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alfa.sniper first look

If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to view the prototype of the most robust sniper that’ll be on the market, the alfa.sniper, you can view it at this link:

For the purposes of this section of the post, we suggest opening the prototype and following along as we explain each of the features this sniper will offer.


The first part of the sniper we will be explaining is the Launches tab.

To begin, this tab is a live feed of all projects that are being deployed; additionally, as we look to capitalize on the recent popularity of the Arbitrum mainnet, this sniper/scanner/buyer will not only be functional on the Ethereum mainnet but will be functional for Arbitrum also. The projects that appear on the Launches tab will often appear here before they appear on Dextools or other publicly-available similar site. This gives you an initial head start on competition and allows you to begin researching much quicker than anybody else.

For each project that appear, there is a plethora amount of information that is automatically scanned and scraped, making research and decision-making for the user infinitely faster than an individual who is not utilizing our tools.

Deployed: How long ago the project was deployed

Total Supply: The total supply available that the contract minted on deployment

Market Cap: This is perhaps one of the more undercover, yet robust, tools that this scanner will offer. More often than not, services such as Dextools and Dexscreener incorrectly display the market caps of projects due to their linear algorithm (total supply x current price); this often raises issues with teams and communities if the market cap is wrong as those public services don’t take into account dynamic variables such as burns, vested tokens, circulating supply, etc. The scanner is very intuitive and quickly scans, picks up, and displays the market cap while taking into account those dynamic variables. Furthermore, if you add a project to your watchlist [snipelist], the market cap will be perpetually scanned and will always display the correct market cap of the project.

Liquidity: The initial liquidity that was added when deployed—we will also be adding current liquidity so users can quickly differentiate between the two.

Taxes: The taxes on both the buy end and sell end—we will also be adding transfer tax so users can also take that into account.

Liquidity Lock: How long the liquidity was locked for with a link to it.

Max Buy: The max buy available per transaction—we will also be adding max wallet so users can quickly take that into account.

Socials: Associated social media links with the project so users are able to quickly research the project.

Trading Enabled: Often, when projects appear on the live feed of the Launches tab, trading will not be enabled. This is exactly what is wanted, as you want to add the project to your snipelist/watchlist before trading is enabled so that you’re able to snipe it properly.

Add to Snipelist: This button is the bread-and-butter of the sniping module. When you want to snipe a project, you click this button and add it to your snipelist. The projects in your snipelist are the projects that the alfa.sniper will be sniping for you, not the projects in the Launches tab. If you see a project that looks promising, they haven’t enabled trading and you want to snipe an entry when they open trading/add liquidity/etc, you add it to your snipelist and the process is complete. With the alfa.sniper, if the project is on your snipelist, rest assured you will be one of the FIRST handful of entries for the targeted project, beating all other snipers.

Buy: On the right-hand side of each project line will be a buy button; this is a button that allows you to instantly 1-click and buy. This is incredibly useful for projects that deploy with trading already enabled, but you see it’s very early, perhaps it just deployed, and there is no need to snipe. You click the buy button once and the sniper module buys. No navigating to Uniswap, no copy pasting contract addresses, etc.

At the bottom of each project line, there will be associated warnings that were automatically picked up so that the user can very quickly account for that in their research and decision-making.

Note: you are able to adjust settings for the auto-buy amount in the settings tab.

Note 2: ALL of these features work both on Arbitrum and Etherem (simply toggle which chain you want at the top right of the page!)


The second tab is the Snipelist tab.

In short, this is the tab where you add your targeted projects, adjust the settings for each of projects to fit your wants, needs, and risk profile.

In a similar vein to the Launches tab, the Snipelist tab contains all vital project information, however, these are the projects that your sniper module will be CONSISTENTLY scanning (for functions such as enable trading, liq added, etc) in order to snipe. While these projects are in your snipelist and you’re waiting for it to snipe, you can quickly adjust your settings on a per-project basis.

In the settings tab of each project in your Snipelist, you can:

  • Adjust the amount to snipe

  • Choose methods and functions you want to snipe on

  • Adjust your ladder entries/exits (automatic stop losses and take profits!)

  • Choose the wallet you want to snipe with (or select several wallets!) – more info on this in the wallets tab

  • Avoid blacklist methodology (more on this in the wallets tab)

  • And many other comprehensive and useful customizations to fit your parameters

Once you have your settings set up, just sit back and watch! The module will automatically snipe your entry when trading opens and then moves your project to the Positions tab.

Users will also be able to manually add a project to their Snipelist via the line above the launches by entering the contract address and simply clicking add.

With the alfa.sniper and the Snipelist, users will easily be within the first handful of buys on any project they desire while hedging themselves via the auto-SL’s and auto-TP’s, along with avoiding blacklist blocks, avoiding manual blacklists, etc.

Note: as mentioned before, this module will also be available on both Arbitrum and Ethereum.


The third tab of the alfa.sniper is the Scanner tab.

This tab is useful for projects that do not give their contract address or project name until after deploying and enabling trading. If you have keywords that you feel are associated with the project, you add them into the scanner and the scanner scans for projects that have those keywords whether in the contract, the name, or any other association, and are displayed here.

Available on both Arbitrum and Ethereum.


The fourth tab is the Positions tab.

This tab iswhere you monitor all the projects that you’ve sniped, or manually insta-bought via the buy button.

As mentioned, all vital information regarding the project is listed for each one. However, on this tab, you are able to quickly manually sell, monitor profits, and adjust your settings on a per-project basis (auto-stop losses, take profits, etc)

Note: it is important to understand that all vital information regarding projects (such as warnings, holders etc) are constantly live updated and will change perpetually, so if a project fixes their warnings, those warnings won’t display, etc.


The fifth tab is the Wallets tab.

In this tab, users are able to quickly create new wallets to snipe with and adjust general wallet settings.

Users are also able to:

Deposit: In order to ensure user security, users will create wallets within the sniper so that the end-user does not have to hold private keys of personal wallets—Users fund these wallets via the Deposit button.

Withdraw: in a similar vein, users withdraw funds from these wallets via this button.

At the bottom of each wallet, there is an “Escape Wallet” toggle. This is perhaps one of the most powerful features that will be offered. An escape wallet is a wallet that is, quite literally, the escape wallet for snipes. If a developer tries to blacklist the wallet that you sniped with for whatever reason, the alfa.sniper module front-runs that blacklist transaction and transfers the sniped tokens to the escape wallet, where it either auto-sells or holds, depending on whether or not the developer is persistent and tries to also blacklist again.

Users are also able to adjust other general wallet settings.


The sixth and final tab is the Auto-Sniper tab.

This tab is where real money arises. Being the first of its kind, this is a set-it-and-forget-it module within the overarching alfa.sniper module.

In this tab, users quickly fill in their desired settings, and the sniper AUTOMATICALLY snipes ALL projects that fit those parameters, depending on settings; users are also able to adjust take profits and stop losses to hedge and secure profits quickly.

This will be perhaps the most lucrative utility on the market. Imagine being able to set a sniper with parameters that fit your risk profile to snipe all projects within those parameters and automatically take profit, even when you’re not monitoring it. As alfa.sniper gets entries before other snipers, profit is almost guaranteed. If you were to fill in your parameters and set a 0.01 maximum and minimum buy, it is not unlikely for you to hit several 100x’s weekly while also being able to take profits automatically and protect yourself from losses.

As this tab is not finished, another blog post will be coming out to flesh this module out more.

The next blog post will contain information regarding our copytrading module (within the alfa.sniper) which is yet to be added, alfa.staking, and many other utilities coming to the alfa.society ecosystem!

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