Share your cryptocurrency portfolio, without sharing your personal information.
You can easily load your token portfolio by importing an Ethereum, Bitcoin, or Litecoin wallet address. When you import your Ethereum address, we automatically discover all of your various Ethereum tokens.
If you need to add other tokens to your portfolio, you can add a custom token.
Privacy is of primary importance to us. By default, you only save the relative percentage of each token in your portfolio. This means that no one will ever know exactly how much you own, or what your wallet addresses are.
This site runs entirely on the client-side, so you control what you want to share.
Once you save your portfolio, we give you a link which you can share with your friends.
If you chose to save token balances, we can update the value of your portfolio over time.
If you chose to save wallet addresses, we can update your entire portfolio over time.
Our goal is not only to make it simple to create your portfolio, but make it easy to share it too.
Take a look at these example portfolios to see what sharing looks like. Note that these all represent the same token portfolio using the different save settings.
You only need to copy and paste your Ethereum, Bitcoin, or Litecoin wallet address to be able to get all of your token information.
Using the CoinMarketCap price API, we are able to bring you access to hundreds of tokens which you can easily add to your portfolio. You just add the # of tokens you own, and we will calculate the total value.
If your token is not supported by the CoinMarketCap API, you can just use the dropdown to enter a $ value for your tokens, and we will seamlessly add it to your portfolio.
?a= query string, you can create a URL with your different ETH, BTC, and LTC addresses separated by a comma (
,). When you visit that link, your addresses will automatically get populated in the portfolio view.
You can use this same trick to add custom tokens aswell! Any other query string is treated as custom token. By default, the value of the query string will set the token balance, but you can set the USD amount by adding
$ to the value.
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