We’ve heard you. You don’t like typing all your transactions manually in your cryptocurrency app as you are trading. That time has ended… or almost 😅
Crypto ladies and gentlemen, while you still can add manual transaction on Moonitor (because I hope you don’t keep all of your assets at exchanges…), you can now use your exchange API key to import automatically your online balance!

How to use your exchange API key?

Before going forward, one important rule is to ALWAYS create a read-only API key when using that key in whatever app/website/third-party. Never use an API key that has trading or withdrawal permissions unless the app need it AND you know what you are freaking doing.

Step 0.5: Create your happy API key from your favorite exchange for your favorite cryptocurrency app

Head over your exchange and create an API key, and don’t forget that your only need the read-only mode with Moonitor!

Step 1: Enter your exchange API key

Once you have create your API key in read-only mode, go to Preferences > Exchanges API Key (beta).

cryptocurrency app exchange api key

Step 2: Check it works

cryptocurrency app exchange api key

… and you are done! 😅

In version 0.4.x the API key feature is still in beta. From the exchanges API there is no way to tell how much you invested in at first (that’s why cost/proceed is empty… for now!). We might add manual typing of the cost, and think about other way. If you have any idea about this, or any feature in mind that you want to see in a cryptocurrency app on Desktop, don’t hesitate to drop a comment bellow!

psst, there is finally a desktop app for cryptocurrency…

It’s Moonitor

Moonitor tracks your CryptoCurrencies Portfolio value in real-time in an elegant and user-friendly Desktop App.
The app is compatible with macOS, Windows and Linux.

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  1. Hello,
    Can I add multiple Binance accounts for portfolio tracking or only one? I have multiple suba-accounts, which are acting as “normal” once.


    1. For now it’s only 1 binance account, but I don’t that it would be hard to implement it in the future. I’ll note that in my idea list 👍

  2. Thanks a lot for the prompt reply. I keep Moonitor on my radar. Maybe I will buy a license to support the (multi-account) implementation :-).


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