Over the last few years, the cryptocurrency ecosystem has experienced a lot of growth. The introduction of Decentralized Finance (DeFi), and the popularity nonfungible tokens(NFT) have led a flurry of projects on over a dozen different blockchain networks.
Investors have to keep track multiple wallet addresses. Portfolio trackers are a popular choice for traders who need to manage a multichain portfolio.
These are three portfolio-tracking, decentralized apps, or DApps that crypto traders can use for monitoring their investments.
Zapper supports basic management of cryptocurrencies on 11 networks, including Ethereum, Polygon and BNB Chain, Fantom. Avalanche, Optimism, Polygon and Fantom.
The homepage’s basic layout provides information about the protocols the connected wallet is currently using and a breakdown of assets on each network.
Token swaps can be performed through a basic swap interface, which integrates with liquidity on decentralized Exchanges like Uniswap and Pangolin. Users can also use the bridging function to transfer assets between supported chains.
Traders may also deposit assets into pools using Zapper protocols such as PancakeSwap and SushiSwap.
Other integrations include the possibility to harvest assets and deposit assets in vaults on Yearn.finance.
Portfolio managers similar to Zapper include Zerion and Instadapp.
NFTBank, a portfolio tracker for free, is designed to help you manage your NFT holdings. It provides a range of tools that can be used to assist with research and tracking.
The main portfolio interface provides a quick breakdown of profits and losses for the NFTs in the linked wallet. It details the total revenue, total expenditure, return on investment, and current inventory value.
You can also share a snapshot of your portfolio’s progress on social media.
You can view a more detailed breakdown and track the performance of your assets, access an activity log of all interactions with different collections, and Download tax filing papers to report earnings to the appropriate government agencies.
NFTBank also offers an NFT Explorer, which allows you to search through collections on Ethereum Klaytn Ronin and Polygon. This allows you to view data such as current and past floor prices, percentage changes, volume over the last 30 days, and the daily NFTs that were newly listed in each collection.
A price search feature allows users to search 1,222 different collections to find the “deal of the day,” and it breaks them down by estimated price, floor price, listing price, rarity rank and an overpriced/underpriced rating.
NFT trackers comparable to NFTBank include ArtCentral.io, Value.app., and the DappRadar portfolio tracking tracker.
DeBank is an advanced interface that allows DeFi investors to manage their holdings across 19 different blockchain networks including Ethereum, BNB Chain and Polygon, Chronos, and HECO.
DeBank’s main interface provides a breakdown of each network’s value. Users can also view a more detailed analysis of each wallet, across DeFi and NFT platforms.
DeBank’s NFT Section currently supports 414 collections via the Ethereum network. It provides basic information, such as the name and floor price of each NFT.
Active DeFi users will find the Token Approval section useful. It lists all active contract approvals for connected wallets, as well as the amount approved. Also, it provides a breakdown of risk exposure.
– You can manage your token approval rights @DeBankDeFi using a simple UI:
— DeBank (@DeBankDeFi
February 28, 2021
Users can reject any contract that is currently approved by DeBank using the Token Approval Manager tool.
The platform also includes a section called “Feeds”, which allows users to follow high Web3 Social Rankings users and track their trades, NFT purchases, and social commentary.
DeBank also provides a “DeFi List”, which includes data on over 1,165 protocols across all supported networks. It breaks them down into tags such as yield aggregater, decentralized exchange or options.
Portfolio trackers that are similar to DeBank include Zerion, Ape Board and Tin.network.
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