Receive webhook notifications from other systems and use them as signals in your strategies.


Superalgos allows you to receive webhook notifications from TradingView or any other system supporting webhooks. You may use this feature to turn notifications into signals upon which you may act from within your strategies.

The system’s Web Server receives notifications and serves them to a sensor bot running as a data mining task. The sensor creates a data product with several properties which are made available to be used from within strategies.

The rest of this page describes the set up process and how to use webhook notifications from within Superalgos.

Set-up the Webhooks Sensor Bot Tasks

The Masters data mine features the definition of the Webhooks sensor bot used to monitor incoming notifications. You need to run an instance of this bot in the data mining section of the exchange and market of your choice.

The default workspace does not feature these tasks. To create a task for the Webhooks sensor bot, you need to uninstall and re-install the corresponding market.

Click to learn how to uninstall an existing market

In brief: To uninstall an existing market, select Uninstall Market on the menu of the market you wish to uninstall.

1. Expand the exchange markets node of your preferred crypto exchange in the crypto ecosystem hierarchy.

Click to learn how to find a hierarchy

In brief: To find a hierarchy, access the design space map with a right-click of the mouse, and left-click on your desired destination.

The image illustrates points 1 and 2 below.

1. Access the design space map.

Right click anywhere on the design space to access the design space map.

2. Left-click on your desired destination.

That should take you to the exact point you clicked on the map.

For your information, the design space is organized over a square perimeter around the workspace node, and each hierarchy is located on one of the cardinal directions. Depending on the Workspace you are using, different hierarchies may be in different positions.

2. Select Uninstall Market on the menu of the market you wish to uninstall.

Click to learn how to install a new market

In brief: To install a new market, select Install Market on the menu of the market you wish to install. If the market is not set up, then you must set it up first.

Once the Webhooks sensor task is set up and running, you are all set at the application level. It’s that simple.

Run a Quick Local Test

Before setting up the actual signal at the corresponding provider, you may run a quick local test that will help you familiarize with how Superalgos handles webhooks.

In the crypto ecosystem node menu, select Add Signals Providers. A structure of nodes is added with a signals provider node that allows you to run a little test. Select Configure Signals Provider on the menu.

"webhookURL": "Webhook/New-Message/Trading-View/Binance/BTC-USDT",
"testMessage": "" 
  • webhookURL: This is the URL you need to use for testing purposes. Make sure you refer to the correct exchange and market.

  • testMessage: Enter any message, for testing purposes.

Once the test message is configured, select Send Test Message on the menu.

Webhooks Sensor Bot Output

The Webhooks sensor bot outputs a single file, Data.json, in the following location: \Data-Storage\Exchange\Market\Masters\Webhooks\Output\External-Signals\Single-File\.

You may open the file and see if the content corresponds to what is expected.

This is what the file may look like, assuming you sent four different test messages:

[[1587998459260,"Trading-View","Sell"],[1587998475409,"Trading-View","Buy"],[1587998530190,"Trading-View","A custom signal I just configured"],[1588000300940,"Trading-View","This is my new message"]]

As per the record definition of the Webhooks sensor bot in the Masters data mine, each record in the file features three fields:

  • timestamp: the Unix datetime of the message.

  • source: the name of the signal provider.

  • message: the message set up at the provider’s system.

Using Webhooks Signals from within Strategies

You may use each of the three available properties with the following syntax:

  • chart.atAnyTimeFrame.externalSignal.timestamp

  • chart.atAnyTimeFrame.externalSignal.source

  • chart.atAnyTimeFrame.externalSignal.message

For example, a simple condition evaluating to true when a the last message received is a buy signal from TradingView would look like this:

chart.atAnyTimeFrame.externalSignal.source === "Trading-View" && chart.atAnyTimeFrame.externalSignal.message === "Buy"

You may also use the previous property to check the previous message, as follows:

chart.atAnyTimeFrame.externalSignal.previous.message === "Buy"

It may be wise to verify the date of the message, or to check if the message corresponds to a certain time frame. To do that, you may use the isItInside function as follows:

isItInside(chart.atAnyTimeFrame.externalSignal, chart.at01hs.candle)

In the above example, the first parameter chart.atAnyTimeFrame.externalSignal is the signal object you wish to check, and the second parameter chart.at01hs.candle is any other object that is delimited in time. In this case, the condition validates true if the last message falls within the last 1-hour candle.

Set-up Alerts/Messages at the Provider

You will use the following syntax to craft the URL you need to configure for the webhooks at the provider:


For example:

Set-up Your Network to Accept Incoming Connections

Needless to say, you need to configure your network / router / firewall to allow incoming webhook messages on the corresponding port.