You can now track a portfolio of cryptocurrency holdings on global investment portal investing.com.
The site has long been a popular source of information on financial markets, across traditional asset classes such as global stock indexes, currency pairs and government bond yields.
And perhaps as an indicator that digital currencies have moved into mainstream finance, the site now includes exchange rates for the world’s largest cryptos.
On the right hand side of the home page next to the daily headlines, there’s a table which summarises the indexes of four different asset classes.
The default version looks like this (due to the homepage layout, there’s only room to choose four tabs):
Key global indexes, commodities, foreign exchange, and bonds. All pretty standard.
Click on the tabs selection though, and there’s a new option recently added to the list:
Once you’ve added crypto to the portfolio, you’ll get the US dollar conversion rates for the world’s major cryptocurrencies:
There’s also currency conversion rates for Bitcoin and Ethereum against the euro, and a Bitcoin/Bitcoin Cash pair.
Aside from the summary page, the site also allows you to manually create your own portfolio of crypto conversions.
There’s exchange rates for most of the major fiat currencies, as well as the conversion rates of each cryptocurrency with Bitcoin and Ethereum.
As an example, here’s a manual list of the top-10 cryptos by market capitalisation, with their exchange rates against the US dollar: