1. What are the Technical requirements to run Trademinator?
    Trademinator will run on any computer able to execute PHP 5.4+. As per RAM, it needs 512 MB of RAM and it is able to run on little CPU computers like an Intel Atom. Of course, the bigger the hardware is, the faster it will process and you will be able to run more pairs.

  2. How do I install Trademinator?
    Please refer to the Installation Guides.

  3. What Linux distribution do you recommend to run Trademinator?
    Trademinator was developed under Mageia 6. So, Mageia Linux distribution is recommended. This does not mean it will not run under other Linuxes.

  4. What happens if I run Trademinator with an unregistered key?
    In the case you do that, Trademinator will determine you are using an unregistered key and server intelligence will be turned to a random value. This means, its calls to buy or sell will be as smarts as flipping a coin. If you want to evaluate Trademinator, it is better you request a trial period.


  1. Is Trademinator free?
    Short answer no. Trademinator works under the SaaS (Software as a Service) scheme. While the client and the framework are open-source and free, you still need to pay a fee to access to a server-side algorithm that gives Trademinator the 70% of its intelligence.

  2. How much does Trademinator cost?
    Visit our pricing page for that detail.

  3. What is the difference between Trademinator and the other trading bots in the Market?
    In short, the easiness and openness. We truly believe that trading shouldn't be expensive nor complex. While other bots have a lot of options to configure, the Trademinator only needs few parameters. Trademinator openness lets anyone audit the code and see what the bot sends to the servers. You will have all the confidence that Trademinator does not steal or sends any information that could damage you economically speaking.

    On the other hand, Trademinator design was done to be able to be run on low-end computers. Its server-side intelligence makes many common calculations saving you CPU and RAM.

  4. What exchanges does Trademinator currently support?
    At this moment, Trademinator only supports Poloniex. More Exchanges will be added soon.

  5. May I have a trial period? For how long?
    Yes, you may request a trial period. Because this is money, we will not give you more than one week trial period only once.

  6. Is there a refund policy?
    Please read our Terms & Conditions.


Trademinator is an opensource trading bot that works in a SaaS scheme.

Trademinator is powered by Linux, PHP, Memcached, YAML