Introducing the Watchlist: A New Way to Organize Blockchain Addresses


Navigating to the Watchlist is a simple process. Begin by heading to the Discover section, which is accessible from either the Welcome page or the left Menu. Once there, select the option labeled 'Watchlist'. This is where you can save both wallet addresses and ENS names. Moreover, the platform allows you to add personal notes, which you can revisit anytime.



So, why is there a need for the Watchlist?


In today's world, where blockchain social networks such as Twitter, Friend Tech, Lens, Farcaster, Etherscan, among others, are prevalent, coming across an interesting wallet address or ENS name is not uncommon. And when you do, the first instinct is to save it, either in your personal notes, in a spreadsheet, or perhaps you paste it into Loch for an in-depth analysis. This allows you to scrutinize its balances, transactions, DeFi positions, average cost basis, and much more.



However, the real challenge arises a few weeks down the line when you wish to revisit that very address to see any recent activity. The immediate question that arises is: where did you save that address? The struggle to recall or find where you stored that address can be frustrating.



This is the exact issue the Watchlist seeks to address.


It's no secret that blockchain addresses, while being secure, can be daunting to remember. Expecting oneself to memorize or hastily note down a series of 16 random alphanumeric characters isn't practical. This is where Loch's "Watchlist" feature proves invaluable. It offers a straightforward solution, allowing users to store wallet addresses or ENS names with ease. Moreover, you can add your personal notes, ensuring you have all the details at your fingertips.


In essence, the Watchlist serves as your primary guide for systematically tracking and analyzing wallet addresses that grab your attention. Whether you're a novice or an expert in the blockchain realm, the Watchlist ensures you never lose track of those critical addresses ever again.

Introducing the Watchlist: A New Way to Organize Blockchain Addresses


Navigating to the Watchlist is a simple process. Begin by heading to the Discover section, which is accessible from either the Welcome page or the left Menu. Once there, select the option labeled 'Watchlist'. This is where you can save both wallet addresses and ENS names. Moreover, the platform allows you to add personal notes, which you can revisit anytime.



So, why is there a need for the Watchlist?


In today's world, where blockchain social networks such as Twitter, Friend Tech, Lens, Farcaster, Etherscan, among others, are prevalent, coming across an interesting wallet address or ENS name is not uncommon. And when you do, the first instinct is to save it, either in your personal notes, in a spreadsheet, or perhaps you paste it into Loch for an in-depth analysis. This allows you to scrutinize its balances, transactions, DeFi positions, average cost basis, and much more.



However, the real challenge arises a few weeks down the line when you wish to revisit that very address to see any recent activity. The immediate question that arises is: where did you save that address? The struggle to recall or find where you stored that address can be frustrating.



This is the exact issue the Watchlist seeks to address.


It's no secret that blockchain addresses, while being secure, can be daunting to remember. Expecting oneself to memorize or hastily note down a series of 16 random alphanumeric characters isn't practical. This is where Loch's "Watchlist" feature proves invaluable. It offers a straightforward solution, allowing users to store wallet addresses or ENS names with ease. Moreover, you can add your personal notes, ensuring you have all the details at your fingertips.


In essence, the Watchlist serves as your primary guide for systematically tracking and analyzing wallet addresses that grab your attention. Whether you're a novice or an expert in the blockchain realm, the Watchlist ensures you never lose track of those critical addresses ever again.

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