Unlike most tracking apps, here at Wisly we let you enter whatever information and coin pairs you wish. This means that you could, theoretically, enter a trading pair that does not exist. For example, you could enter a transaction buying Internet Node Token (INT) against Tomochain (TOMO). In reality though, this trading pair is not available on the market.
Why did we choose to let transactions be free of exchange restriction?
There are a few reasons why we chose not to restrict transaction entry to only existing pairs.
- Some exchanges delist trading pairs that used to exist in the past. If you track back a few years, you might want to enter a trading pair no longer available, and we did not want to limit our users in this.
- Some trading pairs are quite new, and may not be updated in the API connection to the exchanges or coin aggregators for a few days or weeks. We do not want to be limited by external parties.
- Overall, if a user is seriously tracking his or her portfolio through our app, there is no reason the input incorrect data to start with. If they want to go through a thought experiment and track imaginary data, then can still play around.
The main principle to retain while using Wisly is that we are a powerful tool at your disposal, and we try to limit and correct for mistakes as much as possible, or notify you if we notice strange entries and behavior. However, it remains the responsibility of the portfolio users to double check entries, audit the portfolio correctly and make sure that the data that is input is correct.