How to have the fastest bot? πŸš€

Read this page to obtain the best results from our bot

What is a node?

To make fast BUY and SELL orders, the bot needs to check the blockchain very quickly.

To do so, it needs to get the latests transactions --> this is done by interacting with a "node"

There can be 3 kinds of nodes :

Kind of node

Explanation

Pros and cons

Speed

Public node (= RPC)

Public address : everybody can connect to this node

β€‹βž•Free

β€‹βž–Slow

1/5

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Rented private node

Some companies host their own nodes and provide you a link to access it, such as : https://www.quicknode.com/​

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Their nodes are faster than Public nodes, because it's shared with less people, and you can choose their location.

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But you need to pay (not that much) for it.

β€‹βž•Faster than public node

βž•You can choose the location

β€‹β€‹βž– Still not the best speed

3/5 πŸš–

Run your own node

If you have enough skills, the best is to host and run your own Private Node πŸ’ͺ

By doing that, you have your own node, accessible only by you, and you can run LimitSwap and Sniper on the same server, giving you the best speed. But you need a very powerful server to do it (expect to pay more than 100$ / month)

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Here is a tutorial for BSC

βž•fastest speed

β€‹β€‹βž– difficult

βž– expensive

5/5

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Is my internet connection important?

Computer spec is not very important for our bot, most important is good internet connection with good ping :

The computer/server running the BOT must be as close as possible from the NODE

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What are our default nodes, and where are they located?

Read below for details about the default nodes provided by our team if you use CUSTOMNODE = false.

Token

Default node

Location

ETH

Private node rented by the team

Singapore

BSC

RPC (= Public Node)

​https://bsc-dataseed4.defibit.io​

Seems to be on Amazon WebServices (AWS)

according to https://www.iplocation.net/ip-lookup​

Seattle, USA

MATIC

RPC (= Public Node)

​https://rpc-mainnet.matic.network/​

Seems to be on Amazon WebServices (AWS)

according to https://www.iplocation.net/ip-lookup​

Virginia, USA

FTM

RPC aggregator to find best speed auto (read this)​

Depends on

your location

KCC

RPC https://rpc-mainnet.kcc.network/​

Seems to be on Cloudflare, Inc.

San Francisco,

California, US

Do I need a dedicated node?

If you use Sniper Bot, yes, it's strongly advised to use a private node (at least rent your own node on Quicknode)

Our default nodes are shared with other customers, so it won't give you results good enough.

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​⁉ With LimitSwap bot, it depends:

  • if you use ETH, our default node is a private node --> you will have pretty good performance with default nodes (3/5 , as written below).

  • If you use BSC / MATIC / KCC / FTM then you will have average performance since we use RPC : you need to rent a private node if you are a looking for the top performance. We currently recommend you take a look at Quicknode they have a few different options for nodes for ETH, BSC, MATIC, etc.

Should I use a VPS?

β€‹βš  YES ! the team recommends you to use a VPS Using a VPS is in our opinion the best way to use LimitSwap, because it is : - Super secure (you start from a clean Windows install) - Super fast (you can choose their location and they have really good internet connection) - Up 24/24 The team uses Vultr and Virmach, and recommends a config with at least 2CPU / 4Gb RAM.

Please use those referral links if you open an account, you will be niceπŸ˜‡

Thanks guys πŸ™