Introducing Console's Multi-Chain View

Jul 1, 2024

3 mins


Brahma is excited to announce a major upgrade to Console. Now, you can view all your assets, under different chains in a single consolidated view. Continuing our streak of launching Console on leading EVM chains, we are finally out with our most anticipated feature for Console. 

Multi-Chain View will breakthrough siloed on-chain interactions, offering existing and new Console users a unified and streamlined experience across multiple EVM chains, kickstarting the experience with Mainnet, Arbitrum, Base, Blast, Mode, and Sei, soon expanding to more chains. 


Problems With Multi-Chain Processing

Engaging with dApps and managing assets cross-chain has been a fragmented process. Users often find themselves navigating through various interfaces and struggling with the complexities of interacting with different chains. This disjointed experience not only hampers usability but also presents security risks and operational inefficiencies.

For most EOA based wallets, managing multi-chain is a rather layered process and filled with bottlenecks from RPC and bridging efficiency to security and feasibility. 

DeFi markets require seamless interoperability, not just for power users but also for protocols and teams to navigate efficiently. Currently, power users and teams spread their liquidity across various DeFi protocols and blockchains to maximize returns. However, tracking these multi-chain, multi-dApp, and multi-operation activities remains a major challenge across the ecosystem.


Problems With Multi-Chain Processing

Engaging with dApps and managing assets cross-chain has been a fragmented process. Users often find themselves navigating through various interfaces and struggling with the complexities of interacting with different chains. This disjointed experience not only hampers usability but also presents security risks and operational inefficiencies.

For most EOA based wallets, managing multi-chain is a rather layered process and filled with bottlenecks from RPC and bridging efficiency to security and feasibility. 

DeFi markets require seamless interoperability, not just for power users but also for protocols and teams to navigate efficiently. Currently, power users and teams spread their liquidity across various DeFi protocols and blockchains to maximize returns. However, tracking these multi-chain, multi-dApp, and multi-operation activities remains a major challenge across the ecosystem.


Problems With Multi-Chain Processing

Engaging with dApps and managing assets cross-chain has been a fragmented process. Users often find themselves navigating through various interfaces and struggling with the complexities of interacting with different chains. This disjointed experience not only hampers usability but also presents security risks and operational inefficiencies.

For most EOA based wallets, managing multi-chain is a rather layered process and filled with bottlenecks from RPC and bridging efficiency to security and feasibility. 

DeFi markets require seamless interoperability, not just for power users but also for protocols and teams to navigate efficiently. Currently, power users and teams spread their liquidity across various DeFi protocols and blockchains to maximize returns. However, tracking these multi-chain, multi-dApp, and multi-operation activities remains a major challenge across the ecosystem.


Console Brings Comprehensive Multi-Chain View

Console, currently being live on Mainnet, Arbitrum, Mode, Blast, Sei and Base and with launch of Berachain, Swell and more chains in queue is progressing into becoming the ideal execution and account management stack. 

Console is re-calibrating the idea of chain abstraction, enabling an integrated account to run on-chain actions without toggling between protocols, bridges, wallets and tools.  

The release of the Multi-Chain View on Console focusses on a new epoch of on-chain efficiency.

Key highlights of this feature include:

  • Single Console, Multiple Chains: Simplifying the process of deploying smart contracts and executing transactions, Brahma Console empowers users with one-click cross-chain Console deployment, saving time and effort. Users now have the convenience of accessing a single Console or safe address deployed across all supported chains, eliminating the need for multiple accounts, addresses, and interfaces.

  • Unified Asset and Position Overview: With a comprehensive view of assets and positions across different chains, users can make informed decisions and manage their portfolios within a unified dashboard.

  • Expanded Chain Support: Brahma Console extends its reach beyond the Ethereum mainnet, offering compatibility with additional EVM chains such as Arb, Blast, Mode, Berachain, and more. This broadens the scope of opportunities for users and teams and opens doors to diverse on-chain experiences.

  • Segregated Sub-Accounts: Each Console is equipped with unique Sub-Accounts tailored to the user's preferences, policies, and thresholds, enhancing customisation and security.

  • Cross-Chain Transaction History: With the ability to monitor their fund activity across different chains from a unified transaction history view, users can have peace of mind knowing that their transactions are transparent and easily traceable.

  • Organizational View: For institutional users and organizations, Brahma Console offers a consolidated dashboard with a single account deployed across multiple chains, streamlining operations and enhancing scalability.


Looking ahead, Brahma Console has iterative plans to enhance its capabilities and elevate the user experience.

The Bridging functionality will be introduced on July 03, with Socket and Li.fi as our pilot bridging partners and aggregators, enabling seamless asset transfers between chains with minimal friction. Brahma Console remains committed to continuous improvement and innovation, with ongoing optimizations to enrich the platform's functionality and user interface.

By unifying on-chain user experiences cross-chain, Brahma Console empowers users to navigate the complexities of decentralized finance with confidence and ease. As the platform continues to evolve and expand its capabilities, we welcome users to step in and experience cross-chain DeFi interactions at their finest!

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