “scale out”)


  3. Grid Trading (“buy low, sell high” repeatedly with a single position)


  4. Momentum Trading


  5. Pegged-Asset Arbitrage


1. Limit Order

A one-time buy order or sell order that executes at a specific price. Use limit orders to set your entry and exit points.


e.g., Buy ETH at $1500


2. Range Order (“scale in” or “scale out”)

Execute a range order that “scales in” or “scales out” of a position by executing orders across a range of prices


e.g., Buy ETH $1800–1900


  1. Grid Trading (“buy low, sell high”)

Repeatedly buy in one price range and sell in a higher price range. Use a single liquidity position and avoid creating multiple orders.


e.g., Repeatedly buy ETH $1800–1900 and sell ETH $2100–2200, until you close or adjust the strategy.


4. Momentum Trading

Buy into a rising asset and gradually sell as the token continues to rise. Alternatively, sell into a downward trend rather than try to time the bottom.


e.g., ETH is at $1800; buy ETH $1900–2000 and sell $2100–2200


5. Pegged-Asset Arbitrage

Take advantage of de-pegs between pegged assets.


e.g., ETH/rETH strategy that auto-buys ETH when it de-pegs below the price of rETH, and auto-sells ETH when it re-pegs to the price of rETH.


Or, a DAI/USDC strategy that buys and sells DAI when it de-pegs and re-pegs from USDC.


Create an automated trading strategy on Carbon today 👉 carbondefi.xyz/


A wide range of automated trading strategies can be executed on Carbon. Trading strategies are fully on-chain and non-custodial, require no code to deploy, and can be performed with any standard ERC20 token.


The post will cover a few example trading strategies, including:

  1. Limit Order


  2. Range Order (“scale in” or “scale out”)


  3. Grid Trading (“buy low, sell high” repeatedly with a single position)


  4. Momentum Trading


  5. Pegged-Asset Arbitrage


1. Limit Order

A one-time buy order or sell order that executes at a specific price. Use limit orders to set your entry and exit points.


e.g., Buy ETH at $1500


2. Range Order (“scale in” or “scale out”)

Execute a range order that “scales in” or “scales out” of a position by executing orders across a range of prices


e.g., Buy ETH $1800–1900


  1. Grid Trading (“buy low, sell high”)

Repeatedly buy in one price range and sell in a higher price range. Use a single liquidity position and avoid creating multiple orders.


e.g., Repeatedly buy ETH $1800–1900 and sell ETH $2100–2200, until you close or adjust the strategy.


4. Momentum Trading

Buy into a rising asset and gradually sell as the token continues to rise. Alternatively, sell into a downward trend rather than try to time the bottom.


e.g., ETH is at $1800; buy ETH $1900–2000 and sell $2100–2200


5. Pegged-Asset Arbitrage

Take advantage of de-pegs between pegged assets.


e.g., ETH/rETH strategy that auto-buys ETH when it de-pegs below the price of rETH, and auto-sells ETH when it re-pegs to the price of rETH.


Or, a DAI/USDC strategy that buys and sells DAI when it de-pegs and re-pegs from USDC.


Create an automated trading strategy on Carbon today 👉 carbondefi.xyz/


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