Cryptowatch is the only terminal you need to analyze, make, and manage trades on all the top crypto exchanges.
Released: February 28, 2023
In our latest release, we shipped a huge updates to our charting & trading interface.
Traders can now completely customize their web trading workspace. For every workspace, you can select which modules you’d like to add. Each module can be dragged into your workspace, framed, and resized based on your preferences.
If you only have one module open, it will by default take up the entire screen. Once you add another, you can decide to split an existing pane vertically or horizontally.
This modular approach allows you to divvy up your screen real-estate in whatever way you desire. Make one module larger than another if it is more important to you. Workplaces can be saved and easily accessed from the workplace manager in the top navbar.
If you don’t want to start from scratch, you can choose to start from one of the pre-existing templates we’ve provided.
Fetch data on the top markets, assets, NFTs, and the biggest gainers and movers. Subscribe to breaking news alert feeds for any asset. Set and receive price, volume, volatility alerts. Schedule OHLCV updates for over 10,000+ supported markets.
Released: February 7, 2023
Airtable Integration Now Available on Cryptofinance
Cryptofinance provides Airtable users an easy way to fetch cryptocurrency data from over 20 major exchanges and more than 40,000 markets and is completely free to use.
Users can also use the currency converter feature to quickly convert prices in any major asset.
A New Look for the Cryptofinance Landing Page
Released: January 17, 2023
This week the Cryptowatch team released 70 new NFT collections, new USD quoted VWAP indecies, data streaming improvements for Binance & crypto.com markets and more.
New NFT Collections and Floor Price Charts
Asset Price Index Charts
Chart and set price alerts on new VWAP (volume weighted average price) indices on Cryptowatch. We have already added 700 new assets, with more planned to be released soon. Find the new USD price index charts using the Cryptowatch global search bar. New VWAP indices are also available though our Cryptofinance plugin or over the Cryptowatch rest or web-socket APIs.
Market Data Streaming Improvements
Landing Page Updates
Released: December 15, 2022
The new magic link adds Kraken Portfolio and Trading API permissions to your Cryptowatch account
Watchlist price auto-alerts are available now on Cryptowatch. Monitor volatile markets on your watchlist and if a big change happens, you’ll be notified via a browser or mobile push notification. You can find this new feature under Watchlist Alerts or in the mobile app setting under Automatic Alerts.
Released: November 15, 2022
Cryptowatch has added open interest data when viewing OKX, Deribit and Crypto.com markets on the Markets page. Open interest refers to the number of open or outstanding contracts in a derivatives market and is a common indication of overall market activity.
Released: October 25, 2022
Cryptowatch adds KuCoin to the list of exchanges with trading connectivity. Users can now connect their KuCoin accounts with a trading-enabled API key and place orders for KuCoin spot markets through the CW interfaces. Users can also monitor their KuCoin balances using Portfolio on both the Cryptowatch web and mobile app.
Released: October 4, 2022
This week, the Cryptowatch team added open interest data for Kraken Futures, Binance, FTX, Bybit, Bitfinex and KuCoin markets. In addition, the Cryptowatch team added new Blockchain fundamental metrics for tracking Ethereum: Miner Flow, Staking Deposit, and Validator metrics.
Find open interest for Kraken Futures, Binance, FTX, Bybit, Bitfinex and KuCoin markets on the Markets page.
Open interest refers to the number of open or outstanding contracts in a derivatives market and is a common indication of overall market activity.
Cryptowatch adds new Ethereum Blockchain Fundamental metrics to support the recent merge. Users can track Execution Layer (ETH) and Ethereum Consensus Layer (ETH2) Miner Flow, Staking Deposit and Validator metrics from the Fundamentals page.
ETH and ETH2 Blockchain Fundamental metrics on the Fundamentals page
Clicking the "i" icon next to each data type in the “Name” category reveals more information about the metric.
Users can also locate their favorite fundamentals charts via the Search bar.
Released: August 2, 2022
This week, the Cryptowatch team released new features to technical analysis alerts. Customize and evaluate alerts with more flexibility! In addition, monitor your favorite markets on ByBit and HitBTC with spot data for Bybit and futures data for both Bybit and HitBTC.
