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February 04, 2018, 04:17:54 PM
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Beginners Resouces for Cryptocurrency

Buy Bitcoins with Credit/Debit card;
01. Coinbase.com
02. Cex.io
03. Coinmama.com
04. Livecoin.com
05. Localbitcoins.com
06. Bitcoin.com

Best and popular exchanges;
01. Bitrex.com
02. Bitfinex.com
03. Poloniex.com
04. Kucoin.com
05. Binance.com
06. Bitstamp.com

Price and Charts
01. Coinmarketcap.com
02. Tradingview.com
03. Coinigy.com

ICO, AirDrops Alerts
01. Icoalert.com
02. Coinschedule.com
03. Icowatchlist.com
04. Bitcointalk.com

News and Trends
01. Bitcointalk.com
02. Cointelegraph.com
03. Coindesk.com

Also, There are a lot of resources but These are most popular ones.
Comment If Any other important Ones.



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February 04, 2018, 04:51:43 PM
Last edit: February 04, 2018, 05:22:08 PM by ParanoidLunatic
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I would remove coinbase from the list. Don't support those corrupt people. Coinbase wants to see bitcoin fail. They hold back improvements like segwit and thus contributing to the large fees and long wait times, yet they use this to complain about bitcoin in the media without doing anything to improve it. They are invested more in Altcoins and would profit if bitcoin falls.

Again don't support coinbase!

Otherwise thanks for the list! Perfect for newbies.

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February 04, 2018, 04:58:10 PM
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Beginners Resouces for Cryptocurrency

Buy Bitcoins with Credit/Debit card;
01. Coinbase.com
02. Cex.io
03. Coinmama.com
04. Livecoin.com
05. Localbitcoins.com
06. Bitcoin.com

Best and popular exchanges;
01. Bitrex.com
02. Bitfinex.com
03. Poloniex.com
04. Kucoin.com
05. Binance.com
06. Bitstamp.com

Price and Charts
01. Coinmarketcap.com
02. Tradingview.com
03. Coinigy.com

ICO, AirDrops Alerts
01. Icoalert.com
02. Coinschedule.com
03. Icowatchlist.com
04. Bitcointalk.com

News and Trends
01. Bitcointalk.com
02. Cointelegraph.com
03. Coindesk.com

Also, There are a lot of resources but These are most popular ones.
Comment If Any other important Ones.

Here is your list with hyperlinks:

Buy Bitcoins with Credit/Debit card;
01. cex.io
02. CoinMama
03. Livecoin
04. LocalBitcoins
05. Bitcoin.com

Best and popular exchanges;
01. Bittrex
02. Bitfinex
03. Poloniex
04. Kucoin
05. Binance
06. Bitstamp.com[Bitstamp

Price and Charts
01. Coinmarketcap
02. TradingView
03. Coinigy

ICO, AirDrops, Alerts
01. ICOAlert
02. Coinschedule
03. ICOWatchlist

News and Trends
01. CoinTelegraph
02. CoinDesk
03. CryptoCoinsNews

I would remove coinbase from the list. Don't support those corrupt people. Coinbase wants to see bitcoin fail. They hold back improvements like segwit and thus contributing to the large fees and ling wait times, yet they use this to complain about bitcoin without doing anything to improve it. They are invested more in Altcoins and would profit if bitcoin falls.

Again don't support coinbase!

Otherwise thanks for the list! Perfect for newbies.

Removed Coinbase because of this. Good call.

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March 11, 2018, 05:17:14 AM
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I would remove coinbase from the list. Don't support those corrupt people. Coinbase wants to see bitcoin fail. They hold back improvements like segwit and thus contributing to the large fees and long wait times, yet they use this to complain about bitcoin in the media without doing anything to improve it. They are invested more in Altcoins and would profit if bitcoin falls.
Yeah... because all the alts are doing soooooo well with the recent decline in BTC value! Roll Eyes

Also, if they're so Anti-SegWit... care to explain this: https://blog.coinbase.com/announcing-segwit-support-on-coinbase-4e51117857c7

Sure it took them a while, but that's probably because a. they wanted to make sure that SegWit was actually working and there was uptake... and b. they wanted to take the time to implement it properly and make sure everything was working as intended.

Unlike the average user and their one wallet... it is a little bit harder for an organisation the size of CoinBase to migrate to new wallets... can you imagine the shitstorm that would have happened if they had rushed a SegWit solution to market that didn't work properly and people lost funds?

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March 15, 2018, 07:02:15 AM
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im gonna save this list.. thanks!  Grin
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April 10, 2018, 01:41:30 PM
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This is a very good list for beginners.
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April 10, 2018, 01:48:20 PM
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Wonderful list! I would add Cryptopia to the trading/exchanges list as they have many of the new and obscure coins.
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December 27, 2018, 05:42:37 AM
Last edit: January 04, 2019, 02:05:11 AM by ltdray
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I tried a different website than the one posted up here! Maybe it could help someone! It's the best way I found to buy bitcoin with credit card. Actually bought some and everything went well!

edit: I tried again to buy XRP and Ethereum and it's still work like a charm!
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December 27, 2018, 09:03:35 AM
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01. Bitcointalk.com

Excuse me, the Bitcointalk.com you are talking about is for sale. Here is the link. Maybe you just did a small error, probably what you are pertaining about is this forum.

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December 27, 2018, 09:16:51 AM
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I'm starting to use coinbase because they are far sighted enough to support Sterling. The last thing I want to do is to have to convert fiat payments into the failing Euro, and the US dollar is a bit volatile at the moment.

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December 27, 2018, 04:11:00 PM
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The OP author should consider to upgrade OP with several following things:
1) Available courses on Bitcoin and Blockchain Technology from colleges and Universities (made by tranthidung).
2) Webistes/ Blogs on crypto mining (for miners)
For instance:
Whattomine.com
Cryptomining-blog.com

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December 29, 2018, 12:03:33 AM
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Nice Share  Wink
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December 29, 2018, 07:50:30 PM
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The leader in cryptocurency knowledge and site resource in my opinion is cryptolinks, there I find everything that beginner and professional trader needs. It is great resource for all. Wink
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