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MyDogeTip on Twitter

Using the MyDogeTip Twitter bot

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Written by Alex
Updated over a week ago

New User Guide (claiming & sending tips)

  1. To use the @MyDogeTip Twitter bot, first you need to install the MyDoge wallet app on your phone. (

  2. Create a user profile and sign in to the dogeverse.

  3. Connect your Twitter. Tap user avatar in the top-left corner to open the Account screen. From there, you'll see a "Connect Twitter" button. Tap that and complete the login flow. Now you're ready to start tipping!

  4. Once you sign in to Twitter, any pending tips that users have sent you will become ready for confirmation. The senders will be notified and must confirm their tips. There's nothing you need to do after sign in!

  5. Sending tips to your Twitter friends is easy! Just tweet @MyDogeTip with the command 'tip', the recipient's Twitter handle, and an amount. Example:

  6. The bot will respond on Twitter with confirmation or any errors.

  7. If the user has connected their Twitter to their MyDoge wallet, you can complete the tip immediately by confirming it fromMyDoge app wallet screen.

    If not, you will have to wait for that user to link their Twitter to their MyDoge wallet before completing your tip. The pending tip will show on the “pending” tab of the history screen. You can access it from the wallet homescreen.

  8. Please use the Help Center on the Settings screen for any further issues.

MyDogeTip is non-custodial: what does that mean?

When you send a tip on Twitter, you are required to confirm the tip from the MyDoge app. That's because MyDoge never has access to your Dogecoin. All tips go directly from your wallet to the recipient's wallet.

Why is my outgoing tip pending?

If you send a tip to a user who doesn't have the MyDoge app, or has not connected their Twitter account, your tip will show as pending. Once that user creates a MyDoge wallet and links their Twitter, you will be able to complete the tip.

This flow is required to keep MyDogeTip 100% non-custodial.

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