Gekko Deployment Tool
Hey guys, I am working on a one-click solution to deploy Gekko in the cloud seamlessly.

Some features:
- One-click deploy
- Run backtests
- Use your own strategies
- Monitor your instances
- Live trading and paper trading optimized machines

Please let me know what you think!
There will be a trial once it goes live.
The wait is over. Launch your Gekko strategies in the cloud now!

  • Log in or sign up on the link

  • Click "Create" on the main dashboard

  • Choose a subscription plan that suits you (i recommend going with a paper trader plan for testing)

  • You will not be charged for 7-days as a trial period

  • Enter login and password to access your Gekko instance later

  • Wait for your instance to be created

  • When created, you will see some more info on the main panel page (IP address and etc)

  • Please allow up to another 5 minutes for provisioning of your Gekko instance

  • Click "View"

  • You will see a warning page[Image: 3b5a4d3f-58f2-458c-9678-98e995ecb234.png]

  • Click "Proceed to xx.xx.x..x (unsafe)

  • Enter login and password that you entered when creating the instance

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  • If you want to edit your Gekko files and/or upload custom strategies connect using FTP!

  • In your FTP client of choice enter your instance IP address and the same login and password that you entered during the creation of your instance

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  • And connect, don't forget that strategies go to strategies folder and their configs (.toml files) go to config/strategies folder.

Features planned for the next update are:

  • Installing custom NPM modules

  • Choosing a region to deploy your instance

  • Anything else that we figure out is needed after this Beta launch

Please keep in mind that this is a BETA launch, so there might be some errors, if you have ANY PROBLEMS please reach out to me directly on my email!

Email me at
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