The best way to track your crypto-portfolio

in bitcoin •  last year

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A brief overview of the best crypto portfolio trackers currently offered.

So you bought a gazzilion alt coins and got yourself into a million ICO's and now you're not even sure how much money you have, right ?

Well, me too. At some point I knew I was gonna need to centralize all my coins in one place, the problem was finding prices for all those tickers. Also, when the money on crypto started getting real (at least for my standards) I definitely had to treat it as an investment and keep track of its performance.

Ergo, I needed a software.

I ended up struggling a bit to find a few, so I thought I'd just come over and share with you all my findings.

Note: They are also useful if you only own a handful of coins but trade a lot and need some kind of performance tracker.

#10 Coin-Folio

Coin-Folio Very simple web based tool. You can manually import your trades into it. Nothing special about it.

#9 CoinGecko

A lot of people seem to use CoinGecko but i don't see anything special about it. The one pro they have is that it has a whole news platform integrated on it. Aside from that doesn't seem huge. It won't let you upload your balances to it, only lets you choose the coins you want to see the price.

#8 Coincap

A lot of good things being said about Coincap. The website does not let you do much, but it has a mobile app for both iOS and Android and lets you keep track of up to three portfolios.

#7 Lionshare

Lionshare is a Mac-only free app. Its design is quite attractive, although the app is very simplistic. It only lets you input the amount of each currency you own. Doesn't deal with trades at all.

Even so, it is a nice gadget to have on your Mac and glance at your holdings.

#6 Cryptofolio

Cryptofolio may not be good-looking, but is a quite flexible tool. It requires some technical knowledge (like being able to use an API). But in case that's for you, it's a good free tool to get the job done.

#5 CoinFYI

CoinFYI is not widely-known as most of the others, but it seems pretty interesting. They're web-based and mobile friendly and they give you an interesting feed of news for the coins you hold and also let you look at a Google Trends chart of the currencies you hold. Both are interesting ideas.

Unfortunately it also does not let you bulk upload trades. Moreover, it just gives you a snapshot of your holdings, your trades aren't even uploaded with dates. Bummer.

#4 Blockfolio

Blockfolio has the prominent advantage of being mobile. And it has the massive drawback of being mobile-only. I loved Blockfolio for quite a while, the app is sleek, they have live prices for virtually all mainstream tickers and exchanges and it worked just great to keep track of my handful of coins and weekly trades.

But then when the trades started to get more frequent than weekly it became such a mission to input all those trades using this tiny button on my phone that I had to quit it.

They said a desktop version is soon to be released, but so far it hasn't.

#3 CryptoCompare

Crypto Compare is probably the most notable cryptocurrency prices feeder of all. In terms of coins and prices it is basically unbeatable. The portfolio tracking app is web-based which is cool but not as mobile friendly as one would expect.

Also I disliked the fact that it won't allow you to upload an excel with trades for example or look at your historic performance in a format other than a table with unrealized profits and losses

#2 Cointracking.info

Cointracking.info is the perfect solution ! I knew at some point I would find something like that. They integrate with exchanges, they have API importers, all kinds of dashboards and charts and all you could want. Definitely the tool to get the job done. I mean they have IT ALL. More than I could figure from myself, like a dendrogram of currencies. They even help you get your taxes done.

Except that... well... for more than 200 trades it is not free AT ALL. It is quite expensive actually. A lifetime signature is half a BTC and a one year signature is 0.08 BTC (Currently approximately $200).

Well, not for me.

#1 Altpocket


Altpocket is,so far, the best looking alternative I've seen. One of the best tools out there. Totally free, lets you input your Poloniex and Bittrex API keys (which are the exact ones I use) and get trades automatically. Also lets you add trades manually. Lets you change your pricing API to CoinMarketCap, Poloniex or Bittrex.

Moreover, it has a social network feeling. Lets you share your portfolio and performance and be followed by people. But you can, obviously, make your portfolio private.

Still, it has a lot to add in terms of data visualization. Cointracking beats it hands tied. It seems that they have updates going on all the time, so I expect a lot more to come.

Note: Be sure to create new API keys with read-only rights before submitting it to Altpocket or any other tool !

CoinFinance

CoinFinance seems very promising. All the news about it are very good. They claim to be the Google Finance for cryptocurrency. Their interface is great for visualizing and very user-friendly. They're developing both iOS and Android apps.

