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EnglishHow bots work on a technical level and sabotage the NFT mints?

Team A releases contract link on discord / twitter. Immediately it gets botted and available mints go to 0. How do they work on a technical level and they know instantly through a link to scan and target the contract mint and skip the mint button?

mike95 5 months ago
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  • Bot
  • Nfts
  • Mint
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Khalifa 5 months ago
The bots sabotaging the NFTs works like the scalper bots used famously to buy up popular sneakers, and snatch up PS5s for resale in the last year. The more sophisticated sneaker bots or grinch bots add an extra layer called
spinning to their arsenal.
Spinner bots add an item to their shopping cart simply to make that piece of stock unavailable to other customers. This creates denial of inventory, preventing customers from buying the item from that site and forcing them to look to the secondary market instead.
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Mahammadsami 5 months ago
To first give some background on what an NFT is and why they are a target for scammers, a non-fungible token is a unique asset accounted for in the blockchain. Unlike fungible assets like cryptocurrency, each NFT is one-of-a-kind. Think of it like a collector’s item such as a trading card. Crucially for scammers, the value of an NFT is decided by what someone else is willing to pay for it.
Hamza Aslam 5 months ago
NFTs are commonly sold via auction on marketplaces like OpenSea and Rarible, and even traditional auctioneers like Sotheby’s and Christies now hold auctions for NFTs. Bots are commonplace at online auctions, typically sniper bots that place a winning bid at the last possible moment of the auction to maximize the chances of winning an item at the cheapest price. However, bots are also being used to manipulate NFT auctions in another way
mbiya 5 months ago
The bots disrupting the NFTs works like the hawker bots utilized broadly to purchase up famous tennis shoes, and grab up PS5s for resale somewhat recently. The more refined tennis shoe bots or grinch bots add an additional a layer called turning to their munititions stockpile. Spinner bots add a thing to their shopping basket basically to make that piece of stock inaccessible to different clients. This makes disavowal of stock, keeping clients from purchasing the thing from that site and driving them to look to the optional market all things being equal.
Israel Paul 5 months ago
The bots manipulating the price of NFTs in the blockchain work like the scalper bots used famously to buy up popular sneakers, and snatch up PS5s for resale in the last year. The more sophisticated “sneaker bots” or “grinch bots” add an extra layer called “spinning” to their arsenal.Spinner bots add an item to their shopping cart simply to make that piece of stock unavailable to other customers. This creates denial of inventory, preventing customers from buying the item from that site and forcing them to look to the secondary market instead.Once a bid is accepted, the bot cancels, which drives the value of the NFT down as it is relisted. The bot operator can then jump in and bid lower than the original asking price for the NFT.

It’s hard to say exactly how much profit is being made via this practice, but as it costs money to cancel bids, the net output is enough to make this type of market manipulation worthwhile.
SESE 5 months ago
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miles 5 months ago
The bots sabotaging the NFTs works like the scalper bots used famously to buy up popular sneakers, and snatch up PS5s for resale in the last year. The more sophisticated sneaker bots or grinch bots add an extra layer called
Jezreel Ramirez 5 months ago
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DracoP 4 months ago
The bots sabotaging the NFTs works like the scalper bots used famously to buy up popular sneakers, and snatch up PS5s for resale in the last year. To first give some background on what an NFT is and why they are a target for scammers, a non-fungible token is a unique asset accounted for in the blockchain.
Bots are commonplace at online auctions, typically sniper bots that place a winning bid at the last possible moment of the auction to maximize the chances of winning an item at the cheapest price.
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Ngwe Relindis 4 months ago
The bots manipulating the price of NFTs in the blockchain work like the scalper bots used famously to buy up popular sneakers, and snatch up PS5s for resale in the last year. The more sophisticated “sneaker bots” or “grinch bots” add an extra layer called “spinning” to their arsenal.

