XY Dispatcher allows users to send any tokens following ERC20 standards across all supported chains to hundreds of addresses in just a few clicks! By batch transferring and automating the process, XY Dispatcher provides the easiest and fastest tool for token airdrops! On top of the user-friendly interface, XY Dispatcher, unlike other alternatives, will filter out repetitive wallet addresses, you can batch-send to addresses with different amounts and soon users will be able to batch-send tokens with ENS addresses.
Connect your Web3 wallet through MetaMask 🦊 or WalletConnect📡.
Step 2: Confirm the network
Make sure that the network is switched to the right chain. In the example, we will be batch sending tokens on the Cronos chain.
Step 3: Select the token you wish to batch-send
A wide variety of token types will be listed below for you to choose from once you're going about the transaction. This list of tokens is still being widened, hence a more comprehensive network!
Step 4: Input address & amount
Specify a list of addresses & amounts by either importing a CSV file or manually inputting the addresses & amounts. If you don’t know what CSV is, you can download the CSV example by clicking the “Download CSV example” button.
Steps 5 & 6: Confirm the information
Double-check the information including the recipients and the amount you wish to batch-send, then you are all set to click the “Send token” button to proceed.
Step 7: Approve the trade
Upon clicking “Send token”, a transaction will thus be initiated, which requires you to access your Web3 wallet for approval.
After confirming the transaction from your wallet, your transaction will be submitted automatically and bring you to the next page.
Step 8: Post-transaction inspection
You will be able to see an overview of your batch-sent transaction details as well as your ongoing transaction.
Once the transaction is completed, you can check on explorer with the transaction ID provided or download the PDF file for your reference.
Finally, a detailed list of all transactions executed via our protocol will be available. You can confirm the transaction in our Vault on the top-right corner of the web page. This transaction history is necessary and does add another layer of safety and security to the user experience.