Given that there are a number of cryptocurrency portfolio apps currently on the market, including some with millions of users, its important for new entrants to try to stand out with unique features.
This appears to have been the approach with the new LUKRUM portfolio tracker app, developed by Kepler Technologies GmbH, a privately held software company registered in Steinhausen, Switzerland.
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First launched in April of 2018 as a barebones portfolio app, the LURKUM app has grown to include a number of unique features, including cross-portfolio analysis, historical asset allocation and notable visualizations that aid investors in tracking their holding. LUKRUM currently supports all major exchanges and more than 2,000 cryptocurrencies.
Portfolio analytics looks to be an integral element of LUKRUM, with features that allow users to evaluate the performance of their assets and track them over time versus the broader market. This approach allows investors to make more accurate assessments of their holdings, given the relative performance of the larger market.
Kepler Technologies notes that LUKRUM will launch for Android in early 2019. As depicted in its marketing material, it looks like LUKRUM will also be available on the Apple iWatch with a sleek interface, allowing for quick portfolio referencing on the go.
For the new portfolio app to make a splash, it will need to out-innovate both Delta and Blockfolio, the current leaders in the industry.
More: Kepler Technologies Launches LUKRUM with Advanced Tools for Streamlined Crypto Asset Management
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