Tapping on the total portfolio balance at the top of the portfolio screen automatically toggles through the different currencies of the portfolio. The currencies displayed will depend on which asset type you are viewing as well as some of your own settings.


Cryptocurrency Portfolios

Your cryptocurrency portfolio will alternate between these currencies as you tap the portfolio balance

  1. Local fiat currency

  2. Secondary fiat currency (if set up)

  3. BTC

  4. ETH

Non-Cryptocurrency Portfolios

Your stocks, ETFs, and other non-crypto portfolios will alternate between these currencies as you tap the portfolio balance

  1. Local fiat currency

  2. Secondary fiat currency (if set up)

How to set up local & secondary fiat currencies

It is really easy to set this up:

  1. Open the side menu by clicking on the hamburger icon or by swiping from the left of the screen

  2. Go into Settings by pressing the cog in the top right

  3. Tap on General

  4. You can set your local and secondary fiat currencies here

Replace BTC/ETH with quote currencies

Enabling this option will change the displayed coin prices in the portfolio to the currency of the selected pair when looking at your portfolio in BTC or ETH. When disabled, coin prices will be displayed in BTC or ETH when looking at your portfolio in BTC or ETH, respectively. The option only applies to crypto-only portfolios (excluding NFTs). You can cycle through these with the steps above.

To enable this, go into Settings -> View Options -> Replace BTC/ETH with quote currencies

PRO TIP: Currency settings apply to the whole app. If you open an asset detail screen (screen opened by tapping on a specific coin or asset), it will toggle between your default (local) fiat currency and the quote currency of the price source selected. For example, if you have Binance ETH/BTC as the price source for ETH, the screen for ETH will toggle between your local fiat currency and BTC when you tap the Market Value or Price.

PRO TIP 2: You can go into settings and remove the secondary fiat currency by pressing on "clear" in the top right. When cycling through the different currencies now, it will not include the secondary fiat currency.

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