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What is the Inventory module - Wallet multi-chain completeness view and how to use it

Data completeness is the crucial foundation of a good financial statement. The starting point is to make sure that all your data are imported. This simple insurance could be tricky when users are dealing with many on-chain wallets with addresses active on multiple networks, especially, when the activity of each address can change over time. For example, an address active on only one network at the time of the first Cryptio import can be an address active on multiple addresses later on.

At Cryptio, we have built the Inventory module - Wallet (EVM) multi-chain completeness view a way for customers to simplify this check and understand wallet import status in an instance.


What is the EVM?

Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) is a core piece of Ethereum that helps power the blockchain and smart contracts. It is vital in assisting Ethereum to achieve user adoption and decentralization.

EVM compatibility (/EVM-compatible chains) is an essential feature of blockchains that has enabled many popular networks - including Avalanche, Binance Smart Chain, Polygon, and Fantom - to become highly successful by reducing the barriers to entry for application developers to deploy smart contracts on these new chains due to the code being compatible with the Ethereum network.


Why is the Inventory module - Wallet completeness view important to you?

With the Wallet completeness view, users can check if all the chains an address has been active on, have been imported, for already imported addresses. This allows users to have the assurance that transactions on all networks are considered for the accounting, tax, audit, and financial report preparation.

The combination of the Wallet completeness view and EVM multi-chain connector helps users to save time and have greater confidence in data completeness.


In summary:

  • to streamline the data import process into one click using our EVM multi-chain connector
  • to see all your wallet activities across EVM chains;
  • simply track all the transaction changes across time; and
  • no more missing data and make sure your transaction import is complete.


How to use the Inventory module?

🚨 Note: In this section, we will refer to each box as ‘card(s)’ and number them from top to bottom order for simplicity.

  1. Card: Imported wallets count per supported chains
  2. Card: Detected missing wallets on supported chains
  3. Card: Address testing

1. Card: Imported wallets count per supported chains

  • This card gives a wallet count for each chain connector and a grand total.
  • This information aligns with the Imports page.


2. Card: Detected missing wallets on supported chains

  • This card provides the summary of the outstanding networks that the wallet has activity on but not imported into Cryptio.

🧑‍🏫 Definitions:

  • Total addresses impacted: the number of imported addresses with at least one missing network caught

  • Total networks impact: total number of networks caught as missing (not imported) among all the detected incomplete addresses

  • Other associated wallets: all the wallets with the detected incomplete address have been imported into

  • Imported Networks: the associated networks the imported wallets have been imported into

  • Missing Networks: detected networks with activity on for the given address and detected as non imported 

⭐ Next step:

  • If one missing network is detected: redirect to the related connector (example above = Arbitrum).
  • If more than 1 missing network is detected: redirect to the EVM multi-chain import.

One chain import:


Multi-chain import:



3. Card: Address testing

  • This card allows the user to check if a wallet is already imported into Cryptio, the networks it is active on, and if Cryptio has a connector for it or requires a custom import.

🧑‍🏫 Definitions:

  • ⚠️ Error when address is not recognized (not EVM): "address error: please check you've inserted an EVM address"
  • Connector messages:
    • "Cryptio connector": we support the chain
    • "No connector": we support only via CSV
  • Status messages:
    • "Imported": we support the chain and we detect it has been imported via our connector
    • "Not Imported": we support the chain and we detect it has not been imported via our connector
    • "Not Tested": we don't support the chain so we can't know if it has been imported via csv or not


How to generate the Sources List Report?

Within the Inventory module:

  1. Scroll to the top, and select the top right corner Generated Sources List report
  2. Navigate to the Reports module in the side navigation bar.
  3. The report is created, download the report from the icon under the Actions column.



Or check out the article on how to generate the Sources list report in the Report module.

If you have further questions, our Customer Support team is always here to help.