Unfortunately it is currently under maintenance so I can't check whether they let you bulk import trades, but I'll soon do it and update this post with their rank.

Done !

Hope it helps, let me know whether you use other Crypto-Portfolio Trackers and what's their strengths and weaknesses.

Further discussion goes on this and this reddit threads.

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Thanks a lot

@pedrombraz

I am looking for a solution that would include tax reporting so I can give the report to my CPA. A software that would give me a 1099 basically. just wanted to chip in here:

from Crypto port tracker:

(1) Trading history for Kraken and other exchanges is automatically imported via API or manual trade history upload. Withdrawals are not calculated at this time, but will be supported in a future update.
(2) Personal info is very secure, in fact we don't collect any user information other than email address and first/last name, and all data is stored with encryption on Google Cloud.
(3) While the app calculates realized gain/loss, it is not intended for tax purposes at this time.

any thoughts from anyone here?

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This would be quite helpful.

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Sounds great! I never heard of such a platform but I'll look into it and get back to you, ok? Cheers

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Have you checked out bitcoin.tax?

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Hello @liotap , finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

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I have been using CoinTracking for the past two years and all I can say are good things. One of the smartest customer support I've ever experienced. I've used about 4 other portfolio tracking, and none come close to what CoinTracking offers, usability and design is great.

The companion app is amazing as well. Now I can quickly see a snapshot of all my investments, regardless of where they are located, in one easy to use app.

Although the free version is good, import each CSV file from each exchange is time consuming, with the PRO version all your transactions are up to date with one time setup.

You can use my affiliate link which gives you 10% discount.

Hope this helps!

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Hi Lio, CoinTracking has a section (Tax-Report) that allows you to create a tax report for your transactions. It is pretty straight forward. Find attached a screenshot of it.

Hope it helps

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I have explored a couple of them and Cointracking seems to the best when compared to others. I created an account to on Altpocket and it doesn't seem to be as great as Cointracking. Any particular reason you ranked it above Cointracking?

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It might've changed from when I wrote to now. I'm considering making a review soon !

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Have to agree at the moment, CoinTracking is the most comprehensive portfolio monitoring solution (esp. for users who trade across multiple platforms).

Thanks for sharing.

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so expensive though. outrageously so...!

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Cointracking would be the best, (if it worked, and if they delivered on their promises - which they don't)

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Exactly my experience. It doesn't do what it claims to do.

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What are some of the shortcomings or promised features that arent being delivered?

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Hello @gokulnk , finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

Found you through Reddit; appreciate the post. I am going to use CoinTracking as when I started I was only on Kraken but over time I bled into multiple exchanges for various reasons. Thanks so much :)

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Want to add Crypto Portfolio Tracker to the list:

  1. Connects to GDAX, Kraken, and Bittrex API for automatic sync
  2. Automatically calculates unrealized gain for all assets - no manual trade entry!
  3. Works on mobile browsers, no registration needed

https://cryptoportfoliotracker.com/

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It's currently at about $46 yr. for the pro. BTC = 0.006 They offer free ten day trial.

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I also like CoinTracking. In my opinion it's the best solution to track all my cryptocurrencies. I have API connections to all exchanges i am using so far thumbs up :-)

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Hello @miyurufernando , finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

I´m using #Tabtrader but will test your suggestions. Thank you by the article.

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Cool ! let me know whether TabTrader overcomes the ones I mentioned.

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Tabtrader is brilliant!

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@j4c0b1, make sure you check the new post about portfolio trackers I've made. There are some very good new mobile platforms I think you should check. cheers !

Very helpful post, great work. Thanks.

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Cheers ! appreciate the support

Coincap has been good to me so far on mobile.

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@chadwickthecrab, make sure you check the new post about portfolio trackers I've made. There are some very good new mobile platforms I think you should check. cheers !

Awesome article dude, I'm resteeming this

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Glad you liked it ! Thanks a lot.

In case you've been looking into ICOs, I've been trying to develop an ICO Valuation methodology. I've been through how not to get scammed and how to properly evaluate an ICO team. Also, I put some alerts out for a possible ICO Bubble, as have the CFA Institute.

To facilitate the way people keep up with ICOs I came up with the Ultimate ICO List and an ICO resources list.

Hopefully you'll find some of that useful.

