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Think of your Cielo feed as an onchain news feed. It contains a stream of the latest transactions (tx) from wallets and lists you’re following. If you’re a serious onchain sleuth, it’s here you’ll be spending most of your time: watching transactions as they arrive in almost real-time, applying filters from the dropdown menus, and clicking through to transactions and users of interest to learn more.
Your feed assigns labeling to each transaction to aid your understanding. For instance, it will tell you the DEX or market where the tx occurred, the value in USD and the native currency (e.g. ETH), and the elapsed time since the tx took place. If an NFT was purchased, a thumbnail is also shown.
If you skipped the onboarding tutorial, your feed will be empty at first. There’s a couple of ways to easily remedy this:
Once that’s done, you should see recent transactions start to appear in your feed.
Your feed displays transactions chronologically and groups them by date and time for ease of comprehension. A cluster of tx from a single wallet within the space of a few minutes, for instance, will be grouped together.
Here is an example of a transaction as it appears in your Cielo feed:
If you see a green High TX label like this:
...it means the wallet in question has high transaction volume. You can still add the address to Cielo, but it could fill your feed with an excessive number of tx.
The ENS or wallet name assigned within Cielo appears in the top left. Clicking on the wallet name or avatar to the left of it opens a page showing all recent activity for that wallet e.g. https://app.cielo.finance/feed/0x…72
Example of a transaction header
To the right of the wallet name, an abbreviation of the wallet address is displayed e.g. 0x73...303f. Click on this to copy the full address to your clipboard. To the right of this, the list this wallet is assigned to is shown (if applicable). Clicking on the list name opens a new window showing all recent tx for wallets within that list. Finally, to the right of the tx header, the date and time of the transaction is displayed.
The box on the left applies a label to the tx type e.g. Send, Borrowed, Contract Interaction. Below this, the protocol where the tx took place is labeled where available. The logo of the EVM chain where the tx occurred is also shown.
Example of a transaction body
The larger box to the right displays the most important information about the tx: the amount being transacted, the token(s) involved, and the sender or recipient where relevant. If the tx involves an NFT, its thumbnail is displayed. Hovering your cursor over this produces a popup linking to marketplaces where this NFT can be viewed. There’s also a link to the Cielo page for that particular NFT collection.
Hover over a token icon to produce the following pop-up:
Then click on the address to copy the token contract or click Stats to view current market data:
If you see a star ⭐ displayed beside a tx, it means it’s the first time the wallet has purchased this particular token.
Finally, to the right of the transaction body, the elapsed time since the tx occurred is shown e.g. 2 hours. Clicking on this opens a block explorer link to this specific transaction.
When there are new transactions to view in your feed, a notification like this appears at the top of the page:
Clicking on it will update your feed to show the latest tx. If you prefer, you can set your feed to auto-update so that new tx are published automatically. To do so, just click the Auto button in the bottom right. The icon will turn yellow to denote that auto-updates are on. Click it again to deactivate.