We do have rate limiters in place that catch and block users who make too many requests per second, but the bans are only temporary. Feel free to slow down your script and continue to use ours - or you’re free to run your own API instance and make requests to it as fast as you’d like.
Hah, just realized after your last email that I was responding to you in both places
If you do end up setting up your own APIs and you’re familiar with docker, you could use our docker-compose scripts to fire up an API pretty quickly. It’d require a decently high powered server to run it though (fast CPU speed, probably 64gb RAM, plenty of disk space).
I made a quick post about it here a few weeks back.
The approach can be used to setup a WAX mainnet node as well! It’d just take some tweaking.