Unknown Market Symbol

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7 comments

  • Xiangtong499

    Hi,

    I have the same problem, have you solved it?

  • Wayne

    Good Evening Xiangtong,

    My pc just needed a restart after installing the extension.

    I even removed the s=adausdt.

    My commands in the alert syntax is simple, it merely reads something like:

    e=binance a=api b=sell q=97% t=market
    Or
    e=binance a=api b=buy q=97% t=market

    Obviously if you do not specify the trading pair such as s=adausdt or s=trxbtc etc then you need to be on that exact tradingview page with the right exchange as well.

    So you would have to make sure you have typed in adausdt and selected the exchange you intent to use from the top left of the chart.

    I had another issue if you use 99% or 100%, then you get another error regarding having enough funds.

    Let me know if you have success?

    Kind Regards,
    Wayne

  • Wayne

    If you come across a really profitable strategy, please could you kindly revert to me with your findings...

    I am in the process of testing a few at the moment...

  • Arash Rad

    Hi,

    Could you please check my log as well?

    background.js:148 Command # 0 Error: Unknown market symbol: NEOUSDT
    at Object.symbolInfo (Binance.js:215)
    at symbolInfo.next (<anonymous>)
    at Object.trade [as exchangeTrade] (Binance.js:273)
    at trade.next (<anonymous>)
    at Object.executeCommand (Exchange.js:40)
    at executeCommand.next (<anonymous>)
    at Object.event (background.js:139)
    at event.next (<anonymous>)
    at executeMessage (background.js:192)
    at executeMessage.next (<anonymous>) {description: "a=arash e=binance s=neousdt b=buy q=100% t=market", commands: Array(1), eid: 523831478, id: 27843538} {getCommandParameters: {…}, isAsk: false, isBid: true, isMarginTrading: false, parseCommand: ƒ, …}

     

    Something is wrong with it?

    a=arash e=binance s=neousdt b=buy q=100% t=market

  • Wayne

    Good Evening Arash,

    Have you tried restarting after adding the autoview extension to chrome?

    Have you tried omitting the s=neousdt and simple leave that out entirely?

    If you viewing the neousdt chart on tradingview with binance or the exchange of your choosing autoview is smart enough to know which pairs to trade automatically.

    Hope you come right.

  • Arash Rad

    Hi,

    Yes, I restart the server.

    Yes, I removed it entirely and here is the outcome:

    background.js:148 Command # 0 Error: Unknown market symbol: NEOUSDT
    at Object.symbolInfo (Binance.js:215)
    at symbolInfo.next (<anonymous>)
    at Object.trade [as exchangeTrade] (Binance.js:273)
    at trade.next (<anonymous>)
    at Object.executeCommand (Exchange.js:40)
    at executeCommand.next (<anonymous>)
    at Object.event (background.js:139)
    at event.next (<anonymous>)
    at executeMessage (background.js:192)
    at executeMessage.next (<anonymous>) {description: "a=neo1min e=binance b=buy q=100% t=market", commands: Array(1), eid: 523879083, id: 27855438} {getCommandParameters: {…}, isAsk: false, isBid: true, isMarginTrading: false, parseCommand: ƒ, …}

  • Marcel Zubrowski

    I got the same problem. But I used Autoview a lot a while ago and was using different scripts and plugins for the syntax. It worked in the past and now it doesnt, so I would guess AV or Binance did change something for declaring symbols on Binance

     

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