A bot created for the 0x community on Discord

cheesits456/0xDiscordBot https://0x.org
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This is a bot for the 0x Community on Discord, created with ❤️ by cheesits456

Table of Contents


Staking Stats

Provides information about the current staking epoch, such as the total ZRX currently staked, or how much time is remaining until the epoch expires. Stats are provided in the form of viewable but unjoinable voice channels, collapsable under their own category at the top of the server's channel list.

Volume Stats

Provides information about the total dollar value (USD) of all trades on the ZRX network for the past 24 hours, as well as all time. Similar to the staking stats, the network volume statistics also use a voice channel in its own collapsable category.

Transaction Feed

Utilizes the

Getting Started


This bot has only been tested on Linux. It may turn out to work perfectly fine on Windows, but be aware that it also may turn out not to work perfectly fine on Windows

You'll need the following installed on your system in order to proceed with setup:

  • Git
  • Node.js v14 or higher


Run the following commands in the terminal to get started:

  1. git clone https://github.com/cheesits456/0xDiscordBot.git
  2. cd ./0xDiscordBot
  3. npm install
  4. cp ./.env.example ./.env

Next, open the .env file with your text editor of choice. If you don't want Telegram or Twitter integration, simply leave those keys blank, ie:

# Telegram bot auth token


Config Files


Location: ./.env

A file of key-value pairs using Bash syntax (used to store API auth tokens securely).

Key Description
DISCORD_TOKEN The token for your Discord Bot (obtainable at )
TELEGRAM_TOKEN The token for your Telegram Bot (obtainable by messaging @BotFather on Telegram)
TWITTER_CONSUMER_KEY The API Key for your Twitter Bot (obtainable at )
TWITTER_CONSUMER_SECRET The API Key Secret for your Twitter Bot (obtainable at )
TWITTER_ACCESS_TOKEN The Access Token for your Twitter Bot (obtainable at )
TWITTER_ACCESS_TOKEN_SECRET The Access Token Secret for your Twitter Bot (obtainable at )
Sample .env
# Discord bot auth token

# Telegram bot auth token

# Twitter API tokens


Location: ./config.json

Parameter Type Description
feedIcons Boolean Whether or not to use token icon emojis in transaction feed channel (see also: Icons.js)
owners Array<UserID> Users who are allowed to use the restart and setup commands
prefix String The default prefix for the bot
statuses Array<UserStatus> Bot statuses to show in member list
• minimum of 1
• no maximum
• cycles every 15 seconds
Sample config.json
	"feedIcons": true,
	"owners": [
	"prefix": "!",
	"statuses": [{
		"name": "{trades} trades (24h)",
		"type": "WATCHING"
	}, {
		"name": "{traders} traders (24h)",
		"type": "WATCHING"


Location: ./base/Icons.js

This file's default values will work fine for the official 0x Discord Bot. The documentation for this file is here for other people looking to host their own instance of the bot

This file defines which emojis the bot should use for different tokens in the transaction feed channel. If the feedIcons option in

Parameter Type Description
default EmojiID The icon used for tokens that don't have an icon defined in this file
twitter EmojiID The icon to display beside the Twitter link
TokenType (see example below) EmojiID The icon to use for the specified token
Sample Icons.js
module.exports = {
	default: "753024461254426674",
	twitter: "752981062128369805"
	ALEPH: "752511902357258240",
	AMPL: "753009860026695680",
	ANT: "752667695736029244",
	BAT: "752379457204912248",
	BUSD: "752392861428875295",
	BZRX: "752466096560537672",
	CARD: "752439167342084157",
	CEL: "752959417795870721",
	CELR: "753011925453111316",
	COMP: "752400408453840966",
	CRV: "752993259495620728",
	DAI: "752385816269029447",
	ENJ: "752385308837806080",
	FOAM: "752532538437926922",
	HT: "752996998457852026",
	HUSD: "753010351993258395",
	KNC: "752406951631257601",
	LEND: "752994151825539103",
	LINK: "752376842463477765",
	LPT: "752517942834626620",
	MANA: "752997376406585435",
	MKR: "753005638593806417",
	OMG: "752487743870992454",
	PAX: "752405441597931572",
	RARI: "753011492944740403",
	REN: "753008350672977950",
	REP: "753006702814691438",
	REPv2: "752516431056207922",
	RWS: "752653343666602025",
	SNX: "752998308280270890",
	STAKE: "753018780606660629",
	TUSD: "752385812079050794",
	UMA: "753009307611693146",
	USDC: "752376590595260527",
	USDT: "752376088960827462",
	WBTC: "753008869256724651",
	WETH: "752990647035625555",
	YFI: "752411230760730694",
	ZAP: "753007418165821561",
	ZRX: "752998693048811571",
	imBTC: "752392862053957673",
	renBTC: "752457288299708439",
	sUSD: "752398395313881098"


Location: ./base/AmountEmojis.json

This file defines the conditions for special emojis to appear beside the USD value in the transaction feed channel. It also defines the minimum USD value for a transaction to appear in the #trades channel, as well as the minimum value required for a transaction to get a Twitter post.

  • The key with the lowest numeric value determines the minumum USD value required for a transaction to be posted in Discord
  • The lowest numbered key that has a non-empty value determines the minumum USD value required for a transaction to be posted on Twitter
  • Values don't have to be emojis, you can set different messages for different value ranges if desired
Sample AmountEmojis.json
	"5000": "",
	"200000": "💵💵💵",
	"300000": "💵💵💵💵💵💵",
	"400000": "💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵💵",
	"500000": "💰💰💰",
	"600000": "💰💰💰💰💰💰",
	"700000": "💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰",
	"800000": "🚀🚀🚀",
	"900000": "🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀",
	"1000000": "🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀",
	"2000000": "🔥🔥🔥",
	"3000000": "🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥",
	"4000000": "🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥",
	"5000000": "🐳🐳🐳",
	"6000000": "🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳",
	"7000000": "🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳",
	"8000000": "🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳",
	"9000000": "🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳",
	"10000000": "🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳🐳"

Config Options


Type: Object

Parameter Type Description
name String The name of the activity, with support for a couple variable values (see below)
type ActivityType The type of activity

Variable Values

String Replaced With
{trades} The number of trades made withing the last 24 hours
{traders} The number of active traders within the last 24 hours
Example UserStatuses
	"name": "{trades} trades (24h)",
	"type": "WATCHING"
	"name": "{traders} traders (24h)",
	"type": "LISTENING"


Type: String

Any one of the following values:



Running the Bot

With the config set up, you can now start the bot with the following command:


To kill the bot's main process, Press CTRL + C in its terminal window.

Once the bot is connected to discord, an invite link will be logged to the console. The invite link can be used to invite the bot to a new server, and has all the necessary permission flags set



Execute a shell command on the host machine

This command can only be executed by users set as "owner" in config.json


Execute a JavaScript function

This command can only be executed by users set as "owner" in config.json


A basic command to check the bot's websocket and processing latency


Used to change the command prefix for the server the command is issued in

This command can only be executed by server administrators


Use this command to shut down and restart the bot

This command can only be executed by users set as "owner" in config.json


Use this command to create the stat channels and network transaction feed

This command can only be executed by users set as "owner" in config.json


Fetch the most recent version of the bot code from GitHub and automatically merge it with the currently running code

This command can only be executed by users set as "owner" in config.json



This project is licensed under AGPL-3.0