Looking forward to your reading new posts of yours and hearing your thoughts on mine ! Cheers

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Nice review, and interesting links in your comment that I'm going to check out for sure!

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Hey there @cryptorofu and @cryptocoinclub , finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

Great post. We're a new player in the crypto portfolio space at http://www.efolio.info -- we do a few things differently than other players in the game. Namely, NO authentication required whatsoever. Everything runs on the client.

We are adding features all the time -- we have Ledger Wallet integration as well as Shapeshift integration. And you can query the blockchain to get all your balances. And, yes, we are working on the UI. Right now, it is all default bootstrap, but we are bringing a designer on board.

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I'll be sure to give it a look !

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Started using it last month. Loving it. Clean and simple. I just wish there was a way to automatically sync portfolios from the exchanges, through API keys.

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There seems to be a way to automatically sync the tokens, but not the positions of coins. I too wish for that.

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I've been using eFolio for about two weeks now and I LOVE it. Blockfolio wouldn't allow me to put my OWN exchange houses in but forced their own . . . I guess. Anyway, eFolio is great and I can see everything there at once. I do want to ask a question: I see that eFolio recommends Trezzor and I think I've heard something negative about them or Ledger, etc., and I'd appreciate more knowledge on these questions. Thanks! Donal

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It looks great but unable to import trade history from other exchange. And it keeps hanging...

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Hi, I can't find the Ledger Wallet integration (I own the Ledger Nano S). Was it removed? Thank you.

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This one works the best for me. Thanks

This is a wonderful list! Thank you!

Have you had the chance to check out https://cryptfolio.com/? We've been around for a few years now and always looking for ways to improve.

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I haven't but I sure will ! thanks a lot.

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Hey there @soundasleep , finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I have commented on cryptfolio and I like it. congratulations on your work !

Great post, you should expand by doing a comprehensive review of the most useful ones.

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Great idea ! will do, thanks !

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@jlanzago, haven't had the time to go deep on each platform but I finally made a new review of new platforms. If you'd care to take a look I'd appreciate your input.

Unfortunately CoinFinance is still under maintenance :(

UPDATE - I have done my research and CoinFinance is dead.

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Just found the same ! sucks. They had made such a fuzz...

Just what I was looking for, extremely useful, thanks!

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Hey there @shinymatt , finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

Hey there, I'm the developer & founder at Altpocket, thanks for the kind review.
We are constantly developing and adjusting to how our users want the platform to be like, we can say we are a community ran portfolio.
We have some exciting things to share very soon regarding our platform that I think a lot of people will be happy about.

Thanks again!

Thanks for the reviews, this is great! Hopefully you didn't cover this and I just missed it, but is there a way to select specific date ranges with any of these? I am looking for a tracker that allows me to, for example, select a 3 month period and get a report on what each coin was doing over that period. I would love to be able to get ATH and ATL values for each coin as well. I checked out CoinMarketCaps api but it only has 1 day, and 7 day values.

only problem that i don't see any kraken API right?

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Finally we do have a few Kraken compliant options ! please make sure to check them on the new Portfolio Tracker Review. cheers !

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ok i will thanks!

Replying to save this for my records. Is there a way to "bookmark" posts in Steemit?

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Not that I'm aware of, unfortunately. I personally use evernote to keep all my links.

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@goatonastick, please make sure you check the updated listing, some new platforms are making a very decent work

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Very good, and simple to use

Nice article. Altpocket seems the way to go so I will try it. I had signed up for cointracking.info but was unaware of their pricing structure. Thanks for mentioning. Cheers

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@thecoinmovement, please make sure you check the updated listing, some new platforms are making a very decent work

Great post, thank you!!

good articles! I am following you

List of all best Portfolio Trackers https://coindash.co/s/portfolio-trackers/

Great collection! Could you comment on Trackr (https://www.trackr.im/). Thx.

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I'm planning on reviewing this post and I'll include it for sure ! thanks

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@rephill, finally made it ! Make sure to check the new post

New crypto trading manager on the 'block' - Track A Coin.com

Key differences:

  • Set price targets per coin to keep track of all open orders.
  • Track trades with any paring (i.e. An ERC20 token you bought in ETH and sold in WAVES, you don't need to convert!).
  • Dynamic linking to pertinent websites for quick analysis and exchange entry.

