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May 10, 2018, 01:50:44 PM
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Hey guys, I just found this website, they have pretty cool predictions on coins and also good information on them concentrated on one page. Do you know this website? Is it good in your opinion? I like it a lot, but wanted to know what others think.

http://www.coinliker.com/

note: to get predictions on coins you have to search in google forecast/coin/coinliker - I haven't found a way to forecast on their web, which is kinda silly lol, but I like it anyways.
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May 15, 2018, 02:06:51 PM
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Hey guys, I just found this website, they have pretty cool predictions on coins and also good information on them concentrated on one page. Do you know this website? Is it good in your opinion? I like it a lot, but wanted to know what others think.

http://www.coinliker.com/

note: to get predictions on coins you have to search in google forecast/coin/coinliker - I haven't found a way to forecast on their web, which is kinda silly lol, but I like it anyways.

That site is like a direct ripoff (design/subpages) off https://walletinvestor.com/ with seemingly too positive values. Also WalletInvestor has a search function, seems like that was too hard to copy, lol.
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