Here you will find a full guide on how to use our chart commands and how to get the best out of them for your server.
Hodl.Bot charts are able to get every chart that is available on TradingView including crypto, stocks, commodities, forex, and more. There are currently three ways to run Hodl.Bot to get charts. /c btcusd - Standard chart with no indicators and timeframe defaults to the Daily (1D) chart. /c ethusd 15m - Adding in the desired timeframe for the pair you requested. /c atomusd 4h rsi - Getting a 4 hour chart with added indicator. Useful charting commands. /c total - Responds with the current total crypto marketcap. /c total2 - Responds with the current total marketcap excluding BTC. /c total3 - Responds with the current total market cap excluding BTC & ETH. /c btc.d - Responds with a chart of BTC's current dominance over the market. /c eth.d - Responds with a chart of ETH's current dominance over the market.
Please remember for charts of tokens currently only trading on a DEX, most times the quote asset you will require will be the wrapped version. WETH for ETH, WBNB for BNB, WAVAX for AVAX, and so on.

Optional Chart Inputs

Here are the available optional inputs for our charts, these may change in the future so please refer back here if you have any issues. TIMEFRAMES - 5m, 15m, 30m, 1h, 2h, 3h, 4h, 1D, 1W, 1M INDICATORS - RSI, MACD, STOCH, BB, ICHI, EMA, EMA3, LR If you would like to learn more about the indicators we use and how to read them you can visit Investopedia by clicking here.

Step by Step Visual Guide

Basic Chart with default Timeframe and no Indicators.

First type /c and you will see the command pop up, click on it and you will now see this.
Type the Coin or Token you want, if there is no USDT trading pair you will need to add a pair. Example: /c btceur
The above example will respond with this chart.

Changing the Timeframe of the Charts.

Once you have entered the pair you want to chart, you will see the two other options, timeframe and indicators. Select timeframe.
You will then see the Timeframe options available to you. For this example we're going to use the 15min chart.
When it looks like this press enter to ask the bot to get your chart.
The above example will post this chart.

Adding Indicators to the default Timeframe.

Same as the timeframe, once you have typed the pair you can choose from the options. This time we will choose an indicator.
Once you click on Indicator, you will be shown the options you can use to add to your chart.
For this example, we will use the RSI.
The response the bot gives from the input used in this example.

Using both a custom Timeframe and an Indicator.

Using the two examples above we can this time choose both of the options the bot gives us after entering the pair in.
We will use the 1 hour timeframe and MACD indicator in this example.
The bot will respond with a chart like this, using the example above.