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Our platform provides a multitude of utility in all aspects of DeFi, so it may be a little hard to grasp all that we offer. Here's a quick first guide to get you started:
On your home page, you'll see a general overview of all your assets. For a more detailed look into each type of asset, refer to the 'Investment' section of our sidebar. There you will find the following:
A quick way to see what tokens you are holding on any of your wallets, on any of our supported blockchains, is the Wallet page. This includes any assets currently sitting in your wallet, meaning any tokens not staked, deposited or otherwise interacting with any DeFi protocols.
This not only includes deposits in the hundreds of dapps we support, but also native staking, such as staking ETH on Ethereum, AVAX on Avalanche, etc.
Using a lending market to lend and borrow tokens? The Lending page is where you'll get detailed info into what you have lent, and what you have borrowed, alongside the APRs of any of these interactions on any of our supported platforms, and any outstanding incentive rewards.
At De.Fi, we provide you with as many tools as possible to ensure you can stay informed and safe throughout your decentralized investing journey. Check them out below:
These can include a ton of different events, such as an ERC-20 approval given to a high-risk contract, funds in a contract that can be upgraded without a timelock or multi-sig, etc. Our scanner will catch these all and let you know how to deal with any potentially risky scenario.
Before investing in any DeFi protocol, you should definitely give it a search in our databases:
Making sure a project has been thoroughly audited is the first step to investing safely in DeFi.
Our Audit Database will let you know if that protocol has been audited in the past. Not only that, but it will tell you when it was audited, by whom, the coverage of the audit and give you unrestricted access to the audit report itself.
In the wild west of DeFi, it is important to keep track of the exploits that occur in order to be able to prevent them in the future.
Our Rekt Database does exactly that. Also check if the protocol you want to invest in has a history of exploits in their smart contracts, or if the auditing firm that performed its audit hasn't had a ton of exploits on its audited contracts.