An introduction on what Proxies are and how they are used in the sneakers Game
Our Proxies are used as a way to hide your current IP address (Home IP / Server IP), giving you the option to select which location you would like to appear from.
For sneakers, this is used to portray to the target website (Nike, Adidas, Supreme…) that you are from a certain location.
Most websites will ban users from trying to access their website if the same IP address has requested too many times.
A residential proxy is an intermediary that uses an IP address provided by an Internet Service Provider (ISP), not a data center. Each residential proxy address has a physical location and the requests they issue, look more normal and less suspicious than datacenter proxies.
Residential proxy IPs are more legitimate – Security systems will usually place more trust in residential IPs, as residential IPs are assigned only to real residential addresses. Basically, some websites can detect you are using a proxy connection and you may find that your datacenter connection is blocked. What usually happens is that datacenter IPs are often easier to acquire than residential IPs, and a high percentage of datacenter users will be hiding their real IP for malicious purposes. Therefore these IPs are more likely to be banned. To cop multiple pairs with a sneaker bot you need fast proxies and unique IPs for every account. BUT, your bot can’t act too fast, because if they add to cart and go to checkout instantly, they will get blocked. That means proxy speed is not the main factor to cop sneakers, so you must set up your bot correctly. Your best bet is to make its actions look natural, and residential proxies are better than datacenter proxy IPs for looking like a real user.
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