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Profit YTD = over $200,000 on approx. $15k investment with most of it safely now back into USD bank, stocks and bonds. I hate managing all those transactions for tax purposes manually. Speculative, yes, but timing is everything. - I lived through the tech bubble and have taken those timing lessons and now actively applying for the first time since crypto has the same level of uncertainty today as the Internet in 1994. I saw many people with the same attitude toward the internet back then and look what happened.
The same thing was said about the printing press, the engine, and the internet.
I'd just settle for the option to be added to Quicken to increase the number of decimal places to 8 to accommodate cryptocurrency share amounts and prices.
Personally I don't think much of bitcoin and such so called "currencies". Currencies that loose 25% of their value overnight aren't currencies.Until they are backed by a government (and big one at that) then they will continue to be pure speculation just like penny stocks.In truth though what I think doesn't matter, since anyone should be free to post whatever idea they like.But all your "proof" Quicken Inc should see they are "missing the boat" is probably "wasted".Just as all the posting over the years by day traders that want to make Quicken into something it wasn't designed for.Quicken and Quicken Inc are very much going after the "main stream" user of personal finance. And Bitcoin isn't that.If the support can be put in without much work, maybe it will get in. But I certainly wouldn't hold my breath on it. And as an user of Quicken which can see a lot more features and bug fixes that could benefit a MUCH larger group of Quicken users, I hope they don't spend any time on it.
Could suggest tracking net worth of any liquid asset in two ways:1. Create a customized currency via the Set Up New Currency function. Create an account/deposit/exchange etc.2. Create a customized "security" tracking your asset to multiple decimal places, using the USD conversion rate as the price.All of this depends unfortunately on manual pricing the asset or currency, but does allow you for the basic accounting of it. You can load historical "pricing" data if you go the security route.