Keyless wallet maker ZenGo launches in-app tracking for crypto portfolios

By: Jonah Keri
Jonah Keri
Jonah Keri is a trader and analyst who spent 11 years at Investor's Business Daily covering the markets. He… read more.
on Sep 24, 2020
  • ZenGo adds portfolio tracking to its suite of offerings.
  • The company hopes to become a one-stop shop for crypto investors.
  • ZenGo users can also buy, earn, store, trade, and stake crypto directly within the wallet.

Crypto wallet provider ZenGo expanded its offerings, adding a feature that lets users track their crypto portfolios right on the app.

ZenGo has made its name as one of the most user-friendly crypto wallet makers. It enables users to buy crypto, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other leading cryptocurrencies. It also lets users stake, earn, trade, and store a variety of different cryptocurrencies.

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As we wrote on this site in July, ZenGo conducts far-reaching market research on the crypto wallet market. That research can alert users to potential security risks and other crypto-related issues.

ZenGo’s biggest differentiator is that it allows users to manage assets without the need for private keys, passwords, or KYC information.

ZenGo adds Historical Charts to help users’ crypto portfolios

Rather than merely serving as a holding place for crypto, ZenGo also enables users to swap crypto, and to earn free crypto through various ways in the app.

This week, ZenGo added its new Historical Charts feature to its suite of capabilities for crypto portfolios. That way, users can track the performance of their crypto holdings without needing to constantly click for updates on exchanges and crypto news sites. By offering Historical Charts to go with its other features, ZenGo holds to encourage users to use its wallet as a one-stop shop for making their crypto investing decisions.

The company hopes that Historical Charts will complement some of the wallet’s income-generating features, as a way to defray high crypto transaction fees. ZenGo users can put their coins in a savings account to earn interest from within the app. They can also earn through ZenGo’s referral program. That referral program allows users to make passive income by earning 50% of ZenGo’s commission on purchases made by their invitees.

These features highlight an approach by ZenGo and some other crypto wallet makers to offer investors more control over their crypto investments. As the price movement of top cryptocurrencies attracts new investors, ZenGo is aiming to reap the benefits of rising crypto adoption.

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