Other features include Innovative watchlist dashboard, spreadsheet-like views allow as much or as little info as you want, no security concerns via anonymity and manual entry, super easy to use. A true one-page web app, no modals or other complications. Works on any device, best on desktop for detailed info, or mobile browsers for casual use.

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Sounds awesome ! I'll check it out

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@influx, finally done ! Make sure to check the new post

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Nice seeing TrackACoin with the 'big dogs'. They keep adding new features so surly one to watch!

Appreciate you just saved me boatloads of time. The comments keep it relevant. Upvoted!

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Good to hear, appreciate the feedback . Cheers !

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Hey there @andallsteem , finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

Another tool that I'd love to get your feedback on is CoinTracker (www.cointracker.network). It has a simple interface, supports automatic pulls from wallet addresses, and allows manual entry of 1,500+ coins & tokens.

Full disclosure: I built this tool because I didn't like other tools I found as much.

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All right awesome, great work ! I'll be sure to give it a try soon. Hope all the best !

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Sorry, the link should be https://www.cointracker.network (thanks Phil!). Now also integrates with top exchanges such as Coinbase, GDAX, Bittrex, Poloniex, Kraken, etc.

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@chanfest22, simply loved it. Found a bug though ! please check it out on the new Portfolio Tracker Review. Congratulations on your work ! Your platform is one of the highlights of the post and I'm really looking forward to seeing more from you guys.

I build one myself, with an excel spreadsheet and auto import :)

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That's a very good option for those of us who have the time ! Additionally I'd give you a hint that you can get live prices in google sheets, using you're very same sheet. Check this out !

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Thx for the link man, also a very good idea and trick. Just thought using the price info for my own website or to import it somewhere else, not only in spreadsheed. At least I learned some useful bash scripting :)

Hey what about f0lio? ;)
https://f0l.io

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Good to know it has a mobile version ! i'll check it out soon !

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There is only a mobile version, nothing else.

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Hi Pedrombraz - Could you update this list, as this list is about 7 months old. Am sure, quite a few have got added.

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You're right buddy. I gotta do it. Hopefully this week I'll get it done

This was some very useful information, I have been looking for a good APP, I think I will wait for coin finance

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I have been using CoinTracking for the past two years and all I can say are good things. One of the smartest customer support I've ever experienced. I've used about 4 other portfolio tracking, and none come close to what CoinTracking offers, usability and design is great.

The companion app is amazing as well. Now I can quickly see a snapshot of all my investments, regardless of where they are located, in one easy to use app.

Although the free version is good, import each CSV file from each exchange is time consuming, with the PRO version all your transactions are up to date with one time setup.

You can use my affiliate link which gives you 10% discount. https://cointracking.info?r...

Hope this helps!

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@tellall, unfortunately Coin finance never made it out of the garage. On the bright side though, many nice platforms emerged, please check it out on the new Portfolio Tracker Review.

Hi @pedrombraz! Sorry to self-promote a bit but eager to know what you think about https://getdelta.io, the app a friend & myself have been working on recently. :)

Image of Delta

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Not to worry buddy ! I appreciate the tip, I'll be reviewing it soon !

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Very sleek app. I am waiting to have enough free time to transition all my Blockfolio to Delta but that takes a lot of effort. If only you could come up with something that helps users transition easily. You know, when Evernote users were protesting that they limited free version to only two devices, OneNote had a migrate tool to pull all notes from Evernote to OneNote format. And BOOM, OneNote gained massive customer base in such a short time. What do you think? :)

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Hey there @nicolasmask , finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. Delta is featured on the post, congratulations on your work !

Thanks for your tips! Altpocket looks good, but it only supports Poloniex and Bittrex. Take a look at https://www.mycryptofoliotracker.com. Got a mobile app too. :-)

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Will do, thanks man

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Unfortunately this is not free. After a few months they want you to pay a fee.

I'd like to add to the list one more online tracker: assetbalance.info
Advantages:30 days history chart, mobile friendly, assets are not limited to crypto, public and private portfolio with api.
Disadvantages: No API to exchanges.

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Will sure do ! thanks a lot

Great post!

Is there anyway to get in contact with you?

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Absolutely, email me at pmattos90@gmail.com

Great review, just signed up with cointracking. It's awesome

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Good luck trading bro !

