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July 07, 2018, 05:10:02 AM
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Hi! I'm just want to know how to make a portfolio so that I can go for an exchange. I have get my coins from a bounty campaign and there are many exchange that are available for it and I want to go for now. What to do? How can I make a portfolio ? Is portfolio really needed or if you just want to have one? Thanks in advance.
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July 07, 2018, 05:22:27 AM
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Making a portfolio of cryptocurrencies and getting involved in bounty campaigns are two different things.

Bounty campaigns are mostly worthless. The promise an opportunity to get rich by getting in early but nearly all of the initial coin offerings never carry any value. If these ICOs had a utility value or purpose to a community of people their developers wouldn't need to give them away for free.

A portfolio of cryptocurrencies is acquired by buying various cryptocurrencies, which ever coins you want! Now, if you want to talk about that, I'd be happy to...just let me know.

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July 07, 2018, 06:44:31 AM
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Topic: How to make a portfolio?

Well, you simply buy and invest in coins/tokens. That's pretty much it. Having a cryptocurrency investment portfolio is simply just having some coins/tokens and having a sort of list on how much you bought the certain coins/tokens and what value percentage do these certain coins/tokens take out of the whole portfolio.

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July 07, 2018, 01:30:21 PM
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For traders who want to be successful again and again, one of the most important keys is discipline. You need a plan and you need to build a portfolio that allows you to diversify your risks. i using cryptocompare   to create a well-balanced portfolio that’s tailored towards your timeframe, your risks, and your availability. It considers long term, medium term and short term time windows for creating a diverse portfolio. Long term coins are ones with potential in the more distant future, while medium term coins are coins with huge potentials within next few days, weeks, and months. Short term coins are for swing trading to gain quick profits.

in site cryptocompare you can see what is others portfolio and try to copy or make something like that
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July 07, 2018, 01:54:12 PM
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Hi! I'm just want to know how to make a portfolio so that I can go for an exchange. I have get my coins from a bounty campaign and there are many exchange that are available for it and I want to go for now. What to do? How can I make a portfolio ? Is portfolio really needed or if you just want to have one? Thanks in advance.

Since I assume that not all the coins you received in the bounty programs you participated in have any good worth, I think it's best for you to sell the coins which you think has no potential and use the funds to invest in the good ones  Invest on currencies with a solid background. Install a portfolio tracker like the ones suggested by the other person above.
Here's a good article to read: https://coincentral.com/how-to-build-a-proper-cryptocurrency-trading-portfolio/
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July 07, 2018, 03:58:19 PM
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People make portfolio from coins to diversify their money but you don't really need to make a portfolio if you are sure you will make the profit you want with only one coin but that's difficult as you guess, so portfolios are usually good.

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July 07, 2018, 08:59:11 PM
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Hi! I'm just want to know how to make a portfolio so that I can go for an exchange. I have get my coins from a bounty campaign and there are many exchange that are available for it and I want to go for now. What to do? How can I make a portfolio ? Is portfolio really needed or if you just want to have one? Thanks in advance.


Not sure if you know the actual meaning of ''portfolio''
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Is portfolio really needed or if you just want to have one?
if they are erc20 tokens just put them in myetherwallet or whatever Ethereum wallet you use, if you want to sell them just go on the exchange with the most volume.

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July 07, 2018, 10:47:43 PM
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Well a portfolio is basically all of your coins or tokens. Tracking your portfolio would be with what people are recommending you Blockfolio or Delta app. But in general your portfolio is all the coins or tokens that you own, could even take into account if you own fiat Tongue
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July 08, 2018, 02:59:21 AM
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the purpose of a portfolio is to use it when you are diversifying in your investment. and that is done to achieve two things: 1. reducing the risks 2. maximizing the profit at the same time.
but when you are buying altcoins and tokens you are not (1) reducing the risk, in fact you are increasing it by a lot since altcoins have smaller markets and are manipulated a lot more. and being a pump and dump in the long run doesn't bode well for you either. and you are not (2) maximizing your profit either. in fact you are reducing it and possibly even end up in a big loss.  altcoins in long run usually go down and even if they go up they won't be able to go up as high as bitcoin does.

this is why altcoins are considered good short term investment and bad long term ones.

