41 most useful crypto tools for every investor

Your crypto investment decisions are only as sound as the quality of the information or tools you use to form your opinions.

In this post, you’ll discover the best crypto tools that can help you make more informed decisions and navigate the market like a pro.

Brace yourself, it’s a long list.

Top 41 best crypto tools

Here’re the best crypto tools that every cryptocurrency investor or trader should know about.

1. CoinMarketCap

CoinMarketCap (CMC) is the most popular crypto market data aggregator that lists and tracks all known cryptocurrencies.

The site provides you with comprehensive information on every cryptocurrency, including live price feed, volume, supply, etc.

CMC is more than just a crypto data aggregator though.

Other products the project provides include a crypto jobs board, news, calendars, airdrops, learn and earn and other promotional campaigns.

CMC is just one of the many reputable crypto market data aggregators out there that you can use to track the entire crypto market and learn about specific coins or tokens.

2. CoinMarketCal

I bet you’ve heard of the “buy the rumour, sell the news” crypto trading strategy. CoinMarketCal can help you pull it off fairly well.

It’s the most popular crypto calendar platform that maintains a list of all the past, current, and upcoming events by different projects.

CoinMarketCal will help you stay informed about what’s happening in the crypto market and never miss any important announcements from your favourite projects.

Other popular crypto calendar tools providing similar services are Coindar and Coins Calendar.

3. Crypto Logos

Crypto Logos provides you with high-quality logos of thousands of cryptocurrency projects in PNG and SVG formats.

These logos are absolutely free to download and are of the latest and best quality.

I no longer waste time searching the internet for high-quality logos files of the projects I write about, thanks to this site.

4. CoinTool

CoinTool is a hive of crypto resources and tools that allows you to do so many things.

The site provides you with tools to create tokens on several chains, send tokens in batches or to multiple recipients, create and mint NFTs, run a presale, etc.

It’s a one-stop-shop crypto tools platform.

I used CoinTools to create the DMAX reflection token for DegenMaxi and it works great.


KYCnot.me is a site that lists all cryptocurrency exchanges and services that do not require KYC.

These platforms allow you to trade, use or spend your crypto privately or anonymously.

6. DeepDAO

If you’re looking for information on decentralised autonomous organisation (DAO) projects and their governance tokens, DeepDAO got you covered.

The site lists, ranks, and analyses the top DAOs across multiple chains based on several metrics such as treasury balance, number of token holders, active members, proposals, votes, etc.

DeepDAO collects and organizes a variety of quantitative and qualitative data about DAOs, and presents it to you in an interactive dashboard.

Thus helping you dig into the inner workings of DAOs, and explore proposals, voting patterns, decentralisation levels, member activity, growth, etc.

7. Dune Analytics

Dune Analytics is an advanced and free crypto analytics tool, created by and for the community.

The platform allows you to explore, create and share crypto analytics for hundreds of projects.

Dune is a more technical tool and requires you to have a good understanding of queries, visualizations, and dashboards to use it effectively.

8. Nansen

Nansen is a premium tool that claims to help you identify trading and investment opportunities before everyone else.

The tool analyses and labels over 100 million Ethereum wallet addresses and their activity so that you can:

  1. See where funds are moving to, identify new projects or tokens, and trace transactions down to the most granular level.
  2. Make informed decisions before you invest in a new crypto project or token.
  3. Create Smart Alerts and track when and where a wallet address has been moving its funds (follow the money).
  4. Analyze the real-time behaviour of the largest crypto investors.

The platform has a 7-day trial period that costs $9.

If you have tried it out and want to continue using the tool, you can switch to any of the 3 subscription plans that they have:

  1. Standard. This costs $149 monthly, $359 quarterly, and $1,068 yearly
  2. VIP. This costs $1,490 monthly, $3,597  quarterly, $10,788 yearly.
  3. Alpha. This costs $2,999 monthly, $7,197 quarterly, $21,588 yearly.

You’ll need to have a significant portfolio size to make subscribing to a Nansen plan worth the cost.

9. Token Terminal

Token Terminal gives you the tools to evaluate and track the most promising crypto projects.

The platform can help you derive the total revenue of the top chains and popular protocols, calculate the price to sales (P/S) and price-to-earnings ratio for each protocol, etc.

Furthermore, Token Terminal provides comprehensive data on specific markets such as exchanges, lending, DeFi, and dozens of individual projects.

10. WhatsCoin

WhatsCoin is a professional and sophisticated on-chain crypto and NFTs data analysis website which currently tracks over 100 million wallet addresses.

Their analysis shows you the on-chain trends and movement of smart money, their profit range, profit times, current holdings, etc.

The platform also maintains a list of the latest free-minting NFT projects sorted by the level of users’ interests or FOMO (fear of missing out).

11. CryptoPanic

CryptoPanic is a news aggregator platform that curates news from different sources instantly as they’re being published.

