Cryptocurrencies are some of the most volatile assets in circulation, making them almost impossible to track on a daily basis.
Luckily, a number of cryptocurrency portfolio trackers have been made available since the hype-fuelled bull market in 2017.
Here are the three top portfolio trackers for cryptocurrency holdings.
Made famous by Ian Balina’s infamous Instagram screenshots in 2017, Blockfolio is one of the longest-running portfolio trackers. It allows users to input an array of cryptocurrencies alongside the price it was purchased for and/or sold at.
The appealing user interface, coupled with it being used by several leading influencers, saw Blockfolio become one of the top downloaded cryptocurrency apps in 2017.
CoinStats seamlessly integrates cryptocurrency market data, financial news and portfolio tracking services.
Unlike other portfolio providers CoinStats feeds directly into a variety of exchanges, giving users the chance to see the latest bid and ask price on respective exchanges as well as the volume and open interest.
It also has the capability to sync wallets and exchanges to the app, which allows users to track the real-time value of their portfolio instantly.
Delta was another popular portfolio tracker from 2017. It supports more than 3,000 cryptocurrencies and 300 exchanges while offering price alerts to users so they don’t miss out on major market moves.
The app also provides users with insightful trading analysis on completed trades, this means that users can see where they’ve gone wrong, or right, with specific trades and how they can gain an edge in the future.