I need a program to be developed that requires the fastest speed possible and compatible on Windows 7 and Windows 10. It will need Internet access to function properly.
Can discuss budget, but will most likely go for the cheapest reliable bid. You can change your bid if you like. Please read all of this before you bid if you are truly wanting to do this job. I will give out my skype to people for better communication.
The program is a Minecraft OG Name Sniper. If you've ever heard of this, basically it involves humans going on [url removed, login to view] to login and and change their Minecraft in-game username. There have been some people able to make this automatic by changing the name right after the name becomes available, which can be seen on [url removed, login to view] I would like the program to use this to tell if it is able to "snipe".
An example of a human website doing this is [url removed, login to view]
For a whole rundown of the program:
-Written in a language that makes it as fast as possible, if not faster, to be able to dominate other programs. I heard C is the fastest, but Java can also do multithreading. If it were to be written in Java, I would like around 1k threads since I heard other people have close to that number.
-The program will have a search bar for you to be able to search if the name you want to snipe is available (can implement [url removed, login to view] 's search bar Api if needed/possible)
-If the name is available or going to be available, the user can queue a snipe by signing in with his Mojang account.
-People can queue multiple snipes at one time with different Mojang accounts.
-I would like the program to include serial numbers of some sort so people can't pirate.
-You can view your open and closed queues, and see if the queue is successful or fail.
-Immediately after the name is taken your Mojang account will attempt to change your name to the one queued
-Name change needs to be as fast as possible
-Doesn't need great graphics, just needs to be functional
-Even if it is in command prompt, as long as it is functional and mostly successful and fast, then it is good
Thanks for reading all of this.