We actually stopped writing about portfolio trackers, as there is a point where you cannot find any difference between them anymore – the only difference is the UI. But today I came across a fresh approach, I wanted to share with you guys. SPOT.SO – an android and iOS app that comes not only with a great design but also some new features, I never saw anywhere else before: Transaction import directly by wallet address, automatic exchanges import, works with the most exotic tokens, over 2000 cryptos supported, smart algos help to optimize your portfolio and tell you on which exchange to sell for the biggest profit. Great Tool!
Halo Platform, a great project we support since its ICO, is about to launch on February 13th, 19:00 GMT. The crypto ecosystems launch could rock our world, so save the date to have a look. The platform will feature multi-wallets, a marketplace, portfolio tracker, a fully-featured exchange, masternodes and much more.
There is a plethora of tools and sites available to help you keep track of your crypto portfolio, the price changes of your favorite cryptocurrencies and others that offer detailed information and charts. However, few succeed in combining all the above in an easy to use way that also looks good to the eye. Coinlib is one of those sites that allows you to track prices as well as your portfolio’s performance with real-time updates. It also offers lots of advanced tools, like coin comparisons, alerts, and detailed graphs, which assist you choosing the next best coin you’re looking to invest in.
If you don't feel fancy to have your crypto portfolio data in the cloud, you could give Moonitor a try, which is a native desktop portfolio tracker for MacOs, Linux, and Win10. The tool keeps track of your Profit/Loss and calculates your earnings and your loss. It currently tracks the coins to be found on Bittrex and Binance.