As we approach the end of July, we're back with two new exciting Dispatch updates: beta testers can now get crypto alerts in Discord, and Polygon triggers are live! We’re happy to expand the number of data sources and ways you can receive alerts as we gather more feedback.
You, our community, is always at the front of our minds as we continue building and improving Dispatch. Our goal is to help you get the crypto and DeFi data you want, where you want it — and hopefully not rip your hair out while doing it.
How to Get Crypto Alerts on Discord
With Dispatch, it’s easy to get a custom crypto activity feed in Discord instead of having to constantly, manually monitor platforms on your own.
Dispatch can track a variety of things for you, including:
- Address balance changes
- Balance threshold breaches
- New trading pairs on multiple DEXs
- Volume movement of stablecoins
Getting crypto alerts via Discord is as simple as two steps:
1. Create a Dispatch account
Currently, the Dispatch beta is invite-only. If you’d like to start getting crypto alerts, you’ll definitely want to request an invite.
2. Create crypto alerts in just a few clicks
We’ve made it easy for you to create and receive crypto notifications in a matter of seconds. All you need to do is choose a Trigger (i.e. balance change, new DEX pairs, etc.) and connect your Discord account to Dispatch; just a few clicks and you’re good to go.
See just how easy it is to create a QuickSwap Discord alert below:
Now Available: Polygon Alerts on Dispatch
A few weeks ago we announced that we were working on adding Polygon support to Dispatch. Today, the Polygon network is fully integrated, which means you can get alerts for
- Balance activity of top ERC20 tokens on Polygon
- New Quickswap trading pairs
As you saw in the preview above, creating alerts for Polygon network activity is quick and easy.
“When initial development of Dispatch started, Ethereum was the most requested protocol and Telegram was the most requested alerting method. As more crypto users entered the market and became accustomed to using various protocols, Polygon quickly accelerated up our request list. Additionally, Discord has become the standard for crypto alerts and conversations within the industry. It was a no-brainer for us to fast track that output channel for our users.”
– Remy Carpinito, CEO of Esprezzo
New to Crypto Discord? Here’s a great Discord guide from CoinDesk that breaks down the basics (for example, the difference between servers and channels) and has great tips on how to not get scammed and how to find and contribute to communities.We’re working on creating the smoothest, most intuitive way for you to get real-time alerts from multiple ecosystems. To date, that includes Ethereum, Avalanche, and now Polygon. In the same way, Dispatch also provides an easy way to get crypto alerts wherever you need — whether that’s Telegram, e-mail, or Discord.
If you haven’t yet, don’t forget to get on the Dispatch waitlist! We’re going to be sending out the next round of invites very soon.
Have questions, feedback or suggestions? Join us on Discord!
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