The cryptocurrency ecosystem has experienced exponential growth over the past two years as the introduction of decentralized finance (DeFi) and the popularity of non-fungible tokens (NFT) have led to an explosion of projects across more than a dozen blockchain networks.

The fast-growing ecosystem means that investors need to keep track of multiple portfolio addresses, making portfolio trackers a popular choice for traders who need to manage a diversified portfolio with multiple chains.

Here are three decentralized wallet tracking apps, or DApps, that cryptocurrency traders can use to monitor their investments.

Zapper supports core management of cryptocurrencies located on 11 different networks, including Ethereum, Polygon, BNB Chain, Phantom, Avalanche and Optimism.

The basic website layout provides information about the different protocols the connected wallet currently operates with, as well as an overview of the value of the assets on each of the supported networks.

Dashboard zapper. Source: Zapper
Users can exchange tokens through a core exchange interface that integrates with liquidity on decentralized exchanges such as Uniswap, Pangolin and QuickSwap, and can also use the bridge function to transfer assets between supported chains.

Vendors can also contribute pool assets using integrated Zapper protocols such as SushiSwap, PancakeSwap, Curve, Aave and Compound.

Other integrations include cropping options and the ability to host vaulted assets on

Wallet managers similar to Zapper include Zerion, Instadapp and DeFi Saver.

NFTBank is a free portfolio tracking tool specifically designed to help users manage their NFT holdings by offering a range of tracking and search tools.

The basic portfolio interface provides a simple overview of NFT gains and losses in the associated portfolio, with a detailed overview of total income, total expenses, return on investment and current inventory value of the assets held.

NFTBank Wallet Dashboard. Source: NFTBank
The website also has a simplified annual calendar that shows which days had the most activity for the relevant wallet or group of wallets, and the opportunity to share a screenshot of the wallet’s progress via social media.

Users can view more detailed information about their assets, track the performance of each asset, access the activity history of all interactions with different groups, and upload tax documents to report revenue to relevant government institutions.

NFTBank also offers an NFT explorer who can search Ethereum, Klaytn, Ronin and Polygon pools to view data on current and past low prices, percentage change, 30-day volume and the daily number of NFTs as recently is included in each pool.

The search for price function allows users to browse 1222 different combinations to find ‘Today’s offer’ and divide it by estimated price, low price, list price, rarity ranking and plus / lower price assessment.

NFT trackers comparable to NFBank include DappRadar, and wallet tracking.

DeBank is a more advanced interface that helps DeFi investors manage their assets across 19 separate blockchain networks, including Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polygon, Chronos and HECO.

DeBank Dashboard. Source: DeBank
DeBank’s main interface provides an overview of the value held in each network, and users can also see a deeper analysis of the inventory and inventory in each wallet, as well as the DeFI and NFT platforms.

The DeBank NFT division currently has 414 blocks on the Ethereum network and provides key information such as a specific NFT name and minimum price.

A useful feature for active DeFi users is the DeBanks Token Claims section, which shows all the different contract requirements that are active for the connected wallet, the amount approved and an overview of the risk exposure.

With the token approval management tool, users can reject all approved contracts directly through DeBank.

The platform includes the Feed section, a social feature that allows users to follow other users with high social rankings Web3 to keep track of their recent transactions, NFT purchases and comments on social media.

DeBank also offers a “DeFi list” that includes data on more than 1,165 different protocols spread across all supported networks and categorizes them by tags such as yield pool and decentralized exchange.

Source: CoinTelegraph