In this article, we explain how to view your crowdloan contributions in Subwallet.


ℹ️ GOOD TO KNOW

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ℹ️ INFO

Subwallet is available as a mobile app for iOS and Android, as a browser extension, and as a web app. The UX and UI of all three platforms are pretty consistent.

In this and other articles, we provide instructions for the browser extension. If there are differences between the extension and the mobile app, we'll make sure to point them out or provide separate instructions.

How to view your crowdloan contributions

It is easy to view any active crowdloan contributions you have made from your accounts.


ℹ️ GOOD TO KNOW

Currently you can't contribute to a crowdloan through Subwallet, you can only view contributions you've already made through other apps (like Polkadot-JS UI).


‼️ IMPORTANT

Subwallet only shows contributions made using the native method ('crowdloan.contribute'). If you participated in some other way, like through a custodian or using a non-native method offered by the parachain, your contributions won't show up here.

1. Select the account you want to view your contribution for. Alternatively, you can select "All accounts" to view your contributions from all of them.



2. Then click on the "Crowdloans" button to view your contributions. You can also click on the "configuration" icon in the search bar to filter them based on the relay chain (Polkadot or Kusama) and whether the parachain has won or is still in auction.



ℹ️ GOOD TO KNOW

Currently, Subwallet doesn't show dissolved crowdloans, i.e. crowdloans for parachains that either didn't win a slot or their lease period ended.

To view all crowdloan contributions for an account, you can visit this standalone site developed by Subwallet.