Analyse Your FSA with COSS-FSA

Analyse Your FSA with COSS-FSA

Julian, the creator of COSS-FSA has developed a tool to help you analyse your Fee Split Allocation (FSA).

Currently on the FSA wallet page, you can see the tokens in your FSA wallet, the total amount, amount distributed and amount remaining. Although this is important information, there is little in the way of additional information to make the wall of numbers more intuitive to users.

As there are lots of ERC tokens listed on COSS, you can be forgiven for not following each one in great detail. It’s unlikely that you are going to know the value of each coin or token, making it difficult to interpret the results on your FSA wallet page.

The ability to see the current value of tokens in the FSA wallet listed alongside the amount you own and the value of what is in your FSA wallet are all highly requested features. Unfortunately, they have not made their way on to COSS yet.

Community Created Tool for FSA Analysis

A new feature on the community created site allows you to input your FSA details by copying an API endpoint in to a text box. Which is easier than it sounds.

How to see the value of your FSA with COSS-FSA

{"data":[{"currency":"WISH","status":"enable","total":"0.0423782797049816973196717","distributed":"0.0000000000000000000000000","remaining":"0.0423782797049816973196717","show":true}, etc.
  • Paste the text in to the box on the coss-fsa analyzer page
  • A table will show beneath the input box showing you all your coins, their values and the value of the coins in your FSA wallet

A Work in Progress Notice

It should be noted that this is a work in progress and is not currently finished, but is functional. Julian intends to add some additional features, such as table sorting and more to this feature as it is very popular amongst the COSS community.

When tested, this did not work on mobile (iOS) but worked perfectly in Chrome on a PC.

If you don’t have a COSS account yet, you can show Julian some love by signing up with his referral link.

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