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SolanaFM On-Chain Labelling: Marginfi Pool Accounts, Swap Programs, Staked SOL Tokens
This week, we updated three sets of address labels into the SolanaFM Explorer to boost your on-chain navigation skills.
Marginfi Pool Accounts
Staked SOL Tokens
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This week, we’ve added and updated three sets of DeFi address labels into the SolanaFM Explorer:
Marginfi Asset Pool Accounts (Lending & Borrowing)
AMM Programs (Swaps)
Staked SOL Tokens (Liquid Staking)
Let’s dive into the on-chain details.
Marginfi Asset Pools
The assets deposited on marginfi are stored in their own on-chain pool accounts.
Labelling these pool accounts enables you to track the assets being deposited and borrowed, letting you monitor any whale movements or find out how people are utilizing their borrowed assets to gain even more profits.
Let’s take the wSOL pool account for example — the account currently holds almost 125,000 Wrapped SOL, with users actively borrowing as much as 228 SOL ($5.5K) in a recent transaction.
View the marginfi pool accounts on the Explorer here:
Want to learn more about the marginfi program? Check out our Deep Dive:
When swapping tokens, various AMM and swap routing programs can be involved in the swap route; thus labelling the individual programs will help you verify your transactions better on-chain.
The following AMMs/Swap routing programs have been updated on SolanaFM:
To learn more about how swaps work on-chain, read our guide on Verifying Swaps on SolanaFM:
Staked SOL Tokens
In a blockchain where new tokens are launched every day, it is crucial to prevent malicious token activity especially when you’re staking your liquid SOL to receive staked SOL tokens.
Labelling various Staked SOL tokens helps you verify their exact token hash — for instance, in this transaction, the user can click on the minted token in the Transaction Flow to check the hash of the token (bSOL) they received.
The following staked SOL labels can be found on SolanaFM:
Making the Solana blockchain readable and user-friendly is one of SolanaFM’s primary objectives. On-chain address labels on solana.fm play a crucial role in enhancing the way we navigate around Solana, as well as helping us create a transparent ecosystem.
To help you verify your transactions on-chain, we will continue to tag on-chain addresses belonging to the protocols and applications you engage with daily.
If you’ve discovered any dApp or account you want us to label, drop us a message on Twitter!
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