How to get a key from BossLand

Raflesia
By Raflesia in Your PGBot Account,
PGBot is selling 1 tab, 2 tabs and 3 tabs packages for our users. The reason why we aren't selling more than that, is because that would be more expensive than buying an own hashing key from BossLand. In fact, our third tab is actually already a bit expensive in comparisation already, but it has the benefits of not having to worry about RPM's. You can find all of the BossLand packages, here: https://talk.pogodev.org/d/51-api-hashing-service-by-pokefarmer The cheapest package right now, is the 150 RPM one and it costs like $4,30 or so. We have calculated that 1 Pokémon GO account uses something like 30-35 RPM. This means that a 150 RPM package should be good for 4 Pokémon GO account. With a bit of luck maybe 5 but that's not advisable.   If you want to use a BossLand key with our bot then you can buy 1 (or more than 1) at the BossLand website noticed above. You will get your key within a few hours after paying, on your e-mail. You can then use this key at the Pokémon GO login part on our client. You do not need any tab package with a BossLand key. A tab with a BossLand hashing key counts as 0 tab. If you run 3 accounts on a BossLand hashing key, and 1 account on a 1 tab plan of us, then in technical terms that means that you have only 1 tab opened. The 3 BossLand tabs count as 0. You can open and run unlimited tabs on a BossLand key, but you have to manage the RPM yourself.   What is RPM? RPM stands for Requests Per Minute. Everything you do on Pokémon GO: catching Pokemon, farming stops, transfering or evolving Pokemon etc, just everything, needs 1 or a few requests. So if you catch a Pokemon, it's 1 request. If you farm a Pokestop, it's 1 request, etc. The bot will stop whenever you're out of RPM, and it will start again as soon as a minute has passed because that's when the RPM resets back to 0 again. This is why you don't want to run alot of accounts on a single 150 RPM key. If you run 8 accounts on it for example, while we've already calculated that 4 is pretty much the max on a single 150 RPM key, than you'd be out of RPM after like 30 or 40 seconds. This means that all bots will stop doing something for 20 seconds.
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