Having a hard time tracking the amount of money you have after buying a bunch of alt coins and getting yourself into several ICO’s?
Don’t worry because you’re not alone. We have had the same problem when we just started. We knew we had to consolidate all our coins in one place at some point. Finding a software to stick with is not easy, which is why we wanted to share this comprehensive list. You will need a performance tracker to help you gauge your overall earnings. Without further due, below is our list of recommended cryptocurrency portfolio tracking apps.
Delta is a great mobile and desktop app that allows is pretty straight-forward so you won’t have a hard time using it. It avoids the hassle of keeping track of everything manually. They just launched an API import feature, which allows you to connect your transactions from any chosen exchanges (Binance, Bittrex Robinhood, etc…) They only process trades and fiat withdrawals / deposits for now. They have an extremely responsive community and support team as well.
CoinGecko is very popular among a lot of people but truth be told, there’s nothing really special about it in our opinion. We do however love its news platform integration. Apart from that, there’s nothing to be really excited about because it doesn’t even let you upload your balances and only shows you the price of the coins you chose.
A free and simple app exclusive to the Mac, Lionshare offers an attractive design that users will find easy to navigate. Though the app lets you input the amount of each of your currencies, it doesn’t let you deal with trades.
Regardless of this shortcoming, it is without a doubt a really cool app that’s nice to have.
Cryptofolio may not be the best looking app out there but when it comes to flexibility and versatility, it’s definitely up there with the best. This amazingly free tool does require a bit of technical knowledge but despite this huge requirement, it still manages to get the job done.
Coincap has gained a bit of a good rep from so many people though the website doesn’t really offer much. It does have its own mobile app for both iOS and Android though, which is something people can find useful.
Web based and mobile friendly, CoinFYI is surprisingly not as popular as its competitors but it does provide a comprehensive newsfeed for all your coins. It also allows you to view a Google Trends chart of all your currencies which is very useful especially for beginners.
The only drawback is that it has no bulk upload feature. All it does is give you a shot of your investments which is kind of disappointing.
Being mobile is definitely an advantage nowadays and Blockfolio didn’t waste time capitalizing on it. That advantage may also be its lone disadvantage because it’s mobile only. The app is great because it shows real-time prices of all exchanges and really helped us keep track of all our weekly trades and coins.
There is news that a desktop version is forthcoming but there has been no updates so far.
Crypto Compare is probably today’s most popular cryptocurrency prices feeder and there’s a good reason why. It’s simply the best when it comes to coins and prices and although it being web-based is awesome, it’s not as mobile friendly as the others which is kind of a letdown.
We don't like that we have to upload a worksheet or look at your past performance in another format because the table with profits and losses isn’t that great.
We knew the search was over as soon as we found Cointracking.info because it has everything we were looking for. With its API importers, exchange integration, and the dashboards and charts it has to offer, this is the perfect solution! If that’s not good enough, they even help get your taxes done so how cool is that? The only turn off is that it is not free. You pay 0.289 BTC for lifetime access, that's around $3,000 for crying out loud.
I’ve saved the best for last and that distinction goes to Altpocket, which so far, seems to be the best alternative available. This free tool which I believe is one of the best out there, allows you to input both your Poloniex and Bittrex API keys and get trades automatically too. It lets you manually add trades as well and lets you modify your pricing API to either Poloniex, Bittrex, or CoinMarketCap.
If that’s not great enough, it also has that social network vibe and lets people follow you so you can share your performance and portfolio with them. You always have the option to make your portfolio private though.
The tool has a lot to offer data visualization-wise and with updates happening all the time, it definitely shows a lot of promise.
A FEATURE THAT ALL THE APPS lack is ability to add wallet transfer fees / deductions – to get an idea of what the transactions look like. Apps like Delta and Altpocket are rumored to be working on including it.
I hope all the information I provided helps. If you use other Crypto-Portfolio Trackers and have some feedback to share, feel free to do so.
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Airdrops, according to Kurt, are “when companies that have tokens, give them away for free to their users (in exchange for a sign-up) and these often have some kind of monetary value - generally dollars.” It’s a marketing tool for ICOs, but it is also a good way for users to learn more about new projects and receive tokens.