What’s missing from your portfolio data? What data do you wish you had?

Hey!

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I’m trying to better understand what sort of information/data people are looking for regarding their DeFi portfolios.

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Is there any specific pieces of data that you are looking for that you currently don’t have access to (or it’s just extremely tedious/time consuming to find)?

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To throw some things into the mix, maybe you are looking for specific breakdowns for LP tokens or more information on lending positions etc.

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Anything regarding your positions, holdings, historical data of your portfolio or anything else really.

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Please let me know and maybe I can help.

Thanks

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2 thoughts on “What’s missing from your portfolio data? What data do you wish you had?”

  1. I manage a large crypto treasury and data availability and accuracy is a huge issue.

    – just finding accurate historical balances should be table stakes but is impossible to get
    – most tools build a picture using transactions which runs into problems and doesn’t solve for rebasing tokens like from Aave.
    – let alone finding historical data for staked positions without a “receipt token”, think staked cvxCRV or LP tokens
    – running impermanent loss from LP positions
    – historical interest rates from staking, LP or deposits
    – a look through to see all ETH (or any token) exposure summing all LP, deposits or staked balances
    – getting all the above for 20+ wallets and over multiple chains

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  2. Better data on LP tokens – being able to access the historical price and underlying asset amounts for my LP holdings would be very useful.

    Also – historical staking rewards. I can get this if I claim them directly but sometimes if I claim and restake the rewards aren’t recorded in a way that I can easily extract from the blockchain (Fantom annoys me here, I’ve had to resort to screenshotting the claim each time I do it so that I have at least some kind of receipt/record).

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