Trying to Make Sense of Your Crypto Portfolio? 

With so many different blockchains, cryptocurrencies and wallets, it’s overwhelming to try to track all of your investments.

Fortunately a few apps and websites have been developed to do precisely  this.

Now with NFTs entering the scene, expect to see many more of these portfolio apps begin tracking their value as well. This guide features one NFT price tracking app along with more conventional portfolio apps. 

So far, there isn’t one app that does everything right: taxes, price alerts, auto-filling your transaction history, and valuing your NFTs. 

Often most of the best features are now hidden behind monthly paywalls.

  • CoinMarketCap let’s you track the prices of your assets and can alert you to drastic changes
  • CoinTracker has a clean user interface and also helps you do crypto taxes; however more advanced features are hidden behind a paywall
  • dApp Radar shows you the floor value of your NFTs as well as value of the tokens in your portfolio
  • Only CoinTracker and dApp Radar auto-populate your transactions from a wallet address

The Easy Choice


You visit this site regularly anyways to check on the market, why not use it as a portfolio tracker?

While CMC doesn’t do everything, it is a good convenient choice with many useful features. You’ll have to do a fair amount of set up and management however.

To start using this portfolio, all you have to do is make an account with CoinMarketCap. Next, you select a cryptocurrency to add information about when you bought or transferred it. Afterward, you can populate it with other cryptocurrencies and view the value of your portfolio change in real time as you buy/sell/transfer.

None of it links to your wallets or exchange accounts. This is all done manually and based on whatever data you enter. Aka the hard way.

Navigating to the Portfolio section will now show all of your assets and holdings as well as summaries of profits or losses.

You can set up multiple portfolios with different asset mixes and see how they perform. You can also have different watch lists and coin-specific alerts.


  • Create multiple portfolios
  • Set the interface to “private” if you’re browsing in public
  • Work with the alerts created by CoinMarketCap to time your buying and selling
  • Sync for desktop and mobile app


  • Transactions must be input manually
  • Doesn’t track taxes
  • Doesn’t track NFTs


CoinMarketCap offers price alerts and the ability to create multiple portfolios, but you’ll have to manually add in your transactions and keep up with them one by one if you want your portfolio to reflect the current reality.

Profit, Loss and Tax Calculator


What sets CoinTracker apart is that it’s a useful and comprehensive tax tool.

When you sign up, you need to add in the country you’re located in so that taxes can be calculated accurately. Then you can add your various crypto wallets via a dropdown menu and sync up as many wallets as you have by inputting the public address. It is also possible to add in excel spreadsheets, assets in cold wallets and assets in hot wallets. 

The Dashboard features charts and graphs, a list of all your assets as well as your losses/gains to date. It also shows you your most recent transactions and calculations for the last year of taxes. The Portfolio tabs shows your performance-to-date and returns on your assets as well as the diversity of your investments. 

Another nice aspect of the taxes feature is a tab that calculates how much losses you can harvest for your next tax statement. The interface is cleaner  than CoinMarketCap (and just about anything else out there). 

It’s also available as an app.

Bottom line:
CoinTracker is one of the most comprehensive trackers in the industry. And trust us, you are going to need help when it comes to filing taxes that involve buying, selling and trading cryptocurrencies. 


  • Auto-populate portfolio using your public wallet addresses
  • Clean user interface
  • Available on desktop and mobile
  • Calculates and tracks taxes as well as potential losses than can be harvested (with the paid Pro version)
  • Ability to add your accountant to the portfolio
  • Tracks NFTs (but does not calculate their value)
  • Daily notifications about changes in portfolio


  • Can’t create multiple portfolios
  • Doesn’t track NFT values
  • Need to pay for details of individual cryptocurrency performance over time
  • No specific price alerts


CoinTracker is the most trusted place to monitor your cryptocurrency portfolio and calculate your taxes.

Easily track your portfolio in one place, view your return on investment, your unified transaction history, crypto balances, and much more. CoinTracker supports all the top exchanges, wallets, and over 2,500 cryptocurrencies.

CoinTracker is not intended as a place for information and entertainment – it’s a very well designed and useful tool.

For NFT Valuation:


DappRadar is the CoinMarketCap or CoinGecko for dApps and NFT marketplaces.

After inputting your public wallet addresses, the site populates your portfolio with your tokens and your NFTs. Currently, the valuation tool simply lists the floor as the value of the individual NFTs.

It also lists the individual tokens and graphs of their value.


  • Autopopulate portfolio using your public wallet address
  • Tracks NFTs and shows floor value
  • Tracks individual tokens within your wallets


  • Can’t create multiple portfolios
  • Doesn’t track or estimate actual NFT value
  • Can integrate with your hot wallet, opening up the potential for accidentally selling tokens
  • No specific price alerts


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There is no one perfect portfolio app, they all have their own unique benefits and flaws.

CoinMarketCap offers price alerts and the ability to create multiple portfolios, but you’ll have to manually add in your transactions and keep up with them one by one if you want your portfolio to reflect the current reality.

Many people don’t mind entering the data manually since they use CMC as a tool that shows hypothetical scenarios, partial portfolios and general market information as it relates to your particular holdings and interests.

CoinTracker is more specific to taxes. It has a nice and clean user interface (no news etc.), several features for tracking the value of your coins and adds tax capabilities.

More advanced options are hidden behind a paywall and there is no option for price alerts or NFT valuation.

Finally, dApp Radar is the only one of these popular apps that provides a floor value for your NFTs but does not estimate their actual value based on the market.