What limit of requests in one minute?

You can make 60 requests per minute.

If you are interacting with our API service, you may be subject to a rate limit. A rate limit is a restriction placed on the number of requests you can make within a certain time period. For SQR, the rate limit of 60 requests per minute means that you can make up to 60 requests to the API within a period of one minute.

The purpose of a rate limit is to prevent abuse and ensure that the API or web service can handle the traffic it receives. Without a rate limit, a user or application could potentially flood the service with requests, causing it to slow down or crash.

If you exceed the rate limit, you may receive an error message or your requests may be blocked. To avoid hitting the rate limit, you should carefully monitor the number of requests you are making and ensure that you are staying within the allowed limit.

In conclusion, a rate limit of 60 requests per minute is a common limit that you may encounter when working with APIs. It's important to stay within this limit to avoid errors or blocked requests and to be aware of any options for requesting a higher limit if necessary.

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