Best Crypto Tools and Resources – My Personal Favorites





There are countless tools and resources available to buy, trade and secure cryptocurrency. I’ve experimented with many of them over the past three years, and as of now, these are my personal favorites when it comes to the best crypto tools and resources.

I’ve broken this video down into the tools I use on a daily basis, and what I think is necessary for most people in the space. If I missed any great crypto tools or resources, please let me know in the comments and I’m happy to take a look at them!

Crypto Markets:
CoinMarketCap – https://coinmarketcap.com/
OnChainFX – https://onchainfx.com/
Coinigy – https://cryptobobby.com/coinigy

Exchanges:
Coinbase – https://cryptobobby.com/coinbase ($10 free BTC if you don’t have an account yet)
GDAX – https://www.gdax.com
Bittrex – https://bittrex.com/
Binance – https://cryptobobby.com/binance
Etherdelta – https://etherdelta.com/

My favorite hardware wallet, the Ledger Nano S:
Amazon (faster shipping):
https://cryptobobby.com/ledger-amazon
Ledger (slower shipping, but cheaper): https://cryptobobby.com/ledger
… Trezor is also a reputable brand

Portfolio Tracking:
Blockfolio – https://www.blockfolio.com/
CoinTracking.info – https://cryptobobby.com/cointracking
Bitcoin.tax – https://cryptobobby.com/bitcointax

*Some of these links may be affiliate links, meaning if you click and purchase something, I may receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. I only recommend companies and products I personally use, and any commissions help to pay for content creation. Thanks! *

** This is not financial advice and these are simply my own opinions, as such, this should not be treated as explicit financial, trading or otherwise investment advice. This is not explicit advice to buy these cryptos, do you own research.**

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  1. Crypto Bobby
    Crypto Bobby says:

    If I missed any tools/resources or if you have suggestions you think are better, let me know.. Links below (and in the description) to all my favorites:

    Crypto Markets:
    CoinMarketCap – https://coinmarketcap.com/
    OnChainFX – https://onchainfx.com/
    Coinigy – https://cryptobobby.com/coinigy

    Exchanges:
    Coinbase – https://cryptobobby.com/coinbase ($10 free BTC if you don’t have an account yet)
    GDAX – https://www.gdax.com
    Bittrex – https://bittrex.com/
    Binance – https://cryptobobby.com/binance
    Etherdelta – https://etherdelta.com/

    My favorite hardware wallet, the Ledger Nano S:
    Amazon (faster shipping):
    https://cryptobobby.com/ledger-amazon
    Ledger (slower shipping, but cheaper): https://cryptobobby.com/ledger
    … Trezor is also a reputable brand

    Portfolio Tracking:
    Blockfolio – https://www.blockfolio.com/
    CoinTracking.infohttps://cryptobobby.com/cointracking
    Bitcoin.taxhttps://cryptobobby.com/bitcointax

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  2. Eric Brooks
    Eric Brooks says:

    Two more:

    First, a coin listing that I switched to (after I learned that CoinMarketCap is run by the BCash gang) is BitInfoCharts. It is very simple and easy to use for basic info, and is at https://bitinfocharts.com/cryptocurrency-exchange-rates (Note: For some reason this charts page does not list Nano/XRB.)

    Second, a really easy to use resource to look up each individual coin's basic stats is DigitalCoinPrice. The following link is for Bitcoin. Just use the search box near the top of the page to go to the basic info for any other coin. https://digitalcoinprice.com/coins/bitcoin

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  3. ordny1
    ordny1 says:

    do you know of another wallet that would accept more crypto coins, i have many other coins on multiple exchanges, it seems pointless to move half of my coins to a wallet and leave the rest on the exchange

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  4. Dreamingrightnow
    Dreamingrightnow says:

    Thanks for yet another informative and concise vid. I'm kinda confused about the USD wallet though. I've only made three transactions so far on CB and have been using a linked bank account directly to buy BTC and LTC. Is it better to use USD wallet than the way I do it? Also, if you're using CB's built in wallet can you access it (and USD wallet) through gdax?

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  5. David J. Tillyer
    David J. Tillyer says:

    What is the Best platform that I can trade ALL of the Crypto on? I currently use Gdax but that only allows me to trade 3 and only in Euro and GBP. What platform would you suggest and have you done a video on that?

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  6. ZiMRA
    ZiMRA says:

    blockfolio….. wow … installed it looked awsome… after 30sec of use itsaid im minus 27dollars on my portfolio … without me doing anything or putting money in or selling….. sooooooooooooooo idunno if its software glich or error but seems like a scam im not gonna put money into something that suppozedly things i OW it money after 30 sec lel

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  7. Scott Liddi
    Scott Liddi says:

    hey bobby, I'm new to crypto and really learning a lot from you, so thanks! Is there a youtube demonstrating how to withdraw and store crypto onto a Ledger Nano S from an exchange? Thanks!

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  8. M G
    M G says:

    Can you take your wallet on an exchange and move it easily to your hardware wallet (ledger nano or trezor)? Say, from coinbase. Thank you.

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  9. Chris Go
    Chris Go says:

    I feel you are less secure spreading out your personal information on all these sites. For most people just use GDAX/Ledger (HODL) and track the basics with a calculator manually. Way less surface to get hacked.

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