Significant change updates will notify you when the price of a particular asset changes 'significantly'.

You can toggle a notification for a token/asset by pressing on the token either in the Following, Markets or Portfolio, then scrolling across to the "Alerts" Tab and changing the toggle for Significant Price Change to On/Off.

Once you receive a push notification, you will not receive another one for the same asset for a minimum of 1 hour unless, you open the Delta app, then it resets.

Crypto Significant Price Change

Significant price change push notifications for Crypto are triggered depending on percentage of movement and market cap rank.
You can see below what will cause a notification to trigger.

Market Cap Rank

% Required to trigger

1 - 3

2.5%

4 - 10

4%

11 - 50

5%

51 - 100

10%

101 - 250

20%

251+

30%

Stocks Significant Price Change

For stocks it is done differently than crypto. It is a dynamic threshold.

We use a more advanced system. It will monitor the last several days of volatility and then give a notification if there is a different spike in rise or decline.

Example: TSLA experiences plus or minus 2-3% swings daily for last few days then 3% is not significant but then if TSLA moves 5% that would be. On the other hand, if an asset like S&P 500 (an index) which is usually less volatile experiences 0.5 - 1% changes daily then a 2-3% change is significant for the S&P 500.

If you find you are receiving these push notifications and you have them turned off in the Settings in Delta - Push Notifications or some other technical issue or question. Please head to Settings in Delta - Support - Contact Support or email us here, and please provide a screenshot of the push notification, a screenshot of the push notification toggle being off and we can look into it for you.

PRO TIP: Some devices require Delta to be trusted in the devices settings before push notifications will be shown.

PRO TIP 2: Notifications cannot be cleared in the notifications tab of Delta.

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