4 months ago
no support in discord bot doesntwork at all with any commands very terrible
Offer quality cryptocurrency trading signals to your Discord users!
Based on our algorithmic trading API, we support you with free and full access to our quality trading signals - Exclusively for Discord!
Our signals include all trading pairs that you can find at Binance (We will add more exchanges over time).
Just add our bot as admin to your Discord server, head to your channel(s) where you want to receive the signals and subscribe like explained below.
Once you successfully subscribed to the desired signals, you and your server users will be receiving the first signals as they happen.
The signals and trading bot are in constant development. Please make sure to join our Discord for a demo, feedback, suggestions or support:
If the market sentiment for a particular trading pair is right, the bot will start to send out buy trading signals. Each buy signal contains a trade id at the footer of the signal.
Once the target is reached or the pair is weakening, a sell order will be sent, with the corresponding buy trade id at the footer.
To keep track if there has been a sell signal for the original buy signal, simply perform a search in your discord by the trade id.
The signals' frequency heavily depends on the market situation:
If the market is going down, you won't get a lot or even no signals for a while at all.
Only if the sentiment is good enough, buy signals will start to show up.
On the other hand, if the sentiment is extremely well (like bull runs), you will see a significant increase in signals and it can get quite busy at times.
NOTE: Only server admins can set up this Bot! Users will NOT be able to use any of the commands below.
The easiest setup, subscribing to all trading pairs:
!css sub trade,all/coinstudio
Note: This setup can keep your channel quite busy, depending on the market situation and the signals could get hard to track. If you want to have it more specific, you can filter the signals as described below.
You can organize the different markets and pairs across multiple channels. Let's say you want to only receive Bitcoin paired signals (asset name as of exchange):
!css sub trade,all,btc,binance/coinstudio
...or usdt, eth, bnb, pax, tusd (and whatever Binance might add in the future):
!css sub trade,all,usdt,binance/coinstudio
!css sub trade,all,eth,binance/coinstudio
!css sub trade,all,bnb,binance/coinstudio
!css sub trade,all,pax,binance/coinstudio
!css sub trade,all,tusd,binance/coinstudio
You can also filter even further on pair level. For example, receiving only Ethereum signals (base and quote asset names as of exchange):
!css sub trade,eth,usdt,1_3,binance/coinstudio
Please note the 1_3 above, as it represents the low target (1) and high target (3). So in the above case, you would receive all signals for eth/usdt at binance for the buy target 1 (highest low) and sell target 3 (highest high).
Possible targets: 1_1, 1_2, 1_3, 2_1, 2_2, 2_3, 3_1, 3_2, 3_3
If you want to subscribe to all targets for a specific pair, just use "anylevel" instead of the actual level:
!css sub trade,eth,usdt,anylevel,binance/coinstudio
To unsubscribe signals, simply go to the channel where you originally added subscriptions and remove them like this:
!css unsub trade,all,btc,binance/coinstudio
...yes! The difference here is just "unsub" instead of "sub". Important is that you unsubscribe with the same command like you subscribed with.
You can get a list of all subscriptions and the commands you used, across all channels like this:
If you have further questions, ideas or critics, just head to our Discord and let us know!
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