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Dashboard Overview
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Written by Quadency Customer Service
Updated over a week ago


In your Quadency Dashboard, you will find charts and analytics that give you a complete picture of your holdings.


Tip: The dashboard can be viewed in the context of a single account or entire portfolio (all accounts combined). To switch to another view, select "Switch View" from the menu:

Dashboard Charts

At the top of your Dashboard you will find two charts:

  • Performance

  • Current Allocations


This chart shows the historical value of your portfolio. This chart is constructed based on your trading history and deposits/withdrawal history from your accounts. Hovering over a point in time, to see the valuation of your portfolio at that time.

The accuracy of this graph and others depend on the depth of account history available from your exchange. Always be sure to check your trade history to make sure it is complete.

Current Allocations

This chart shows the current distribution of your portfolio assets (with any nominal quantity assets grouped as “other”). Hovering over any asset will show further details such as current value, current price, and the amount held.

Tip: By default, all values are shown in USD. You can switch to your preferred currency by selecting from the menu in the top right corner of the navigation bar.

Finish Setting Up Your Account

The Quadency progress bar helps users on completing the set-up of their account. It serves as a guide on how users can maximize their use of Quadency.

For more information regarding the Quadency to this article.

Portfolio Overview

Below, in your Portfolio Overview, you will find your latest balances, real-time profit and losses, deposit & withdrawal options, and their values based on real-time global average prices.

Find the list of analytics and their description:

  • Asset - Full name and symbol of the asset. Please note that symbol names are normalized per common industry standards, so if you see a symbol that is different from the way it is listed at your exchange, don't be surprised - it's the same asset. In some cases, the full name may be different than what the exchange lists, but the symbol is the same. For example, Binance has BTT as BitTorrent, but BTT may be shown in Quadency as Blocktrade. This kind of labeling issue can happen when a new asset is introduced at an exchange that shares the same symbol with another asset listed on a different exchange. In any event, if you have BTT at Binance, rest assured that it is BitTorrent, not Blocktrade. We are constantly improving this so it may be less of an issue in the near future.

  • Total shows the total quantity of an asset you currently own, and Available is the amount that is free (not tied in open orders).

  • Last Price is the real-time global weighted average price of the asset. The average price is weighted based on volume from all supported exchanges.

  • Avg Cost Basis is the average per-unit price you paid to acquire the total quantity currently held. For example, if you bought 1 Bitcoin for 3000, 2 for 4000 and 1 for 3500, your average cost basis would be 3625.

  • Market Value is the current liquidation value of the given asset. This is an approximation as the price you actually get will depend on the liquidity and may be subject to slippage at the exchange.

  • Cost Basis is the total cost of acquiring the currently held quantity. It is derived using Avg Cost Basis * Total. An asset can be acquired by buying it (ie buy BTC/USD), selling another asset for it (is sell ETH/BTC), depositing, or in some cases exchange airdrops. In the case of buying the asset, the price from trade history is used. In the case of selling another asset which results in a certain quantity, the price of the asset is determined from the average end-of-day price. If this field is blank for an asset, it means that there was insufficient transaction history available for your account to determine the cost basis. Instead of showing inaccurate value, we opt not to show anything if this is the case.

  • Total Return is the overall gain or loss from holding the asset. It is calculated using Market Value - Cost Basis.

  • Deposit either QUAD, USDT, or USDC into your Quadency account wallet. You can follow this guide to know how to deposit into your Quadency wallet.

  • Withdraw your QUAD, USDT, or USDC holdings to your preferred Ethereum address. Follow these steps to successfully withdraw from your Quadency wallet.

  • Trade button allows you to trade the asset with other supported trading pairs.

Note: *QUAD deposits are unavailable in the United States due to the current regulation.


Click on the trade button to find the list of pairs available for this asset. Clicking on a pair will redirect you to the terminal on the selected pair. If Quadency is selected, you will be redirected to QUADX directly.

The options available in the trade menu are based on the exchange where the account is held. In the case of Portfolio Overview, if the asset is available in multiple exchanges, market options for all exchanges are shown.

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