Spinner bots add an item to their shopping cart simply to make that piece of stock unavailable to other customers. This creates denial of inventory, preventing customers from buying the item from that site and forcing them to look to the secondary market instead.
velid reşvan 4 months ago
To first give some background on what an NFT is and why they are a target for scammers, a non-fungible token is a unique asset accounted for in the blockchain. Unlike fungible assets like cryptocurrency, each NFT is one-of-a-kind. Think of it like a collector’s item such as a trading card. Crucially for scammers, the value of an NFT is decided by what someone else is willing to pay for it.
viewpointstudio 4 months ago
The bots sabotaging the NFTs works like the scalper bots used famously to buy up popular sneakers, and snatch up PS5s for resale in the last year. The more sophisticated sneaker bots or grinch bots add an extra layer called spinning to their arsenal. Spinner bots add an item to their shopping cart simply to make that piece of stock unavailable to other customers. This creates denial of inventory, preventing customers from buying the item from that site and forcing them to look to the secondary market instead.
Ignazio 4 months ago
Il problema non è come fanno, ma è perché lo fanno.
La risposta è che conviene un po' a tutti sia agli investitori che ai creatori
Aalayah Huggins 4 months ago
By scanning and targeting the mint contract
Mohamad 4 months ago
The bots sabotaging the NFTs works like the scalper bots used famously to buy up popular sneakers, and snatch up PS5s for resale in the last year. The more sophisticated sneaker bots or grinch bots add an extra layer called
spinning to their arsenal.
Spinner bots add an item to their shopping cart simply to make that piece of stock unavailable to other customers. This creates denial of inventory, preventing customers from buying the item from that site and forcing them to look to the secondary market instead.
Mohamad 4 months ago
The bots sabotaging the NFTs works like the scalper bots used famously to buy up popular sneakers, and snatch up PS5s for resale in the last year. The more sophisticated sneaker bots or grinch bots add an extra layer called
spinning to their arsenal.
Spinner bots add an item to their shopping cart simply to make that piece of stock unavailable to other customers. This creates denial of inventory, preventing customers from buying the item from that site and forcing them to look to the secondary market instead.
Eric 3 months ago
Que dire de plus les réponses sont très bonne
Gracious Interests 3 months ago
The second a contract address is created is it openly available on the blockchain.
All movements made can thus be easily verified and acted upon.

When an NFT is being minted and put up for sale CAN bots execute at lightening fast speeds the necessary movements to pick it up. They only need to monitor the code for bids made and type in a winning bid at the very last second before it closes.

The bots themselves having access to a wallet with necessary funds for swapping.
A winning bid doesn't need to be extremely high, it can be a 0.00001 fraction higher than the second highest bid.

The ultimate decider is then reduced to the bot which has the most available funds in its wallet and executes its commands most flawlessly.

They do not skip the "mint" button but only react lightening fast the second it has been minted.
Lourens Hugo 3 months ago
The bots manipulating the price of NFTs in the blockchain work like the scalper bots used famously to buy up popular sneakers, and snatch up PS5s for resale in the last year. The more sophisticated “sneaker bots” or “grinch bots” add an extra layer called “spinning” to their arsenal.Spinner bots add an item to their shopping cart simply to make that piece of stock unavailable to other customers. This creates denial of inventory, preventing customers from buying the item from that site and forcing them to look to the secondary market instead.Once a bid is accepted, the bot cancels, which drives the value of the NFT down as it is relisted. The bot operator can then jump in and bid lower than the original asking price for the NFT.

It’s hard to say exactly how much profit is being made via this practice, but as it costs money to cancel bids, the net output is enough to make this type of market manipulation worthwhile.
Maleesha Thathsarani 3 months ago
The bots manipulating the price of NFTs in the blockchain work like the scalper bots used famously to buy up popular sneakers, and snatch up PS5s for resale in the last year. The more sophisticated “sneaker bots” or “grinch bots” add an extra layer called “spinning” to their arsenal.

