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  • itBit support

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    We now support the three exchange pairs traded on the itBit platform.

  • Browse using pages

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    When browsing our list of supported currencies, exchange pairs, or the list of transactions for any of your accounts, you can now browse using pages. By default, you'll see 25 items per page.

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    Are API imports limited to last 50 transactions?

    cphine · 2 · Last reply by Jevon Wright

    Hi. I have been desperately looking for a non-phone app Cryptocurrency portfolio tracker that allows the import of previous trades from major exchanges.  I don't see where CSV files from those exchanges can be uploaded, so I created the necessary API keys in hopes they would work.  My Bittrex API is still "loading" after 15 hours, but since I'm just trying to test on a free account this may be normal. I have noticed that when I view the transactions that are already uploaded from Binance and Coinbase, the screen seems to be limited to only the most recent 50

  • External APIs

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    Today we have released the ability to add custom External APIs to your portfolio. External APIs allow you to specify arbitrary balances and currencies, without having to expose any of your credentials to CryptFolio.

    For more information, check out our External API guide.

  • Supported External API formats

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    CryptFolio supports External APIs (also known as Generic APIs) that list balances.

    The URL for the External API must be accessible over HTTP or HTTPS. If HTTPS, then the SSL certificate must be valid.

    The reported balances need to be in one of these formats:

    • A single number - the default currency for that API will be used
      • balances-text.txt example
    • A JSON file with a hash of "currency": "balance"
      • balances-json.json example
    • A JSON file with an array of { currency, balance/value } keys
      • balances-json2.json example
    • A CSV file with headers of "balance/value" and "currency"
      • balances-csv.csv example
      • balances-csv2.csv example

    If you

  • ANXPRO support

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    Today we have added support for ANXPRO exchange rates and wallets. We are now tracking all of their 37 supported exchange pairs, and you can add your ANXPRO account to your portfolio.

  • How do I add my ANXPRO account?

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    To add your ANXPRO account to your CryptFolio, follow these steps: Creating a ANXPRO API Key 1. Log into your ANXPRO account, and visit your Settings page. 2. Visit your API page.

    3. Here you will see a list of all of your API keys. Click the button to create a new API key. 4. A new API key will be created. You will be shown the new key and secret – you must copy the secret for the next step. Make sure that the key does not have the Move Funds or Place and Manage Orders permissions before clicking

  • Bit2C, BitMarket.pl and Vircurex support

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    Today we have added support for three exchanges and wallets supported by the previous version of CryptFolio:

    • Bit2C: we now support Bit2C wallets, and are tracking the four currency pairs provided by the exchange.
    • BitMarket.pl: we now support BitMarket.pl wallets, and are tracking the six currency pairs provided by the exchange.
    • Vircurex: we now support Vircurex wallets, and are tracking all 156 currency pairs provided by the exchange. Note that Vircurex is currently not processing withdrawals.

    With this release, we have only one old CryptFolio wallet left to support: ANXPRO, which will be added shortly.

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    What IP address should I restrict API keys to?

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    We do not suggest that you use an IP address filter for API keys that you create and share with CryptFolio.

    At any time we may change the IP address(es) of our jobs servers, and in such a situation you will need to manually log into each of your external accounts and change the IP address associated to that API key. Since we only use read-only API keys, you should not be exposed to any financial risk when we change our job server IP addresses.

    Currently we have one job server IP, and you may use this to restrict API

  • How do I add my Bit2C account?

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    To add your Bit2C account to your CryptFolio, follow these steps: Creating a Bit2C API Key 1. Log into your Bit2C account, and visit your User Settings page. 2. Visit the API page.

    3. Here you will see a list of all of your API keys. Click the button to create a new API key. 4. Create a new API key that has been set to Readonly. If you need to use an IP address filter (not recommended), use 45.79.192.43. 5. Click Confirm to create the new API key. You will be shown the new API key and secret, ready

  • How do I add my BitMarket account?

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    To add your BitMarket account to your CryptFolio, follow these steps: Creating a BitMarket API Key 1. Log into your BitMarket.pl account, and visit your Account Overview page. 2. Visit the Applications and API keys page. 3. Here you will see a list of all of your API keys. Click the button to Generate a new API key. 4. Generate a new API key with only the following key permissions selected: Account balance retrieval Download a list of placed orders Download account balance history Download trading history 4. Create the new API key. You will be shown the new API

  • How do I add my Vircurex account?

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    To add your Vircurex account to your CryptFolio, follow these steps: Creating a Vircurex API Key 1. Log into your Vircurex account, and visit your Settings page. 2. Visit the API menu. 3. Create a new API key, with a secret phrase that you need to enter in. You will need to remember this secret phrase in the next step. Make sure that only the Get Balance permission is enabled. 4. Your new API key will now be active, and ready to add to CryptFolio. Adding the Vircurex API key to your portfolio 1. Go into your CryptFolio and Configure

  • Enterprise features and service status

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    Today we've released our Enterprise page, detailing the features available to our Enterprise customers.

    We've also set up a service status monitor thanks to the wonderful folks at UptimeRobot. You can view our uptime at status.cryptfolio.com, and any pertinent service updates will also be posted on our Twitter.

  • Guide to CryptFolio charts

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    Today we've released our guide to CryptFolio charts, for all of the different charts that you can add to your portfolio – including how the data is generated, display options that you can use, and other charts that might also be interesting to try out.

    When adding or editing a chart in your portfolio, you'll also now see a little helpful tip describing the chart, and a link through to more information:

  • Profit/Loss chart

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    This line chart displays the historical value of your portfolio in a given currency, over a given period, compared to the initial converted value of your portfolio in that currency.

    The resolution of this chart is daily.

    This chart does not consider activities such as withdrawals or deposits when calculating the profit/loss ratio. This functionality will be supported in the future.

    If you are looking for the actual converted value of your portfolio, consider the Converted Value chart.

    For each account, address and offset in your portfolio, the balances, history and transactions are summed up for each currency, and converted

  • Portfolio Converted Value table

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    This table displays the latest value of your portfolio, converted into each of your reporting currencies.

    For each account, address and offset in your portfolio, the balances, history and transactions are summed up for each currency, and converted with the closing (composite) rate for each day.

    The table includes the percentage change of each value over the last week.

    If you are looking for a chart displaying your historical portfolio value, consider the Converted Value chart. If you are looking for a table with the raw balance for each currency, consider the Portfolio Balances table.

  • Portfolio Balances table

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    This table displays the latest balances for each currency in your portfolio. This includes all currencies that have a non-zero balance in your portfolio – not just your reporting currencies.

    For each account, address and offset in your portfolio, the balances, history and transactions are summed up for each currency. The table includes the percentage change of each balance over the last week.

    If you are looking for a chart displaying the historical balances for each currency, consider the Balances History chart. If you are looking for a table with the converted value of your portfolio in each of your

  • Exchange chart

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    This candlestick chart displays the historical exchange rates for a given exchange pair, on a given exchange, over a given period. The rates are displayed as standard OHLC candlesticks.

    You can add the exchange chart for any of our supported exchange pairs to your portfolio – not just the exchange pairs that include one of your reporting currencies.

    Depending on the time period selected, the resolution of the data (each candlestick) will change:

    • For time periods less than 30 days, the resolution will be hourly.
    • For time periods less than 365 days, the resolution will be daily (the default).
    • Otherwise,
  • Equivalent Distribution chart

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    This pie chart displays the latest account distribution of all currencies in your portfolio, in terms of a given target currency. This includes all currencies in your portfolio, not just your reporting currencies. The target currency must be one of your reporting currencies.

    For example, the above chart shows a portfolio consisting of 52% USD, 45% LTC, and the remainder consisting of BCH and other currencies – if all balances were converted into USD today.

    If you are looking for the distribution of the balances of a particular currency in your portfolio, consider the Currency Distribution chart.

  • Currency Distribution chart

    Jevon Wright · 0 · Posted

    This pie chart displays the latest account distribution for a currency in your portfolio. The target currency must be one of your reporting currencies.

    For example, the above chart shows a portfolio holding 96% of their Bitcoin in their Cex.io account, with the remainder in their Kraken account.

    If you are looking for the distribution of the value of each currency in your portfolio, consider the Equivalent Distribution chart.