Rotki is an open source portfolio tracking, analytics, accounting and tax reporting tool that respects your privacy. The mission of rotki is to bring transparency into the crypto and financial sectors through the use of open source. Most importantly unlike virtually every other competing service which consists of closed source SaaS onto which you are forced to hand over all your financial data, with rotki your data is stored encrypted locally in your computer. It enables you to take ownership of your financial data!
Rotki is open source and the base features are free. You can fund the development by purchasing a Premium license whioch unlocks more features. More info on https://rotki.com/products/
Open Rotki on the DappStore page and click Install
There are thee ways to open Rotki:
- The easiest method is to open Rotki in the Avado UI (over VPN): Click on the Open button of the Rotki package. This opens Rotki inside the Avado UI.
- You can also open http://my.rotki.avado.dnp.dappnode.eth/ to open outside of the Avado UI. Note that this still requires an active VPN connection.
- Check your IP address in the Avado UI and open http://your-ip-address:8084 to open Rotki on your local network without an active VPN. Note that you need to trust your network to do this.
Before you can use Rotki you need to create an account first. This will create a database that stores your configuration.
You can add as many accounts as you want.
The next action is to add the accounts and balances you want to track.
For example, add you ethereum address, by clicking *Add blockchain address and add your address (e.g.
It is recommend to use your own Ethereum node to fetch Ethereum information:
- Click the account icon in the top right and select Settings.
- Scroll to Local Nodes
http://my.ethchain-geth.public.dappnode.eth:8545(If you are not running geth, you can use the pool from your Avado colleagues:
To export your data:
- Open the Manage page of Rotki (** My Dapps > Rotki > Manage **)
- In the Download from DNP field, enter
- Click Download