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Bot Commands of @hafizebot

Bot Commands


Activate - Activates the API, the bot opens a position when signals are received.


Deactivate - Deactivates the API, the bot does not open a position when signals are received.


/setPositionSide - allows you to specify the side to open the position, for example by "/setPositionSide LONGONLY" you will set the bot to only enter long signals, with "/setPositionSide SHORTONLY" you can set only short signals to enter, both long/short signals with "/setPositionSide BOTH".


/myPositionSide - shows the currently set position side.


/setPositionLimit - command used to set the maximum number of positions to open. For example, by typing "/setPositionLimit 2" you set the bot to enter signals up to a maximum of 2 open positions. Note: it will input repeat signals coming in the same symbols, only different incoming symbols will not open. Your open positions other than bots will also be counted.


/myPositionLimit - displays the currently set position limit.


/setStoploss – Allows you to set a stoploss. You can enter values ​​between 0 and 100. 0 stoploss does not open the stop order. Positive integers entered are percentage values without leverage. You must enter 5 for the 5% value. Example: If you set 5 with 10X leverage, it means %50 stoploss.


/myStoploss – Shows the stoploss you set. If it is 0, stoploss will not open the stop order.



/setRisk - determines at what risk the bot will enter the signals. For example, using "/setRisk 2" will enter signals with signal strength of 2 or higher.


/myRisk - shows your currently set risk.


/setPositionSize - determines what size the bot will open positions. For example, when using "/setPositionSize 10", the bot will open a 10USDT transaction on signals.


/myPositionSize - displays your currently set position size.


/setLeverage – Allows you to set leverage.


/myLeverage - Shows the current leverage


/banCoin – Allows you to ban coins.


/unbanCoin – Allows you to unban a banned coin.


/banlist – returns all banned coins.


/allowRepeatingSignals – It is the command that sets whether you should re-enter repeating signals from the same coin (Even if this setting is on, it will not add positions unless there is a 3% difference in repeating signals)


/summary - It summarizes all your settings in one message.


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