Logged-in users with tracked wallets can view visual charts that offer better context about their asset performance. We can consider portfolio charts to be a more advanced feature for Registered Users compared to our standard Liquidity Pool Charts or Yield Farm Charts, which are available to everyone.
In this image, we’re looking at three hypothetical liquidity pools across different networks and protocols. In the cards, we see that the user can toggle different points of data:
- The price of the LP Token (in $USD)
- The $USD value of their entire investment
- The amount of LP Tokens they holdd
In the mock-up reference above, we can see three liquidity pool holdings in this user’s tracked wallet. The first card shows us the Banana-BUSD pool on ApeSwap in the Binance network. We can see:
- LP Token Price
- % change in price over the chart’s default timespan
- Colored chart graphs reflecting:
- LP Token Price
- $USD Value of that user’s holdings
- Amount of LP Tokens they hold
Just like our standard Liquidity Pool Charts, we see the six icons below the chart that will take users to the Expanded Details page. Each icon reflects a different tracked data point related to the pool, like:
- Expanded Pool Details (Page) view
- General Information (Tab) view
- LP Token Ratio (Tab) view
- Impermanent Loss Calculation (Tab) view
- Order Book (Tab) view
- Tracked Pools List (Tab) view
- Tracked Farms List (Tab) view
Below the icons, we can also see a preview of other tracked liquidity pools across different DeFi protocols for each particular asset pair. For example, in our first card (Banana-BUSD), we see this pairing is also available on PancakeSwap and Sushi Swap. This offers a quick glimpse at other opportunities for investors looking to expand their portfolio footprint.
If a user holds the LP Token across multiple protocols, we’ll show that data on the card. You can see an example here, in the middle of the page. In this hypothetical WBTC.e — USDC pool, the investor holds most of their LP Tokens in Pangolin. But, we also see they have a small amount with Trader Joe and Lydia Finance, too.