So yesterday, yet again, I was thrown into a loop of exploring the world of De Fi. Reading through feeds of various ”crypto influencers” and Telegram chats in a search of a gem that could magically multiply my crypto savings has been the theme of my evenings for quite some time now.
I’m using multiple Metamask wallets and web browsers for different kinds of operations and it has become pretty hard to keep track of all the coins in my wallets. Luckily for me, I found out this app called Zerion and it has been a blessing.
No longer do I have to go to etherscan.io to check how much I paid for a certain coin. I can now go to Zerion and see everything I need in one place.
How did I find Zerion? By wondering what a certain button does!
It happened when I was using Astrotools. If you don’t know about them, it’s time to check out what they’re made of. I started using Astrotools.io a few days ago and even bought some ASTRO to have the 8-bit plan (1 ASTRO needed for that).
Having the basic plans allows you to see the real-time pricing data and many more things that you can see in the image below. It’s also really cheap (1 ASTRO is about 0.75$ at the moment). I would love to go Hardcore but 1000 ASTRO is a bit too much at the time. Hopefully, with the right mindset, I will be able to get that far!
So I was looking at some charts on my ASTRO panel and saw an interesting icon in the upper right corner next to my ASTRO balance. Just like a child wonders what will happen when a button is pressed, I had a similar feeling of excitement.
When I pressed on it, Zerion App opened in a new window. I didn’t know what it was until I started looking through it. I was really pleased with all the functions it has.
On Zerion, you can easily see the overview of your wallet, see the transaction history of every coin you have, explore new coins and top gainers, and also earn interest from your savings if you want (haven’t checked it out, though).
What I needed the most was the transaction history that is easy to see and Zerion does exactly that. It’s pretty frustrating and time-taking to do it through Metamask history and etherscan. This is much easier and better looking!
Here’s how Zerion looks in action:
Press on the images and they’ll open full-screen 🙂
But that’s not even the best thing – Zerion also has an application for your smartphone! Whether you’re an Android or an iOS user, there are both versions of Zerion app available in the market (also for free).
Thank you for reading this short blog post of BOI! Until the next time!