How to equip your non-main bots with $FREE

Individual Pirate
2 min readSep 8, 2021

Once you get into the bot army harvesting of you might be doing like me and end up completely filling up your screen with bot army's after a few days.

Eventually, you might feel like you have enough armies

And as the armies begin to acquire more than 100 000 $FREE you begin to consider what to do wit the extra $FREE. One thing you can do is of course to put it into liquidity, but if you want to use to increase your chances of winning $FMN without creating a new army there is actually a way.

The tough part is actually finding the bots (not the main one, that one you should have secured access to already), but what about the others?

One of the easiest ways to find them is to go to and select “Mnemonic Phrase” and then fill, or paste in your seed words.

Enter the seed word to your bot army

The top address that appears on the standard derivation path m/44'/60'/0'/0 is your “main bot”, the “bot general” that does all the work and which you have equipped with funds. But if you have more than one bot in the army, the consecutive bots in the list that appears for m/44'/60'/0'/0 are your regular bots and if you equip them with $FREE your chances of winning $FMN will be increasing drastically. Equip 1 with 100k $FREE and your chances will double, equip two with 100k $FREE and chances will triple, etc, etc…

All the consecutive addresses in this list are your “regular bots” and equiping them with $FREE increases your chances of winning $FMN.

If you want to make sure this is actually the case, you can test that the adresses are “already subscribed” on after adding them into Metamask (to do this you can log into them with and then extract the private key).

I hope this information has helped. I feel if people use this tactic we can find the first $FMN together much faster than if you are trying to run a ton of armies.



Individual Pirate

IndividualPirate became interested in the Fusion Blockchain around the time it launched mainnet. Deeply interested in governance and liquidity.