Introduction to Bot Compiler

Introduction to Bot Compiler ($BOTC): an innovative aggregated revenue-sharing model and a diversified portfolio of top-performing projects.

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BOT Compiler in a Nutshell

What is BotCompiler

The release of the Maestro Sniper Bot has revolutionized the DeFi landscape, offering a new way for traders to interact with Decentralized Exchanges (DEXes). Bot Compiler believes that this new way for traders to trade and operate is here to stay.

Bot Compiler introduced an aggregated revenue-sharing model that hedges against any singular third-party risk. How?

Bot Compiler invests in and maintains a diversified portfolio of top-performing bot and revenue-sharing projects, holding tokens from multiple projects rather than concentrating its holdings in a single one. This diversification approach provides exposure to the emerging sector while helping to mitigate risk for token holders.


The Opportunity Behind Bot Compiler

The utilization of trading bots in the DeFi sector has experienced remarkable expansion, offering traders significant structural advantages. The rise of bot trading implies that operating without a bot places one at a significant disadvantage. These automated tools equip traders with a multitude of resources that yield numerous advantages.

Furthermore, revenue-sharing protocols within the crypto space are also experiencing exponential growth. Projects have come to realize that by distributing a portion of their profits to token holders, they not only enhance investor profitability but also accelerate the adoption of their protocol.

The surge in DeFi usage of trading bots and the adoption of revenue-sharing models present a lucrative opportunity. Bot Compiler provides a way to benefit from these emerging trends, offering exposure to the revenue share sector through its ERC-20 token, $BOTC.


How do I make money?

We know that most of the people who are reading this article want to know this, so let’s start first with what you need to make money.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Hold 0.1% of the $BOTC supply (1,000,000 tokens).
  • Hold your $BOTC tokens for at least 7 days before the claim date.

Now let’s move on to the most interesting part, where does the money come from?

  • A variable percentage of the 5% buys and sells tax on $BOTC is shared with token holders.
  • All revenue generated by Bot Compiler’s treasury investments is distributed to $BOTC token holders.
  • 20% of the profits generated by the treasury investment trades are shared with $BOTC token holders.

Here’s how It works:

  • The revenue is aggregated into a centralized pool.
  •  $BOTC holders can claim their proportionate share of the pooled revenue through automatic payouts issued via the project’s dApp interface. 
  • All claims are paid out in $ETH on the Ethereum network.
  • Payouts are distributed weekly, every Sunday at 17:00 UTC.
  • The revenue share is proportional 1:1 to the $BOTC holdings + the extra percentage from the excluded supply.

All you need to do is to hold $BOTC and make weekly claims while the Bot Compiler team is doing all the hard work for you. 

Revenue share tokens

Bot Compiler’s operational philosophy revolves around actively managing a treasury (botcompilertreasury.eth) through investments in promising protocols.

The core principle is one:

Use the Treasury (funded by taxes) to systematically and carefully invest in tokens that provide revenue share to holders.

Bot Compiler employs a selective investment strategy focused on protocols utilizing automated trading strategies, either through bots, algorithms, or other software. Particular areas of interest include defi yield farming bots, low cap tokens, arbitrage and airdrop farming bots. The team analyses a range of factors such as project fundamentals, team experience, tokenomics, product-market fit, and community metrics before investing.

Then the project redistributes 100% of the derived revenue from these investments back to $BOTC token holders. 

The High-Risk Fund

The High-Risk Fund, botcompilerhighriskfund.eth, is part of the investment arm that specializes in trading low-capitalization bots and revenue share tokens. 

These trades have a significantly higher risk-return ratio than those of the Treasury’s investment arm, which focuses on growth and long-term sustainability. The High-Risk Fund is overseen by several members of the Bot Compiler team who have over 12 years of combined experience in cryptocurrency trading. The trading and investment team will draw not only on their many years of combined experience, but also on a range of bots, tools, and protocols.

Current investments

A key objective is growing the treasury value over time through well-researched investments and trading profits. As the treasury expands in size and value, It can invest more into protocols and thereby increase revenue potential for $BOTC holders.

Currently worth over $242K, the treasury holds positions in top-performing projects like AigentX, Aimbot, Banana Gun, CrocBot, Yield Magnet, and others.

Let’s take a closer look at some of the projects that are in the treasury:

  • AIgentX → It is an AI-powered chatbot that can be customized to communicate with users about various tokens, inquire about smart contracts, and provide information through conversation. AIgentX offers both free and paid tiers with different features for chatbot creation and integration.

    The native token of AIgentX, $AIgentX, has seen an incredible performance during the last weeks.

    • CrocBot → It is a multi-support airdrop farming bot designed to deploy powerful and highly customizable strategies on popular upcoming airdrop chains and protocols. Users can stake $CROC to access the bot and earn a percentage from the buys and sells tax of the token.

