DeFi stands for Decentralized Finance and enables the transfer or trading of crypto assets within one or more decentralized networks (blockchains). The requirement for this is the smart contract capability of the corresponding blockchain (Kujira). Often, your crypto assets do not even have to leave your private crypto wallet. It is enough to sign a smart contract between you and the decentralized application (dApp).
Kujira transactions can be imported automatically into your Blockpit Wallet Integration via public key.
The following Kujira based transactions are automatically imported:
All native transactions (incl. Governance, Staking, Delegating, etc.)
All synced balances
Swaps are the exchange (trade) of one crypto asset for another. Swaps are processed via decentralized exchanges (DEX).
The following dApps are supported:
Kujira Bow (incl. Staking)
+ many more DEXs
Kujira Fin: Only Market Order Swaps can be imported directly.
Due to the smart contract design posted Limit Orders will initially be imported as a Withdrawal at the time of posting. If a Limit Order gets canceled a Deposit will be imported.
If the posted Limit Order gets filled the traded amount will be kept in the Kujra Fin Smart Contract until claim. On claim a collective Deposit containing all prior filled amounts will be imported. This Deposit will contain all related order numbers in the transaction note. These order numbers can be matched to your initially posted Limit Orders (Withdrawals).
You can then manually create Transfers of all posted and filled Limit Orders (Deposit & Withdrawals) into a Manual Integration and then create a single collective Trade containing all prior amounts.
Staking, Lending, Airdrop & Bounty Rewards
If rewards are getting imported as unlabeled Deposit, you can relabel these transactions to the appropriate transaction label (Staking, Lending, Airdrop or Bounty) as shown in the image below.
Tip: Free NFT mints can be relabeled as Airdrops. You can identify them by the transaction note "Fallback_Claim".
My transactions are imported incorrectly!
- Create your integration a second time under a different name and check if your transactions are now imported correctly.
- If your transactions are imported under an incorrect transaction label, you can edit them manually. Alternatively, please send us your public wallet address (public key) as well as the corresponding transaction hash from ATOMScan via ticket.