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#1 mrxbell

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Posted 05 February 2017 - 08:39 PM

I run web with multi bot system. Now i need algorithm for auto select bot when send or receive trade when user  deposit and withdraw . Any suggestions are welcome ?  Thanks !



#2 UKF

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Posted 08 February 2017 - 05:31 PM

Well, there are different ways on doing that.

 

You can do that by:

  • Using a proxy system and a list of proxy servers to override steam's inventory request limits.
  • Having a random bot responsible for the deposits if you are fetching your information from the database (username/password/shared_secret/identity_secret and misc. data) and loading user's inventory.
  • Running multiple bots by creating instances on start, making a communication between them (using socket.io which is highly recommended over database checking (of course it's important to log everything)).
  • Lookup for the available item to withdraw from bot (fetch assetid -> check botid containing the item) -> transfer to main bot.

 

It's basically an easy concept, just a lot of coding and fail-safes, and the last but not least, be careful when getting item prices or any other data, make sure to always null check the items or prices.

 

 

 

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UKF


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#3 mrxbell

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Posted 10 February 2017 - 03:39 AM

Well, there are different ways on doing that.

 

You can do that by:

  • Using a proxy system and a list of proxy servers to override steam's inventory request limits.
  • Having a random bot responsible for the deposits if you are fetching your information from the database (username/password/shared_secret/identity_secret and misc. data) and loading user's inventory.
  • Running multiple bots by creating instances on start, making a communication between them (using socket.io which is highly recommended over database checking (of course it's important to log everything)).
  • Lookup for the available item to withdraw from bot (fetch assetid -> check botid containing the item) -> transfer to main bot.

 

It's basically an easy concept, just a lot of coding and fail-safes, and the last but not least, be careful when getting item prices or any other data, make sure to always null check the items or prices.

 

 

 

Best regards

UKF

Thanks !






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