Author Topic: [ANN] CryptFolio.com - keep track of your cryptocurrencies!  (Read 19435 times)

Offline soundasleep

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Hey everyone,

Today we're releasing a public rewrite of a site that we've been using internally for about a year now.


Normally I have different amounts of different currencies on lots of different sites (e.g. BTC/LTC on BTC-e, BTC on Havelock Investments, BTC/LTC pool earnings, NMC on Vircurex, BTC/LTC/NMC on my own sites, ...), so I made a site that keeps track of how much is on which site, and compiles summary reports. It's so useful that we've developed it into a real site for the cryptocurrency professional: CryptFolio.

Some of the reports:

  • Total conversion (e.g. my net worth in USD or NZD)
  • Equivalent BTC (e.g. what % of my investments are in BTC, LTC, NMC, ...)
  • Distribution (e.g. what % of my LTC are in securities, exchanges, hot wallets, cold/offline wallets, LTC-enabled websites, ...)
  • Historical exchange rates (e.g. BTC/LTC on BTC-e)
  • Historical miner hashrates (e.g. MHash/s for BTC, KHash/s for LTC)

Features:

  • Cryptocurrencies: BTC, LTC, NMC, FTC, PPC, NVC, XPM, TRC, DOGE, XRP, MEC, DGC, WDC, IXC, VTC, NET, HBN, DRK, VRC, NXT, RDD, VIA, NBT new, NSR new (more coming)
  • Fiat currencies: USD, NZD, EUR, AUD, CAD, CNY, GBP, PLN, ILS, KRW, SGD, DKK new, INR new (more coming)
  • Commodity currencies: GHS (more coming)
  • Exchanges: ANXPRO, Bit2c, Bitcurex, BitMarket.pl, BitNZ, Bitstamp, BTC China, BTC-e, BTClevels, BTER new, CEX.io, Coinbase, Coins-E, Cryptsy, Crypto-Trade, itBit, Justcoin, Kraken, Mt.Gox, Poloniex, TheMoneyConverter, Vault of Satoshi, Vircurex, VirtEx, and a volume-weighted market average
  • Mining pools: 50BTC, BitMinter, BTC Guild, CoinHuntr, CryptoPools DGC, Cryptotroll DOGE, d2 WDC, dedicatedpool.com DOGE, Ecoining PPC, Eligius, Elitist Jerk, Eobot new, GHash.io, Give Me Coins, HashFaster (LTC, FTC, DOGE), Hash-to-coins new, lite.coin-pool.com, litecoinpool.org, LiteGuardian, Litepool.eu, ltc.kattare.com, Mine-Litecoin, Mining Foreman, MiningPool.co, Multipool, MuPool, NiceHash new, Nut2Pools FTC, nvc.khore.org, Ozcoin (LTC, BTC), Pool-x.eu, scryptpools.com, Slush's pool, TeamDoge, TripleMining, WeMineLTC, WeMineFTC, WestHash new, ypool.net (more coming)
  • Securities: Cryptostocks, Havelock Investments, Crypto-Trade, 769 Xchange, Litecoininvest new - and also supports individual security values
  • Technical indicators: SMA, BOLL, RSI, EMA
  • Email notifications new: Exchange rate, report or hashrate changes
  • Anonymous: name and e-mail are optional fields
  • Secure: SSL-secured; only public addresses and read-only APIs are used to obtain balances
  • Historical exchange data for exchanges; for individual securities; and for API status
  • Balances and miner hashrates are downloaded regularly
  • Customisable reports page of graphs, charts and tables
  • Open source: http://openclerk.org
  • Accessible over .bit: http://cryptfolio.bit

Screenshots - FAQ - Blog - Facebook - @cryptfolio

CryptFolio is designed to ensure your funds and securities are always safe; signup is free and takes less than a minute.
« Last Edit: January 09, 2015, 05:03:12 AM by soundasleep »

Offline Malak

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Definitely needs FTC! Looks good.

Offline furuknap

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Definitely needs FTC! Looks good.

+1 for FTC, if nothing else than to follow its development.

.b

EDIT: I would love to see portfolio holdings from stock markets as well, such as Litecoinglobal, BTCT, and Bitfunder.

Offline soundasleep

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+1 for FTC, if nothing else than to follow its development.

I would love to see portfolio holdings from stock markets as well, such as Litecoinglobal, BTCT, and Bitfunder.

It looks like http://cryptocoinexplorer.com:5750/ is an Abe port for FTC, I'll see if I can add address support tonight? What is the best exchange for FTC/BTC?

I don't have any FTC myself, so I'd appreciate some donations for testing: 6sY6WsDRT6bmA1GMTDiYLGN9TiSK8n1r6B

The site already supports Litecoinglobal and BTCT. :D

Offline soundasleep

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I've pushed out an update today:

  • Added feathercoin support, using BTC-e as the preferred BTC/FTC exchange
  • Added Cryptostocks securities, using BTC and LTC
  • Added mining pool wallets: Slush's pool, WeMineLTC, give-me-ltc
  • Various bug fixes and layout improvements
  • Now accessible over Namecoin's .bit: http://cryptfolio.bit (e.g. through proxy.dotbit.me)

I couldn't add Flexcoin because AFAIK there's no API yet for retrieving balances. I ran out of time today to add Bitfunder, but that's next.
« Last Edit: May 04, 2013, 05:04:17 AM by soundasleep »

Offline MusX

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since FTC is not providing any improvements over LTC it can be threat with lowest priority. There can be tons of alt coins with good marketing, I think you are not going to implement all of them :)

Offline Malak

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Chinacoin is currently king of profitability and Mincoin is one to watch because of the scarcity of them...