When I want to know the latest news and happenings in crypto, I visit CryptoPanic. It’s my primary source of crypto news.

12. Crypto Fear and Greed Index

Gain insight into the current global market sentiment in crypto with the Crypto Fear and Greed Index.

This tool analyses emotions and sentiments from different sources and crunches them into one simple number from 0 to 100.

Numbers closer to 0 indicate extreme fear or fear; while numbers closer to 100 indicate extreme greed or greed.

Extreme fear could be a good buying opportunity and extreme greed could mean that it’s time to book some profit and expect a correction.

But know that it doesn’t always work that way, and you should not use it as financial advice.

13. The Halving

Find out everything you need to know about the Bitcoin halving and when the next one will happen on The Halving.

14. Cryptologi.st

Cryptologi.st provides general data charts and detailed analysis of the top 1500 cryptocurrencies.

Furthermore, the site lets you create a watchlist of your favourite cryptocurrencies to track your portfolio in real-time.

15. DefiLlama

DefiLlama is a data analysis platform that lists and ranks popular DeFi protocols and chains based on their total value locked (TVL).

The site does more than rank popular chains and protocols based on TVL though.

It also maintains a list of projects that do not yet have their own token but may launch one in the future and airdrop to early adopters or users.

You can filter the lists to show you the TVL ranking of all supported chains, specific DeFi subsectors, specific protocol categories, etc.

This is one crypto tool you’ll find yourself using very often to discover the latest and best DeFi projects on all chains.

16. DeFi Pulse

DeFi Pulse is a site that tracks and ranks popular DeFi protocols across all chains based on TVL.

The platform tracks and ranks 20 different categories of DeFi protocols such as wallets, stablecoins, lending and trading platforms, etc.

17. DeFi Yield

DeFiYield allows you to connect your wallet and view your total crypto and NFT net worth across dozens of chains.

This includes tracking all your wallet balances, staked amounts, and assets you have in liquidity pools, lending and other DeFi protocols across all chains to provide you with unique insights into your investments.

Furthermore, the platform scans your wallet to warn you of any risky dApps you’re connected to and gives you the option to revoke their approvals.

18. DeFi Yield

DeFi Yield is a different website but owned by the same company as the above.

The site provides you with simple tools that allow you to:

  • check where you have previously approved or connected your wallet to a smart contract or protocol.
  • get detailed information about a specific timelock contract.
  • calculate and estimate the potential impermanent loss you will suffer if you provide liquidity into a specific liquidity pool.
  • cancel a pending or stuck transaction on the Ethereum chain.
  • track your gas spending, and see how much you have spent on gas fees.
  • Check and compare smart contracts in order to analyse a pool’s safety.

This tool only supports the Ethereum blockchain.

19. LoanScan

LoanScan LoanScan is a platform that lists the most popular decentralised and centralised crypto lending platforms, the coins you can lend on them, and their respective interest rates.

The site seems to support only the lending protocols on Ethereum and some centralised platforms.

20. DeBank

DeBank is a DeFi tool that allows you to connect your wallet to the site and track your entire portfolio across all chains and DeFi protocols.

The site also ranks all popular DeFi protocols based on the number of user deposits, number of investors, and genesis or launch date.

DeBank has a mobile app with a web3 messaging feature launching soon. You may want to check it out.

21. King DeFi

King DeFi is a DeFi analytics tool that provides you with comprehensive data on popular protocols across BSC, Solana, Polygon, Avalanche, and Arora networks.

This tool helps you:

  • measure the TVL on the various chains and DeFi protocols.
  • discover the top 5 projects on each chain or category.
  • find the top yield farms or pools ranked based on APY and TVL.

22. APY.vision

APY.vision is an all-in-one liquidity pool analytics, and yield farming rewards tracking tool that helps you:

  • find the most profitable liquidity pools,
  • calculate liquidity pool performance, impermanent losses, and
  • track your yield farming rewards on different protocols across multiple chains.

23. Farm Hunter (BSC)

Whenever you’re looking for a farm to degen into on Avalanche, BSC, Fantom, and Polygon, check out Farm Hunter.

The site lists all the farms and staking pools across popular protocols on support chains and ranks them based on their daily or yearly APR and TVL.

You can filter the list by single token or LP farms and rank them based on APR or TVL accordingly to find exactly what you’re looking for.

24. Croco Finance

Croco Finance is a simple tool for Uniswap v3 liquidity providers which lets you:

  • track the amount of transaction fee rewards you every day.
  • calculate impermanent loss and see how your position is performing compared to just holding the deposited tokens.
  • simulate the value of your position based on hypothetical prices of the tokens.

Just copy and paste your wallet address on the website to see all this information.

25. Yield Farming Tools

Yield Farming Tools is an Ethereum-based tool that allows you to connect your wallet and view your yield farming portfolio across different protocols.

