Top Nine Cryptocurrency Portfolio Trackers of 2022

Top Nine Cryptocurrency Portfolio Trackers of 2022

When traders store funds in multiple blockchains or use more than one exchange, it can be difficult to keep a track of all of their holdings. This is where portfolio trackers come into the picture. Cryptocurrency portfolio trackers help traders gauge their profits and keep a track of their investments. Let’s dive into the top 9 cryptocurrency portfolio trackers.

1. Blockfolio (now FTX)


Blockfolio, now known as FTX, supports a wide variety of exchanges. FTX exchange because it implemented a program that deducts the balance from coins when you sell them which reflects on Blockfolio profile.

It also has an intelligent tool called ‘Signal’ that provides useful trading information to its users. FTX provides users with the latest updates about their holdings. The tracker is free for its users and is only available on mobile devices.

2. Kubera


Kubera helps traders to track cryptocurrency portfolios that include crypto assets, DeFi, and NFTs along with stocks, ETFs, and other traditional financial instruments. It’ss the best choice for traders who are involved in a variety of investments. It supports top cryptocurrency exchanges along with wallets like Trezor, MetaMask, and Ledger.

The Kubera app is user-friendly with a simple and clean interface. The platform has a special feature called “dead man’s switch” that sends the financial information to beneficiaries if something happens to a user. Traders can start a 14-day free trial for $1, and the platform charges $12/month.

3. Delta


Delta is a competitor of FTX. It has an impeccable design with all the features necessary for a crypto portfolio tracker. Delta has an intelligence tool called ‘Delta Direct’ which provides news and updates of users’ favorite projects. The platform also has limited charting features and supports more than 7,000 cryptocurrencies.

Delta also supports ICOs so that users can add their preferred coins to the portfolios. The platform has both free and paid plans; on iOS devices, the app’s PRO plan costs $60–70/year, while the price increases to $70–80 for Android users. The app is available on different types of devices and operating systems.

4. CoinTracking


CoinTracking provides crypto monitoring tools and allows users to link Ledger and Trezor wallets, along with more than 300 crypto exchanges including Binance, Coinbase, and eToro. The platform also helps users with tax filing, real-time view of market worth, investment strategies, and portfolio diversification. Traders can benefit from its detailed charting and analysis.

Additionally, users can import CSV files from exchanges to CoinTracking. A free account is available for up to 200 transactions. Users can operate a Pro account for $10.99/month, Expert accounts for $16.99/month, and an unlimited account for $54.99/month.

5. CryptoPro


CryptoPro is a great choice for traders who use Apple products. Users can track more than 5,000 cryptocurrencies on CryptoPro. The platform started out as a Bitcoin price ticker for Apple watch, and has since developed into an individual portfolio tracker. It allows users to track their crypto portfolio from any Apple device, including iPhone, iPad, MAC, and Apple watch.

CryptoPro uses advanced security options such as Apple’s TouchID and FaceID. Apart from price tracking, it provides in-depth charting tools for trading. A free version of CryptoPro is available but advanced features like API cost $47.99/year with a 7-day free trial.

6. Zerion


Zerion is one of the early portfolio tracking platforms for DeFi. Unlike other dApps that are difficult to use, Zerion is an easy-to-use platform. It also received an award for Best UX among Ethereum apps in 2020. It supports several wallets, including MetaMask, Coinbase wallet, and Trust wallet.

Apart from tracking portfolios, Zerion allows users to borrow funds to invest in crypto and lend funds to earn interest. It works on different types of devices and is completely free to use.

7. is a portfolio tracker focused on DeFi, similar to Zerion. It is the result of a merger between DeFiSnap and DeFiZap. Zapper is well-designed and has a simple interface to track the DeFi activity. Apart from tracking their portfolios, users can go in and out of DeFi protocols easily with a few clicks.

Traders on Zapper can track their portfolio, trade, stake, and borrow funds from DeFi protocols. It’s free and only charges fees for executed transactions through the platform.

8. Coin Market Manager

Coin Market Manager

Coin Market Manager was developed to help traders who would like to increase their BTC and ETH holdings by actively trading altcoins. It provides an in-depth analysis of market prices, including trade history breakdown and performance analytics. Its ‘journal feature’ records all trades automatically.

It also provides a personal verification page along with a custom URL for traders. Users can start a free 14- day trial. A basic version is free, while a professional account is $49.99/month, and an enterprise plan is $59.99/month.

9. Crypto Compare

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Crypto Compare portfolio tracker claims that it has a robust technology and allows users to track more than 5,000 cryptocurrencies. It allows traders to create multiple portfolios and check market insights directly on the platform.

The best features of this platform are the multiple portfolio options, alongside charts that provide comprehensive insights. Beginners may find it overwhelming but it is a great platform for experienced traders. Crypto Compare is a completely free portfolio tracker.

Bottom Line

Portfolio trackers are a great way to keep a track of all your crypto holdings. Since different platforms provide different features, traders need to choose the platform that is suitable for their needs.

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