I tried a lot of bots here but all very static, after 2 or 3 days I see no sell/buy orders! Can you suggest me a bot that is less static and executes actions also for small price value changes?
The platforms I've released can all be adapted for any time period, but you will have to do the work to tune and retune them over time. The higher the frequency the more often you have to retune, the more likely you'll miss a "trend", and the greater risk for flash trades.
If you're new to this higher frequency trading is not a path I'd suggest, but towards that end you could adapt any of these platforms:
Magic Carpet (without the evolve function because its not quite true yet)
6 SAR Harmonica
MACD Triple Trader
All of which have constants for "INTERVAL"; which is candle size and "PERIOD".
You could even experiment with a really small Z score on the Honey Badger.
Generally, I find bots trade about INTERVAL times the max PERIOD divided by 5
So if you're trading on 10m candles with a 10/90 cross
10m * 90 / 5 = 180m
...you could expect a trade every 180 minutes; aka 3 hours
The same algo running on 12h candles:
12h * 90 / 5 = 216h
...you could expect a trade every 216 hours; aka 9 days
Another thought on the subject of "higher frequency"; generally you need a lower frequency bot to help you pick out WHEN to deploy a higher frequency bot. Any "simple" bot that runs on higher frequency will only be effective during certain market conditions. For example... you might find a high frequency bot that works really well during a consolidation; but the same HF will get rekt in a more volatile capitulation.
Logging is a good way to think about bots. You wouldn't go out into a forest and look to take down a tree with a dovetail saw. A chainsaw is a much better choice. The market is a forest. First step is to cut down a tree with a 12h low frequency bot. Once you know where the market is on 12h; then you can make lumber out of it with a 1h bot... then... if you have a special board and you're so inclined, you can make a fancy box out of it on 1m candles with a dovetail saw.
Here a 3d MACD was used as a primary filter, 4h MACD as secondary filter...
And for a brief period of time over 5 days a 1h MACD was then deployed causing a rapid buy/sell; then quickly disabled by the lower frequency filters before it gets rekt.