Users can carry out different types of actions that can be divided into the following categories: Governance, Identity, Native wallet, Parachains, Discussions, App settings & more
  • Check and vote for referenda
Every 28 days, Polkadot’s governance system autonomously selects the next proposal to go to referendum by alternating between awaiting Council and public proposals.
Every token holder can vote as long as he provides a bond.
  • Submit proposals for a referendum
Public referenda can be proposed by any token holder in the system as long as they provide a bond.
  • Second a proposal
After a proposal is made, others can agree with it by seconding it and putting up tokens equal to the original bond. The most seconded proposal will become a public referendum
  • Vote for council elections
The council is an on-chain collective that exists to represent passive stakeholders. It can propose important changes and cancel uncontroversially dangerous proposals.
Any DOT token holder can run for Council (submit candidacy not available yet). The councils are elected by the other token holders.
  • Check the treasury proposals
The Treasury is an account that accumulates funds by inflation as well as by taking a portion of transaction fees and slashes. As only councils can vote on treasury proposals, "normal" dot holders can only check on them
  • Check and propose tips
Next to the proposals process, a separate system for making tips exists for the Treasury. Tips can be suggested by anyone and are supported by members of the Council.
  • Check bounties
A Bounty is a mechanism that allows the Polkadot Council to indicate that there is a need to do some task for the Polkadot network and allows users to receive DOT in return for working on that task.


Polkadot provides a naming system that allows participants to add personal information to their on-chain account and subsequently ask for verification of this information by registrars.
  • Check registrars
Registrars can set a fee for their services and limit their attestation to certain fields. When a user requests judgement, they will pay this fee to the registrar they picked.
  • Set up an identity
Users can set an identity by registering through default fields such as legal name, display name, website, Twitter handle... Users must reserve funds in a bond to store their information on-chain. These funds are locked, not spent - they are returned when the identity is cleared.
  • Request a judgment
After a user injects their information on-chain, they can request judgement from a registrar.
  • Remove identity
Users can clear their identity information and have their deposit returned.

Native wallet

  • Import an account with a seed
Users can import an account through an existing seed to start using our native wallet
  • Import an account with a JSON file
Users can import an account through its JSON file
  • Export account JSON file
Users can export one of their internal accounts with its JSON file
  • Create an account and generate a new seed
Users can create a new internal account by generating a new seed. He will be asked to carefully conserve this new private key
  • See balance details
Users can consult the balance details (total balance, transferrable, reserved ,and locked) of their internal account
  • Send fund
Considering that they have enough funds, users can send funds from one of their internal accounts
  • Receive fund
Users can receive funds to one of their internal accounts
  • Sign a transaction
Considering that they have enough funds, users can sign transactions within the app thanks to their internal account.

External account

  • Add an external account (existing Polkadot or Kusama account)
Users can add their public Polkadot or Kusama accounts by importing their public addresses. To sign transactions with these accounts they'll have to go through Parity signer
  • Sign a transaction with Parity signer
To sign transactions with their external accounts, users we'll have to go through Parity signer
  • See balance details
Users can consult the balance details of their external accounts (total balance, transferrable, reserved and locked)


  • Check parachains status
Users can see an overview of the different parachains of the network. Information such as the parachain slot lease is given.
  • Check parathreads
A list of the network parathreads is given. Clicking on one of the parathread will redirect the user to that project's website.
  • Check auction
Users can follow up the Polkadot or Kusama auction.
  • Check and participate in crowdloan
Users can support their favorite projects by contributing to their crowdloan. They can also just check the progress of the different ongoing and completed crowdloan


Although they can't interact (like or comment), users can already visualize the discussions from Polkassembly within the app. The next step would be to let the user log into Polkasembly within the app and allow these interractions

Push notifications

Currently, users can receive push notifications for a new treasury proposal, new tip suggestion or a new referendum. They can turn on or off these notifications through the push notification setting screen

Dark mode

Users can turn on the dark mode by using the toggle button in the side menu

Send feedback

There is a section in the app to send feedback. It will open the user mail app through which the user is asked to send feedback.

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