Token Transfer Alerts

Token Transfer Alerts trigger notifications when a transfer event matches their specific criteria.

Our ERC20 transfer events analysis provides real-time monitoring of token transfers on the blockchain. We empower users to filter and fine-tune their alerts, ensuring that they receive notifications only when a transfer event matches their specific criteria.

How to setup Token Transfer Alerts

  1. Under Signals section click on Add Subscription button under Transfer Amount . The button is highlighted in black box in the screenshot below.

  1. Clicking on the Add Subscription button will prompt you to fill in essential fields to create a Token Transfer alert subscription. Fill in the fields and click on Add button (located below the input fields). Please refer to the screenshot below.

    Note: Description regarding the fields is provided below the screenshot.

Fields Description

  • Name: Name for the Alert.

  • Username: The username is a unique identifier displayed when alert is received.

  • Delivery Channel: This field outlines the chosen communication platform for receiving token transfer alerts. Currently Discord and Slack is supported.

  • Webhook: A webhook is a mechanism that allows automated messages to be sent from one system to another. Currently the discord and slack webhook is supported to receive notifications. You can find instructions on how to create a discord webhook here and slack webhook here.

  • Block State: This parameter indicates the current state of a particular blockchain network. Users may set preferences for receiving alerts based on specific block states, such as latest, safe, finalized or any transactions. More information on block states is provided below: a) Latest: This means the transaction has been included in the most recent block. While this option provides the quickest reaction to blockchain events, please be aware that block reorganization events can occur, potentially causing the transaction to be removed from the chain. b) Safe: This state occurs when 32 blocks have been added after the block that included the target transaction. At this point, the transaction is considered approximately 70% less likely to be removed from the blockchain. c) Finalized: When 64 blocks have been added after the block containing the target transaction, it reaches the "Finalized" state. Transactions in this state are highly secure, with a minuscule chance of being removed from the blockchain, approximately 99.9999% less likely. d) Any: Any is a broad category and refers to a block in any state. It does not specify a particular condition such as being the latest, safe, or finalized. Instead, it encompasses all blocks, regardless of their current status.

  • Token Receiver: The address of the recipient of the tokens.

  • Token Sender: The address of the sender of the tokens.

  • Token: The specific ERC20 token that has been transferred.

  • Token Transfer Amount: This represents the quantity of tokens transferred as an ERC20 within that transaction. If the amount exceeds the specified threshold, a notification will be sent through the designated channels.

  • Token Transfer Amount in USDC: This denotes the equivalent value of tokens transferred in USDC stablecoin value within that transaction. If this value surpasses the specified threshold, a notification will be sent through the designated channels.

  1. Upon clicking on the Add button, a subscription notification popup will be displayed on the lower left. See the snapshot below for reference.

  1. An example of token transfer alert received on Discord is provided below for your reference.

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