When you invest with Mizar, you will be asked to provide some information which Mizar will allocate to your bot. In particular, you'll be asked to provide the following information:
Order Size (or Base Order Size for DCA Bots)
For API Bots
The order size determines the amount of trade executed on your exchange. For instance, if the bot is trading BTC/USDT and you set the Order Size to 10 USDT, the bot will purchase 10 USDT worth of BTC.
For DCA Bots
In a DCA bot, the Base Order Size represents the initial order that is executed. For example, when the bot trades BTC/USDT pairs and the Base Oder Size is set to 10 USDT, the bot will purchase 10 USDT worth of BTC. If the price moves unfavorably, the bot will execute additional orders, known as Safety Orders, according to the bot's configured settings. Learn more about DCA Bots here.
Max N. of Positions
This number indicates to your bot how many positions can be open at a single time. For example, if the bot is set to trade 3 pairs (BTC/USDT, ETH/USDT, and LINK/USDT) and you set your maximum number of positions to 2, then the bot will be allowed to open only 2 positions at the same time. This means, if you already purchased BTC/USDT and ETH/USDT, you will not be able to purchase LINK/USDT as well.