Hummingbot uses a command-line interface (CLI) that helps users configure and run the bot, as well as generate logs of the trades performed.
Start hummingbot quickly and efficiently with these references:
- Launch and Exit Hummingbot
- Create and Delete Password
- Connecting to an Exchange
- Checking Balances
- Start and Stop Strategy
- Check bot and Market Status
- Performance History
- Override Fees
- Log Files
Below are the available commands in the current Hummingbot release.
|List available exchanges and add API keys to them|
|Create a new bot|
|Import an existing bot by loading the configuration file|
|List available commands|
|Display your asset balances across all connected exchanges|
|Display the current bot's configuration|
|Start the current bot|
|Stop the current bot|
|Show all active open orders|
|Show profit and losses|
|Get the market status of the current bot|
|See the past performance of the current bot|
|Create SSL certifications for Gateway communication.|
|Exit and cancel all outstanding orders|
|Toggle paper trading mode|
|Export your bot's trades or private keys|
|Displays the top 5 bid/ask prices and volume|
|Show market ticker of current order book|
|Choose between |
These are the commonly used docker commands when using Hummingbot.
|Remove one or more containers|
|`||Remove one or more images|
|Remove all containers|
To view more docker commands, go to Docker Command Line Reference.
These are the basic commands used to navigate Linux commonly used with Hummingbot.
|Lists all files and folders in the current directory|
|Change directory / move to another folder location|
|Moves or renames a file or directory|
|To copy files or group of files or directory|
|Remove / delete files and folders|
|Details on all active processes|
|Monitor the system processes in real time|
For more information about basic Linux commands, check out The Linux command line for beginners.