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Summary of rssnyder/discord-stock-ticker

The rssnyder/discord-stock-ticker repository on GitHub is a project intended to provide live stock ticks in any Discord Channel.

The application, primarily written in Python, utilizes Yahoo Finance API for real-time stock market data.

Here's an example of its features, in markdown:

  • !stock [ticker]: This command is used to get the current price of a stock, forex, etc., simply by passing the ticker symbol.
  • !crypto [ticker]: This command is used to fetch the current price of a cryptocurrency.
  • !add [ticker] [channel ID]: This command adds a ticker to a channel in the Discord. It updates every 10 minutes with the latest price.
  • !remove [ticker] [channel ID]: Functionality to remove a previously added ticker from a channel.

Note: Developer must have 'Manage Webhooks' permission in the relevant Discord server to set up the ticker.

While it's a neat tool, anyone wishing to utilize this must be mindful of the limitations and potential inaccuracies of free financial market data, as well as the risk of tool misuse. Investing requires careful consideration and tools like these should be used responsibly.

Additionally, while this tool is open-source, it's worth mentioning the necessity to treat API credentials and Discord tokens with care and never publicly share them.

Remember to always check the most current version of the project and the accompanying README for the latest info and instructions as details may change over time.

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