Cryptowatch users can now create alerts based on technical analysis (TA) indicators found in the analysis library. To quickly create a TA alert, select what’s already plotted on a chart or right-click the chart to bring up the context menu. Every technical analysis alert is customizable and alerts can be set on each of the outputs.
Cryptowatch users can evaluate an alert at the end of a candle close for every supported time interval for price, volume and TA alerts.
Tired of recreating the same alerts again and again? Turn on repeat alerts to automatically reset an alert after it’s been triggered. Repeat alerts are also available on the mobile app. For example, when Bar is selected, the time interval used is taken from the original alert’s interval.
Cryptowatch users can create alerts by comparing any supported parameter against another parameter, even if it is in a different market. For example, you can set an alert when the 1H trading volume of KRAKEN:ETHUSD is at or above KRAKEN:BTCUSD.
Released: June 21, 2022
New users will now experience an improved onboarding wizard to guide them through connecting their first exchanges, securing their account, creating a watchlist, setting alerts and a general tour of the logged-in home dashboard.
Released: May 10, 2022
This week the Cryptowatch team released NFT market data, KuCoin futures markets, updates to the Token News Module and Cryptowatch Desktop improvements.
Continue reading for more information about this new release.
Track and analyze NFT market data using our new NFT screener, floor-price charts and alerts. From the NFT screener, click on a collection to view a floor-price chart. From the floor-price chart, you can add TA indicators and set alerts. You can also pull OpenSea market data to your Google Sheets via Cryptofinance. Learn more in our new blog.
KuCoin futures markets are now available across desktop, mobile and web. Track and analyze candlestick charts, market depth and real-time trades. Note: KuCoin futures will not have historical trading data.
Released: April 19, 2022
This week the Cryptowatch team released several updates. You can now:
- Track and analyze KuCoin spot markets
- Access market data for all Kraken Multi-Collateral Futures
- See real-time market and order book data for all Deribit futures
- Get DEX data from Uniswap V3, SushiSwap, PancakeSwap and Trader Joe via Cryptofinance
- Share charts on Twitter
- Use our new Token News module to keep up with your watchlist
- View top trending tokens with our latest Social Sentiment module update
- Compare 1,800+ assets in the correlations matrix
Continue reading for more information about this new release.
KuCoin spot markets are now available across desktop, mobile and web. Track and analyze candlestick charts, market depth and real-time trades. Note: KuCoin markets will continue to be added over the coming week until all 1,000+ markets are live. We appreciate your patience.
You can now access market data for all available Kraken Multi-Collateral Futures across desktop, mobile and web. On desktop and mobile, the new markets can be found using the usual search options. On the web, you can find these markets from the search bar or by filtering for Kraken Futures on our Markets page.
Cryptowatch now supports real-time market and order book data for Deribit USDC-quoted contracts – including every Deribit futures market. Note: Due to Deribit API limitations, charts with full historical data will be available in future releases for USDC-quoted contracts.
Stay on top of the market with our Token News module, which can be seen from the logged-in homepage. Have news delivered based on your watchlist and keep up with the most influential news articles and social posts of the day.
The Social Sentiment module now lists the top tokens by total social volume change over the past 24 hours. These tokens are automatically displayed in the cards shown above the sentiment table. Social volume is a combination of total social posts and tags on Twitter and Reddit. To see how a trending asset is trading, click the asset and a live price chart will open.
The Cryptowatch Correlations Matrix has been upgraded and now supports over 1,800 assets for price correlation analysis. Use the search bar located at the top left side of the page to add assets to the screener. Track correlation trends over 24-hour, 7-day, 30-day or 1-year time periods as shown below.
Released: February 15, 2022
This week the Cryptowatch team released the highly anticipated technical analysis updated to Cryptwatch Desktop, a new module for comparing assets, and new filters for the Markets page.
TA indicators and overlays can be added, resized and repositioned to any chart module.
Visit the Cryptowatch blog to learn more:
This release also includes a new Grouping function for Cryptowatch Desktop. Different modules and settings can be grouped together (indicated by group numbers 1 to 9) to make quick changes to your board.
