Ape Board Overview
Ape Board is a cross-chain dashboard that allows users to manage their asset data from multiple wallets on multiple blockchains. In addition to coin/token information, Ape Board also provides bridge and pool data on integrated dapps, allowing users to have a more intuitive view before making transactions.
Specialities of Ape Board
Cross-chain: Ape Board has supported over 392 projects from 36 chains including EVM and non-EVM blockchains.
Provide data from different arrays: Ape Radar and Ape Bridge are two tools that assist users in finding information that is relevant to their requirements. The system will then produce statistical findings to assist users in gaining intuitive perspectives on the best project for their trading needs.
Multi-system Dashboard: Ape Board has a mobile version for Android and iOS systems in addition to the web version.
Support Binance Wallet: The product supports portfolio management on the Binance exchange wallet.
How to start using Ape Board
Install Ape Board on an iOS device
Ape Board is supported on both Android, iOS and users need to install it manually by following these steps:
Step 1: Open the browser on an iOS device and access the Ape Board’s homepage: apeboard.finance
Step 2: Click the share icon on the browser and choose Add to Home Screen → Add.
Install Ape Board on an Android device
Step 1: Open the browser on an Android device and access Ape Board’s homepage: apeboard.finance.
Step 2: Click the share icon in the right corner of the browser and select Add to Home Screen → Add.
Get your wallet address on the Coin98 Super App
Users must have a wallet address they may use to manage assets on the Ape Board. To obtain the wallet address on the Coin98 Super App, please follow the instructions below.
Step 1: Open the Coin98 Super App and select the Wallet icon.
Step 2: Tap Manage → Manage All Wallet.
Step 3: Select the wallet you need to get the address and choose Copy Address.
Get your wallet address on the Coin98 Extension Wallet
Step 1: Open the Coin98 Extension Wallet and click the hamburger icon in the left corner of the main interface Wallet icon.
Step 2: Select the wallet you need to get the address and choose Copy Address.
How to use Ape Board to manage your asset
The interfaces on the versions are comparable, and I will take the web version as an example.
How to search your asset information
After obtaining the wallet address, users can easily search for wallet information with two simple steps:
Step 1: At Ape Board’s homepage, paste your wallet address in the highlighted location in the image below and press Enter.
Step 2: The system will display all the information related to your wallet. Users can click any icon or section to get additional information about their attributes.
How to create your profile on Ape Board
Users can create their profile by following the instructions below to simplify asset management and save time as they don’t have to enter their wallet addresses each time they search for the information.
Step 1: At Ape Board's homepage, select Create a Profile.
Step 2: Insert profile name and press Enter.
Step 3: Paste the wallet address you want to add. The system will display the blockchains of that wallet in bright colors.
Select the blockchains you want to add and click Add.
Also, you can add a Binance wallet by choosing Or add Binance and entering the required data, including the API and Secret Key.
Step 4: You can add wallets to your profile at any time by selecting Add Wallet. Then repeat Step 3.
The system will display information in the Profile section after your profile is created, including details about added wallets and projects that have been linked to the wallet.
Step 5: Click View Dashboard to access the details of the wallets in the profile
- You can reduce the data loading time by turning off unused projects in Protocol Settings or by clicking the cloud icon in the right corner of the screen and selecting Turn off.
- Ape Board allows creating multiple profiles. In the Profile section, select Add Profile and repeat the previous steps.
Each profile or wallet dashboard is split into 3 sections: Portfolio, History, and Analytics.
The total value of the coins and tokens in the wallets will be shown by Portfolio in two charts that I will explain in the Analytics section.
Asset distribution, including those above wallets and projects, is shown below the two charts. Each section will provide information about the coins/tokens stored in the wallet or protocols, such as their name, balance, current price and total value.
By clicking on the icon of a particular coin/token, users may get a closer look at the details and price chart of that coin/token. To expedite transactions and provide access to more information, Ape Board also displays links to related parties.
- Ape Board will update the price every 4 hours.
- Users can add tokens by selecting Add Token and entering the corresponding token address. Ape Board supports adding tokens on seven different blockchains, including Ethereum, BNB Chain, Avax, Polygon, Fantom, Terra and Arbitrum.
The number of transactions and the total gas fee used are both listed in the History section. The information about transactions, including the transaction ID (Tx), interaction address, the total amount traded, gas fee… will be shown in chronological order.
Click any transaction ID to check the details of that transaction, which will be displayed on the respective blockchain explorers.
The Analytics section will provide users information about their assets, changes of assets in their wallet or transaction indicators in the form of pie, column and line charts:
- Chain Allocation: The ratio of blockchains in the wallet is displayed in a pie chart.
- Token Allocation: The ratio of each coin or token in the wallet is displayed in a pie chart.
- Protocol Allocation: The ratio of assets in wallets and projects is displayed in a pie chart.
- Asset Worth (Breakdown): The value change over time of each chain in the wallet based on the amount of tokens held is displayed in a line chart
- Asset Worth: The change in the value of assets in the wallet based on the amount of tokens held is displayed in a line chart.
- Performance: The portfolio's performance in comparison to other chains in a line chart
- Daily P&L: Daily profit and loss are based on the amount of tokens held.
- Cumulative P&L: Profits and losses are based on the amount of tokens held.
For pie charts, users can click View All to see the detailed ratio of assets.
How to use Ape Tools
How to use Ape Radar
Ape Radar is a tool that helps users rapidly and thoroughly find details about pools.
Step 1: At the homepage, go to Ape Tools → Ape Radar.
Step 2: Select up to two tokens from the pool search.
Step 3: Enable or disable the following options to save time searching:
- LP Stake: Display pools that have LP Stake containing selected tokens.
- Single Stake: Display pools that have one of the two selected tokens that must be used for staking.
- The Reward section may include the selected token.
- Click on the pool information to be transferred directly to the project.
How to use Ape Bridge
Ape Bridge assists users in finding information but it focuses on the bridge that supports users converting tokens to desired networks.
Step 1: At the homepage, go to Ape Tools → Ape Bridge.
Step 2: Select the blockchain you want to convert.
Step 3: Check the information about the gas fee, time to make a transaction on each bridge through the results tab. Then, click Bridge after finding a suitable dApp.
Hopefully, this article has provided information to help you in using Ape Board to enhance your asset management experience and therefore save time and make the right decisions, especially during times of market volatility.