If you make the first steps in the crypto world, and also for the experts, we picked the five must have websites. These sites have to be your home page, or at least added to your favorites bar.
1. BitcoinTalk is actually a huge forum zone which coordinates everything that happens around the crypto world. Information about new coins, discussions about Bitcoin, ICO, coin announcements and a lot more. It is very important to know whom of the writers to listen to, and who is not worth even reading. The simplest way is the level of trust, and the number of messages also may be an indicator if the writer is a newbie or worth reading.
2. CoinDesk is the major news portal for every little thing that happens around cryptos. The site updates on daily basis. Also, there are tutorials for beginners, information about companies and start-ups leading the Bitcoin and blockchain industry, events and conferences regarding Bitcoin, and more.
3. CoinMarketCap is the leading currency index for crypto currencies. Real time data from all the trading platforms include 24 hours trading volume, daily percentage change, market value, and more. A must have.
4. Tradingview offers a variety of technical tools such as graphs for all cryptocurrencies and more. Tradingview can run on a web browser or as an application. It is a trading platform and social network for analyzing financial assets and trading ideas. The amazing is that this service is currently free of charge. You can create professional graphs using their available tools.
5. CoinMarketCal: Anyone who is involved in the crypto knows that the huge amount of information found on the Internet and that it is almost impossible to keep track of all the various events in the hundreds of projects and ICOs running concurrently. This calendar is solving that problem. The idea is a calendar of events that are fed by the community. Anyone can contribute an event onto the calendar and specify details about the event (for example a conference, software update, product release, etc.). The other visitors of the site are the ones who mark each event as Real or Fake.
CoinDesk also has a crypto events’ calendar – From time to time, conferences are held worldwide. CoinDesk news site dedicates a whole section to a calendar of those events.