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Altcoin Exchanges and apps

Tracking cryptocoin price changes can become difficult when you have more than a couple of coins. Fortunately there are a few altcoin exchanges and apps out there which can help you. I’ll do a breakdown of some of the apps I use.

You may like my other posts on mining altcoins

Blockfolio

Blockfolio has a ton of data available, they track hundreds of coins, you can add data about your individual transactions (manually!) selecting the exchange you purchased from, and the price you purchased at. You can have multiple transactions per coin. The interesting part in Blockfoilio is the “Holding” section – in here you will see how much profit or loss you have across each transaction and a total profit / loss for each coin! There is also a section that will show you the value of your entire portfoilio in a nice graph.

Coinbase

Coinbase is one of the best known apps for buying bitcoin. It has a very nice, modern interface, simple controls and (once you are verified) makes it (too?) easy to buy Bitcoins, Litecoins and Etherium using various fiat currencies.

GDAX

GDAX is the exchange behind coinbase (if you have a coinbase account you can log in to gdax altcoin exchanges and apps using the same credentials) GDAX allows you to trade between fiat and crypto (you need to know what you are doing though!). Gdax lets you trade between:

BTC/USD BCH/BTC BCH/EUR BCH/USD BTC/EUR BTC/GBP
ETH/BTC ETH/EUR ETH/USD LTC/BTC LTC/EUR LTC/USD

Binance

Binance is a Chinese crypto exchange that has moved to Tokyo, Japan. They have an impressive range of crypto coins that you can trade.
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