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I want to know that if I buy 200$ worth of BTC that when I trade to other coin I'm not trading for less than 200$ worth of that coin. This way making sure I'm never loosing money.

I'm doing this manually right now but it takes forever and is not productive. Is there a tool out there to do this faster? Where I could input the amount of BTC I have and how many of the other trading coins I would get and their value in $?

I'm sure there's a term for what I'm looking for but I don't know it. Hopefully you'll get my example :)

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I found a website that can convert any cryptocurrency into USD or other type of cryptocurrency

https://coinmarketcap.com/calculator/

Use this (mostly what your looking for): https://www.currexy.com/cryptocurrency/converter

Hope this new link above found what you need, if not tell me

  • You can convert bitcoin into the type of cryptocurrency you want to trade then copy the coin and convert that coin into the USD – zhiyan114 Jan 23 '18 at 22:46
  • Thanks but this is not exactly what I'm looking for. I want something where I could input the amount of BTC I've bought and for what price (if it can't fetch BTC price at a certain date) and then select another coin, let's say ETH and it would give me the amount of ETH I could get at that moment and it's value in $. – dianadfonseca Jan 23 '18 at 22:48
  • Use the other link, it bit lag but it can convert the type of the coin into many different coin value (included USD) hope that is what your looking for – zhiyan114 Jan 24 '18 at 0:45
  • This one is better, thanks! But still misses the value of the other coins at the moment. For example, it gives the value in $ of X amount of BTC but it doesn't show the value in $ of the converted amount in ETH. – dianadfonseca Jan 24 '18 at 1:11
  • It already shown, it converted bitcoin as well as other coin matches the price of the USD (keep in mind that different website will have a slightly different prices). Please mark the answer as acceptable if this helps you – zhiyan114 Jan 24 '18 at 1:17

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