Popular crypto wallet MetaMask has introduced a new dapp that allows users to check and manage their entire wallet at once.
Crypto Wallet MetaMask has launched a beta Dapp wallet
As the wallet announced in a blog post, the new decentralized application (dapp) helps users control both their cryptocurrency wallet and their non-fungible token wallet.
MetaMask is one of the most popular self-custodial wallet options on the market, available as both a mobile app and a web extension.
A feature that users had often requested the portfolio to add was a way to see their entire portfolio in one place. Previously, there was no method to do this using only MetaMask services, and users had to use external sources to get a complete report on their assets across crypto, DeFi and NFT.
With the new portfolio dapp, portfolio.metamask.io, MetaMask users can finally do this in a more convenient way. “There you have it! You no longer need a calculator and the patience of a saint to see your Web3 assets in one place,” the wallet said in a tweet.
The dapp supports multiple chains, which means users can view assets from multiple networks at once. There are currently 7 supported networks in total, with the wallet planning to add more in the future.
There is also a “view any wallet” feature in the wallet manager that allows users to connect not only multiple MetaMask accounts, but offline and hardware wallets as well.
NFTs can also be viewed from the dapp. There is an easy view mode that users can switch to view their non-fungible tokens on Ethereum Mainnet and Polygon. “NFT values and price estimates are not currently available, but are in the works, so stay tuned,” explains MetaMask.
At the time of writing, the price of Bitcoin is hovering around $19.3 thousand, up 1% in the last seven days. Over the past month, the crypto has lost 4% in value.
Below is a chart showing the coin’s price trend over the past five days.
The value of the crypto seems to have been moving mostly flat during the last few days | Source: BTCUSD on TradingView
Bitcoin has seen little activity in recent days as the price has been consolidating sideways around the $19,000 level. The only major move recently was the $20,000 increase, which didn’t last too long.
At the moment, it’s unclear when crypto might break out of this stagnation, or which direction it might go whenever it does.
Featured image from Consensys, chart from TradingView.com