This new Cryptowatch dashboard module lets traders compare the price over time of their favorite assets. Compare up to 5 assets at a time and view their price changes over 24 hours, 7 days, 1 month, 3 months, or 1 year. Select from 1600+ assets.
Price percentage changes are on the right side of the graph. The assets, current prices and overall change percentage are in the window in the top-left of the module.
Released: January 25, 2022
This week the Cryptowatch team released an update to the Social Sentiment and Watchlist modules and built a new visual indicator for open interest in CME futures markets.
We’ve upgraded the Social sentiment module with new trendline charts. These new charts visualize metrics in the module, like social engagement, shared links and spam volume so you can better see the social landscape for your favorite assets.
The social sentiment module measures the number of social posts & tags, the sum of social data like followers & retweets, and the token’s Alt Rank™ — a measurement combing altcoin price performance relative to Bitcoin and social indicators.
In our last release we included Open Interest data on the markets screener, and this week we’ve implemented this data into the chart view.
Open Interest data is displayed in a sub panel below the price chart (like the Volume/other indicators) and appears as bars corresponding to the candlestick periods above.
Open Interest data indication is only available on 1D (1 day), 3D (3 day), and 1W (1 week) chart periods.
The Watchlist module on your signed-in dashboard will now synchronize with any custom order you’ve prepared using the Watchlist panel.
If you want certain markets at the top of your view, regardless of exchange or asset, open the Watchlist panel on the right and sort by custom. Then drag and drop your markets into whatever order you prefer — the Watchlist module on your homepage will now display your favorite markets in the preferred order.
Released: December 14, 2021
In this week’s release, the Cryptowatch team added a new Blockchain Fundamentals tab to the Assets page, a Social Sentiment module to the Signed-in Dashboard, more paginated API endpoints, NYMEX markets, and a couple more quality improvements to the charts.
Traders can explore metrics like transactions, exchange deposits & withdrawals, block difficulty, and loads more for a deeper look at many major cryptocurrencies.
Clicking the "i" icon next to each data type in the “Name” category reveals more information about the metric. Traders can also quickly return to their favorite fundamentals charts by adding them to their Watchlist, or via the Search bar.
New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) markets are now available for tracking and analysis on Cryptowatch. NYMEX oversees billions in futures and options contracts for energy commodities, like crude oil and natural gas. Cryptowatch traders can keep tabs on their energy investments, or build Cryptowatch Desktop boards comparing NYMEX and crypto markets side by side.
Traders logging into Cryptowatch can now get a rundown of the most talked about tokens on social platforms like Reddit and Twitter, right from their Signed-in Dashboard.
This new module measures the number of social posts & tags, the sum of social data like followers & retweets, and the token’s “Alt Rank™” — a measurement combing altcoin price performance relative to Bitcoin and social indicators.
Hovering your cursor over the “i” icons in the column headers reveals more information about each metric. Traders can choose to display 10, 50, or 100 rows in the Social Sentiment module using the “Show” dropdown at the bottom of the module.
Cryptowatch’s catalog of markets, assets and pairs continues to grow, so we've added pagination to these resources in order to keep the response sizes manageable.
The paginated endpoints will now accept two new parameters -
limit. Cursor will help you navigate through pages, while limit will allow you to determine the number of results per request.
We’ve added a depth overlay to the order book, making it easier to spot key support and resistance levels on the fly. The new Depth overlay measures the cumulative order book depth from the top of the order book. Check it out on the Charts page.
Cryptowatch traders can now filter spot and derivative markets on the Exchanges page with the addition of our new screener. The new derivatives screener breaks down both 24H volume and live order book liquidity metrics for both futures and perpetual swap markets listed at the trading venue.
Released: November 23, 2021
In this week’s release, traders can now right click the charts to create new orders, check past and active alerts on the homepage dashboard. Additionally, CME futures markets now include open interest data when viewed on the Markets page.
Right-click the charts at your desired price for limit orders, anywhere for market orders.
Traders can use the right-click context menu to program new orders directly from the charts, making price selection for limit orders a quick and visual process. Both market and limit orders can currently be selected this way.
