Before we answer that question, it important for us to learn about Telegram. Simply put, Telegram can be thought of as a “messaging service” that lays huge importance on speed and security. It is completely free to use, and can be used on a number of different devices simultaneously, thereby allowing for faster information retrieval.
In terms of its technical specifications, we can see that Telegram allows its users to send/receive messages, photos, videos and files of any type (doc, zip, mp3, etc). Not only that, it also allows for the creation of large chat groups that can hold over 50,000 people at any given time.
Lastly, in addition to everything we have just mentioned, Telegram also allows for end-to-end encrypted voice calls to be made.
Crypler in its core essence is an “automated crypto bot” that has been designed to notify all of its subscribers about any new alt-currencies that are released into the commercial market for trade. It works around the clock, and soon as a currency is added on any “verified online exchange”, it automatically sends out a message to all of its subscribers (telling them about the same).
This bot has been developed by a user called @Deams, and can be made use of by signing up for Telegram, and then adding the service to our account.