📈Calls

Supported chains ETH, BSC, Avalanche, Solana, Polygon.

  • The calls table displays the most recent calls obtained from tracked channels, labeled with chain and token, within a specific time period.

  • There is an option to filter the table using the Marketing Channel and Sort, and also conveniently search for a specific token by typing it in.

The Calls page provides a overall overview of the data tracked for each token used in a Telegram bot that is active in several hundred channels. This data is essential for monitoring and analyzing the usage and value of tokens. Here is the description of the data tracked and the sources from which is obtained.

  1. Chain: The Chain field indicates the blockchain network on which the token operates. It specifies whether the token belongs to a specific blockchain, such as Ethereum (ETH), Binance Smart Chain (BSC), or others.

  2. Token: The Token field represents the name or symbol of the specific token being tracked. It provides a unique identifier for each token.

  3. Liquidity: The Liquidity data represents the amount of liquidity available for the token in its respective decentralized exchange (DEX) or liquidity pool. It provides insights into the token's trading volume and market depth.

  4. Multiplier: The Multiplier field refers to a factor that is applied to certain calculations or operations involving the token. It can be used to adjust values based on specific parameters or requirements.

  5. Market Cap: The Market Cap denotes the total value of all tokens in circulation. It is calculated by multiplying the token's current price by its circulating supply. Market cap is commonly used as an indicator of a token's overall value and market size.

  6. Channel Name: The Channel Name field identifies the specific Telegram channels where the bot is active and receives calls. It provides information about the channels through which users interact with the bot.

  7. Posted: The Posted field indicates the timestamp or time at which the token is posted or mentioned in the Telegram channels. It helps provide a chronological record of when the token information is shared.

  8. Votes: The Votes field tracks the number of votes received for the token. Users can vote for or express their support for the token through this platform. These votes help assess the sentiment or popularity of the token within the OracleAI community.

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