Last updated by Jamiu Idowu a month ago
In this part of the tutorial, we will detect a deposit of any ERC-20 token on a single chain, e.g. Binance chain (you can choose any of the available chains). Now, let’s go back to our zap to edit the trigger (Grindery Gateway). This time, we will be choosing Tokens on EVM Chains as Grindery Driver and Transfer as Driver trigger. Under Blockchain, select your EVM chain. Next, add the contract address (you can add 0x0) and the recipient’s address. You don’t necessarily need to add the sender's address since you are only detecting deposits. Click Continue and Test Trigger.
Now, go to the Google Sheets action initially set up and add the corresponding data to each field e.g. for Credit Amount, select Data Value . Once you are done, click Continue and Test Action. You should see the transaction details on your Google Sheets now.
And that’s it, you can now proceed to Part 3 .