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Hey there @supermama , finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

Great review. We developed Cryptonaut http://www.cryptonaut.org an app that helps you to track all your cryptos. At the moment it is available for Android and iOS, we would be more than happy to hear your feedback.

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Will do ! thanks a lot

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Hey there @cryptonaut.org , finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. Cryptonaut is featured on the post, congratulations on your work !

Thank you for this! Really helpful!

I have several exchange accounts and multiple crypto that I have either mined or purchased. Tracking the investments across accounts (and wallets) is to say the least very time consuming. Thanks for the to the point review of crypto porfolio options.

I setup Altpocket.io in like 20 mins with all of my accounts and now have a consolidated/updated view of all my crypto-cash!

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Glad to hear @dcryptb ! good luck with your investments

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Hey there @dcryptb , finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

Great Info mate Thanks.

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Hey there @bareq , finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

This article helped a lot thanks!

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Hey there @robotics , finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

CoinTracking is so slow with updating the current prices. It's Tuesday night and their Veri price is still from Monday morning. Time to try Altpocket.

Regarding cointracking.info ;one thing that is worrisome is the pricing.
Where there are posts stating $200 to $360 for lifetimes access, the website itself has in in bitcoins.
People have bought in at above range, but as of now, it is ridiculously expensive.
At time of posting, https://cointracking.info/pro.php shows a sale price of 0.043 BTC for PRO lifetime use and 0.299 BTC for UNLIMITED, making them $718 and $4,993 respectively.
Would you pay for coffee priced at 0.01 BTC 1 year back? and the same price of 0.01 BTC today?

Amazing post! Upvoted and Following you
(Do the same with me @toofasteddie)

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Absolutely ! thanks for the support

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Hey there @toofasteddie , finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

Very nice. Thanks.

Thanks for a great article, man! Just what I needed :)))

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Hey there @mortenhaugumhake , you're more than welcome. I finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

For me, Cointracking is the best here. The most important thing for passing is that it allows you to enter currency exchange. For example, I bought ETH, I sold ETH and I bought LISK for it. This transaction can be included here 1: 1. No need to sell for USD or BTC and again buy another cryptovalut.
Thank you for making this review. He helped me a lot.

I have been using CoinTracking for the past two years and all I can say are good things. One of the smartest customer support I've ever experienced. I've used about 4 other portfolio tracking, and none come close to what CoinTracking offers, usability and design is great.

The companion app is amazing as well. Now I can quickly see a snapshot of all my investments, regardless of where they are located, in one easy to use app.

Although the free version is good, import each CSV file from each exchange is time consuming, with the PRO version all your transactions are up to date with one time setup.

You can use my affiliate link which gives you 10% discount.

Hope this helps!

I just wanted to say thanks for this article.. currently using Altpocket and am very happy with it!

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Hey there @redplumptomato , you're more than welcome. I finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

Man, how could you miss the clear killer top app, COINIGY.COM -- https://www.coinigy.com/?r=2105b20e Jeez, supports 20+ exchanges, awesome looking, graphics to match, it has it all.

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It's more of a trading platform really. I'll be reviewing trading platforms soon !

Great lineup man, well done...

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Hey there @markbaileyz , thanks a lot. I finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

Great article, thank you! Love Altpocket

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Hey there @hjpena1992 , you're more than welcome. I finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

Very good and useful listing.
Google sheet© is also an alternative combined with fonction =cryptofinance("ETHBTC") for example

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@fiskerlux, please make sure you check the updated listing, some new platforms are making a very decent work

Hi Pedrombraz, thanks a lot for the great overview! Over the Christmas holidays I got a really nice idea for a new kind of Coin Tracker and since my girlfriend was visiting her family... it was quickly done ;)

The three main bullet points which I think make my website worth to be shared:

  • Easy - You just can enter how much coin you own from everything that's it, no need to remember all your transactions.
  • 100% Annonym: Unlike other trackers my service does not require any information about you. You get a public and private key to access your portfolio that's it!
  • Shareable: With the public key you can let everyone have a peek into your portfolio until you change the key.

Here you can find the tracker: http://cryptolog.live/

@Pedrombraz if you like it, would you consider adding my page to your article? You would help a young developer a lot!

@All please feel free to use it and recommend it to your friends if they like to have a extra bit of privacy and simplicity.

