Digital Currencies: Top Crypto Portfolio Appsby MBM Research MBM Research
If you are a crypto user or investor, it is important to know about some of the best crypto apps available for mobile devices. Many popular altcoins like Litecoin and others are often better-suited to some apps, rather than others. Here, we will look at some of the most popular crypto apps favored by mobile users today.
FreeWallet is an application that is great for smaller crypto investors that are looking to store limited amounts of digital currency assets. FreeWallet users are actually able to operate multiple cryptocurrency portfolios at the same time, which is something that is not available with all apps. When using the app, the crypto assets can also be stored offline (in a virtual safe). This commitment to security is refreshing and the all-in-one beta version is available for crypto portfolios using Ethereum, Bitcoin, Bytecoin, Monero, Zcash, Bancor, Steem, Ardor, Dash, XDN, Tether, FantomCoin, Lisk, and Dogecoin.
Cryptonator is another practical app that allows users to store different cryptos in associated portfolios. Cryptonator has over a dozen digital currencies available for users and offers many transaction possibilities: sending money, receiving money, and storing money. One interesting aspect is that you can make instant exchanges between cryptocurrencies (and between your individual crypto portfolios).
Coinbase essentially an app version of the website Coinbase.com. According to recent accounts from many users, the Coinbase app works better (tends to be more stable) than the site itself. In some cases, instability at the site has been reported when Bitcoin sees major increases in volatility (or during times of high site traffic). The Coinbase app will allow users to trade (buy and sell) Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Litecoin and in a secure fashion. Cryptos can be purchased by credit card, which can make buying easier for some users.
The Coinomi app allows users to gain better control of their crypto assets through secure software additions. In addition to Bitcoin assets, users are able to secure an impressive number of altcoins (Ethereum and many others). Essentially, the Coinomi app is a cross-chained mobile hybrid wallet that will allow you to carry your cryptos safely before trading or making purchases.
With the Jaxx app, users can own a crypto wallet that is secured with private keys. The Jaxx app is a wallet that is user compatible with many different cryptocurrencies (which includes market favorites like Bitcoin and Ethereum). This means users are more free in their operations and funds management relative to unlawful apps. Jaxx also has some security advantages for those using the app’s phrase recovery system (which uses 12 words) which can enable users to restore the crypto wallet.
Trackers allows users to view real-time cryptocurrency prices on several different trading platforms. The major advantage here is that the system uses notifications/alerts that are put in place by several different mobile apps (including some listed here). This helps ensure you do not miss a thing in terms of the price variations that are seen in your favorite cryptocurrencies.
Blockfolio is a crypto tracker that follows crypto prices and can set price alerts for your chosen coins. Users indicate the number of cryptocurrencies set to be scanned, and the app can list a wide variety of useful information. Alerts can be sent on a daily basis and can include things like total balance, buy/sell orders, activity on price charts and others. Blockfolio is a good alternative instrument for crypto users that follow various portfolios.
Ztrader is somewhat similar when compared to Blockfolio, and the app is used by a large number of crypto investors. Ztrader makes it possible to watch for developments in investments, consult price changes relative to various fiat currencies, and the app also offers some very detailed price graphs for traders.
Created on Jul 4th 2019 17:59. Viewed 89 times.
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