DEPOCKET NOW ADDED AURORA INTO ITS TRACKED TOKEN
AURORA: Indispensable infrastructure of near protocol
As you can read in the news, Near protocol has just successfully raised more than 150 million USD from various famous names such as Three Arrows Capital, a16z, Alameda Research, Mechanism Capital, Dragonfly Capital, Jump Capital, Zee Prime, Amber Group,… The price of NEAR shot up significantly and reached a new ATH of $20.42 on January 16, 2022. Thanks to that, other projects in the Near Protocol ecosystem also received more attention from the crypto investment community. Especially Aurora, a project that can be said to be the most effective assistant contributing to the success of Near Protocol.
Aurora is a NEAR Protocol-based platform that has the charge of improving scalability in Ethereum. Developed by the NEAR Protocol core team, Aurora consists of 2 important parts: Aurora Engine (EVM) and Aurora Bridge, which allows users to transfer tokens between Near Protocol and Ethereum. So, Aurora is considered a crucial move to attract users from the Ethereum ecosystem, which is currently having many issues including transaction speed, gas fees, and poor scalability.
Monitoring AURORA by adding a custom token
With the newly released function of the custom token, our users recently can track their favorite tokens by adding their contracts. AURORA is the same as well. In order to monitor AURORA balance in your wallet, you can follow all these steps:
Step 1: Connect your wallet with DePocket App, prefer MetaMask for the best compatibility.
Step 2: Click on the top-right button “Wallet circle” and choose “Manage custom token”
Step 3: Head over to CoinMarketCap or CoinGecko and search “AURORA” to get the token contract. Or you can simply paste “0xaaaaaa20d9e0e2461697782ef11675f668207961” in “Manage custom token”
Step 4: Finally, enjoy tracking your AURORA balance with DePocket.
DePocket is a DeFi tracker invested by a number of capital organizations, including Near Protocol. Therefore, adding AURORA to the custom token watchlist is an urgent necessity, meeting the needs of both the Near Protocol ecosystem as well as users.