Using the context menu auto-fills both the order type and price (for limit orders) in the trading form. Traders can then fill in their desired quantity, leverage, and other order options before submitting to the market.
Use dashboard customization to put active and past alerts at the top of your dashboard.
Traders can now view their past and active alerts immediately when visiting Cryptowatch. The alerts module includes the market, exchange and alert conditions and trigger types (eg. SMS, browser, email) for all active alerts.
Clicking the Expand button in the top-right makes all active alerts viewable in the module. The Alerts Log section includes the same information as active alerts, plus the date & time each alert was triggered.
Find open interest for CME Futures markets on the Markets page.
Cryptowatch now includes open interest data when viewing CME Futures markets on the Markets page. Open interest refers to the number of yet-unsettled contracts in a derivatives market and is a common indication of overall market activity.
Released: November 2, 2021
This week the Cryptowatch team released some quality-of-life improvements to the signed-in homepage and portfolio page as well as a continued drip of new traditional markets from the CME and COMEX exchanges.
The Cryptowatch team has added a new Watchlist module to the signed-in homepage. Click the Expand button to view your entire Watchlist. The module is also integrated with your Watchlist as a whole — try clicking the
button, then using the utility belt to add or remove markets from your Watchlist. Any changes will be reflected in your signed-in homepage and the Watchlists visible on the Charts page.
You can also choose where the Watchlist appears on the page using the recently-added customization tool. We went ahead and freshened up the other modules, too, so go ahead and put your favorites up top.
Cryptowatch has added more traditional finance markets since our initial integration with CME Globex Futures. In addition to Bitcoin, Ether & Eurodollar, we have now expanded our futures offering to include continuous charts for S&P 500, NASDAQ-100, Gold, Silver, Copper and a multitude of FX markets. Find a full list of all available CME Globex markets here.
We’ve redesigned a portion of the Portfolio page, moving the Performance, Orders, Positions, History and Export tools to a collapsible menu on the left-hand side. Expanding the menu reveals your number of open orders and positions, then you can tuck it away again for an unobscured Portfolio checkup.
Released: October 12, 2021
Signed-in Traders can now adjust their view when opening up their personalized homepage trading dashboard. Dashboard sections can be re-ordered or toggled on & off using the menu at the top-right of the page.
Traders can now tip each other with Credits in the chat. If you really like what that last person had to say, or just want to help out a new trader, toss them a few Credits with an optional message attached. You can tip mods, too, if you appreciate the justice they dole out (we trade too).
New URL previews option: Only chart previews. Hides all URL previews except Cryptowatch chart URLs. Accessed via the Chat options menu.
User profile-popovers from mentions. Clicking a user profile another trader mentioned lets you access their profile for tipping or muting.
Traders can now toggle both their chart drawings and analysis tools on or off.
Drawings can be hidden/revealed via the new “eye” icon at the bottom of the drawing tools menu, or by right-clicking the chart and selecting “Hide Drawings” from the menu.
Analysis tools (both overlays and indicators) can be hidden/revealed by clicking the “eye” icon on the Analysis menu, above the price chart. Doing so removes all overlays and indicators, leaving only the candlestick chart in view. Individual analysis tools can still be toggled on or off manually via the Analysis menu.
Released: September 21, 2021
This week the Cryptowatch team released new chart options highlighting non-trading sessions for CME Globex Futures markets, a transaction history to track your Credits spending, and a new security feature for the Chat.
CME Globex Futures markets are traditional trading venues, and that comes with market opens & closes. We’ve included two new options in the Chart Style menu (right next to the analysis menu) to better visualize the times between close and open.
The options “Show non-trading” and “Session breaks” can be found under the “Trading Session” header in the Chart style dropdown menu. See the gif below to see it in action:
Traders can now track, filter and export their Cryptowatch transaction history via the Credits & Billing page. You can filter the list by type of transaction, set before/after dates and export a .csv file for your personal records.
We’ve added a new Chat feature to help the accident prone from oversharing sensitive information — if you send an API key (or anything resembling one) to the Chat, Cryptowatch will ask you to make sure that wasn’t an accident first. Keep those keys safe!
