BSCPad Partner Update: LEXIT Upgrades Smart Contract to Include Anti-Bot Features

LEXIT is excited to announce a major upgrade to the core Smart Contract, introducing extensive anti-bot measures that ensure user funds are secure and protected from artificial manipulation, as well as general smart contract protections designed to maintain the integrity of the ecosystem for years to come.

The measures introduced in this smart contract upgrade primarily target trading bots, a significant issue for almost all freshly-launched projects. By introducing implementations that directly target bots, the LEXIT smart contract is better suited for a successful and healthy launch economy, protecting the funds of users in the near and long-term.

Bots thrive by ‘front-running’ traders with faster transaction speeds, forcing legitimate users to lose out on tokens, and draining liquidity from the liquidity pool of the project. The new LEXIT anti-bot smart contract upgrade will heavily mitigate this issue, while ensuring the long-term security of both the project and our supporter’s funds.

Speaking of the contract upgrade, LEXIT CBO Katia said: “This newest upgrade significantly enhances the security of LEXIT, while placing our supporters centre-field.

“We’re directly combating destructive bots, eliminating their liquidity-draining methods and better protecting our true supporter’s funds — we’ve all experienced being front-run in the past, and we all know how annoying this is, so LEXIT is working hard to ensure the safest and most fair launch possible.”

The new LEXIT smart contract with anti-bot protection measures is available at:

(Note: this replaces our previous smart contract, and will be our primary contract moving forwards to ensure user fund safety and project integrity. If users need clarity or support, please reach out to a member of the team at the official LEXIT Telegram:

LEXIT will be launching an exclusive IDO with BSCPad on Wednesday 19 May 2021, with a total hardcap of $650,000 USD, accessible via whitelist here:

You can also read more about the project on our official Medium article regarding the IDO, available here: