What is Zapier?

Zapier is an online automation tool that connects your favorite apps, such as Gmail, Slack, Mailchimp, and more than 2,000 others. You can automate repetitive tasks with workflows known as Zaps. A Zap connects two or more apps to automate part of your business or personal tasks. A Zap is created using a trigger and one or more actions. A trigger is an event in an app that starts the Zap. After a trigger occurs, Zapier automatically completes an actionβ€”or series of actionsβ€”in another app. This seamless connection between apps enables complex tasks to be completed automatically, saving time and improving productivity.

See all supported apps here: https://zapier.com/apps.

How does Zapier fit in with BitBadges?

The process of claiming a badge can be customized with Zapier to integrate any app you would like. When automating claims with Zapier, you will follow the approach of upon doing something (custom trigger), claim a badge (action).

Example Use Cases w/ BitBadges and Zapier

1. Registration with BitBadges

  • Trigger: A user registers for an event through your website. The registration process is gated by Blockin authentication or Sign in with BitBadges to check badge ownership as well. This can be done with the Webhooks by Zapier plugin.

  • Action: Zapier claims a unique badge as proof of registration on behalf of the user.

2. Course Completion Certificates

  • Trigger: A user completes an online course.

  • Action: Zapier communicates with your course platform and issues the user a unique claim code or secret ID for the certification badge or ceritification secret.

Remember, these are just examples to spark ideas. The possibilities are endless with Zapier and BitBadges integration. Familiarize yourself with both platforms to make the most out of your automations.


The custom trigger step is left up to you to implement from Zapier's 6000+ apps.


With the claim or action step of the automated flow, you have a couple options depending on your use case.

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