@tipElectron tip bot

Send Electron coins with Twitter

Tip bot manual

The tip bot is keyword driven. It searches for pre-defined keywords in your tweet. To use the tip bot, you must mention @tipElectron in your tweet.

To use the @tipElectron tipbot, include in your tweet:

  1. @tipElectron
  2. One Keyword. Not case sensitive. Multiple keywords will prevent processing of your tweet
  3. Depending on your keyword, additional text are required. Supported keywords (balance, help, tip, deposit, withdraw, withdrawall) are listed below:

Balance

Help

Tip or Send

  1. Number amount of your tip. Minimum 1 Electron coins, Maximum 1,000 Electron coins. Amount will be rounded to 2 decimal places
  2. Twitter @usernames of the recipients of your tip, up to 8 recipients, separated by space

Deposit

Withdraw

  1. Your Electron withdraw address
  2. Number amount of your withdraw. Minimum 1 Electron coins, Maximum 1,000 Electron coins. Amount will be rounded to 2 decimal places

WithdrawAll

  1. Your Electron withdraw address

Note:

  1. Do not include more than 1 keyword
  2. If an amount is needed for the keyword, do not include more than one number in your tweet. Otherwise the tipbot will not be able to distinguish which number is the amount
  3. After the required texts, additional text can be included. Special characters and none database-safe words will not be stored on our server
  4. Once your tweet has been processed, the tipbot will mark it as a favorite
  5. Depending on your settings, a tweet or direct message will be sent to notify you of the result.
  6. Transaction fee paid to the network are 0.01 Electron coins for deposits and withdraws.
  7. Tips have no fees
  8. You cannot tip yourself or the @tipElectron tipbot
  9. Tip recipients are users listed as mentioned users from the twitter API
  10. Users are currently limited to 20 tip bot requests (tweets) per hour. Additional requests will be ignored. This includes all of the above and masstips keywords.
  11. Daily withdraw maximum is 10,000 Electrons per 24-hour period.