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Introducing Multi-Wallet View

Measuring and managing your DeFi assets just got easier.

As of January 26, 2022, Multi-Wallet View is only available on KeyFi Pro.

Portfolio Tracking

One of the most innovative aspects of blockchain technology is its transparency —anyone can view any transaction on the public ledger.

So, if you know someone’s wallet address —say, Vitalik Buterin’s— you can view all activity associated with his wallet, including his famous $1bn Shiba Inu donation.

As a result, tracking wallets has become gamified in several ways:

  • Monitoring “whale wallets” to predict major market movements
  • Studying others’ strategies and copy trading
  • Discovering new tokens

That’s why we introduced the “read-only” Track Portfolio feature in July 2021. Track Portfolio is currently available in both KeyFi Core and Pro apps.

Click Connect Wallet inside KeyFi app to find the Track Portfolio feature.

While Track Portfolio is useful, you can only view one address at a time. That means switching from your own Connected Wallet to the Tracked Wallet.

What is Multi-Wallet View?

Today, we are proud to launch Multi-Wallet View. You can now track multiple wallets from your dashboard, in one unified view!

Simply “add” more wallet addresses and see all assets in a consolidated view, all without disconnecting from your Connected Wallet.

Additional Features

Wallet Stacking

You can now group multiple wallets into “Stacks” that can be viewed on the dashboard. Think of Stacks as groups or folders of addresses, organized to your liking.

Track and Stack your wallets with KeyFi.

Now, you don’t need to calculate wallet balances one by one. Simply create a Stack and track the total value of those wallets!

Detailed Asset View

The new Detailed Asset View simply allows you to view your Assets broken down by Tracked Wallet. Click the Asset to see a detailed view.

In the example above, knowing the total BNB balance across all Tracked Wallets is useful, but what if you wanted to know how those BNB are distributed across those wallets?

In summary, you can now view your Assets by network, then asset, and finally wallet address.

Detailed Wallet View

While viewing Total Assets (organized by Asset) is the main use case of your Dashboard, you may want to see all of your Tracked Wallets first, before drilling down to their underlying assets.

Click More Details to view your Tracked Wallets’ assets quickly and easily. The More Details button is available only if your Stack has more than one wallet.

Detailed Platform View

If you have any assets on our existing supported Platforms (KeyFi, Uniswap, ApeSwap, Alkemi Network, etc.), you can now click on the Platform and view the location of those assets by Tracked Wallets.

In this example, the Platform section shows a $KEYFI position broken down by Platform (KeyFi app) and network (ETH, BSC, and Polygon) across all Tracked Wallets inside the Stack.

Click on the Platform and a wallet breakdown of the assets will pop up.

As of January 26, 2022, we are the only DeFi aggregator to our knowledge providing these types of detailed wallet, asset, and platform-driven views.

Although supported Platforms are limited at this time, we will integrate with many more per our roadmap in the coming months. An updated roadmap will be published soon.

Rename Wallets

Both your Connected Wallet and Tracked Wallet(s) can now be renamed. Go to Manage Wallets and click Rename.

Instructions

Step 1: Go to Manage Wallet

Click the Wallet icon in the upper right corner and then click Manage Wallets. There, you will find:

  • Connected Wallet — this is the main wallet that is connected and authorized to conduct transactions inside KeyFi app, e.g. swaps, borrow, lend, etc.
  • Tracked Wallets — wallets you have added
  • Stacks — groups of wallets that can be viewed on the dashboard

Step 2: Add Wallets

Click the “+” icon to add new wallets. We are currently supporting all ETH, BSC, and Polygon addresses. In this example, we have added three (3) Tracked Wallets.

Step 3: Create a Stack

In order to view your Tracked Wallet(s), you’ll need to add the wallet(s) to a Stack. Create one by clicking “+” under the Stacks section.

Select which address(es) you’d like to add to the Stack, which will later be viewed together.

Click Save and you’ll notice that the Stack is now added to the upper left corner of your screen.

Easily modify your Stack from any page inside KeyFi app by hovering over your Stack in the upper right corner and clicking Manage Stacks:

Step 4: Track your Stack

Click Dashboard in the menu and toggle between your Connected Wallet and newly-created Stack.

About KeyFi

Built from the ground up, KeyFi is a DeFi aggregator offering intelligent tools for managing your DeFi portfolio. We seek to solve user challenges such as juggling multiple wallets/platforms/chains, manually comparing interest rates, and the lack of historical data. This is all in service of KeyFi’s ultimate goal: to become a premier dApp for sophisticated users who want fine grain control over their assets.

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