Did you know it’s possible to turn the contract responder off and there’s an very easy way to fix wrong tokens showing up?
Most of these things are documented briefly somewhere, but I wanted to do a quick overview of the most common fixes for common problems, but also just give some tips on how to use Rick.
You can do two things.
/z pepe 2or
3to get the next result (works with any query)
- Set a token filter for your group (any member can do this):
/rickfix pepe 0x...
/autoresponder off if you don’t want the bot to respond to contracts.
/noresultmode off to only have the bot respond if there is a active trading pair.
The benefits of using this:
- Play videos without leaving Telegram
- 99% chance of showing a embedded preview
- Supports “instant view”
On any ETH/SOL token, click the SOC shortcut to quickly check socials in DM.
Alternatively, you can use
/soc 0x... or
/soc pepe. Keep in mind, searching by token contract is preferred, in case searching by query gives the wrong token.
If you want to prevent a response on $cashtags, you can turn this feature off with
/cashtags off. This feature is useful for channels that have Rick in their discussion channel, and want to trigger the bot when they use $cashtags in updates.
@BurpBoard updates every hour, with a 7D overview twice a day, and 31D overview every week (the latter will be pinned). Every group participates, and are anon by default (
anon off will show your members names in the leaderboards).
- /burp will show all newly seen (or tokens that dipped from lowest FDV seen) in the last hour. It’s a quick way to check how new tokens are doing.
- /idk is similar, however this will show all tokens that are checked in the last 4H.
- /lasergun shows recent tokens seen, sorted by 1H change
You can switch the default pricemode for the autoresponder and $cashtag responder with
pricemode sim or
The default mode (adv), will show a detailed price embed when you paste a contract. This is similar to using
/x. You can try the difference quickly by running
/z pepe and
By design, /z is meant to be used for a price check, it will show a minimalistic embed with compact information and keeps your chat clean. You can default to this view by running
/pricemode sim (for simple).
For non-DEX tokens, you can use
/a doge to query information from CoinGecko.
/moni blur_io to get a quick scan of any Twitter/X account. This data is available in full on Moni Discover.
Set quick reminders for… anything. Ricklog - Rick Sanchez
Two ways to use:
- Single command:
/remind 5m example reminder- Rick will post & pin your reminder.
- Reply to message to remind of:
/remind 5m <optional note>- Rick will respond to the selected message + pin the reminder to ping group members.
Since @everyone is not a feature in Telegram, we can use pins to ping all members. Anyone in a group can use this commands. There are three ways to use this.
- Just send
- Reply with
/pingto a message
/ping <message here>
Just try them out and see the difference in execution yourself.
Rick needs pin permissions for the remind/ping features to be effective.
Learn about credits, they are used for AI commands.
You can use /dub to get a quick summary of the recent messages in your chat. No, you can’t get a summary for the messages you missed after sleep, it would hit AI context limits.
/tldr https://... to TLDR an article or website.
/vid https://... to TLDR a YouTube video.
In the title, next to the token name, Rick always shows the [FDV/24H change] for your convencience.
Some emoji’s are used as well:
- Token age < 15 minutes
- Token is at ATH (all time high)
- Not flagged as HP (eth/bsc only)
- Unknown (default emoji)
- Flagged as HP
Type /wubba for a simple response check. You can use this to check if the bot is down. A succesfull response should say: “Burp… Ping! That took about… 113ms, Morty.”