When launching Emeris and connecting your wallet to it, you land on the [Portfolio] page or the main page of the Emeris App.


What information can I see from the Portfolio?

  • Total balance in USD ($) of all the tokens you hold (within the wallet connected)

    • Stay tuned: Balance will be available in other currencies soon

  • List of the assets you hold

  • The pools you have added liquidity to

  • Swap widget on the right of the screen


Assets list

In your assets list you can see relevant information:

  • Token market price

  • # of tokens you hold

  • value of the # of tokens you hold

  • when you have tokens in more than one hub, it will be shown by a circled number on the right side of the line.

    • If you click on the circled number, you'll be able to see how much you have in each hub.

When you add liquidity to a pool, you'll see the LP Gravity tokens you get in exchange in the assets list.


Swap widget

From this widget, you can swap tokens within the Cosmos Hub.

You can choose:

  • The token you want to swap

  • The token you want to receive in exchange for the swap

  • On the top right there are three dots that allow you to choose the slippage.

Slippage: You can choose between 3 tolerances: 0.1%; 0.5%; 1%

Do you want to customize the slippage tolerance?

  • Head to your profile picture avatar

  • Select Settings

  • Choose custom slippage tolerance


Profile Picture Avatar

From the top right of the screen, you can access your Picture Avatar.

Clicking on it gives you access to a short and simple menu, where you can execute the following actions.

  • Disconnect your wallet

  • Access Settings

  • Access Emeris Support page & Emeris main page

  • Access Emeris Twitter

  • See the Emeris version you're using

Settings

From this feature you can:

  • Choose your theme: are you more of a light or dark theme type of person?

  • Set your own Gas limit, by default, it's 500,000

  • Select your custom Slippage


Send & Receive functions

You can check our step-by-step guide to Send and Receive tokens in the following articles.

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