CoinLib is one of the latest ways to track your crypto. But it’s so much more than that too.
Real-Time Price Updates
Crypto prices update in real-time on CoinLib.
Prices on CoinLib are calculated based on the volumes from each exchange. At the moment, CoinLib collects data from over 60 exchanges and supports over 2,300 coins, with more coins added often. The coin prices may differ slightly from those seen on other crypto trackers, such as CoinMarketCap. This is because CoinLib calculates prices based on your preferred fiat currency. Only those exchanges that support trading between the crypto and your chosen fiat currency will enter into the calculation.
CoinLib shows coins movements based on the past hour, the past 24 hours, the past seven days, and the past 30 days. You select what range you’d like to see (you can change the selection whenever you want).
You can click on any coin to get more detailed information about that coin.
There’s also a tab called ‘Movers’. This shows you the biggest percentage winners and losers for the time period (one hour, 24 hours, seven days, 30 days).
These are all features you can access simply by going to the site, no account necessary. Once you get an account, more features become available. Signing up for an account is free.
Star Your Favourites; Build a Portfolio
Once you have an account, you can start building up your own personal portfolio.
You can start your ‘favorite cryptos‘ page for quick access to their prices and movements.
Real-time then crosses into your portfolio, allowing you to track the coins you trade and how your investment is performing. You can easily add any trade you’ve done, from either your desktop or your phone.
CoinLib also allows you to set up alerts. You choose the crypto you want to be alerted about, what type of alert you receive, and the amount reached to trigger the alert. This can be set up as a single alert or as recurring alerts. You can choose to receive the alert through email or as an in-browser notification.
You can also compare coins with the ‘Compare Coins‘ tool. This allows you to compare the performances of up to four coins within a selected date range.
This is a helpful tool for doing investment research. The tool provides in-depth graphs comparing the coins you’ve chosen, showing information like overall performance, trading volume, and market cap.
Best Price Explorer
Another tool offered is the ‘Best Price Explorer‘. This tool provides you with the best and worst prices for a chosen trading pair. The only catch is that neither exchange nor network fees are taken into consideration, so be mindful of that when using.
The Latest Crypto News
The app provides a feed for the latest crypto news as well, which includes articles from various crypto sites and tweets from coins, along with other trending crypto updates.
You can learn more about CoinLib here.
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