Deployed: Portfolio Tracking for DeFiChain Wallet

Yield Monitor DeFiChain (DFI) Asset Tracking


DeFiChain (DFI) investors can now track pool and asset performance metrics and their individual portfolios within Yield Monitor. Start by searching for DFI or directly adding a DFI wallet address within your account.

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Introducing our first non-EVM wallet tracking, starting with DeFiChain (DFI) assets.

Discover how you can leverage Yield Monitor to track pool and asset performance metrics, and track your own DeFiChain (DFI) wallet within your private account.

Yield Monitor tracks thousands of assets across major blockchains like Avalanche, Fantom, Polygon and, more recently, DeFiChain. And now, for the first time, DeFi investors can track their native DFI wallets from their Yield Monitor dashboard. This is an exciting first step as we expand wallet tracking features beyond EVM addresses. Now DFI investors can leverage our growing suite of data-driven tools to make strategic, timely investment decisions and build more profitable portfolios.

What is DeFiChain (DFI)?

Developed by the DeFiChain Foundation, DeFiChain is a blockchain dedicated to fast, intelligent and transparent decentralized financial services, accessible by everyone. Designed for decentralized finance, DeFiChain offers comprehensive functionality tailored to the Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) community, with an emphasis on simplicity, speed, and security.

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Per DeFiChain’s white paper, while it builds on top of Bitcoin, it keeps its own consensus mechanism and function set, allowing for all those characteristics that Bitcoin does not inherently have. This is achieved by DeFiChain being a dedicated non-Turing-complete blockchain, designed specifically for the DeFi industry.

How to Track DeFiChain Assets in Yield Monitor

To start tracking DeFiChain pools and digital assets, simply log in to your Yield Monitor account and leverage our multi-chain database to search for DFI assets, or add your DFI wallet address to view your personal portfolio performance. Investors can leverage our growing suite of tools and Expanded Details pages to find more granular performance data for each liquidity pool, which now includes Single Asset charts and Asset Trade Ratios.

Yield Monitor DeFiChain (DFI) Asset Tracking

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How to Add Your DFI Wallet Address to Yield Monitor

Once you sign in, you’ll be able to view existing tracked wallets within your account, and you’ll have the option to add a new wallet by selecting the Manage Wallets option. From there, simply paste your DFI wallet address to add it to your account.

Adding Wallet Address to Yield Monitor Account

Viewing Advanced Portfolio Charts

Leverage our tools to track your assets, including the assets in your wallet, their $USD value, and the number of tokens and/or pool tokens you own. From this portfolio view, users can access deeper pool data within the Expanded Details pages.

Yield Monitor DeFiChain (DFI) Portfolio Charts

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