Released: August 31, 2021
Cryptowatch traders can now monitor & analyze global market-moving events from Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) alongside their favourite cryptocurrency markets.
Traders can set alerts, track and monitor trading metrics (such as price, daily summary, OHLC candles, etc.) and apply any of Cryptowatch’s technical indicators and drawing tools for in-depth market analysis.
Currently, Cryptowatch supports the following CME Globex Futures symbols:
There are 3 ways to access CME Globex Futures markets on Cryptowatch:
Delayed Market Data
Market data in all CME markets will be delayed by 10 minutes. This delay allows us to offer this data for free to all Cryptowatch visitors.
Due to the redistribution limitations of our agreement with the CME, Cryptowatch will not emit CME market data to customers via our public APIs.
All CME active contracts will be fully backfilled by using all the available historical data of the CME. However, in some cases we have identified that full history is not available. This means that the historical data for some Continuous charts will start later than expected.
Traders can now quickly sort and navigate DeFi assets across every exchange on Cryptowatch. Our new card view ranks the top DeFi assets by 24H spot trading volume. Find our new pages by selecting the DeFi filter on the Assets page to view decentralized token listings in both the list and card views.
Released: August 10, 2021
This week the Cryptowatch team released an addition to the Portfolio page's P/L Histogram, allowing traders to visualize their Portfolio against BTC and ETH. This release also includes alerts for blockchain fundamental data and a new Asset page filter to show DeFi assets only.
A 7-day period of Portfolio Rate-of-Return compared to Ethereum.
Traders can now use the P/L Histogram’s ROR (Rate-of-Return) graph to compare their Portfolio to the historical data of either BTC or ETH. To select a comparison asset, use the drop-down “Comparison” menu immediately below the “Profit/Loss” title. The “Value over time” section of the Portfolio page must be enabled to view this feature.
Alerts set for an increase or decrease in Bitcoin active addresses.
If you missed our last release, our team added a new category of charts to Cryptowatch — blockchain fundamentals data. This week we've improved the feature by adding alerts functionality as well. Blockchain alerts can be set either from the Alerts menu, or by clicking the y-axis of a blockchain fundamentals chart.
Traders can now filter the Assets page by DeFi or All.
DeFi traders can streamline their market check-ups from the Assets page with a brand new filter. If you’re focusing on DeFi assets, you can use this filter to quickly monitor only DeFi token prices, trading volume, asset liquidity and more.
Released: July 20, 2021
This week the Cryptowatch team released new charts for blockchain data, updated page designs for the Markets and Exchanges pages, and added multiple updates to your Portfolio tools. On the Portfolio page, we’ve improved the design of the Value-over-time series and Profit/Loss histogram and added fees data to the Trade History tab.
Above: Bitcoin blockchain active addresses
Cryptowatch traders can now supplement their analysis with blockchain metrics charts, as provided by Coin Metrics. You can find these charts by typing either “Bitcoin blockchain” or “Ethereum blockchain” into the search bar on any page, then selecting a fundamental metric from the list. Fundamental data charts are labeled with “Fundamentals”. More documentation on these metrics, including the full list of supported metrics, can be found here.
Above: the Value-over-time graph
We’ve updated the look of the Value-over-time and Profit/Loss Histogram tools, moving the period buttons to the top right, the OHLC bar and best/worst performers to below the Value-over-time graph, and separating the P/L Histogram into its own space below.
Cryptowatch traders will also notice the Cumulative Rate of Return (RoR) metric on the P/L Histogram. Hovering your cursor over any period in the P/L Histogram reveals the Periodic Return data for that period.
Trading fees are now listed in the rightmost column of the Trades History tab.
This week we released new looks for the Markets and Exchanges pages, keeping with the overall design refresh of Cryptowatch. Rows on these pages are now separated by alternating colors, and the filters buttons are reduced in size and less intrusive.
Released: June 29, 2021
Cryptowatch Chat now renders MP4 videos — drop a video URL in the Chat to try it out.
Released: June 8, 2021
This week Cryptowatch released tier information and the ability to upgrade & downgrade subscription tiers (for example, upgrading free access to Cryptofinance to a Standard plan).
