Coinbase Pro currently offers a "Portfolio" feature. This feature allows Coinbase Pro users the ability to create multiple portfolios inside Coinbase Pro to segment their funds and manage them separately. 

Please notice the Coinbase Pro "Portfolios" feature is completely separate and unrelated to the Shrimpy "Portfolios" feature. They are not related in any way.

You can learn more about Coinbase Pro portfolios here:

When using Shrimpy, be aware of the way using Coinbase Pro "Portfolios" affects Shrimpy.

Shrimpy will not be able to see any funds that are inside portfolios that are not your "Default Portfolio" on Coinbase Pro. That means if you create multiple portfolios on Coinbase Pro and move your funds into those other portfolios, those funds that were transferred will not show up in Shrimpy. 

We recommend using the "Portfolios" feature inside Shrimpy instead. This feature allows you to segment your funds and create multiple portfolios inside Shrimpy. That way Shrimpy will always be aware of all your funds and be able to manage them accordingly.

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