The most detailed Ape Board user manual (2022)

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What is Ape Board? How will this dashboard help you effectively manage your assets? Let's find out through the article below.

Ape Board Overview​

Ape Board is a cross-chain dashboard that helps users manage information with multiple wallets at the same time across networks and assets integrated on the product. In addition to coin/token information, Ape Board also provides bridge and pool data on integrated dapps, helping users have a more intuitive view before making transactions.

Ape Board's homepage:

Features of Ape Board​

Cross-chain: Ape Board has now integrated information from 392 projects from 36 different networks including EVM and non-EVM blockchain.

Provide information from separate arrays: Ape Radar and Ape Bridge are two features that help users access information based on needs. From there, the system will return statistical results to help users get intuitive views to choose the right project for their trading needs.

Multi-system Dashboard: In addition to the web version, Ape Board also owns a mobile version for two operating systems Android and iOS.

Support wallet on Binance exchange: In addition to displaying information on wallet products, the product also supports asset management on Binance exchange wallets.

You can see detailed instructions for using Ape Board through the visual video below:

Preparation before using Ape Board​

Install Ape Board with iOS device​

Currently, Ape Board is supported on both Android and iOS, but users need to perform manual operations according to the following steps:

Step 1: Open the browser on your iOS device and visit the Ape Board homepage:

Step 2:
Click the share icon on the device and select Add to Home Screen (Add to Home Screen) → Add (Add).

Install Ape Board with Android device​

Step 1: Open the Chrome browser on your Android device and visit the Ape Board homepage.

Step 2: Click on the icon in the right corner of the browser and select Add to Home Screen (Add to Home Screen) → Add (Add).

How to get wallet address on Coin98 Super App​

To be able to manage asset information on the App Board, users first need to have a wallet address that they use. You follow the instructions below to get the wallet address on the Coin98 wallet.

Step 1: At the homepage of Coin98 Super App, click on the Wallet icon.

Step 2:
Choose Manage → Manage All Wallet.

Step 3: Select the wallet to get the address and select Copy Address.

How to get a wallet address on Coin98 Extension Wallet​

Step 1: At the main screen of Coin98 Extension Wallet, click on the multi-tasking icon.

Step 2:
Select the wallet to get the address and select Copy Address.

Instructions for using Ape Board to manage assets​

Because the interface on the versions is similar, in the article we will use the web version as an example. You can do the same for the mobile version.

Search property information​

After obtaining the wallet address according to the above instructions, users can easily search for information of the wallet with two simple steps as follows:

Step 1: At the homepage of Ape Board, paste the wallet address in the two highlighted locations in the image below and press Enter.

Step 2: The system will display all the information related to your wallet. Users can click on the items to be searched to see more detailed information about their properties.

How to create a profile with Ape Board​

To facilitate asset management and save time when not having to enter a wallet address every time to find information, users can create their own profile file according to the following instructions:

Step 1: At the home page of Ape Board, select Create a Profile.

Step 2: Type the profile name and press Enter.

Step 3: Paste the wallet address you want to add, the system will display the blockchains on that wallet. Select the blockchains you want to add and click Add.

In addition, you can also add a Binance wallet by selecting Or add Binance and filling in the necessary information such as API, Secret Key.

Step 4: You can add a wallet to your profile as you like by selecting Add Wallet . Then do the same as step 3.

After creating a profile, the system will display information in the Profile section, including: information about added wallets, projects that have been connected to the wallet.

Step 5: Click View Dashboard to proceed to view the information of the wallets in the profile.


  • You can reduce data loading time by turning off unused projects in Protocol Settings or by clicking on the cloud icon in the right corner of the screen and selecting Turn off.
  • Ape Board allows creating multiple profiles. In the Profile section, select Add Profile and repeat the steps above.


In the Dashboard of each profile or wallet, they are divided into three sections including Profolio , History and Analytics.

With Profolio, Ape Board will display the total value of coins/tokens in the wallets and are listed in two charts that I will introduce more clearly in the Analytics section.

Below the two charts is the distribution of assets including above wallets and projects. Each section will display the parameters of the coin/token present in the wallet or project, including: coin/token name , balance (Balance) , current price (Price) and total value (Value).

Users can get a closer look at the detailed information and price chart of a coin/token by clicking on that token's icon. Ape Board also displays links to related parties to facilitate transactions as well as access more information.


  • Ape Board will update the price every 4 hours.
  • Users can add tokens by selecting Add Token and entering the corresponding token address. Currently, the new product allows adding tokens on 7 blockchains including: Ethereum, BNB Chain, Avax, Polygon, Fantom, Terra and Arbitrum.

Transaction history​

With the History section, Ape Board will list the number of transactions and the total amount of gas that the wallet has consumed. Transactions will be displayed in chronological order with information such as: transaction ID (Tx), interaction address (Interactions), total amount of tokens traded, gas price (Gas price) and gas fee (Gas fee).

To view details of transactions, simply tap on any transaction ID → transaction specific information will be displayed in the respective blockchain explorer pages.


The Analytics section will provide users with information about assets, changes of assets in your wallet or transaction indicators in the form of pie, column and line charts. As follows:

  • Chain Allocation: The pie chart shows the ratio of the chains corresponding to the assets owned in the wallet
  • Token Allocation: Pie chart showing the ratio of each coin/token in the wallet.
  • Protocol Allocation: Pie chart showing the ratio of assets on wallets and in projects.
  • Asset Worth (Breakdown): The line graph shows the value change over time of each chain in the wallet based on the amount of tokens held.
  • Asset Worth: The line graph shows the change in the value of assets in the wallet based on the amount of tokens held.
  • Performance: The line graph shows the portfolio's performance relative to other chains.
  • Daily P&L: Daily profit and loss based on the amount of tokens held.
  • Cumulative P&L: Profit and loss based on the amount of tokens held.

As for pie charts, you can click View All to see a detailed ratio of assets that account for a smaller percentage of the wallet.

Ape Tools User Guide​

Ape Radar​

Ape Radar is a tool to help users find information about pools to participate in staking in detail and quickly. Currently, users can perform a search through the following steps:

Step 1: At the homepage, go to Ape Tools → Ape Radar.

Step 2:
Select tokens in the pool to be searched, maximum 2 tokens.

Step 3: Enable or disable the following options to save time searching:

  • LP Stake: Show pools using LP Stake containing 2 selected tokens
  • Single Stake: Shows pools that only need to use one token included in the two selected tokens for staking.


  • The selected token can be in the Reward section.
  • To jump to the project you've found, click on the line about that pool.

Ape Bridge​

Similar to Ape Radar, Ape Bridge also supports users to find information but about bridge products that help convert tokens to desired networks. To quickly find information about the bridge to use, users follow these steps:

Step 1: At the homepage, go to Ape Tools → Ape Bridge.

Step 2:
Select the two blockchains you want to convert. You can swap the reverse with the two-way arrow icon.

Step 3: Find out information about the cost and time to make transactions on each project through the results table. Select Bridge when you have found a suitable project.


Hope the above article has explained & helped you to manage your assets more effectively through Ape Board. If you have any questions or problems, don't hesitate and comment below, Coin98 will always be ready to assist you!

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