How to use KingData to Track and Resolve Information About a Specific Wallet Address
On KingData, you can track and collect information about a specific wallet address in a matter of seconds.
Here’s a quick guide on how to track and collect information about a specific wallet address on KingData:
- Step 1
Login to your KingData account
To track specific wallet addresses, you need to log in to your KingData account. If you don’t have one, you might want to create an account due to the many perks available to account holders.
- Step 2
Locate the Portfolio Section
Tracking specific wallet addresses on KingData is possible from the portfolio section. Among the main options, locate the Portfolio tab.
- Step 3
Find the wallet information
Once you have located the Portfolio tab, use the search bar provided to enter the desired wallet address and proceed to search. This should bring up more details about the wallet address.
Portfolio Page Features
If you’re looking for a breakdown of your connected wallet holding or that of a specific wallet address, then the portfolio page is the best place to start. The Portfolio page is categorised into various sections, capturing all the on-chain activities of a particular wallet.
- Chain Asset Distribution
This is one of the conspicuous features of the portfolio page. It covers the total assets in the wallet address, delineating them in a pie chart based on the public chain the assets are domiciled. This way, you can easily tell what blockchain a particular asset in the specific wallet address is located on.
- Asset distribution
Here, you can see the assets that form the content of the wallet address. From the largest asset holding to the smallest, everything the wallet address holds is laid bare for you to see. You can see the real-time valuation of assets in the wallet address down to the last cent.
Under the agreement section, the asset distribution feature also captures the wallet address interactions with dapps, highlighting where assets have been deposited.
The asset distribution feature also captures the NFT holdings of the wallet address under review. You can tell what NFTs the wallet address is holding, the previous sale price of these NFTs, and more.
The transaction history of the wallet brings to light all the activities of the wallet over a given timeline. That means you can tell what the wallet address traded, liquidity added, NFTs sold/bought, and more.
You can also track a wallet address based on activities over a certain period. Using either of the three options (1 week, 2 weeks, 1 month), it’s easy to follow what a wallet address has been buying, selling, or holding.
Identifying the value of assets deposited in protocols and dapps by a particular wallet address is possible thanks to the deposit feature. You can tell the precise real-time value of assets deposited by the wallet address through this feature.
If the wallet address is yield farming, providing liquidity, or lending on any decentralized application, the annual percentage yield (APY) on that activity is captured by this feature.
Earnings from DeFi activities for the specific wallet address are displayed here. You no longer have to second guess the earnings from yield farming and others.
If the particular wallet address being tracked is owing on any DeFi application, the debt is captured in the liabilities section of the Portfolio page.
How to add Tracking Addresses
On KingData, you can add multiple wallets addresses for easy tracking. To achieve this, here are the steps to follow:
Though most features on KingData are accessible without the need to log in, address tracking is not one of such. You need to have an account to use the wallet address tracking feature.
- Use the portfolio page
Select the portfolio page from the list of options. You can easily identify it from the ‘Portfolio’ heading. This is where the magic happens, so get acquainted with it.
- Submit wallet address to be tracked
Once the portfolio page opens, submit the wallet address you intend to track in the space provided and click the direction button. This should reveal the entire portfolio of that address. You can track that address by clicking the track button (indicated by a bell logo). Once done, a prompt pops up requiring you to enter a note or remark for that address. This is quite helpful in remembering what address you’re tracking, especially if it’s more than one.
You can repeat the process to track multiple wallet addresses and use the track button to stay in the loop of their activities.
It’s also worth mentioning that you can easily cancel the tracking of a wallet by clicking the cancel tracking button. Once you don’t want to keep track of the activities of a wallet address, the cancel tracking button is only a click away.
KingData has lots of powerful data analytics tools that can be quite handy for anyone in the crypto space. The platform’s wallet tracking service remains the preferred choice for anyone looking to stay informed of specific wallet addresses. Tracking wallet addresses has never been easier — and it’s done without the wallet address owner being the wiser. However, anyone looking to take advantage of this service has to create a KingData account, but it’s free.