Offline soundasleep

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I've added tons of stuff today:

  • Added pages of historical data, where you can browse through historical ticker data (e.g. 180 days of Mt.Gox USD/BTC)
  • The range of your historical graphs can now be selected (from 45 days to 1 year)
  • Added exchange wallets: BIPS
  • Added mining pool wallets: BTC Guild and 50BTC
  • Cleaned up the external API status page: you can see for example that Vircurex is down right now...
  • Invalid accounts or addresses now display relevant error messages
  • You can now change your e-mail address, or unsubscribe from e-mails at signup
  • Added some icons, tutorial boxes, reduced unnecessary graph whitespace
  • Lots of bug fixes and layout improvements

I sadly couldn't add BitFunder because their API is still under development. What fiat currency other than USD and NZD should I add next - I'm thinking either AUD or CAD?

Offline soundasleep

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Posted an update today with lots of interface improvements:

  • Created an announcements mailing list (hosted on Google Groups)
  • Added Euro support, using Mt.Gox, BTC-e or Vircurex as an exchange
  • Added technical indicators to all exchange and summary graphs: Simple Moving Average (SMA), Bollinger Bands (BOLL), Relative Strength Index (RSI)
  • Graph types, sizes, date ranges, and technical indicator properties can now be updated from the graph itself
  • Cryptocurrency addresses can now have titles
  • Address and account lists can now be sorted
  • Improved the reliability and error reporting of certain jobs
  • Lots of bug fixes, layout improvements, and usability improvements

Unfortunately I don't have any historical EUR/BTC data yet for each of the exchanges, I'm trying to see if I can find some.

Offline soundasleep

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Worked on a massive update today:

  • Added AUD support, using Mt.Gox as an exchange
  • Rather than manually entering in BTC/LTC addresses, you can now import them from your bitcoin-qt or litecoin-qt client
  • Your miners' hashrates can now be tracked & graphed, if your pool reports it (still testing this feature!)
  • You can now track the value of individual Litecoin Global, BTCT.co or Cryptostocks securities (and this information is available publicly too, e.g. LTC-GLOBAL or ASICMINER-PT)
  • Added mining pool wallets: Hypernova and LTCMine.ru
  • When you sign up, you will now have an initial 24 hour period of frequent updates to get you up and going
  • Updated screenshots
  • Lots of bug fixes and layout improvements

If you find CryptFolio useful, please consider purchasing a premium account - they let me host the site and add new features. :)
« Last Edit: June 06, 2013, 10:44:30 PM by soundasleep »

Offline soundasleep

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Worked on an update today:

  • Added the Exponential moving average (EMA) technical indicator, with periods up to 300 days
  • Added support for Havelock Investments securities (BTC)
  • Added mining pool wallets: Mining Foreman (LTC)
  • Added external API status graphs (will take some days to be populated with enough data)
  • All Litecoin Global, BTCT and Havelock Investments securities will now be tracked, rather than just those purchased by users
  • Added historical composition graphs for each of your currencies, for example:
  • Inactive free accounts are now removed after 30 days of inactivity, to dedicate system resources for active users
  • Added status of the job queues for free and premium users
  • Improved e-mail notifications
  • Lots of bug fixes and usability improvements

Thank you for all the feedback and e-mails - keep them coming & I'll add what I can! My next big project is Coinotron's API but I'll need to deal with OAuth2...

For the curious: So far, the site's processed ~560k jobs, ~190k account balances, ~502k address balances and ~679k summaries.

Offline soundasleep

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Worked on a nice little update today:

  • Added currency support for PPCoin
  • Added mining pool wallets: Mining Foreman (FTC)
  • All premium users can now access a generated "Your Securities" page that lists all of your held securities, and their current market value:
  • Report graphs now include a link through to historical data
  • Partial premium account payments are now supported, but not recommended
  • Previous premium payments are now displayed on your user profile
  • Updated BTC-e and Vircurex ticker supported currencies
  • Lots of bug fixes and usability improvements

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Thanks a lot using it nearly daily.

Offline soundasleep

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Thanks a lot using it nearly daily.

Thanks! So do I, I think I check my reports at least three times a day, which is why I wanted to share it with others :)

Offline soundasleep

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Released a big update today:

  • Added fiat currency support for Canadian Dollars (CAD), using VirtEx or Mt.Gox
  • Added exchanges: VirtEx (CAD/BTC) and Bitstamp (USD/BTC)
  • Added mining pool wallets: BitMinter, LiteGuardian and Mine-Litecoin
  • Added fiat exchange rates from TheMoneyConverter - once we get some data, we can look into adding arbitrage graphs
  • Currency composition graphs now include blockchain and offset values
  • Security values will now display wallet balance and securities value separately
  • Made it easier to add new graphs, by sorting graphs into categories:
  • Updated BTC-e ticker supported currencies
  • Lots of bug fixes and usability improvements

We're currently looking for experienced CryptFolio users that might be interested in writing up some tutorials or tips on how to use the site effectively - send me a PM if interested.