The crypto market being a bit bearish didn't prevent us to add many new features to Bitfolio in the last few months.


Something we are very proud of, it's the complete removal of ads, making Bitfolio the most privacy friendly crypto app in the App Store.


With no account required, no tracking and no personal data collection, there is no reason not to use Bitfolio to monitor your investments. 🚀


What's new

Here is a quick recap of all the new features added in the past few months: Quick search and Watchlist Search a coin directly from the dashboard, check its details and add it to the watchlist. The watchlist is a quick way of keeping an eye on all the cryptocurrencies you are interested in and gathering informations on a coin without having to specify an exchange. Connect wallets Connect multiple wallets and monitor their balance directly on the Bitfolio dashboard. Exchanges open orders Bitfolio now supports more than 100 exchanges and there is an improved exchange screen with ability to view your open orders. Customize coin colors It's now possible to customize coin colors, so if you don't like the standard orange BTC or violet ETH, you can choose your own and it will be reflected everywhere in the app. List view If you prefer a more compact view, it's now possible to change the default card view to a list. Choose what's included in the overview Having an overview of all your belongings is great, but sometimes you might want to exclude something from it, and now you can.


What's coming

A better portfolio view with more stats, charts and informations on your assets is in the works.


Expanding our news section is coming soon, you will be able to chose multiple sources and have more options to personalize how you stay up to date with the crypto world.


We have a lot of features in the pipeline and we are starting to work on our next major version. Something big is coming.


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When I wrote the last update in December, the crypto world was ecstatic due to Bitcoin returning to its ATH. At the time, BTC was at 19k and ETH at 588 US dollars. Three months later and well.. BTC smashed it ATH, ETH is hovering around 1.7k and many coins are having an amazing run: BNB, DOT, DOGE! 🚀


What's new

From our side, we have added various new features in this last few months, here is a quick recap of them: Top coins widget If you are on iOS 14, now you can keep an eye on the top coins list directly from you Home Screen. Redesigned asset details screen When tapping an asset in a portfolio, it's now possible to understand better how much money you are making (or losing). The historical profit chart can also help you understand your investment over time. New transaction details screen We have introduced a new detail screen for transactions. It is great to understand how much profit (or loss!) you are making from each transaction. We have also added support to more exchanges and added the ability to import portfolios from the Exodus wallet.


What's coming

A new watch list for coins with a new coin detail page will arrive next. You will be able to add all the coins you want to your watch list, monitor and stay up to date. Next we will focus on an improved portfolio screen, with more charts and more stats, to make it easier to understand where are you making or losing money. More features are also in the pipeline, an improved news experience, better exchange support including trades and staking and few other exciting stuff.


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Starting from Bitfolio iOS version 4.4.0, it is possible to import your Exodus transactions.


If you are looking to import transaction in the Bitfolio file format, please follow these instructions.


Follow these simple steps to export transactions from Exodus:

  1. Open Exodus on your laptop

  2. Click on the History icon on the top right

  3. Click "Export all transactions"

A CSV File will be created and saved on your Desktop.


For detailed informations refer to this article: https://support.exodus.io/article/77-how-do-i-export-my-transaction-history


To import the transactions in Bitfolio, you have to transfer the exported CSV file to your device's Files app.

There are numerous ways to do it, here are few:

  1. Airdrop the file to your device

  2. Copy the file to iCloud

  3. Email the file to yourself, then open it on your device and save it to Files

Once the file is on your device, make sure you have Bitfolio 4.4.0 installed from the App Store and follow these steps to import your exodus transactions:

  1. In Bitfolio, select or create a new portfolio

  2. Tap on the "Add" button

  3. Tap on "Import transactions"

  4. Select "Exodus file format"

  5. The Files app will open, select the CSV file you transferred above

Bitfolio will import all the transactions and save them in the selected portfolio.
























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