You can also find some of the best yield farming opportunities ranked based on APR on the pools page.

26. Pools.fyi

Pools.fyi lists and ranks the top 10 liquidity pools on the most popular Ethereum DEXes based on liquidity, 24-hour trading volume, and ROI over the past 30 days.

The site currently only lists pools from Balancer, Curve, Mooniswap, Sushiswap, and Uniswap.

27. TradingView

TradingView is a professional charting tool and social network for both traditional and cryptocurrency market traders and investors.

28. BSCheck

BSCheck is a site that allows you to paste a smart contract address to check if it could be a scam or not.

However, it does not promise any guarantees. A contract can pass the tool’s test and still turn out to be a scam.

So, it definitely can’t replace doing your own research.

29. Honeypot detector (BSC)

The Honeypot Detector tool is a site that allows you to paste a token’s contract address to check whether it can be bought and sold freely.

The tool currently only supports the BSC and Ethereum networks respectively and tokens listed on PancakeSwap and Uniswap respectively.

This can help you avoid tokens that you can only buy but not sell on the major DEXes.

30. UnRekt

UnRekt is a smart contract allowance checker that allows you to connect your wallet to find and remove all contracts or protocols that are approved to spend your tokens across supported chains.

The tool currently supports Ethereum, BSC, Avalanche, Fantom, Polygon, Heco, Cronos, Moonbeam, and Dogechain

31. BSC Allowance by Beefy

Beefy Finance’s BSC Allowance tool works in the same way as UnRekt above.

It helps you find and revoke all the contract addresses that you have previously authorised to spend your tokens on BSC.

The good thing with Beefy’s tool is that it allows you to revoke all instead of doing it one by one.

However, you have to manually sign all ‘revoke transactions’ with your wallet individually.

32. Cancel Ethereum Transactions

Cancel Ethereum Transactions is a web application that you can use to cancel or speed up a transaction on the Ethereum chain.

33. PooCoin

PooCoin is an advanced charting tool for BSC tokens that also allows you to connect your wallet and see all the known and unknown tokens in it.

You can also search for specific token names or contract addresses to view its charts, trade, or even discover other crypto tools.

Poocoin is free to use, but some of its features are premium, requiring you to hold some amount of POOCOIN token to unlock them.

34. Fool’s Tools

Fool’s Tools allows you to connect your wallet to view your token, NFTs, farming, and LP balances across all popular chains.

The tool also allows you to swap your tokens right from the website and the trade is routed through the appropriate DEX where the token is trading.

35. Cryptocurrency Converter Calculator

This tool helps you calculate the value of any cryptocurrency in any fiat currency or another crypto.

I use this one almost every day and I’m sure you too will find it handy.

36. WhatToMine

WhatToMine is a popular crypto mining profit calculator that helps you determine how profitable it is to mine selected altcoins in comparison to Ethereum or Bitcoin.

Some people use it to calculate how profitable it is to mine specific coins, while others try to determine which coin is better to mine in general.

37. WhatToFarm

WhatToFarm aggregates all the liquidity pools across all DEXs on all chains to help you quickly and easily discover new farming opportunities.

With WhatToFarm, you can easily compare liquidity, yields and hot tokens from different chains or platforms in real-time.

38. Chainabuse

Chainabuse is a website that allows anyone to report a cryptocurrency hack or scam across multiple blockchains.

Furthermore, you can search wallet addresses or domains to see if they are connected to any fraudulent activity.

With Chainabuse, you can easily avoid the most known scams by looking projects up before using them.

39. YCHARTS Cryptocurrency Indicators

Among other national economic data, YCHARTS provides you with comprehensive statistics of different blockchain networks.

Go through the available indicators and click on the one where you want to see all the data.

For example, check out the number of BNB Smart Chain (BSC) transactions per day here.

40. BitInfoCharts

BitInforCharts provides you with the most comprehensive statistics on the top cryptocurrencies.

The site also tracks the real-time price action, the richest wallet addresses and their transaction history, etc.

41. CoinTracking

CoinTracking is the leading cryptocurrency portfolio tracking and tax reporting tool for individual and corporate crypto investors.

The platform allows you to connect your wallets and exchange acccounts and generates real-time reports on your profit and losses, portfolio value, etc.

The tool has a free version that you can try out, but most of the features are in the paid version which costs $10.99, $16.99, and $54.99 for Pro, Expert and Unlimited plans respectively.


In this post, we’ve discussed some of the best crypto tools out there that you can use to stay on top of your crypto trading and investment game.

These tools will help you to better do your own research, navigate the market, and simplify your crypto life.

Thus taking the guesswork and confusion out of crypto investing and giving you solid data and information to help you make better decisions.

Now over to you.

Which other crypto tools do you know or use? Share with us in the comments section below.