DotBit (.bit) Integration
Dotbit (.bit) is a new self-sovereign data container with key features including naming services and cross-chain functionality. Much like its competitors, Dotbit can be primarily used to transfer tokens with minimal complexity using a .bit username rather than a wallet address. Dotbit’s cross-chain ability allows ownership from any & all blockchains (Currently ETH, Tron, BNB & Polygon). Dotbit accounts can be managed with the private key of ANY currently supported public chains & owners can also directly transfer ownership between two different public chains. Upcoming features : Sub-accounts ( Example -> 0x101.satoshi.bit ) More chains including BTC, Polkadot & Solana As Web3 identities continue to grow in popularity, having multiple web3 alias platforms integrated into Zapper.fi will only help usher in new users & allow for more personalization, security and ease of access. Integration -> https://docs.did.id/developers/integration-guide Docs -> https://docs.did.id/ Web -> https://www.did.id/ We humbly request to begin with at least an ETH Chain implementation since it will more then likely be the easiest as other competitors have already been integrated on that chain for Zapper account name displaying. Since other naming services have already been integrated, Dotbit suggests adding the resolved alias(s) for the currently signed in wallet to the name selection drop down list.
A great wallets NEEDS an activity tab. It’d be great to see a history of transaction, at least recent
Support $MAGIC as an app (Staking)
Would be great to see all the places where I’m currently staking. In this case Magic on Arbitrum
Portfolio > Apps > Link for App
Would be good if we don't need to click on the app listed on profile to have access to the app link.
View Historical chart on investment
Historical chart representing your pooling returns over time.
Integrate Token Lists
Integrate Token Lists ( https://tokenlists.org/ ) so that users can choose which token list to enable/disable for Ethereum mainnet in a similar way Uniswap/Sushiswap/Cowswap/Paraswap does. Benefits for Users: Users are free to manage which lists the enable/disable. Users can easily import tokens not on Zapper default list. Better coverage for all tokens Build trust in some tokens when they are part of several lists Some lists such as Kleros Tokens TCR are open and decentralized meaning the listing process is uncensorable but still secure. Benefits for Zapper: Zapper will not have to keep managing coin/token requests manually and thus will save on resources costs. Zapper cannot be blamed of gatekeeping/censoring as the listing is delegated to the token lists. The existing Zapper token list can still be a default one