Introducing BitUniverse’s Wallet Imports, Pie Chart & Coin Market Cap

As ever it’s been a real busy time for us at BitUniverse. We’ve been keeping an eye on our Feature Requests and Telegram Chat over the past couple of months and we’ve added some real neat features that you guys voted for. It’s been a while since I last got a chance to show off what we’ve been doing, so here are just a few of the things we added to make your crypto life just a little bit easier.


Using it is simple, go to your Portfolio tab -> tap the + in the top right -> select Auto import from wallet. From here you can enter your wallet address by pasting it in or scanning a QR code, and after a short moment all the assets in that wallet will be listed in your portfolio page.

This feature is great if you’ve been keeping a bunch of assets in an offline wallet and don’t want to go through the hassle of adding them all into your tracker manually. Plus, a couple of our beta testers uncovered some coins in their wallets that they’d completely forgotten about. Who knows what you’ll find in your own wallets?


The market cap for a particular coin is a great indicator for much demand a coin has, which can be a huge factor to consider when you’re buying or selling. We’ve added our own market cap column in the Watchlist so that you can have cap, price, and ranking information all in one place.

Some people have asked us why our cap prices are slightly different from those listed on other apps. Well, it’s simple. While other apps grab their data from third party sources, BitUniverse calculates market cap by itself, using the 170+ exchanges that we currently support. This gives us a more accurate estimation of the true market cap.



Until that day comes though, we’ve added a new feature that will just hide these coins away from you until they hit a certain price that makes them relevant again.



If you’d prefer to see something else entirely though, be sure to head over to our feedback website where you can vote or suggest what YOU would like to see in BitUniverse. And if you’re not on the BU train yet, head over to to download and get started.