Hello everyone, I deployed a token a few months ago, provided liquidity (1 ETH), locked liquidity, and renounced to the ownership.
The specifics of the contract are:
- 1,000,000,000 supply
- 20,000,000 max tokens per address
- 5% on buy / 5% on sell
For a few days the liquidity has been released and I wish to recover it. However, it is impossible for me to remove everything at once given the limit of 20,000,000 tokens (I am no longer the owner and I am therefore subject to the limits) and I wanted to know if you had a viable strategy to be the most effective.
I was thinking of withdrawing 20,000,000 tokens in packets, and sending them each time to a random address just to get rid of them and do this until I got all my ETH back.
According to this strategy I will have to perform 100 transactions (50 removing lps + 50 transfer of the token), do you have a more efficient way please?
Thank you for reading to the end, hoping for your help