The portfolio page is a comprehensive look at your wallet's historical financial performance. With a glance you can get an idea for the value, performance, and transactions of your wallet.
1. Portfolio Graph
This section gives additional information about your wallet. The information that's displayed depends on how the wallet was loaded. It will always show your full address, but in some cases allow you to download your keystore file or change the active address.
2. Wallet Information
This section gives additional information about your wallet. The information that's displayed depends on how you chose to load your wallet. It will always show your full address, but in some cases allow you to download your keystore file or change the active address.
This section displays all the tokens sent from and received by your wallet. Each one is shown with a the amount of the transaction, the date and time, and the value of it in your native currency. Clicking on the transaction will bring up a dialogue box with additional information about that transaction.
The trade history tab can be switched to by clicking the button at the top of this section that says "Trades". This section lists all the trades that have occurred from this wallet on Dolomite or on any other large decentralized exchange. Each row represents a trade performed by your wallet. Shown is the date of the trade, amount traded, price the trade took place at, and the status of the trade (pending, filled, cancelled, or expired). Clicking a trade will show additional information about the trade, such as the transaction hash, the contract it was sent to, the block number of the trade, the gas price, the nonce, and the decentralized exchange it was traded on.
4. Find a Token
Pressing this button brings up a token discovery dialogue box. This window gives you an ability to search through over 2,000 tokens that Dolomite tracks, as well as add tokens not currently being tracked.
Search using the bar in the upper left. You can search by a token's name, symbol, or contract address. By default all tokens are shown, and can be sorted using the button to the right of the search bar. You can sort these results by market cap, trading volume, percent change, and more. If you've sent, received, or traded any of the tokens listed in the results, you'll see those numbers listed under the token's price and percent change. Clicking any of the results will show you more information about that token on the right side. If you've sent, received, or traded the token, those actions can be browsed by clicking the chevron on the right side of the window.
If your wallet has a token that doesn't show up in the results of the search, you can also manually add it. Searching the token's contract address will present you with an option to add this token. Just enter the token's symbol (i.e. LRC, ETH) and the decimal precision of the token (typically 18). Click "add", and your token balance will now appear on the right of the portfolio page.
This is the notifications button. If you have notifications, it will show a number in the upper right with the number of notifications. Clicking it will show a small dialogue box with your recent notifications, which will usually consist of trades and tokens received.
6. Send Tokens
This button will bring up a dialogue box that allows you to send tokens you hold to another address. Select the token you'd like to send from the dropdown menu. Then type in the amount you'd like to send, either in the number of tokens or in the equivalent amount in your native currency. Finally type in the address you'd like to send your tokens to. When you've confirmed the amounts and the destination, click send.
This section shows the balances your wallet holds of Ether and ERC20 tokens. Along with the amount, it shows the equivalent in your native currency as well as the percentage change over the time period selected above the portfolio graph at the top center of the page. Clicking on any token will show information about the token as well as trades made with that token and trades made with that token.
8. Current Portfolio Value
This section shows the current value of your portfolio in your native currency. Below the amount it shows the amount gained or lost in the selected time period.
Click this to manage Dolomite settings. Change the language, the native currency, the color theme, and caching rules.
10. Switch to Exchange
This button switches you over to the Dolomite Exchange
Sending Ether and Tokens
You can send Ether and tokens from your wallet with the send button on the right side.
Insert the amount you want to send, either in the number of tokens or in your native currency. When you've entered your amount, press send. It's important to remember you'll need Ether to pay for the gas to perform the transaction! You'll see this Ether fee shown at the bottom.
Adding a Token Not Listed
Click the token discover button under balances, to the left of the send button.
Type in the token's contract address in the search bar. If you don't know it, search the name of the token on coinmarketcap.com, and look for "contract address" on that token's page.
If the token is not one that Dolomite tracks, you'll see a button to add it. Click that.
On the right side, type in the symbol for your token (i.e. LRC, APPC, ZRX, etc.)
Finally type in the number of digits your token has. It is generally 18.
Press "add" and it will show up in your balances!