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You own a lot different cryptocurrencies and you’re sick of losing track of prices and your amounts?
Well, then the following simple dashboard could be and interesting solution for your problem.
It features the coinmarketcap API and lets you easily organize your cryptocurrencies!
Simply navigate to: https://www.mrojek.com/crypto-dashboard.html and proceed by adding your cryptos. The url can be exported afterwards and that’s how you can start keeping track of your cryptos. Simple save that url or send it to your mail or whatever.
If you feel comfortable you can already pass the cryptocurrencies and amounts in the url. For example for 10 bitcoins and an investment of 8000.10 $ you simply write: https://www.mrojek.com/crypto-dashboard.html?bitcoin=10.0&allin=8000.10
An url for a longer crypto-portfolio can be found in the following example:
Ever wondered how to get a chance to look at your 500px Statistics without having to buy an awesome or plus upgrade? So check this out!
500px is great for browsing through profiles and photographs. But the really interesting parts are the statistics of the accounts. Normally you’re only able to see your statistics with an awesome- or plus-account. But I created an statistics tool with the help of the 500px-API which displays your average pulse, times viewed, votes count, comments count, highest rating and even how many times a photograph has been licensed.
So if you ever wanted to check the statistics of your 500px-account click on the following link: