Create Crypto Currency Charts Quickly & Easily
Anyone can easily create portfolio crypto pie and bar charts
It’s so simple to create your own amazing charts. After registering, just add your coins and log some trades. It’s shouldn’t take you more than a few minutes. Then after a few hours when you log in again, a navigational chart link will unlock, providing some amazing visualizations of your own crypto portfolio.
There are four main categories of charts. Each will give you a slightly different look at tracking your digital currency portfolio.
How much bitcoin do you hold vs. altcoins? This chart shows how well you have diversified your crypto holdings. Or should we say, have mostly bitcoin and then a few speculative altcoin plays? We like to keep BTC well above the 50% mark. Either way it’s up to you. Just add your coins and input how much you have to see the chart visualize what percentage of each digital currency makes up your portfolio.
Here’s a look at our portfolio:
Total Profit or Loss
This important indicator is also one of the hardest to understand. Your Profit / Loss is actually made up of two different values, called ‘unrealized’ and ‘realized’ profit. That’s right, there’s more than one type of profit!
Unrealized profit is the current value of your coins, minus the price you originally paid for them. For example say you bought one Bitcoin at $1000 before the huge run up. When it reached $5,000 a few months later, your unrealized profit would become $4,000.
Realized profit on the other hand is only accumulated when you make a sale. So if you sold a fraction of your holdings when it reached $5,000, those proceeds transfer from unrealized to realized profit. This is key since it can not not be taken away later when the price tanks, your profit is locked in
Coin Percentage Gain / Loss
Track how each of your coins grow (or shrink) your overall portfolio. This uses the same percentage indicator found on the profit / loss column in the main dashboard view.
Depending on the amount of crypto you are tracking in your portfolio, yours could make for a very long scroll. But it looks way cooler like this, don’t you think? Just try not to have too many show up on the left side. 😉