CoinStats now supports Fantom
We are thrilled to announce that CoinStats, the leading crypto portfolio management solution on the market, has integrated Fantom into its innovative app.
With its ever-growing range of features, the CoinStats app is a comprehensive one-stop-shop for all crypto holders and traders. CoinStats’ web and mobile apps offer users a single dashboard that aggregates user account holdings from major blockchain wallets and exchanges, such as Coinbase, MetaMask, Binance, and dozens more.
With a single click, crypto investors can access a wealth of information, including portfolio visualizations, profit/loss statements, order histories, and open order status. The CoinStats Total Portfolio link option enables traders to customize and share information about their trading strategies and holdings. Since CoinStats blocks asset withdrawals from connected accounts, users can rest assured that their funds remain secure.
In addition to portfolio tracking, CoinStats also offers in-app trading ‒ this feature will be added to the Fantom integration. Soon investors will be able to deposit to wallet accounts and swap tokens at the best available rates via an app that offers reliable protection from phishing and hacking attacks.
Here’s what CoinStats CEO Narek Gevorgyan had to say about the integration:
“Fantom is an increasingly popular EVM-compatible chain with high transaction throughput. We believe the future of projects solving the scalability problem is bright. Plus, there is tons of DeFi activity happening on Fantom based on TVL data, and this coincides with CoinStats’ vision of DeFi management. The integration will help us provide the best service for our DeFi users.”
To welcome the Fantom community, CoinStats is offering a 55% discount on CoinStats Premium. Enter the promo code fantom at checkout, or click here to take advantage of this offer.
“At a moment when users increasingly maintain digital asset holdings across several accounts, CoinStats offers Fantom users a valuable tool for portfolio management and swapping. CoinStats’ streamlined dashboard is easy to use and aligns perfectly with our focus on developing tools and infrastructure applications to enhance user experience.” Michael Kong, CEO Fantom
Getting started with CoinStats
Below is a short guide aimed at new users. CoinStats is backed by a committed and highly responsive team. For any additional questions or details, please visit the CoinStats Help Center.
1. What exchanges/wallets/coins does CoinStats support?
CoinStats supports almost any exchange, all major blockchains, and an extensive range of wallets, including Coinbase, MetaMask, and the Ledger and Trezor hardware wallets. The app supports all crypto assets and provides NFT tracking as well.
2. How much does it cost to use CoinStats?
A basic CoinStats account is free and allows users to add and manage up to 3 portfolios. For extended functionality, CoinStats offers a selection of affordable subscriptions for all levels of traders. To celebrate integration with Fantom, CoinStats is offering users a special 55% discount on pro subscriptions.
3. How do I connect my Fantom wallet to CoinStats?
- If you are a first-time user, visit CoinStats and create an account by clicking Get Started on the upper right-hand side of the screen.
For this short guide, we use an email signup, connect to a Fantom address on MetaMask, and access CoinStats on a desktop browser.
- Once you specify an email address and password, you will be automatically logged in and see the Connect Exchange/Wallet page.
Click Connect Wallet.
- Enter “Fantom” in the search box.
Click Fantom Wallet.
- Name your portfolio, enter your Fantom Wallet address, and click Connect. The system will read your wallet balance. Note that as CoinStats does not allow withdrawals, your funds remain safe.
- The subsequent main dashboard screen immediately presents a global overview of holdings and recent price action.
Users can track NFTs and access transaction histories, charts displaying holdings, and open order data. Further options like deposits may be accessed by clicking More Actions on the right side of the screen.
More accounts may be added by clicking Connect Portfolio. On the left side of the screen, one can toggle between views of All Assets across all connected portfolios or single account portfolios views.
4. How can I create and share a snapshot of my portfolio?
- CoinStats makes it easy to share a snapshot of your holdings.
To create a shareable URL that will link to a customized visualization page, visit the main dashboard and click the link symbol at the lower left side of the screen.
- CoinStats immediately creates a link. Select the portfolio to share and configure preferences as desired.
Here, we opt not to display balances, but to show profit and a pie chart displaying holdings. These options can be changed anytime, and the link updates automatically.
Links can be added or disabled by selecting the appropriate option.
- Once configured, copy the link URL and close the options window. Visiting the link yields the following portfolio information:
4. How do I swap tokens on CoinStats?
CoinStats has integrated various protocols for liquidity and for enablement of decentralized trading. Swaps are coming to Fantom soon!
CoinStats develops essential tools for casual and professional crypto investors. The CoinStats portfolio manager app offers users a complete solution for managing holdings across crypto wallets/exchange accounts and swapping tokens at the best available rates. Advanced visualization tools, curated news feeds, and market overview functionalities further grant users holistic portfolio views to support informed decision-making.
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