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Welcome to our Webhooks functionality, designed to empower your BLOOCK integration with automated reactions triggered by events. Here's a comprehensive overview of how Webhooks work and the benefits they bring to your application:

What is a Webhook?

A webhook is an HTTP request triggered by an event in the source system and sent to the destination system. When an event occurs in the source system, such as submitting a record to BLOOCK, a webhook is automatically sent out to notify the destination system.

Utilizing Webhooks in BLOOCK:

BLOOCK leverages webhooks to notify your application when events occur in the source system. Webhooks are particularly useful for asynchronous events, like waiting for a record to be confirmed on the blockchain.

By using this feature you will obtain:

  • Automation: Automate reactions in your application based on events occurring in BLOOCK.
  • Real-time Notifications: Receive instant notifications about important events, such as record submissions and confirmations.
  • Efficiency: Streamline processes by eliminating the need for manual confirmation checks and reducing waiting times.

How to Get Started:

  • Subscribe to BLOOCK's events and provide your notification URL to start receiving webhook notifications.
  • Seamlessly integrate BLOOCK's Webhooks functionality into your application to automate reactions and enhance efficiency.