Spinner bots add an item to their shopping cart simply to make that piece of stock unavailable to other customers. This creates denial of inventory, preventing customers from buying the item from that site and forcing them to look to the secondary market instead.

The spinner bot operator simultaneously advertises the item on secondary markets, only completing the initial purchase once the item is already sold to another buyer. If no buyer is found, the shopping carts containing the unsold items are abandoned. It’s a no-lose situation for the spinner bot operators.

Just like scalper and spinner bots, bid spoofing bots are programmed to place a high number of bids across the NFT marketplace, typically below the asking rate for each token. Once a bid is accepted, the bot cancels, which drives the value of the NFT down as it is relisted. The bot operator can then jump in and bid lower than the original asking price for the NFT.

It’s hard to say exactly how much profit is being made via this practice, but as it costs money to cancel bids, the net output is enough to make this type of market manipulation worthwhile.

How to stop bid manipulation by bots
It’s difficult for such marketplaces to identify a cancelled bid as a bot without a pattern of repetition from the buyer. This is made worse as bots get better and better at disguising themselves as human, flying under the radar of detection.

At Netacea we approach each bot attack using the stages defined by the BLADE (Business Logic Attack Definition) framework. At the defense bypass stage of their attacks, bots use techniques like human emulation, rotating residential proxies and rate limiting to avoid being caught out or blocked. For example, thousands of requests originating from one source would be easily identified as a bot attack, but using multiple IP addresses sidesteps this defense.

These techniques have been developed and battle-tested in other markets and use cases, such as scalping in retail and credential stuffing in financial services, transferring advanced bot features across the bot threat landscape and adding complexity to tactics like spoofing.
Prakash Thapa 3 months ago
That might not be the kind of question you consider, but it’s inquiries like this one that motivated some unusual studies out of MIT.

To that end, researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology created a simulation of two socially aware robots that can now tell if they’re being sabotaged or helped. In a new paper presented at the 2021 Conference on Robot Learning in London this week, a team from MIT demonstrated how they used a mathematical framework to imbue a set of robotic agents with social skills so that they could interact with one another in a human-like way. Then, in a simulated environment, the robots could observe one another, guess what task the other wants to accomplish, then choose to either help or hinder them. In effect, the bots thought like humans.

Research like this might sound a little strange, but studying how different kinds of social situations play out among robots could help scientists improve future human-robot interactions. Additionally, this new model for artificial social skills could also potentially serve as a measurement system for human socialization, which the team at MIT says could help psychologists study autism or analyze the effects of antidepressants.
yulis 3 months ago
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Orrficial 2 months ago
NFTs are commonly sold via auction on marketplaces like OpenSea and Rarible, and even traditional auctioneers like Sotheby’s and Christies now hold auctions for NFTs. Bots are commonplace at online auctions, typically sniper bots that place a winning bid at the last possible moment of the auction to maximize the chances of winning an item at the cheapest price
King 2 months ago
Just like scalper and spinner bots, bid spoofing bots are programmed to place a high number of bids across the NFT marketplace, typically below the asking rate for each token. Once a bid is accepted, the bot cancels, which drives the value of the NFT down as it is relisted.
Sanou 2 months ago
Comment allez vous le faire ?
Ntando Ngcobo 2 months ago
Once a bid is accepted, the bot cancels, which drives the value of the NFT down as it is relisted. The bots disrupting the NFTs works like the hawker bots utilized broadly to purchase up famous tennis shoes, and grab up PS5s for resale somewhat recently. The more refined tennis shoe bots or grinch bots add an additional a layer called turning to their munititions stockpile. Spinner bots add a thing to their shopping basket basically to make that piece of stock inaccessible to different clients.
aris geronimo 2 months ago
Scalpers use bots to manipulate the prices of NFTs, guaranteeing a sale at a favorable price and an even better resale
sparkjordan 1 month ago
Bots work by automatically going through a set of instructions, and they carry out tasks and processes much faster, more accurately, and at a higher volume than it would otherwise take humans.
marius 1 month ago
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