An interview with the Mooli team: portfolio tracker features

An interview with the Mooli team: portfolio tracker features

Mooli – a portfolio tracker for cryptocurrency holders that allows users to track their assets conveniently and safely – added support for Everscale at the end of March. We interviewed the Mooli team to find out more about the project’s features and plans.

EverKit: Tell us how the Mooli project idea was born. Why was that name chosen?

Mooli: The idea was born from my own experience and the lack of an app where I could conveniently and safely track my assets. When everything is distributed between different wallets, you have to spend a lot of time checking each wallet separately to see your balance. And that need grows with every new wallet and blockchain. I'm conservative enough, like many I asked – everyone either used Excel or kept the amounts in their head or notes.

Then I began to study the market and try different tools. Basically, I lacked the ability to structure data for my needs, and I felt a little strained by the need to connect my wallet everywhere. Then me and my colleagues talked and it became clear that everyone was faced with the same problem, so we came to the conclusion that we needed to find a solution, and we had every opportunity to do so.

The name for the project came spontaneously; we wanted something simple and concise. Mooli was to the liking of the whole team. After that, however, we went over a couple dozen more options, and for various reasons we ended up renaming our product several times, but that’s a completely different story. Ultimately, all roads led us to Mooli.

EverKit: What is the difference between Mooli and other tracker portfolios? What are the main features?

Mooli: The main features of Mooli are customizable dashboards and completely anonymous sessions. That is what’s important for the 90% of users we have already conducted interviews with. A dashboard is a kind of mini-portfolio or "folder" within your portfolio containing a group of assets, and you group these yourself under your tasks so that the information is structured for convenient analysis. Some people structure information by project, others by network – we’ve highlighted several scenarios for using dashboards:

  • Asset flow management. For example, someone receives crypto as payment for their work or services, but also invests and periodically buys some tokens, as well as receiving them through airdrops or making short-term investments. These flows can be allocated to different boards, so you can track the performance separately: in one dashboard, the user will see their total income for the week; in another, they will see the progress of the investment portfolio.
  • Any other structure that will help you analyze and make decisions more conveniently. For example, you might have a lot of wallets – a fairly large number of different tokens, and you want to somehow group them and monitor them separately. Some people may distinguish by type of project; others could collect mini-portfolios with different investment strategies and risks in dashboards and monitor their progress separately. By the way, for users to start working with dashboards, we made a basic set – total, core crypto, and stablecoins – as an example of how this can be done. Some people only use these three.
  • The opportunity to share dashboards with friends. Not all users want to share information about their assets, but many share their portfolios with friends. This brings us to the third scenario for using dashboards: the ability to collect certain tokens from any wallet and share a link with friends. The address of the wallet is hidden, and the link is easily disabled.

EverKit: Is it safe to use Mooli?

Mooli: Sure. This is our main principle. The service does not request private keys or seed phrases and uses only open data. And, following on from my answer to the previous question, I will add that one of Mooli’s features is anonymous sessions. To use the service, you don’t need to register or create a personal account – just add the first address and pin the tab to the browser.

EverKit: Who is on the Mooli team?

Mooli: We have a very cozy team of six. This is enough to move at a confident pace and cover the needs of users at this stage. We plan to grow as the project progresses.

EverKit: What is available to Mooli users now?

Mooli: At the moment, we have implemented the basic features necessary for our users (who we regularly communicate with to improve the product) to conveniently track their assets. These include:

  • Creating dashboards to structure assets for personal purposes or your investment strategy;
  • Support for 21 blockchains and more than 8,500 tokens. We’re continuing to work on this further, expanding the capabilities of our users;
  • Anonymous sessions without registration or a personal account – just enter the public address of the wallet;
  • The ability to add unlimited wallets and dashboards;
  • Support for MetaMask and Wallet Connect 2.0. You can connect a wallet without providing us with keys – access to the service is provided only for reading;
  • A preset of three dashboards (total, core crypto, and stablecoins) and an overview screen displaying all assets with the ability to filter them by wallet, token, and network, as well as check where a specific token is located.

EverKit: What are your immediate plans to develop the service?

Mooli: The team is now working on expanding statistics capabilities and dynamic dashboards, as well as other improvements that will make our product even more flexible and user-friendly. We also plan to add new blockchains and increase the potential to use the ones that we already support.

As regards Everscale, one of our main priorities now is to add the ability to track staking. We also plan to integrate with one of the wallets in the network. Subscribe to our Telegram channel to keep up with new releases and features!

EverKit: Why did you decide to add Everscale support?

Mooli: We already happened to be involved with this blockchain and were in the community, so for us there was no question of whether to support it or not. We believe in Everscale and we want to benefit the ecosystem and the community.

We thank the Mooli team for their helpful and informative answers!

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