The BB application has a number of screens, which are explained in more detail below.


This is the main screen, where you’ll see a table with key data about your portfolio and each of its coins. It shows the current distribution and the target distribution. If the relative delta between the two exceeds the configured threshold, the last column will show a red ‘sell’ or a green ‘buy’ indicator. If you’re using BB in manual mode, you can select a row in the table and then confirm that BB should execute an order. BB will automatically buy or sell the appropriate amount to get the coin back in balance.

This screen also shows some key performance indicators:

  1. The value of your portfolio expressed in the set base coin and the change compared to the starting balance
  2. The value of your portfolio in EUR or USD (depending on the toggle in the lower left corner) and the change compared to the starting balance
  3. The net change expressed in the set base coin and as a percentage. These values are a measure of the balancing effect. It compares the value of your portfolio with what it would have been if you wouldn’t have done any balancing, but just kept your coins in place after the initial purchase
  4. The net change, as above, but now in EUR or USD and as a percentage

Hopefully, you’ll be seeing positive numbers here 😉

Note: to keep your performance indicators accurate, make sure you register liquidity changes when you add/remove coins, so BB can normalize the performance. For more information about normalization and logging liquidity changes, see here.


On this screen, you’ll find four graphs showing how the key performance indicators, as explained above, evolved over time.

Coin Analysis

This screen shows a graph with the relative price change of the coins in your portfolio since the start date. This gives a quick insight into which coins are your winners, and which are your underperformers.

Event History

All orders are logged by BB, and in the table on this screen, you can go back in time and go through the order history. Possible errors and other system alerts are included here as well. Using the two buttons above the table, you can control which events are shown: orders and/or alerts. The ‘filter events’ can be used to show events that contain specific text. For instance, by typing BNB, all BNB trades will be shown.