Stoic will manage all funds available in your Spot balance.
Thus, if you don't want to get some of your funds sold by Stoic to form a top 100 altcoins portfolio, it is recommended to withdraw these funds to another wallet or connect Stoic to a sub-account.
Also, we strongly recommend not to create any trading orders on the Binance account that you use for Stoic – these orders will get in conflict with the Stoic trading strategy.
it is recommended to withdraw these funds to another wallet or connect Stoic to a sub-account.
We can't allow you to trade yourself on the same account connected to Stoic due to some of the Binance integration difficulties that set limitations on how we can export data from Binance to correctly do all calculations necessary for Stoic to operate correctly.
What crypto you have in your Binance account before connecting Stoic doesn't matter; Stoic will form your portfolio by itself first day of trading.
The portfolio value should correlate with the one you choose during the setup, and if Stoic detects more, it will ask you for fees again.
We tested smaller amounts and it turned out to be uneconomical due to the minimum amount of crypto that you can trade on Binance (Stoic might not be able to purchase some of the tokens that take for example 1% of your total funds due to the minimum amounts Binance permits to buy or sell) and due to the transaction commissions. Because of these factors trading with less than $1000 might lead to worse performance in otherwise good situations.
- clients with more than $100 000 in Stoic management get VIP 24/7 support;
- clients with more than $500 000 can directly communicate with Cindicator's Head of products anytime they want;
- clients with more than $900 000 can directly communicate with Cindicator's founders anytime they want.