Popular crypto wallet MetaMask has introduced a new dapp that lets users check and manage their entire portfolio at once.
Crypto Wallet MetaMask Has Launched A Beta Portfolio Dapp
As announced by the wallet in a blogpost, the new decentralized app (dapp) helps users monitor both their cryptocurrency and non-fungible token portfolios.
MetaMask is one of the most popular self-custodial wallet options in the market, available both in the form of a mobile app as well as a web extension.
A feature that users had often requested the wallet to add was a way to view their full portfolio in one place. Before, there wasn’t any method to do so using MetaMask services alone, and users had to use outside sources in order to get a complete report on their assets across crypto, DeFi, and NFTs.
With the new portfolio dapp, portfolio.metamask.io, MetaMask users can finally do it in a more convenient way. “There you have it! You no longer need a calculator and the patience of a saint to see your Web3 assets in one place,” said the wallet in a tweet.
The dapp supports multiple chains, meaning users can view assets from multiple networks at once. Currently, there are 7 supported networks in total, with the wallet planning to add more in the future.
There is also a “watch any wallet” feature in the portfolio manager that allows users to connect not only multiple MetaMask accounts, but also offline and hardware wallets.
NFTs can be seen from the dapp as well. There is an easy-to-view mode that users can toggle to see their non-fungible tokens on Ethereum Mainnet and Polygon. “NFT values and pricing estimates are not currently available but are in the works, so stay tuned,” teases MetaMask.
At the time of writing, Bitcoin’s price floats around $19.3k, up 1% in the last seven days. Over the past month, the crypto has lost 4% in value.
Below is a chart that shows the trend in the price of the coin over the last five days.
The value of the crypto seems to have been moving mostly flat during the last few days | Source: BTCUSD on TradingView
Bitcoin has observed little activity in recent days as the price has been consolidating sideways around the $19k level. The only major movement recently was the surge to $20k, which didn’t last too long.
At the moment, it’s unclear when the crypto may escape from this stagnation, or which direction it may breakout into whenever it does.
Featured image from Consensys, chart from TradingView.com