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all right ! that's the way to go ! thanks a lot I'll look into it and hopefully include it in the next review ! cheers

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I would really appreciate that since I put a lot of work into it ;) I truly believe the concepts are good and needed so it would be worth sharing :)

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That's a cool idea. I wanted to make a coin tracker that didn't require API keys to be sent to the server. I started building it all browser based.
Used a local config file to store API keys and used ccxt to query the exchanges via AJAX so it never touched the server.
Problem is most of the big exchanges i tested don't allow browser originated queries (CORS) on authenticated calls. Too bad.
https://developers.coinbase.com/docs/merchants/technical-faq#ajax

Good luck with your project.

Is there a clear winner yet?
I'd be down to take a project like this on and make a product that fits the needs if there is still a gap in the market.
I'm gathering from this post that the big issues are:

Security
API access
Web and mobile
Tax export

And since I use Blockfolio, I'd add a requirement for scaling.
Low to no cost to operate

Very useful. Ultimately decided to go the spreadsheet route. Sharing here for those of you who want to monitor their portfolios themselves.

Thanks for this

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Hey there @baystef , you're more than welcome. I finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

Thanks for this!

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Hey there @wlively , you're more than welcome. I finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

Altpocket.io is the most amazing coin portfolio i've come across. Thank you for this awesome list sir!

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Glad to help bro !

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Hey there @khary , you're more than welcome. I finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. I’d appreciate your input on that !

Check out Bitsnapp, a new Android app that automatically sync your exchanges balances (using read only API keys) and track your wallet addresses (I am the developer). I would love to hear your feedback @pedrombraz! Here's the Play Store link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=bitsnapp.com.bitsnapp

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Can it generate a report for taxes at the end of a year?

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Not yet, sorry!

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App looks great! Thanks!

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Glad you like it! :)

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Noted ! thanks a lot and congratulations on your work, looks superb

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Hey there @bitsnapp , you're more than welcome. I finally had the time to make a new Portfolio Tracker Review since this one is a bit old nowadays. You guys are featured on the post !

I bought a little crypto jointly with my family, to get them started. Is there an app that I could set up a portfolio and they be able to look at it? Thanks!

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I see what you mean but I'm afraid I haven't heard about one like that. Perhaps you could share your alt pocket user with them or something like that ?

Thanks !

7 months later, this post still helped me quite a bit, thanks.

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Glad to hear, good luck trading !

hey @pedrombraz and thank you for your overview! After all I decided to develop my own cryptocurrency portfolio dashboard and released it on github. I mentioned your overview in the article about my dashboard. I would be interested in what you think about it with all your expertise on crypto portfolios:) You can find it here: https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@elpunkt/do-it-yourself-my-cryptocurrency-dashboard
Cheers

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Awesome ! Thanks a lot for the effort, we definitely need more initiatives like yours. I'll take a look at it ! Cheers

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=me.tradebit.portfolio

Check it out, it is for Android but IOS version will be realeasing soon. API support HitBTC at the moment and will support Poloniex soon.

https://www.cryptotable.co
for all mac users. Poloniex, Coinbase, Bittrex, Binance, Kraken API based portfolio manager. Still in development, but looks very promising.

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Sounds good ! cheers

Hi @pedrombraz, We recently launched Cryptorai, a portfolio tracker with complete data privacy, on Google Play and iTunes. Cryptorai does not access or store user data. We are connected with 50+ exchanges and have

  • Exchange API and CSV imports,
  • Cloud back up and sync across unlimited devices,
  • Advanced analytics and charts,
  • Realized and unrealized gains,
  • Exchange transfers, Fiat deposits and withdrawals,
  • News and market data.
  • Price alerts
    and many more features to make crypto investing easy.

Would love to know your thoughts and feedback.

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It looks sick ! congratulations on your work

Hey @pedrombraz! Thanks for the post. I actually went through the same pain, tried them all, and ended up creating one!
I'm a designer so I did my best to raise the bar of quality for a crypto tracker.
2 of the most talented friends I have joined to make the backend great.

  • Auto imports from several exchanges
  • Desktop and mobile web app
  • Beautiful design

I'd love to her your thoughts!

