A solution for 429 Requests (only for discord)

This solution is only for discord.

First of all, type curl -I https://discordapp.com/api/v7/gateway in your console. If it saying
You need to follow my steps:

  • Remix your project
  • Delete the old project where it saying HTTP/1.1 429 Too Many Requests
    And after that, check again, if it saying HTTP/1.1 200 OK and you are good to go.

How to check again if it is working?
Type in your console:

  • curl -I https://discordapp.com/api/v7/gateway and you should get a HTTP/1.1 200 OK.

Other Soluation:

  • Wait a little bit, and you are good to go.
    This can be a soluation because too many requests are just “temporary blocks”, and if you wait you should can use discord’s API again. (This soluation takes time so, i recommend to follow the above mentioned steps to get it working).

Great post! Remixing the projects usually puts the project on a new host as far as I’m aware, but if it doesn’t you could just try again :+1:

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Fixed the title, good post!

Remember that some people won’t want to move their projects as they have their sites hosted along with their bots, and we still don’t have enough freedom on moving custom domains. (I am one of these people, that’s why I really don’t want to do that)


oh, forgot about these issues.

This method is no longer working due somehow Discord “auto-bans” your project, when with you remixing the project.