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If you’re new to security tokens or an experienced blockchain user, finding information tied to your keys and accounts like assets and transaction histories can be convoluted and downright confusing. For example, your typical block explorer is an excellent tool for users to monitor transactions, but only if you know what you’re looking for. Otherwise, it’s a series of meaningless letters and numbers that don’t tell you much.
With the Polymesh Dashboard, users can easily manage keys, accounts, and assets, everything related to their Polymesh IDs and on-chain profiles. By taking a design-first approach, the team at Polymath have merged the everyday usability of a social media profile with necessary account and asset details, all in one simple, easy-to-use hub.
Here’s what you can expect:
- Know the types of activities you can participate in by tracking and viewing your attestations
- Easily manage your keys and key delegation to ensure the right people are entrusted to manage the right things. In depth permissions customization coming soon.
- Accept or reject asset transfers to your ID and never worry about airdrops again
- Initiate and manage transfers of your assets
- Build asset portfolios and assign managers to those portfolios
- Clearly see your transaction history filtering by asset or key
- Explore Polymesh-supported dApps, including Staking, Polymesh Governance, and the POLY to POLYX Upgrade Bridge to take full advantage of the chain and its features
Polymesh can be accessed through the Alcyone Testnet, a testing environment to prepare for mainnet launch in Q1 2020. If you’ve already used a Polymesh testnet, you can try the Polymesh Dashboard now. If not, learn more about how to get started here.
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