ChangeNow, a high-speed cryptocurrency exchange platform, announced the launch of its new NOW Tracker app in a press release. The new portfolio tracking app is meant to give users resources to manage their assets in real time.
How NOW Tracker operates
NOW Tracker gathers data from coins’ public addresses to give users up to the second information on how their assets are performing. The app works with both hot and cold wallets.
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Some of the notable features include:
- Manual tracking of cryptocurrencies
- Pie chart breakdowns
- Market cap of the top-200 crypto assets
- Balances displayed in nearly a dozen fiat currencies
Mike Ermolaev, head of PR at ChangeNOW, said in the press release:
“Our main goal when adding new elements to the ChangeNOW ecosystem is to cover all the bases for our users, so that anything crypto-related they need or any question they may have, we can help them out with. We want the ChangeNOW experience to be all inclusive, a system where users can solve any queries without leaving it. And our NOW Tracker release is a big step towards this goal.”
NOW Tracker is free!
The NOW Tracker successfully completed a beta testing stage and lent it some “final touches” based on user feedback, the company said in its press release. The app is now widely available at no charge to Android users via Google Play and iOS users through the App Store.
Registration is not required and neither does the app store personal data. This is consistent with all the other products in the ChangeNOW ecosystem, including the non-custodial NOW Wallet.
Management remains committed to adding new features over time, which will include balance history tracking capabilities. Users can expect new features and improvements to be added every two to three weeks. Ermolaev added:
“Central to the upgrades is our desire to provide our users with a tracker that has been integrated with all major crypto exchanges in the industry and also features a comprehensive news feed.”
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