A huge barrier to the everyday use of cryptocurrency is the ease of use by the general consumer and the tracking of where your funds go. As the proliferation of cryptocurrency envelops into our every day lives and shocking the ecosystem of our established business networks, big businesses have a growing demand to be able to effectively produce accurate financial information to monitor their company's financial crypto assets and liabilities. Addendum is the smart wallet attachment that empowers users with human readable descriptions to their transactions histories into usable digital information ready for financial analysis. In short, it cuts the mumbo jumbo of crypto transactions listings into understandable financial information so you can review and track your crypto investments properly to give you the assurance that you invested in the right Ethereum contract or that your suppliers have appropriately paid the right value for your crypto assets. We aim to do this in two fronts. 1. Utilisation of APIs to generate your crypto transaction history into a usable digital format (.csv) 2. Use trusted oracles to provide human readable automated messages for transactions without changing the historical information. (E.g. Converting 42 crypto addresses to their .eth Ethereum Name) Addendum is to be further developed for integration with cryptocurrency wallets like MetaMask to users to easily view their crypto transaction history in usable formats. Addendum will continued to be developed to increase usability such as through integration with the google suite and provide users with the ability to easily store transactions listings into their Skale drive and folders.

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How it's made

Addendum utilises an API that leverages the existing framework within the etherscan transaction history to generate a user's crypto transaction data to create a .csv file. Addendum simultaneously uses Chainlink's oracles to translate the crypto transaction data into readable human formats and incorporates the transaction data into the .csv file created.