Watch your cryptoportfolio in a console
$ gem install capwatch $ capwatch
Don’t forget to edit
~/.capwatch with a number of cryptocurrencies you hold.
If you want to store the configuration of the fund remotely, please do so by creating a file
It will automatically be read in priority to the local one. The file should just contain the URL which will yield fund.
$ cat ~/.capwatch.remote http://yourhost.com/fund.json
You can select which currency to use but editing the
"currency": "USD" line in the fund. (default: USD)
$ capwatch -a
Will show you the top 100 currencies sorted by market capitalization
$ capwatch -w
You can watch you portfolio in real time by added the
$ capwatch --anybar
Also please install this fork of Anybar, works currently only on macOS
If you want to get portfolio notifications on demand into your telegram, you’ll need:
Start capwatch with the bot
token in hand
$capwatch -e <bot_token>
Currently, Capwatch supports only two commands
/watch- shows the entire portfolio
/cap- shows only the footer of the portfolio, e.g. summaries
Remember to start it on a server in a tmux window or as a daemon.