🖥️How to setup the bot

Instructions to setup the bot

Download the bot and configuration files (configfile.json and dex.json)


Setup the configfile

Files must be all in the same folder


Download bot files and unzip them in a folder

Setup the configfile and optionally, the dex.json file (more details in the specified section)

Now copy the dex.json, configfile.json and tokenbuy.py files and paste them into the home folder of your user


Download the bot on any folder

Setup the configfile

Files must be all in the same folder

Make the file executable following below screen

Setup the config file

Open the configfile.json with a text editor (I suggest visual studio code or a normal text editor is okay too) and go to the bottom of the file

This is an array of wallets.

The first one must be the one that hold our token AVID2.0 ("Public", "private")

No comma have to be after the latest brackets

Replace PUBLIC with your public key and PRIVATE with your private key.

PAY ATTENTION Do not leave uncopiled wallets or the bot will not start.




], [ "public",



Extract the private key from metamaskExample

  1. Click on the identicon in the top right.

  2. Select the account you'd like to export.

  3. On the account page, click on the menu (three dots) in the upper right corner, and then on the "Account Details" button.

  4. Click “Export Private Key”.

  5. To access your private key, you'll now need to enter your wallet password. Once you've done so, click “Confirm” to proceed.

  6. Your private key will now be revealed. Click to copy it, and save it somewhere safe. (Note: we aren't showing it in the below screenshot for obvious reasons -- but yours will be there.)

  7. Click “Done” to close the screen.

If you want to add one wallet only, just delete others lines

Remember that the first wallet must be the holder of the AVID2.0 Token

Save the file and close it.

Dex file is provided with 20 different dexes so is ready to use.

To check how to add a DEX click HERE

To check how to add a TOKEN click HERE

Run the bot with a double click on the executable file

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