Would you like to receive proactive updates by e-mail whenever a new RSR/RSV-related event is announced? One of the members of the Reserve community created an excellent free tool for exactly this purpose. Read this post if you're interested ⬇️

Hello Reserve community :wave:,

One of our community members, Florian (http://twitter.com/cryptoveyor), contacted me on Telegram today with the announcement that a free tool he created just went into early access.

His tool, called Cryptoveyor, tracks all events/announcements related to cryptocurrency projects (think AMA/interview announcements, new listings, new staking opportunities, new partnerships and so on) and lets users receive e-mails whenever something new gets added.

I thought this would be a great help for those members of the community who are not as active on social media channels but still would like to be proactively updated whenever something happens in the RSR/RSV sphere; especially since August/September will be big PR-months for Reserve.

If this is something that could be useful for you, here are the steps you can take to receive e-mail notification for RSR/RSV:

  • Navigate to the Cryptoveyor RSR page here.

  • Create an account with the e-mail address on which you would like to receive updates:
    CV_CreateAccount

  • After logging in, click the “Get notified” button on one of the sections on the page:

  • Decide what type of event(s) you would like to be notified of (1) (you can also leave this on “Any”) and select “Reserve Rights Token” in the Asset field. Finally, press the “Get notified on Events” button:

  • Define a name for your new query and press the “Create Query” button:
    CV_CreateQuery

  • Your query has now been created. You will receive automatic e-mail notifications whenever a new update gets added to one of the sections:
    CV_Query

If you want to follow developments of Cryptoveyor, feel free to follow him on any of the following social media channels:

Disclaimer: I am not affiliated in any way with Cryptoveyor, just thought it could be a handy tool for those that are not closely following social media.