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July 08, 2018, 05:25:37 AM
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Well, cryptocompare is really great. But it's portfolio page doesn't allow for withdrawals/deposits/transfers. Only trades. And it also doesn't let you import data directly from the exchanges. Which is unfortunate because I really like cryptocompare and use its forums.
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July 08, 2018, 03:13:22 PM
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Make a selection of the coins you wish to hold and get an objective with a time frame on the number of months or days you will be holding those coins. Then diversify with percentage of the allocation you wish for each coin .
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July 08, 2018, 10:53:28 PM
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OP seems to misunderstood the meaning of portfolio Wink
for cypto users, portfolio consists of different crypto coins and tokens

What is a 'Portfolio'
A portfolio is a grouping of financial assets such as stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies and cash equivalents, as well as their fund counterparts, including mutual, exchange-traded and closed funds.

what's the purpose and how to keep track your portfolio has been explained in the previous posts
you can make your own portfolio by buying and holding several crypto currency
you can easily keep track of your portfolio by using apps/services for such thing like Blockfolio

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July 10, 2018, 11:50:43 AM
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Hi! I'm just want to know how to make a portfolio so that I can go for an exchange. I have get my coins from a bounty campaign and there are many exchange that are available for it and I want to go for now. What to do? How can I make a portfolio ? Is portfolio really needed or if you just want to have one? Thanks in advance.


There have been a number of answers on what a portfolio is earlier in this thread.  The most important thing to think about in a cryptocurrency portfolio is diversification. Diversification in a crypto-portfolio can be done by investing in different cryptocurrency categories. There are several different ways to categorize cryptocurrencies, but one way is the following: (i) currencies (BTC, LTC, etc.), (ii) platforms (ETH, NEO, QTUM, etc.), (iii) supply-chain (WTC, MOD, etc.), (iv) privacy-focused (XMR, ZEC, XVG, etc.) and (v) blockchain-agnostic (ARK, LINK, etc.).

However, diversification in a crypto-portfolio is more commonly used synonymous with “investing in many different cryptocurrencies”. The reasoning is that if you put all of your funds in one single crypto currency, you take bigger risks, as it is more likely that one single crypto currency goes belly-up and loses all of its value, than it is likely that 15-20 coins do it at the same time.

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July 10, 2018, 12:04:54 PM
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Making a portfolio of cryptocurrencies and getting involved in bounty campaigns are two different things.

Bounty campaigns are mostly worthless. The promise an opportunity to get rich by getting in early but nearly all of the initial coin offerings never carry any value. If these ICOs had a utility value or purpose to a community of people their developers wouldn't need to give them away for free.

A portfolio of cryptocurrencies is acquired by buying various cryptocurrencies, which ever coins you want! Now, if you want to talk about that, I'd be happy to...just let me know.

Good luck!

Do I need to make a portfolio to trade my tokens?
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July 10, 2018, 05:12:48 PM
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Allocate 50% of your funds into an ICO that has a good future and will give you a bounus on purchase, and the rest 50% of the funds on bitcoins, ethereum and Neo. With this portfolio if left for a year and the ICO become a successful with the appreciation of bitcoin ,ethereum or Neo, you will be able to make good returns.

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July 10, 2018, 06:18:41 PM
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If you are talking about tokens coming from a recently launched bounty campaign chances are all the tokens you will be managing won't be available in one exchange. So relying on their included portfolios (several of them) would be confusing that is why using a 3rd party cryptocurrency management app/website is the best for you as all your holdings will just be in one portfolio. A lot of people have mentioned the apps Delta and Blockfolio. But if you just want a website Cryptopanic also works well.

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July 10, 2018, 06:49:24 PM
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Making a portfolio of cryptocurrencies and getting involved in bounty campaigns are two different things.

Bounty campaigns are mostly worthless. The promise an opportunity to get rich by getting in early but nearly all of the initial coin offerings never carry any value. If these ICOs had a utility value or purpose to a community of people their developers wouldn't need to give them away for free.

A portfolio of cryptocurrencies is acquired by buying various cryptocurrencies, which ever coins you want! Now, if you want to talk about that, I'd be happy to...just let me know.

Good luck!
Create your own portfolio of coins is nothing but control of your condition or account.  When you create a portfolio, you will be engaged in trading through the exchange in any case. The creation of a portfolio and participation in companies bounty is not related things. Receiving tokens from bounty companies you have the right to sell them immediately and buy tokens that are really valued in the market, so basically in the portfolio collect those tokens that are in your debt and not in everyday trade. Once again, I say portfolio is just your convenience for the control over your account.

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July 10, 2018, 06:59:34 PM
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Topic: How to make a portfolio?
Well, you simply buy and invest in coins/tokens. That's pretty much it.
Agree, author of topic confuses two things.
It similiar to traditional stocks portfolio.

You would need to read more about investing in crypto, its not that easy as it seems even when you start your first gains, could be random.

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July 10, 2018, 07:05:57 PM
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Well a portfolio is basically all of your coins or tokens.portfolio is to use it when you are diversifying in your investment. and that is done to achieve two things: 1. reducing the risks 2. maximizing the profit at the same time.
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I think I will start my portfolio participating in airdrops and then selling for ethereum. Bitcoin is too expensive although is very know and good.
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