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@bernatfortet it sounds awesome and I'm down to take a look. But I'll need some names or links ! cheers

Great write up! I've been working on a mobile web app for tracking crypto currency Its got all of the features in the other apps here, balance tracking, price history charts, real-time quotes, etc

Plus Coinfox.co has the added security that your data never leaves your device, so you dont have to worry about a third party losing or selling your info

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Cool, let us know as soon as you get done with it !

so glad i found this article!!!

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Cheers my friend. Hopefully it helped you, if possible help others find it ! thanks for your reply

I found a solution for high-frequency traders! I'm using CoinTracking (10% discount using this link http://afino.link/cointracking) + http://Form8949.com – CoinTracking provides a TurboTax TXF file you can import into Form8949.com. I paid $190 for CoinTracking (Unlimited for 1 Year), and $28 for Form8949.com. Form8949.com sent the data to my TurboTax Online account. Because I had 4000+ cryptocurrency trades, it added "summary" information, and then it also provided me with 120 pages I had to print out, and mail to the IRS so that they have each individual trade on file. A side note though.. you're going to run into a slew of issues using CoinTracking if you are trying to set it up NOW, as opposed to setting it up for a new cryptocurrency portfolio, therefore.. I did my best to manually add trades, transfers, and transactions for the 2017 tax year, but then I wiped the entire CoinTracking history, and started fresh with API Keys linking Coinbase, GDAX, Bittrex, Cryptopia, and HitBTC so that all of my trades, transfers, and transactions are now being tracked automatically (set API Key DATE to the current date and time to only receive API Key data now, and avoid the API sending previous data, which is most likely messed up if you haven't been tracking this entire time). Join our Facebook group if you want to post a question or send me a message (good luck!): http://Facebook.com/Groups/AfinoCrypto

Nice post. I didn't know some of the list. I made an app that also allows the users manage their cryptocurrencies. The app is available to iOS and Android and you can find it by "Crypto Spot".
This app allows you to manage multi profiles of portfolio.

Have you tried Delta yet? In a lot of ways it's similar to Blockfolio, just better (design, function, options...you name it). Only drawback is that you can't sync with exchanges, but from what I recall it's in the works.

The Cointrexer sheet could be a good alternative as well:
check:

Great Article!!!
Here is an information on top ICO listing platforms!!!
https://goo.gl/dNxTNx, hope it is interesting!!!

Thanks for article. Coingecko i find great for price conversions, and it actually saves your price preference in browser cache without having to login.

Thanks for the article! I was looking for something to give a visual representation of all my altcoins!

CoinMarketApp by #PrograMonks - Crypto, Portfolio, ICO Tracker is a multitool to check the latest prices, Reddit and Aggregated News, set up alerts and much more...The Portfolio is in Beta at the moment and we are working on it, any suggestions could help. Let us know what you think :)

💕 The app is entirely free, and we have a subscription which removes the ads and helps us stay motivated to continue the app development. Each month a small donation will be made and this will be announced on our social media channels.

📲 Download the app from Play Store: https://goo.gl/Rq4LVr
📲 Download the app from App Store: https://goo.gl/QZZLrg

I have been disappointed with the mobile portfolio tracking apps available, so I wrote my own (iOS only for now). It has quite a few features with many more to come very soon.

Give it a try and let me know what you think, it helps me improve!

Includes iOS, Today Widget, Apple Watch and Apple TV Support!

CPT (Crypto Portfolio Tracker)
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/crypto-pt-portfolio-tracker/id1333273087?mt=8

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Hi @pedrombraz,

We have recently launched a Free smartphone app (Android & iOS) which offers an efficient way to track crypto portfolios. The details are available on www.KryptoGraphe.com.

Would love to hear your feedback!!

Regards,
Rohan

Hi there! Thought I'd add one more to your list. Kyro is a really nifty crypto tracker. The only downside is you can't keep track of your portfolio, but you can follow coins you care about and look for information, they curate research on all the cryptocurrencies. It's a newer app, is available on iOS and Android, and is still growing so I'm pretty sure it'll eventually end up having a portfolio feature.

Would be great if the community could give me some feedback on a simple app I just built. Its a clutter-free completely free tracker for both Ios and Android that supports over 90 exchange API's and over 200 different wallet API's. Currently still working on updating my website but the apps are available for download. https://www.whalefolio.com/

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https://www.facebook.com/Whalefolio/videos/2107519992819747/

Great article !

Currently I'm using "Vertfolio" ( https://vertfolio.com ) it’s new but simple and easy to use.

Thanks