Deal with Bots

Bots are annoying and can harm your project and mint experience

In the world of cybersecurity, the last thing you want is to have a target on your back. But every single large-scale concert ticket sale, sneaker drop, NFT drop or anything else that rewards buyers for getting in early has this sort of target on their back.

This essentially means that the whole topic of cybersecurity and bot protection has become an arms race. There is no one-size-fits-all solution. The security measures must evolve with the sophistication of the exploits. To deal with Bots, the following article is a must!

Additional security measurements

Workaround for much more security

  1. Create unique payment links for each NFT and download them in bulk as CSV files using the "Export NFT button."

  2. Then, in the project settings, disable random sales.

  3. You can now create your own registration system. This could be a Discord bot, email registration, KYC, or anything else you want!

  4. Completing this registration process provides the customer with a unique link that is valid for about 24 hours. If it is not used, it is passed on to the next person.

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