Quick overview of your currency exchange portfolio(s).
€ryptfolio, an easy to use tracking tool for all your crypto coin investments.
If you trade on multiple platforms, you can keep a close eye on all of them at one place. Just create portfolios for each of them and get a quick overview of all your investments.
At the moment, my tool is using data provided by Uphold.com. Because of this, the number of crypto currencies to track is limited. If you need another coin to track, just let me know, and I'll try to find a source for them.
On this page, you get a quick overview of all the currencies tracked by Uphold.com. The default setting is to track the currencies by how much 1 unit cost in Euros. If you created an account on the website and also created a €ryptfolio account, you can change the default currency by clicking on 'Settings' under 'Account'.
To limit the traffic to the Uphold.com API-server, new data will only be downloaded when the stored data is older than 15 minutes. (The data is provided for free, so I want to limit the load on their servers by reducing the connections my site makes with them.)
In this part of the website, you will be able to create the portfolio(s) you have on exchange sites. Keep in mind, you can only track those currencies supported by Uphold.com. So, if you have invested in other currencies, you won't be able to track them for now. (Depending on the popularity of my application, it's possible that I will use another service in the future to extend the number of currencies that can be tracked.)
In the portfolio part of the website, new exchange rates will be download when the information in my database is older than 4 minutes.
Because of this, the portfolio overview page will automatically reload every 5 minutes.
Here, you can set up a portfolio and perform fictional transactions. Everyone will start with 1000 euros, which can be used to purchase other currencies with. Of course, all transactions will be fictional, but it will work with real-world data. (I'll try to make the game as realistic as possible, so you can get a good feel about how it would be to trade currencies on a real exchange market.)
Of course, there will also be a ranking page where you can see who is making the most 'fake'-money, just to make it a little competitive.