marekjckFounder @ CoinTrades

What app are you using for crypto portfolio management and visualization?

We are working on web app called CoinTrades. There is 75% ready but still not ready for production. Our main feature is that you can upload your order history files from Binance or Bittrex (more exchanges later). App will display clean and functional charts and main table automatically. No API connections at this point. You can add whatever coin manually of course. First beta will be for free naturally. Sounds like something you might like? Let me know. Cheers.
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