Multis: Integrating Polygon, BNB, Arbitrum & Optimism to make tracking more holistic

You can now select multiple chains when you track a wallet on Multis

Going beyond Ethereum & Bitcoin: Integrating Polygon, BNB Chain, Arbitrum & Optimism

We heard your requests, and we are proud to announce the integrations of Polygon, BNB Chain, Arbitrum and Optimism on Multis. These chains are supported for tracking purposes only. Meaning you can get an even bigger picture of your assets crosschain in your “Transactions” and “Insights” sections. We decided to integrate these chains because they are among the most requested by our users- who aren’t solely on Ethereum and Bitcoin. We plan on integrating other chains depending on user needs and we will also start integrating these chains for payment purposes also, so watch this space.

Tracking wallets crosschain on Multis

All wallets show up on the Portfolio Section

When you log in to the Multis app, click on “Portfolio” > “Track new wallet” and add your wallets through Metamask or by entering the wallet address manually. If your wallet has assets on multiple chains, you’ll be invited to select the network(s) you wish to track. You can track multiple chains for a single wallet. The transactions from these wallets will show up in the “Transactions” section and will also be included in the “Insights” section of your Multis account.

Getting a clear picture of your crypto crosschain

As Ethereum gas fees have proved increasingly volatile, it’s only normal that the migration to Layer2 solutions and so-called “ETH Killers” has become inevitable. At Multis, we want to be a partner to organizations looking to save time and get clarity over their crypto finances. If you’re interested in getting a better picture of all your organizations finance, create an account on Multis for free. Or schedule a demo to see for yourself!

Originally published at https://multis.co.

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