Two new chat rooms have been added — Technical Analysis and DeFi. Finally, this release also added a new overlay to the Analysis menu, the Arnaud Legoux Moving Average.
Adding subscription services to your crypto-toolbox is now a simpler task — our Subscriptions page now includes a description of the service, what’s included in each tier, as well as handy upgrade/downgrade buttons alongside each subscription tier. If a free trial is available, that’s automatically labeled as “Active” on the subscriptions page.
These new chat rooms are for traders eager to share their market outlooks and talk about the DeFi (Decentralized Finance) space. In the Technical Analysis room, share your chart snapshots and talk trading with the rest of the CW bunch. As Cryptowatch trader
“What’s this? A trading forum on a trading app?!”
CrypLyfe has joined the privileged few — release-notes worthy traders.
The ALMA overlay performs a moving average calculation twice — once from left to right, and once from right to left. This, plus normalized distribution within the calculation whittles down noise and improves the trendline. ALMA trendlines experience less lag than a simple moving average, revealing more timely signals. Check it out on the Charts page.
Released: May 18, 2021
This week our team released a newly designed header bar to Cryptowatch web, a Profit & Loss histogram to the Portfolio page, updates to our Chat and the Analysis tools library, and a massive quality-of-life update to Charts — undo/redo.
We’ve updated Cryptowatch’s look with a new header and utility bar, scrapping the lines between elements for a more modern look.
Scrolling and adding markets to your watchlist in the header is simpler (click the
+icon in the right corner), and the Cryptowatch logo and search bar are condensed to make room for your watched markets on the Charts page.
This feature let’s traders undo their last charting action or redo the last action they’ve undone, streamlining your analysis process. Right click the chart area to open the context menu, then select undo/redo from the bottom of the menu. Alternatively, use the hotkeys:
A new portfolio tool measuring your relative returns across the selected period in the Net Value Time Series graph. The P/L histogram visualizes fluctuations in your combined Portfolio value across all of your funded & connected exchanges.
We’ve added badges next to usernames in the Chat to denote new users, moderators, and other special-someones. Clicking on a username opens their profile overview, displaying any badges they have, as well as the age of their profile.
The Wilder’s Volatility Indicator (found in the Analysis menu) uses an Average True Range indicator to measure market volatility, attempting to generate well-timed buy and sell signals.
- Added ability to remove saved credit cards.
- Added Transaction History filter — can filter by transaction types & time period (since/before).
Released: April 27, 2021
- Homepage Dashboard: Signing in to Cryptowatch reveals a personalized homepage, summarizing your Portfolio and assets, recently-viewed markets, plus a restyled blog and news feed.
- Portfolio Customization: Traders can now hide, show, and re-order the tools on the Portfolio page. Just click the icon on the upper right of the Portfolio page.
- Cryptofinance: Cryptofinance subscriptions are now live — swap Credits for a monthly subscription to this powerful Google sheets add-on and build your own crypto tools.
- Alert Notes and Names: Name your alerts and add notes to them — reminders, actions to take, wagers won or lost against other traders in the Chat room — there are endless possibilities for this new feature.
- New Overlay: Hull Moving Average: Developed by Alan Hull, the Hull Moving Average aims to provide a nearly lag-free moving average while maintaining a smooth curve.
- Minor Updates
Read on for more information and images of new releases.
Recently viewed markets and Portfolio summaries.
- Portfolio overview: value-over-time chart (with selectable time ranges up to 1 year)
- Unrealized profit/loss
- Asset allocation heatmap
- Product updates feed
- Restyled news and blog feeds
- Top assets list by: Top volume, Top market cap, 24h Best & 24h Worst performers
Top assets sorted by Top Volume.
Product updates feed from our blog and Cryptowatch Guides.
Restyled news and Blog feeds.
Traders can now reorganize their Cryptowatch Portfolio tools — super handy as we continue to add & improve new portfolio visuals and charts. Click the “hamburger” icon to the top-right of your portfolio tools to hide, show and reorder tools on the page.
How to show, hide and organize portfolio tools.
More Portfolio updates:
- New colors/style — Portfolio Composition & Performance heatmap.
