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Positions in protocols

Monitoring Your Positions: Effortlessly Track Your Protocol Investments in the Dashboard
In your Dashboard, you can easily keep track of all the protocols you currently have open positions in. Each protocol's total value is displayed for quick reference.
Positions in protocols view
By clicking on a specific protocol, a modal opens up allowing you to view detailed information about your positions. This includes the balance of tokens you own, their current price, and the actual value. Octav also calculates the asset cost basis for each position (even for multi-chain assets), giving you insight into your open profit or loss.
Octav categorizes information by chain and investment category/strategy to make it easy for users to navigate. A wide variety of protocol categories are covered. Here's a list to give you an idea of what's included:
Protocol Category
Protocols where you can swap/trade cryptocurrency
Protocols that pay you a reward for your staking/LP on their platform
Protocols that allow users to borrow and lend assets
Reserve Currency
OHM forks: Protocols that uses a reserve of valuable assets acquired through bonding and staking to issue and back its native token
Protocols that provide algorithmic coins to stablecoins
Yield Aggregator
Protocols that aggregated yield from diverse protocols
Protocols that provide a service to the user
Protocols for betting with leverage
Liquid Staking
Protocols that enable you to earn staking rewards on your tokens while also providing a tradeable and liquid receipt for your staked position
Protocols that mint its own stablecoin using collateralized lending
Protocols that allow you to stake assets in exchange of a reward
Protocols that allow users to lock money in exchange for a protocol token
Protocols that bridge tokens from one network to another
Protocols that have a way to track/created the performance of a group of related assets
Protocols that give you the right to buy an asset at a fixed price
Protocol that created a tokenized derivative that mimics the value of another asset.
Protocols that have gaming components
Protocols that launch new projects and coins
Cross Chain
Protocols that add interoperability between different blockchains
Prediction Market
Protocols that allow you to wager/bet/buy in future results
Protocols that are designed to provide monetary protections
NFT Marketplace
Protocols where users can buy/sell/rent NFTs
NFT Lending
Protocols that allow you to collateralize your NFT for a loan
Protocols that offer the ability to pay/send/receive cryptocurrency
Protocols that involve Real World Assets, such as house tokenization
Options Vault
Protocols that allow you to deposit collateral into an options strategy
Leveraged Farming
Protocols that allow you to leverage yield farm with borrowed money
Protocols that have the intention of hiding information about transactions
Uncollateralized Lending
Protocol that allows you to lend against known parties that can borrow without collateral
Protocols that connect data from the outside world (off-chain) with the blockchain world (on-chain)
RWA Lending
Protocols that involve Real World Assets, for lending strategies
Exotic Options
Protocols that provide option vaults while also adding borrowing on top