After you have downloaded and installed our bot, open the Settings.json with an editor/IDE e.g. Sublime Text editor.
Use Nano for simple text editing on Linux!
Nano is a user-friendly text editor that's pre-installed on many Linux systems. To use it, type "nano Settings.json" in the terminal. Use the arrow keys to move around, press "Ctrl + O" to save, and "Ctrl + X" to exit.
After opening the Settings.json, enter your Address & Secret key in the empty fields. This is how it should look like.
3. After that, you still have many settings options, but these are not mandatory to change. Shown here briefly.
The following is a list of key-value pairs and their explanations:
metamask_address: A string that represents the address used for connecting to Binance Smart Chain.
metamask_private_key: A string that represents the private key of the address.
RPC: A string that represents the URL of the Binance Smart Chain RPC or WSS node.
GWEI_GAS: An integer that represents the gas price in Gwei.
MaxTXFeeBNB: A float that represents the maximum transaction fee in BNB.
Slippage: An integer that represents the tolerance percentage for slippage during token swaps.
MinLiquidityUSD: An integer that represents the minimum liquidity required in USD.
MaxSellTax: An integer that represents the maximum tax on selling tokens.
MaxBuyTax: An integer that represents the maximum tax on buying tokens.
timeout: An integer that represents the timeout for transaction confirmation in seconds.
SaveGasCost: A boolean that determines whether the gas cost should be saved or not.
cc_BlacklistWords: An array of strings that represents the list of words to blacklist for token checks.