Network Activity Dashboard

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1. Introduction to the Network Activity dashboard

The purpose of this document is to showcase the functionality of the Network Activity dashboard for the relevant users or stakeholders within Principal Member organizations.

1.1 Overview of Network Activity

The relevant users will be interacting the asset management dashboard to obtain accurate, up to date and consistent information.

1.2 Concepts

Concept Breakdown
Sender Address Related to the remitters cryptoaddress
Receiver Address Related to beneficiary cryptoaddress
Transaction ID Unique combination of number and letters pertaining to a transaction arising
Amount The transaction amount sent
Created at Date the transaction was created
Public Address (key) A public key allows you to receive cryptocurrency. Every address is secured by a private key, in our case, this private key is secured by the vault
Transaction Status The status pertaining to an actual transaction, will either have 'COMPLETED' or 'CONTRACT FAILED'
Asset Referring to the actual asset under question
Mint Minting crypto is creating new digital coins or tokens on a blockchain network
Burn Burning refers to a deflationary process that permanently removes asset tokens from circulation


2. Getting setup with the Network Activity dashboard

In this section of the user guide, we will walk you through all aspects of getting started with the asset management product.

2.1 Accessing the Network Activity dashboard

As a member of the principal member dashboard you will have access to the asset management reporting dashboard, to access the reporting views, you will use the link either within the compliance dashboard or PM dashboard and therefore need no further login credentials. 

Please Note - Your login credentials for the overall dashboard/s will be provided by the io. Customer Office team directly to you via the automated onboarding email.


3. Getting to know the Network Activity Dashboard

In this section of the user guide, we will walk you through all aspects of getting started with the Network Activity Dashboard.

  1. Dashboard View;
  2. Filter types;
  3. Navigation;
  4. Data Exporting.

3.1 Dashboard View

The image below depicts the dashboard. As a personnel user you will be using this for operational, analytical and regulatory decision making. This dashboard has the feature of having minimal typing and searching where select filters at the top can allow quick, instant solutions to understanding the data present.


3.2 Filter Types

There are four types of filters available. These filters are;

  1. Client Filter
  2. Date Range
  3. Timeframe Range
  4. Custom Filter

3.2a Client Filter

The controls depicted below have a drop down option where the user can filter the relevant data. In order to reset the filters to indicate all existing information, you can select the three dots (indicated below) and a reset option will appear.


3.2b Date Range

The date time range control allows filtering by 2 routes; route one is actually the dates themselves (and respective times) and the second route is selecting the unit itself (day, week, month, year etc.) and backcasting from the current date. Please see some images attached below to illustrate this functionality.

3.2c Timeframe Range

Looking at the visual below the filters can show data relative to a timeframe (even selecting a custom number of months like 1 as in the visual). All the relevant visuals that use the control filter will change, however, not all visuals will work with the filter.

3.2d Custom Filters

Due to the data makeup and/or importance of a particular visual, the user may have certain tiles that will have their own custom filter. This will be indicated with the filter directly above the applicable visual. An example is given on the next page to illustrate this.

It can be observed from the visual (for example) that the different entities conducting transactions, this can be generated via a specific filter not altering the dashboard itself.


3.3 Navigation

There may be instances where certain actions can filter a different sheet according to the entity/item being examined. An example may be that the user will wish to see the relevant details for a specific client (e.g., IO Network Demo Ltd.). The user can right click and an action option is presented to the user where it states “Navigation action (some details)” as seen in the visual below. After this the particular destination visuals/sheet should be cleaned for all of the information pertaining to the actual client.

3.4 Data Exporting

An instance may arise where the user may require further analysis to be done on another platform like Microsoft Excel or Google sheets. The Network Activity Dashboard offers the capability to export your visualizations results to Excel (where the data is tabular), other visuals can be exported as CSV (comma separated value) files where needed. This allows the user to quickly disseminate the information to other stakeholders without having to waste time duplicating data generated within the dashboard.


4. Operational & Technical Support

Please refer to our help center and principal member user guides to review and follow support processes.


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