🌠AutoBuy Bot Guidelines

This page describes about OracleAI's Telegram bot guidelines

Trading in WETH

Input Examples:

Input FieldsValue 01Value 02Comment

Telegram ID

The telegram Id of the telegram account you want to use the bot form.

Auto Buy

ON

Keep it on if you want to use the Auto Buy Bot

Take Profit (Sale of all holdings)

ON

100% (2x)

Keep it ON if you want the bot to initiate a take profit order as soon as it buys the token. If the token price is $1 per unit when you bought and you want to trigger sell transaction when it became $2, the 2nd value should be 100%.

Stop Loss

ON

20%

Keep it on if you want the bot to initiate a stop loss order as soon as it buys the token. If the token price is $1 per unit when you bought and you want to trigger sell transaction when it became $0.8, the 2nd value should be 20%.

Trade Amount (ETH)

0.001

The about of ETH you want to spend to buy a token

Gas Tip

50

Gwei you want to provide on top of the current gas price. If the current gas price is 15 Gwei and you provide 50 Gwei as Gas tip. The bot will spend 65 G w e i t o f a c i l i t a t e t h e

Slippage

45%

Slippage percentage. The ideal w i l l b e t o u s e s o m e t h i n g between 30% to 50%.

Bot Workflow:

The bot starts with command /start.

  • If the user is not verified,

    • They will receive a message mentioning their telegram ID and requesting to get verified from the platform.

  • If the user is verified,

    • They will find three options as a glass button.

      1. Running Jobs:

        • If no running jobs, They will receive a message mentioning, there is no running jobs at this moment.

        • If running jobs, By clicking this button, the user will get a list of running jobs as glass buttons. Each button will be labeled “Token address—Amount of the token bought.” Upon clicking any glass button, they will find 4 new glass buttons.

          1. Delate Job: By clicking this button, they can delete the selected running job.

          2. Check Status: By clicking this button, they can check the status of the running job and the transaction hash and etherscan link of the completed part.

          3. Sell Token: By clicking this button, they can immediately broadcast a sell transaction with the amount they have bought.

          4. Main Menu: By clicking this button, they can return to the main menu to find the initial three options.

      2. Successful Jobs

        • If no successful jobs, They will receive a message mentioning, there is no successful jobs at this moment.

        • If successful jobs, By clicking this button, the user will see a list of running jobs as glass buttons. Each button will be labeled “Token address—Amount of the token bought.” Upon clicking any glass button, the user will find three new glass buttons.

          1. Check Status: By clicking this button, they can check the status of the running job and the transaction hash’s and etherscan links of the jobs.

          2. Sell Token: By clicking this button, they can immediately broadcast a sell transaction with the amount they have bought. (This button will disappear if the user or the bot successfully triggers a sell transaction for this job)

          3. Main Menu: By clicking this button, they can return to the main menu to find the initial three options.

      3. Add/Update key

        • Using this button, they can update the wallet's private key, which the bot will use for trading, and add it in the first place.

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