Open source

We develop an open source freely available Discord bot used for gaining insights into your music history.

Thanks to your financial contributions, we are operating on an estimated annual budget of $56

Today's Balance
Estimated Annual Budget
Website with dashboard and API
per year

Become a contributor

Financial contributions

Custom contribution


Make a custom one time or recurring contribution to support this collective.

2 individuals have contributed


.fmbot supporter

Thank you for your support! You will get access to a new command that allows you to show a custom... Read more

Starts at

$2 USD / month

1 individual has contributed


.fmbot server supporter

Thank you for your support! You will get access to a new command that allows you to show a custom... Read more

Starts at

$5 USD / month

Top financial contributors



$10 USD since Jul 2020



$5 USD since May 2020


See how money openly circulates through .fmbot. All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!

Financial contribution to .fmbot

from ahboj7/21/2020


Monthly financial contribution to .fmbot (.fmbot supporter)

from Thom7/18/2020


Today’s balance

$12.26 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $56.26 USD

.fmbot is all of us

Our contributors 3

Everyone who has supported .fmbot. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.


Total contributions

$5 USD

.fmbot supporter

Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$10 USD

Last.fm discord :drakeyes:


 .fmbot is an open-sourced bot used for accessing statistics from last.fm.

We created this OpenCollective so we can professionalize our bot hosting while still remaining fully open and transparent about any financial contributions. Currently, the bot is hosted at Frikandel's parents' house, which can be unreliable and is hard to upgrade.

The bot is slowly starting to grow more and more, so we also realized a home server wasn't good enough to deal with a bot of this scale. On average 40 new servers add .fmbot each day, which means we'd have twice the CPU and memory load we're having now in 4 to 5 months.

New features that might be coming in the future (for example a web dashboard or an API) also need better hosting and aren't recommended to be hosted from a home server.

So that's why we want to switch to hosting that's more reliable, faster, has backups and 99,99% uptime. This is however pretty expensive, which is why we have created this collective. All contributions will only go towards bot expenses.

Also, we want to emphasize that we will never lock features or certain command behind a paywall. The only exception to this being is that you get to add custom emoji behind your name (coming soon™).
.fmbot will always stay completely free and open source.