EtherDrops bot for groups and channels

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⦿ Table of contents

What is EtherDrops bot for groups and channels?
Step-by-step instructions
What is Manage Profiles?
How to add a new Profile?
How to add coins, wallet, liquidity pools and swaps to Profiles?
Are there any additional profile settings?
What is Copy Profile?
How can I edit added coins, wallets and pools?
Can I use EtherDrops bot individually and for groups at the same time?
Who can add EtherDrops bot to groups and channels?
Special commands by a slash /
Use cases
🅐 Influencers
🅑 Separate your individual notifications
🅒 Group and channel admins
🅓 Degens

1. What is EtherDrops bot for groups and channels?

Manage Profile” section has been introduced for all your group`s and channel`s needs in the Main Menu.

2. Step-by-step instructions

3. What is Manage Profiles?

A Profile is an account that can be used for one or multiple groups or channels. To create notifications, you add coins, swaps, wallets and liquidity pools settings to this Profile and select which group or channel you want to link it to.

By default, you have a “Main Profile”. This is where you add coins, swaps etc. for your individual notifications. But you can use your “Main Profile” for groups and channels as well. In this case, every notification that you receive in your individual bot will be also sent the the group or channel.

You can have multiple Profiles so you can separate various events. For example, you can have one Profile to send Ethereum whale wallet activity notifications to one group, and create another Profile to monitor DEX swaps with various coins at another group.

⦿ Only one EtherDrops bot per group/channel. If you try to add bot to a group and it has already been added, you`ll be notified about it.

⦿ EtherDrops bot has multiple bots like EtherDROPS5_bot, EtherDROPS2_bot etc. It don`t matter which one you add. Simply add the one you`re using (your active bot). If later on you switch to another bot, your your Profiles and settings will be transferred over.

4. How to add a new Profile?

  1. Main Menu” ➼ “Manage Profiles” ➼ “+ Add Profile”.

2. Or “Main Menu” ➼ “+ Add” ➼ “Profile”.

3. Your last step if to name this Profile.

5. How to add coins, wallet, liquidity pools and swaps to Profiles?

Find a Profile you wish to make changes to and select “Edit”. You`ll now be presented with some options. Depending on what you wish to add, select either “Edit coins” and then “Add Coin”, “Edit wallets” and then “Add Wallet”, or “Edit pools” and then “Add Pool”. The process of adding coins, wallets and pools is exactly the same as if you were adding it to your individual monitoring and has already been covered in this article.

For demonstration purposes, we will add a coin for a group monitoring. We have already created a group to keep an eye on the performance of some popular TOP coins the community follows. EtherDrops bot has already been added to that group and a Profile created, which we named “TOP coins”. Now we go straight to “Manage Profiles” to open that Profile.

Next, you`ll see the menu for this Profile. Make sure the switch is “ON” next to the group you want these notifications to be sent to. Other groups and channels have are set to “OFF”. But you can have multiple “ON” for a single profile if you wish. Now click “Edit Coins” and then select “Add coin”.

Enter the coin`s name or contract (if it is ERC-20, BSC or Polygon).

Select DEX, CEX and the network. Set the % price change to create a price notification for that coin. Then you`ll be prompted to specify a swap volume for that coin. And this is it, a coin has been successfully added to the Profile.

Once added, you`ll see a number attached next to “Edit Coins”. This number corresponds to the number of coins added to the following Profile. The same applies to “Edit Wallets” and “Edit Pools”. In our case, we have 9 added coins, but none for wallets and pools.

If you only have your Main profile, which is used for both your individual and group/channel purposes, then the quickest way to add a coin, wallet, liquidity pool or swap is to click “Add coin”, “Add pool”, “Add wallet” from the “Main Menu” and then follow through the exactly same process described above. In this case you`ll be receiving notifications not just to you individual (private) account, but also in the added group/channel.

6. Are there any additional profile settings?

⦿“Rename”- you can rename the selected profile;
⦿“Delete”- if selected, a profile gets deleted and no notifications are sent to groups and channels.

7. What is Copy Profile?

8. How can I edit added coins, wallets and pools?

In this example, we`ll choose “Edit Coins”. Once selected, you`ll be displayed with a range of coins added to this profile. Now select the coin you wish to make edits to.

There will be several options for your. You can Delete, turn your Notifications ON or OFF for this specific coin, change Price Denomination (in USD, BNB, ETH, BTC), change the price % notification alert, create a price alert (if a coin is x USD, you`ll receive a notification), or change swaps alerts.

The procedure is exactly the same for pools and wallets.

If you`re using your Main Profile for both your individual and group notifications, then everything your edit in this profile will affect both your individual and group notifications the same way.

9. Can I use EtherDrops bot individually and for groups at the same time?

10. Who can add EtherDrops bot to groups and channels?

⦿ Normal groups- anybody. You`ll be notified if the bot has already been added to the group if you try to add one yourself.

11. Special commands by a slash /

List of available commands:
/btc or /bitcoin (or any other crypto by a full name or crypto)

/contract address (any DEX token from ETH, BSC, or Polygon network)
/gas (to find the current gas price)
/coins (to see the list of added coins)
/pools (to see the list of added liquidity pools)
/help (for general help request and info)

12. Use cases

🅐 Influencers

🅑 Separate your individual notifications

Imagine there is one wallet you`re following and you don`t want to miss a single notification associated with it. In this case, it`d be useful to set up a separate channel or group with these exact notifications.

Click Telegram settings, then “New Group” or “New channel”. Name that group or channel and invite EtherDrops bot to it. For demonstrational purposes, we`ve created a channel “Binance insider activity” to monitor wallet transactions and possibly copy trades.

Then create a Profile and add the wallet. Make sure the Switch is “ON” next to this channel.

You`ll now be receiving notifications on wallet transactions. No extra noise, super-easy to monitor.

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🅒 Group and channel admins

Add the bot to your group or channel. Create a Profile for Starlink. Add STARL coin (by name or contract), add a WETH-STARL liquidity pool and, if you wish, some whale wallets to keep up with major transactions. Turn the switch “ON” for this group/channel.

Now head back to you group/channel, kick back and relax! Your community will be the first to discover the most recent events and transactions (this is because EtherDrops is even quicker than the BSC and Etherscan networks themselves in some cases).

🅓 Degens

Set up separate groups or channels for different coins. That way it is easy to check most recent updates relating to specific coins and discover profit opportunities, arbitrage deals and much more!

Thank you for your time! We hope you`ll find the new feature of our bot useful. Will be great to hear your thought and feedback:
Main Menu” ➼ “Contact us”.

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