Your BotGhost bot comes pre-built with a fully fledged discord economy. Members will be automatically assigned currency whenever they send a message. You are able to set the name of your economy, the currency it uses, how many points/currency the member gets per message and the cooldown between awarding points.

Enabling Economy

You must enable the economy module for it to be active. Click the Enable button in the top right hand side of the module page to activate your economy.

Setting up your economy

You are able to change and customize different aspects of your economy. All these settings are located at the top of the Economy Module page in your dashboard.

Currency Name

This is the name of the currency that your economy uses.

Currency Icon or Prefix

The icon or prefix of your economy. This can be a symbol such as $ or a discord emote such as :dollar:.

Points per message

How much currency or points to give to a member for each message.

Currency cool down time (minutes)

The amount of time between allocating points for each message a member posts.

Remember to save any changes you make!

Economy Roles

You are able to setup roles which will be automatically assigned to users when they surpass a certain level of currency.

To add an economy role click the Add button next to Economy Roles.

Add a new economy role

This will bring up a new window to add a new role. Specific the roles name and how many points are required for this role. When a accumulates this much currency, they will be automatically promoted to the role you specified.

General Economy Commands




Gives money to a user from your balance


An admin only command that adds currency to another users balance.


An admin only command that removes currency from another users balance


Claims your daily bonus


Displays the server economy leaderboard.

Economy Game Commands

Your economy comes with a range of commands




Gamble your currency in a slotmachine

You can edit the triggers and permissions of any of these commands. To learn how visit the Editing Commands section.