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In the context of crypto, a portfolio refers to the collection of digital assets that an individual or entity holds. A portfolio can include a variety of different cryptocurrencies, and can also include other types of assets such as stocks, commodities or real estate.

A crypto portfolio can be used to track the value of the assets held within it, as well as the performance of those assets over time. It can also be used to monitor the diversification of the assets and to make decisions about buying, selling or holding specific ones.

There are a variety of tools and platforms available to help individuals and entities to create and manage their crypto portfolio, such as cryptocurrency wallets, portfolio trackers and trading platforms.