- NVTS and home dashboard change chart default to 7 day.
- NVTS saves your last time-period selection, will display that time series on reload.
An example of what you can build with Cryptofinance — a trade log with ticker bar and P/L tracking.
Our team has added Cryptofinance subscriptions to our growing list of services. Subscribing to Cryptofinance grants access to the best features of this powerful Google Sheets add-on. You will now find price and data information on the Credits & Billing page.
Cryptofinance info on the Credits & Billing page.
Cryptofinance combines with Google Sheets powerful formulae to let you build your own crypto tools — whether tracking your balances, visualizing complex data, or more.
Add a name and notes to any alert in the Alerts panel, found in the Utility Belt on the right side of the screen.
Alert notes show within the alert display, in SMS and email alerts. Leave practical reminders, all-time-high notifications, analysis notes or total gibberish — whatever improves your quality of life.
Released: April 6, 2021
Released features this week: Traders can now add multiple versions of the same indicators to their charts, allowing a deeper analysis experience. We’ve also tidied up currency selection (such as your Portfolio currency) and implemented a new Global Currency Switcher. In the Chat, we’ve added a new option in the settings menu for URL unfurling and a User is typing notice in the Chat box.
Other updates include changes to some pages locations, such as removal and relocation (see “Other Updates” at the bottom).
Traders can now add multiple versions of the same indicators to their charts — for example, you can add one RSI indicator set to 14 periods and one set to 9 periods. Each indicator can be individually styled for more visual separation.
To add a new indicator of the same type, click the + button next to its name in the Analysis menu.
The Global Currency Switcher can be found by clicking the gear icon in the top right of all pages except the Charts page, where the fiat currency option in Chart Settings lives. This option replaces the currency selectors on Home, Assets, Exchanges and Portfolio. The currency you choose persists across these tools.
Changes to the Chat tool include:
- New “User is typing” to the text box area in Chat.
- New Chat setting to show/hide URL previews by default
- “Cryptowatch” logo in the top-left of the Charts page redirects to the homepage.
Released: March 16, 2021
Updates to the Portfolio page include Coinbase Pro support for the new Net Value Time Series (NVTS) tool and the re-introduction of the History Export features on Portfolio (Kraken and Coinbase trade history supported at this time).
On the Charts page, the Cryptowatch team added the ability to add alerts via the right-click context menus. Posting a link in the Chat now unfurls a preview of the URL.
Our last release saw the launch of the Net Value Time Series tool on the Portfolio page. This release includes added support for traders who have connected their Coinbase Pro accounts. Traders with Coinbase Pro and/or Kraken accounts connected to Cryptowatch can now see their Portfolio values on both exchanges plotted in the NVTS tool.
Traders can once again use the History Export feature to export trade history and ledger entries for the 2020 calendar year (Kraken and Coinbase history is supported). Keep in mind that a report does not indicate tax liability, and that consulting with an accountant is recommended whenever filing taxes.
Traders can now quickly add alerts by right-clicking at any level of the price chart or volume indicator. Right-clicking an existing alert removes it.
- Login with email now supported (web only)
- Descriptive error message when creating an account with an already-registered email address
- Removed some trade feed trade filtering for parity with Desktop
- Creating alerts disabled when out of Credits
Released: February 23, 2021
This week the Cryptowatch team issued a large update, including the new Net Value Time Series (NVTS) Portfolio visualization, pasting tweets to charts, customizable line styles (for analysis tools), and much more.
Information in the accounts page has been reordered and given improved functionality, the Volume Profile indicator now displays its loading status, traders entering the Chat can check nickname availability, and, finally, the Alerts panel has an improved UI as well as market links.
The Net Value Time Series (NVTS) Alpha version has been released — this new tool visualizes your Portfolio value over time, signals your best & worst performing assets, and displays your portfolio value as an OHLC bar. At this time the NVTS is only compatible with your Kraken portfolio/holdings.
The new My Portfolio: NVTS graph.
Cryptowatch traders can now paste tweets to the Charts page.
To paste a tweet:
- Copy the URL of the individual tweet you want to paste
- Flip to your Cryptowatch Charts page