Top 20 Free Crypto Tools

Crypto tools help you in many ways. This can be data, news, protecting you from rugs, and much more. We found 20 crypto tools that are free to use. This is Part 1 of a 4-part series. Find links to the other Parts in the conclusion.

So, don’t hesitate and find out what these crypto tools can do for you.

1) Defispot

Defispot connects 50+ blockchains for swapping. This is your ultimate cross-chain swap in action. Defispot gets you the lowest fees on these cross-chain swaps. The platform allows you to swap between chains with only a few easy clicks. 

You can connect to Defispot with your EVM wallets, like MetaMask. However, XDEFI works as well. The best part is, that you can also connect with your Cosmos wallet like Keplr or Solana wallet like Phantom. The variations in chains and payment options are almost endless. Currently, you can use, 3407 different ERC-20 tokens to pay with. That’s only covering the Ethereum chain. Polygon, BSC, and Solana each offer between 500+ and 600+ tokens.

There’s an extensive help center as well on their website. You can also contact them on Discord or Telegram. These are, in general, good resources in case you have questions about their product.

2) ICO Drops

The ICO Drops platform shows active, upcoming, and ended ICOs. For the active ICOs, it tells you for much longer the ICI is still active. To find more details about a specific ICO, you can click on it. Now you get a dedicated page for that specific ICO. Information you find, is, for example:

  • Total raised funds.
  • ICO token price, fundraising goal, total tokens, and % of tokens for sale.
  • Links to their website and social media.
  • If available, a link to their tokenomics.
  • A brief description of the project.
  • Some screenshots of the project’s website.

All in all, a solid source of information. However, it’s still important to DYOR or ‘do your own research’. Not all mentioned ICOs will do well.

3) Into the Cryptoverse

Into the Cryptoverse is Benjamin Cowen’s brainchild. It has a free plan and paid tiers. The information you can find is, for example:

  • Market caps
  • Exit strategies
  • YouTube subscriber growth, and more.

The free plan will provide you with,

  • Weekly Newsletter
  • Logarithmic Regression Analysis
  • BTC, ETH, and total crypto market capitalization
  • DCA (dollar cost averaging) simulation tool

There are three more paid plans, ranging from $19 to $99 per month. Each plan requires a subscription, including the free plan. It’s a diverse platform that offers useful information. The team currently consists of eight people. Find insight into the crypto market with tools and information about the latest trends. It’s a good platform to find data articles and guides.

4) CryptoRank

CryptoRank provides information about upcoming ICOs, presales, and performance tracking. What makes this platform stand out, is information on launchpads. For example, the current best-performing launchpads and historically.

On ICO/IDO it offers information on upcoming, active, and past events. However, it also provides insights into CEX and IDO launchpad ROIs. To top this part off, it has a great analytics dashboard with excellent graphics.

Furthermore, you can find token unlock information. This is always useful. For instance, it may give you good entry points around unlock events. There’s also funding information, including another analytics dashboard. It also ranks crypto exchanges, in four categories. These are spot, derivatives, DEXes, and CEX transparency. You can also find an ‘earn’ section, where you can collect rewards each day. All this for free and well worth digging into.

5) Artemis

Artemis is a crypto dashboard. It provides crypto data in Google Sheets or Excel. You can also opt for a no-code interface with Artemis Terminal. This tool is smack-packed with information. You need to explore this tool and see all that it has to offer. For example, trending Dapps, perp volume, dev activity, and more.

The tool offers an explore and analysis option. In the explore option, you can find,

  • An overview.
  • Information on chains.
  • Sections.
  • Applications.
  • Developer activity.

For the analysis section, you can find, among others:

  • An activity monitor.
  • Dashboard.
  • Chart builder.

All very useful tools that can help in various ways. For example, find Dapps that are growing fast. Like, their active users or rather addresses, or in transactions. The app offers great graphics and charts.


There’s a wide variety of crypto tools available. They can help you in different ways. We found a set of 20 tools that are free to use. We cover them in section five. Here are links to Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4, once they become available.


The information discussed by Altcoin Buzz is not financial advice. This is for educational, entertainment and informational purposes only. Any information or strategies are thoughts and opinions relevant to accepted levels of risk tolerance of the writer/reviewers, and their risk tolerance may be different from yours.

We are not responsible for any losses that you may incur as a result of any investments directly or indirectly related to the information provided. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are high-risk investments, so please do your due diligence.

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