What’s the mempool for sniper bots?
The mempool is a zone in the blockchain where the pending transactions of users fall and wait to be confirmed. What is interesting about this ‘zone’ is that anyone can check it to view the transactions before they are taken by a validator node. This pool of orders can be used by sniper bots to wait until a transaction related to liquidity is detected. This type of transaction is commonly called the trigger transaction of the bot. As you are probably imaging, this type of strategy will allow you to get into the tokens very early because the bot purchase will follow the liquidity transaction to get into the same block.
It can be thought of as a waiting room for people before getting included in a block. Validators will have to do several checks on these transactions before marking them as valid, remember that validators are compensated and motivated by the transaction fee as well.
While this may sound like a lot of information to process, that’s not a big deal for sniper bots that can do all the checks to scan the correct transaction which meets the conditions to tell the bot it’s time to buy.
In a matter of minutes, you’ll master the usage of the sniper bot. Super easy to set up and configure.
You don’t need coding skills or a Harvard degree. Simply download and run, you get all the documentation upon buying.