Blox gives you a clean slate to start with, a completely empty portfolio, in order to be able to track your assets, you will need to deposit tokens one after the other, until you recreate your portfolio. Once you have deposited or added assets, then you will be able to transfer, withdraw, buy or sell freely between your blox wallet and exchange accounts.

Depositing a token is fairly simple, if your portfolio is still empty, simply click on the “Manual” option or click on “+” in case you are already tracking assets. You can easily see it in the screenshots attached below.

On the mobile apps, it can be done in the exact same way. If your portfolio is empty, simply tap the “Add Balance” button located in the center of your screen. However, if you already added assets to your portfolio, simply tap the “+” button located at the bottom right corner of the screen and select the ‘Deposit’ option.

Let’s look at the process more closely. In order to complete a deposit transaction, you must choose the asset you wish to track, the number of tokens and the time in which the transaction took place. The time frame can be edited and change in order for you to track all of your past transactions.

The last step is deciding where to place your tracked asset. First things first, if you haven’t done so already, you must create a new “virtual wallet or exchange” and name it accordingly. Once you have created at least one account, you are free to decide where you would like to place each added token or asset. In the example below, you can see a sample deposit of 10 LTC to a “virtual wallet” named My Ledger Wallet.

It is worth mentioning that you can’t use the same “virtual wallet” for tokens based on different blockchains. By that, we mean that you can’t store in the same wallet an ERC-20 token and an NEO token since each is used on different blockchains. However, you can include all the assets you want if you use a “virtual exchange”.

A different scenario would be adding CDT and ETH. In this case, since both are ERC-20 tokens and use the same blockchain, you will be able to use the same “virtual wallet” to store both of them.

Once you finish filling the information, click the “Add Transaction” button and enjoy tracking your asset in your portfolio!

Happy Tracking 🙂

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