Crypto Track offers alt-currency portfolio tracking

A service to track profits earned for virtual currencies provides what you might call a "Google Finance" for alternative currency portfolios.

AccessTimeIconMay 16, 2013 at 7:37 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 10, 2021 at 10:46 a.m. UTC
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A service to track profits earned for virtual currencies provides what you might call a "Google Finance" for alternative currency portfolios.

Mashed together in two days, Crypto Track covers a variety of currencies, rather than just the increasingly popular bitcoin. It offers support for Litecoin, Namecoin, PPCoin, Terracoin and Novacoin. It displays the low, high and last prices for each on BTC-E. It also supports Mt. Gox pricing for bitcoins.

The service is limited thus far. No other exchanges seem to be supported, and there is no volume charting. It also supports only US dollar pricing. But Crypto Track's developer promises it will eventually support more exchanges.

What it does feature is the ability to input your total holdings for a currency, and the price at which you acquired it. It then tracks the overall gain value and percentage over time.

The site was developed by Beyondem Inc, a new web development company specializing in mobile and web applications.

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