DeFi import solution for Arbitrum Nova (ETH) based applications (dApps)

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 (Arbitrum Nova). 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).

Arbitrum Nova transactions can be imported automatically into your Blockpit Wallet Integration via public key.


The following Arbitrum Nova based transactions are automatically imported:


check.png All native transactions (Deposits, Withdrawals, Trades, etc.)
check.png All synced balances (except ERC1155 NFT balances)

Swaps (Trades)

Swaps are the exchange (trade) of one crypto asset for another. Swaps are processed via decentralized exchanges (DEX).

The following dApps are supported:

check.png Sushiswap V2 & V3
check.png RCPSwap

Why is my swap recognized as unlabeled Deposit and Withdrawal?

NFTs (ERC721 & ERC1155)

Inflows and outflows of Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs) are automatically imported into your Arbitrum Nova integration in the form of unlabeled Deposit, unlabeled Withdrawal or Trade transactions.
Your NFT assets will be created completely dynamically through your Public Key.

The following NFT Transactions and dApps are supported:

check.png Mints
check.png Claims
check.png Transfers
check.png Trades


Liquidity Providing/Mining

The providing of crypto assets in so-called liquidity pools is represented in the form of several swaps or trade transactions. The crypto assets provided are exchanged in equal parts for a so-called LP token. This LP token then represents your share in the corresponding liquidity pool. As soon as you leave the pool again, it is swapped back.

The following dApps are supported:

check.png Sushiswap V2 & V3
check.png RCPSwap

Why is my LP transaction imported as unlabeled Deposit and Withdrawal?


Staking, 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 edited to Airdrops. You can identify them by the transaction note "Fallback_Claim".




My transactions are imported incorrectly!

  1. Create your integration a second time under a different name and check if your transactions are now imported correctly.

  2. 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 Arbitrum Nova Scan via ticket.

Certain internal transactions on EVM Chains (e.g. withdrawal transactions related to wrapping; deposit transactions related to bridging) can currently not be imported automatically. Missing transaction data must be added manually.

I receive Mismatched Balance issues!

This might be because we don't support Synced Balances of ERC1155 NFTs, given that currently 98% of these tokens are scams. A Mismatched Balance issue can arise if you have imported transactions involving these assets, leading to a Calculated Balance. The issue can be overlooked in this scenario.

Mismatched Balance issues can also occur from missing internal transactions, like onboarding/bridging to Arbitrum Nova (mentioned above).

How does the asset balance calculation differ between Automatic and Manual integrations?

Why is the value of some assets not displayed in the dashboard?


How do I receive an automatic tax report for my Arbitrum Nova wallet?

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