    By having exposure to this token, the Bot Complier maximizes the possibility of growing the next airdrops, maximizing potential returns from this profitable source of income.

    Is the team capable of doing profitable trades? Well, let’s check some metrics about October trades:

    1. Proof of Anon ($PRF)
      • Acquired 2% of the supply for 2 ETH before the re-launch.
      • Sold half of the position (1%) for 5.35 ETH, making a profit of 3 ETH.
      • Current price: $0.118028.
      • Realized profit: ~$9,095.
      • Unrealized profit: $11,802.
    1. AigentX ($AIX):
      • Bought 1 ETH worth of $AIX at a dip around $600k market cap.
      • Average entry: $0.006344.
      • Current price: $0.072.
      • Unrealized profit: $17,081.

    We could go on with so many more examples, but we think it is best to get straight to the point, what was the team able to generate in terms of revenue in one month?

    October monthly profit and loss (PnL):

    • Realized profit: ~0.42 ETH.
    • Unrealized profit: ~45.7 ETH.

    The numbers speak for themselves.


    The token behind all this cool stuff: BOTC

    $BOTC metrics:

    • Total supply 1,000,000,000
    • Supply added to liquidity 850,000,000
    • *Remaining supply 150,000,000
    • Total Market Cap. $840K
    • Holders 814

    * To be used for OTC trading with partnership projects, marketing, and development or CEX listings in the future.

    Contract: 0x9532CA064278CE3BA4fcc66CEBec6d9F04F58f70


    $BOTC implements a 5% tax on both buys and sells transactions. In the last few days, Bot Compiler published a new taxation split proposal, where a variable allocation of tax will be introduced.

    The previous tax breakdown was as follows:

    • 1% used for marketing and development.
    • 4% used to fund the treasury. 

    From now on, the new tax breakdown is as follows:

    • Variable % > Treasury
    • Variable % > $BOTC buybacks
    • Variable % > Marketing and development
    • Variable % > Revenue share claims

    A variable percentage of the 5/5 trading tax will now be redistributed to $BOTC holders, this change has been implemented to provide more stability to weekly claims while adding another revenue stream and more incentives to hold.

    Why variable?

    “A variable taxation rate has been chosen to maximize the effectiveness of tax as a whole. Remaining pragmatic and flexible has been a key part of our early growth and success. The variable tax split allows us to maximize funds where necessary.”

    Recently the team adapted the revenue share model, introducing another source of income for $BOTC token holders: the profits generated by the treasury trades.

    The profits are shared as follows:

    • 70% of the profits are allocated to treasury growth.
    • 20% of the profits are shared with $BOTC token holders.
    • 10% of the profits are used for $BOTC buybacks.

    This means that from now on $BOTC holders will generate passive incomes from three different sources of revenue.

    Comparison of MKCAP with BOTS

    Is $BOTC still undervalued? Is Bot Compiler still under the radar? Let’s compare it with some of the most well-known bot-based projects:

    Market capitalization:

    $UNIBOT →  $44M
    $BANANA → $30M
    $AIMBOT → $9.53M
    $BOTC → $814k

    The huge discrepancy in market capitalization between BOTC and its competitors is striking. $UNIBOT’s market value is over 50 times larger, while $BANANA and $AIMBOT are 35 and 11 times larger than $BOTC, respectively.

    But there’s another big difference between them: diversification.

    Other projects rely on a single entity or bot, whereas $BOTC distributes gains across a curated portfolio of revenue-generating treasury tokens. This diversification protects holders if one token underperforms while allowing participation in the growth of an entire ecosystem.

    Alpha Group

    Those who hold 0.4 percent of the total supply of $BOTC tokens will qualify to join the $BOTC Alpha group.

    This group allows more sophisticated investors to participate more directly in the investment selection process through direct dialogue with trading specialists. It is worth noting that while Alpha members enjoy regular and enhanced contact with team discussions, submissions from non-members of the Alpha community will still be considered. News and updates will generally be broadcast in the Alpha group before others. 


    Considerations of the writer

    In summary, Bot Compiler presents an attractive opportunity to benefit from the growth of DeFi trading bots and revenue sharing projects. Through its sophisticated treasury management strategies and diversified portfolio approach, $BOTC aims to provide steady, passive income to token holders regardless of market volatility.

    The team has demonstrated strong diligence and transparency in growing treasury value significantly in a short period. Continued research and disciplined investment should further enhance returns and rewards for the token holders.

    Looking forward, Bot Compiler is well-positioned to capitalize on the growing popularity of automated trading tools and yield generation. With the current market capitalization of $BOTC, we’re not considering any exit under 5x, but this has the potential of 15x+. At the same time, it’s pretty safe: if the price goes down, investors interested in the revenues will pump it back up. 

    Those who get involved in the early stages today could be well rewarded when the adoption of the $BOTC protocol and token increases substantially in the long run

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