Community Rules is a global platform for crypto fintech automation and publishing your topics. is truly committed to being open and transparent, and we draw lines on certain types of conduct that jeopardizes our users, threatens our infrastructure, and damages our community.

What is for: celebrates open communication and creative topics. We want you to express yourself freely and use to share insights, learn from others, make friends and share the love for finance.


Main Rules

  • Use only one account – registering with multiple accounts is not allowed.
  • No posting links or reference to content / sites that contain viruses or malware.
  • No contentious political discourse, defamatory, threatening or discriminatory remarks, hate speech or personal attacks.
  • English only for main public chat rooms and all public comments – so that everyone can understand.
  • Do not post offline personal contact information.
  • No links / posts with illegal content, erotica, pornography, or nudity.
  • Do not post content that is not your original work or infringes the copyright of any third party.
  • No advertising, direct marketing, or solicitation! To advertise to our community, use our advertising options.
  • Don’t spread rumors, unsubstantiated information or unsourced news. Any news event posted should include a source that corroborates it.

How bans work

You could get a warning or a ban (ranging from 5 minutes to 1 month) if you break the rules listed above.

The moderator picks the appropriate response based on the violation and previous ban history. Warnings or short bans are typically issued for first-time or small violations. Each consecutive violation will likely result in a longer ban period, until it reaches 1 week and then 1 month. These two measures are required to be taken before a user is banned permanently. There are 4 exceptions where an account will get permanently banned right away:

  • Duplicate accounts
  • Accounts used for spamming
  • Accounts that spread malware
  • Accounts with an upgraded plan that initiate a charge-back without a valid reason

Please note that users with a paid subscription can be warned and banned from publishing content and interacting with others just like any other user. There will be no special treatment for paid users when it comes to their social activities on the website.

Personal Information reserves the right to reset an inappropriate avatar. The offending member will lose the ability to set his or her own avatar.

An inappropriate avatar:

  • Is discriminatory in nature;
  • Is overtly political in nature;
  • Impersonates or ridicules someone else;
  • Contains erotica or nudity;
  • Is offensive to good taste.

The public username is chosen when signing up and cannot be changed afterwards, however your display name can be changed. Please keep in mind that we don’t allow a user to have more than 1 account on, so if you want to change your public username, but you can’t do that, please don’t create a separate account, as it will be banned. reserves the right to reset your account name if it:

  • Contains a website, email addresses or contact information;
  • Impersonates someone else;
  • Suggests you are a moderator or employee (when you are not);
  • Is offensive.

Public Comments

  • Once newly registered users verify their email, they will be able to comment on topics published by others. If we require a phone number for verification, this exists in order to counter spamming and to maintain a friendly community where conversations are mature and meaningful.
  • Respect other members even if you disagree, don´t be unnecessarily confrontational.
  • Stay away from non-trading chatter.
  • Don’t monopolize or dominate the conversation.
  • No profanity or offensive language.
  • No layering of post, text walls, emoji walls, chart walls or ALL CAPS.
  • Don’t openly argue with moderators or criticize moderation in general – send them a private message if you disagree with something.
  • Don’t brag and boast about results, let your scripts do the talking.
  • No idea dumping.
  • No links / references to websites, blogs, social media, messenger apps, crypto wallets, paid or free services, company names, giveaways, prize contests or announcements.

Published Scripts

Publishing a topic places it on your personal profile. All topics you publish are accessible on your profile page and with a direct link. Your followers get notified that you published a new idea. All published topics are indexed by filters on the site. Best topics rise to the top of the front page.

To be the best, a script has to be meaningful – detailed, descriptive and interesting.

Public scripts can be edited or removed only within 60 minutes after publishing. After that, it’s impossible to edit or delete them.

Moderators will hide a published script if it violates any of the following rules. A publication should:

  • Be on topic and related to trading / the crypto markets.
  • Contain content that is your original work.
  • No advertisements, logos, links / references to any website, social media or messenger app, crypto wallets, company names, giveaways, prize contests or any kind of announcements are allowed on the chart, idea title, idea description, comment or idea status updates. Ultimate plan holders are allowed to make some references in the Signature section, which can be edited in the Profile Settings and appears under every published idea.
  • Not be used to voice complaints, grievances or disagreements with policies, to insult or ridicule other members, or to create conflict within the community. This includes directly or indirectly mocking, misrepresenting or abusing other published scripts or analysis.
  • Script status updates should be directly related to the published script. Non-relevant updates including but not limited to links to webinars, YouTube videos, Facebook pages or pages that require registration or offer free signals are not allowed.
  • Not simply repeating basic script information that is already available through such as news events, an economic calendar or news headlines. This is only allowed if its part of an actual trade idea with a clear bias.

Any content that violates these rules may result in the author getting a warning, published idea being hidden and/or limiting the author’s ability to post more ideas.

Publishing Scripts

Publishing a script places it on your personal profile. All scripts you publish are accessible on your profile page. Don’t publish scripts that are only intended for your own usage – you should save them without publishing them. It is not possible to publish scripts privately.

Moderators will hide a published script in the event that it violates any of the following rules. A script should:

  • Have an English title and description.
  • Have a detailed and meaningful description that allows users to understand what it does and how to use it.
  • Not contain any advertisements, links / references to any website, social media or messenger app, crypto wallets, company names or any kind of announcements. Sole exception is when the author intends to sell an invite-only script, in which case he / she is allowed to promote it and provide exact details on how to obtain access to it, including off-site charging arrangements.
  • Contain content that is your original work. If you want to reuse a substantial part of another author’s visible code in your own script, permission is needed from the original author.

A script that violates any of these rules may result in the author getting a warning, the published script being hidden, and/or the author’s ability to post more scripts being limited. These rules apply to all scripts. does not delete published scripts. Why?

All topics published on stay public permanently, neither users nor staff can delete a script once it’s been published. If you don’t agree, DO NOT POST ON HAASSCRIPTS.COM!

Why – it’s part of’s philosophy and mission. We are working toward bringing more transparency and accountability to discussions of the financial markets on the web.

In more detail, working with the crypto markets is part art, part science and part luck. That means that everyone will sometimes get something wrong. The natural instinct is to only show your best – but that’s not really fair, is it? Getting better at anything requires to be perfectly honest about successes and failures, with yourself first and foremost. Think of it as a journal – when you publish some analysis, you can come back weeks, months or years later, and learn from it.

Then there’s the public record part. Everyone is on the same level playing field, you know you can trust what you see on other people’s profiles. It’s not just the good stuff, it’s everything. Then you can make your own call whether you like what you see.


Moderators are volunteers from the community who donate their time to make sure that stays useful and focused. They do not get compensated for their time. We all give them a HUGE thanks for their enthusiasm and dedication! is known for a community that acts professionally and with mutual respect, so moderators do not typically need to enforce the guidelines.

Their job is to maintain high quality of published content and keep chats organized.

It’s their responsibility to swiftly deal with any content or users that violate guidelines described above. Moderators have an open channel of communication with management, and are official representatives on the site. management has regular meetings with the moderator staff, reviews decisions as needed and makes appropriate changes. If you have a disagreement with a moderator – send him/her a private message and talk about it. 99% of disputes are effectively and efficiently solved this way.