Coin Stats

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Software

Coin Stats, is a cryptocurrency research and portfolio tracker application. It runs from a mobile device, but is also available for Web and MacOSX platforms.

The app allows users to manage their cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and over 3000 alt-coins within the app. The app allows to visit coins' social pages and websites to make research based investment decisions.[1] Coin Stats also has a feature to set price, limit, volume and market cap alerts to currencies, read the related news from over 40 sources.[2][3][4]

On top of that users can add their cryptocurrency trades into Coin Stats for tracking their net worth and profit/loss, including by connecting wallets and exchange accounts for auto-sync. It also allows users to compare their portfolios with friends and track their gains over time by means of portfolio sharing functionality. In the Telegram channel of Coin Stats there is a possibility to set up Telegram bots to get latest prices and charts of coins.[5]

History

Coin Stats was founded in 2017 by Narek Gevorgyan. The first version of the app was released in summer 2017 for Android[2] and iOS[3] platforms. Since then the app has grown in multiple countries and currently more than 500,000 active users are managing their crypto holdings by means of Coin Stats. Today, over $3.5 Billion in Ethereum is being tracked by Coin Stats users in the app via synced wallets (much more added manually). Coin Stats users own almost 10% of all Ethereum in existence.[6]

In July 2018 Web and MacOSX versions of the app were introduced to users.[2][3] Template:Gallery

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