What is Dispatch?
Dispatch is your hub for crypto, DeFi and blockchain automation; it gives anyone the ability to get alerts for real-time on-chain crypto, DeFi and NFT events and send that data wherever it's most convenient.
With an intuitive, easy no-code UI, Dispatch enables data to flow automatically and transparently across your product, team, and communities in just a few clicks — keeping internal and external parties in sync, and your user base engaged.
- Community: Keep your community engaged by automating on-chain activity notifications to channels you care about most
- Phygital: Easily connect the physical and digital worlds through real-time tracking of physical goods, NFT redemptions and forges
- Brands: Track real-time user engagement across your in-store, next gen IRL experiences & loyalty programs
- Gaming: Power dynamic Web3 game interfaces with the freshest user data
A Trigger is an event you want Dispatch to listen for.
Dispatch Trigger examples
Some Trigger examples:
- When specific events are emitted by smart contracts
- When a NFT from a specific collection is transferred
- When the balance of a specific token in a wallet changes
- When a token balance goes above or below a certain threshold
- When new trading pairs or pools are added on a DEX
An Action is what happens (what Dispatch does) when your Trigger conditions are met.
Some examples of Actions:
- Send an email
- Send a Telegram message
- Post in a Discord server channel
- Send a JSON payload to a webhook URL
Dispatch Action examples
In Dispatch, automations and alerts are called Patches.
Each automation, or Patch, consists of a Trigger and an Action.
Patches "fire" when Trigger conditions are met — meaning Dispatch performs the "Action", sending the Trigger's event data to the channel you've chosen.
- Send newly registered Ethereum Name Service names to my database via webhook
- Send me an email when the team wallet's ETH balance falls below 2 ETH
- Post in my project's Discord server when NFTs from a new drop are forged or minted
Dispatch currently supports event monitoring of verified smart contracts on these networks: