PoolTogether: user deposits and withdrawals recipes
Last week we launched HAL v1, introducing our first Recipe for tracking winners and user deposits on PoolTogether:
Out Pooltogether bot :)
We spent the rest of the week releasing one recipe a day, starting to integrate some of the biggest DeFi platforms with HAL: we already have recipes for PoolTogether, Aave, Compound, Loopring, Synthetix and thanks to Chainlink we even track gas prices.
Following the great feedback and suggestions we received from the Argentinian community, today we go back to PoolTogether to add a couple of recipes to monitor user deposits 👉 💵 and withdrawals 💵 👉.
Here is a walk through with Deposits, but Withdrawals work in just the same way. Head over to https://9000.hal.xyz/pooltogether and select the “Deposit Notification” recipe.
You can enter your address, if you want to track deposits for that address only, or leave the field blank to track all deposits. Next you want to select the pool you want to watch, DAI or USDC, and optionally you can set a threshold too:
Now you only need to connect your action. For example, when we added these functionalities to our PoolTogether bot we simply selected “Post to Twitter” option, and tweaked our tweet a little to fit our needs:
Don’t worry though, the pre-filled message already has everything you need in it. If you want to tweak it using our template system, you’ll find the documentation on our Gitbook. Here is what the standard template looks like:
BTW, Twitter was just an example — you can connect as many actions you want to your new trigger. We support webhooks, Email, Twitter, Telegram, Discord, or Slack — and soon, on-chain actions as well!
We’re on a roll integrating some of the most popular DeFi platforms: we already have recipes for PoolTogether, Aave, Compound, Loopring, Synthetix and thanks to Chainlink we even track gas prices.
You can also consider supporting us on Gitcoin! 🙏🏽
Where to go from here
We’re going to release several new recipes over the next days, but we’d also love to hear from you which recipe you’d like to see next by filling the Typeform here.
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