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March 20, 2019, 10:37:15 PM
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here is a list of bitcoin forums that could be useful to you. I will try to update the list if there are changes to be made, if you have anymore to add I will add them on.
http://bitcointalk.org
Bitalk.org
Bitcoin.com
litecointalk.io
cryptocurrencytalk.com
bitcoingarden.org/forum/
bitcoinforum.com
allcryptotalk.com
cryptorum.com/forums/
talk.peercoin.net
mastersofcrypto.com/forum/
moonforum.net
https://www.altcoinstalks.com/index.php





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March 21, 2019, 02:31:23 AM
Last edit: March 21, 2019, 04:29:20 AM by CryptopreneurBrainboss
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So what's the aim of you posting this on the forum? How will this be of help to the forum members. Newbies the only cryptocurrency trustable forum out there is the one you're viewing this reply from don't trust any other one. most of them were created due to some selfish reason but Bitcointalk wasn't created for monetary gains instead it was co-founded by satoshi to provide a forum where we can hangout and discuss bitcoin (now cryptocurrency).  Some of those similar site with the same design as Bitcointalk could also be potential phishing site and if at all you're going to register on them, don't use same details you used here.


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March 21, 2019, 03:10:24 AM
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Forum is place for everyone to discussion, sharing tips and create good topic.
Why we must check every forum if we already join in one forum with useful idea to share. I already check that forum and their post is fewer than bitcointalk forum post
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March 21, 2019, 06:56:56 AM
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We don't need these tons of forums, to be honest. I've seen bitcoingarden and their UI is just like a copy paste from here and seems it's a dead forum with have few useful topics. We're already in the right one so I'll don't bother to visit the others. Though, somehow maybe you want to read and know more, just head on reddit and search topics that you prefer and you'll find it more engaging.

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March 21, 2019, 07:41:54 AM
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Whichever forums are, whichever their policies, and rules are, what I care about is:
- Forum should have strict rules, and strict managers to keep it clean.
It is always messy to join the forum that burried by trash, banners, overlarge and annoying animated images, and what we saw in the forum months ago (before merits come to us), shitty posts.
In all of those aspects, it is most likely that bitcointalk forum is the best one, so far.

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March 21, 2019, 10:24:59 AM
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I really can’t be bothered with other Crypto Forums unless a pretty good reason crops up to ponder them over Bitcointalk. Even so, I’ve taken a quick glimpse at the list (so my first impressions may be wrong):


Bitalk.org                             -> Seems to be Russian only.
Bitcoin.com                          -> Not too active (not bad UI).
litecointalk.io                        -> Not really interested in a Litecoin specific forum + rather inactive.
cryptocurrencytalk.com         -> Rather innactive on substantial threads (like the video section).
bitcoingarden.org/forum/      -> Very similar UI (SMF). Structure a bit weird, and 24K members only.
bitcoinforum.com                 -> Also very similar UI (SMF). Not very active, and just under 18K members only.
allcryptotalk.com                  -> Not many boards not activity.
cryptorum.com/forums/        -> Very weak in terms of boards and content.
talk.peercoin.net                  -> Specific to peercoin
mastersofcrypto.com/forum/ -> I like the guides .. but nothing else (+ barely any activity).

So, in summary, none of the above come even close to Bitcointalk neither in terms of content nor, very likely, prestige and history of its members.

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March 21, 2019, 11:15:58 AM
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I know you are trying to create a list and help those people who are looking for other forums.

But what's the point if you're already on the biggest bitcoin/crypto forum ever?

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March 21, 2019, 11:55:45 AM
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Perhaps  title saying List of Cryptocurrency forums.
Since when did litecointalk.io become a bitcoin forum?
Most of those forums are way too inactive. You make a post and It could take 5 days for the first person to respond to it.


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March 21, 2019, 12:32:42 PM
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It's quite amusing to me that DdmrDdmr has done a better job at what it appears OP was aiming to do. At least their post gives me some insight into what I'd be getting myself into by clicking the link. I'm looking at a list of some dodgy bitcoin websites, and the only thing I can think to myself is that I've never heard of a single one of these. Multiple are adding a "talk" at the end of their name; if I had to guess that's more of a rip-off than an homage.

What criteria did you use to compile your list, OP? It looks like you just typed "Crypto Forum" into a Search Engine and grabbed a handful.

 
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March 21, 2019, 12:35:57 PM
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It's quite amusing to me that DdmrDdmr has done a better job at what it appears OP was aiming to do. At least their post gives me some insight into what I'd be getting myself into by clicking the link. I'm looking at a list of some dodgy bitcoin websites, and the only thing I can think to myself is that I've never heard of a single one of these. Multiple are adding a "talk" at the end of their name; if I had to guess that's more of a rip-off than an homage.

What criteria did you use to compile your list, OP? It looks like you just typed "Crypto Forum" into a Search Engine and grabbed a handful.
I searched top 10 crypto currency forums and they are the ones that came up in the searches
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March 21, 2019, 02:28:32 PM
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A very nice thread and I feel we should have a more similar thread on different topics, as it’s something that’s very helpful for beginners. And going by same route, you can check Cryptolinks, where they have ALL information and that include the list of the Best Crypto Forums, so it should be extremely useful for everyone to check and use. While as per rest, it’s certainly GREAT if we could add more and more forums here for people to see.
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March 21, 2019, 02:54:44 PM
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After cleverly opened all OP site links, i discovered that, none of these cryptocurrency forum measure heights with the famous Bitcointalk.org which is the first among it equals and created by Satoshi Nakamoto. All other forums are full of inactive forum members compare to what BCT.org is.
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March 21, 2019, 05:44:01 PM
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Bitalk.org                             -> Seems to be Russian only.
Bitcoin.com                          -> Not too active (not bad UI).
litecointalk.io                        -> Not really interested in a Litecoin specific forum + rather inactive.
cryptocurrencytalk.com         -> Rather innactive on substantial threads (like the video section).
bitcoingarden.org/forum/      -> Very similar UI (SMF). Structure a bit weird, and 24K members only.
bitcoinforum.com                 -> Also very similar UI (SMF). Not very active, and just under 18K members only.
allcryptotalk.com                  -> Not many boards not activity.
cryptorum.com/forums/        -> Very weak in terms of boards and content.
talk.peercoin.net                  -> Specific to peercoin
mastersofcrypto.com/forum/ -> I like the guides .. but nothing else (+ barely any activity).

So, in summary, none of the above come even close to Bitcointalk neither in terms of content nor, very likely, prestige and history of its members.

I don't think any other forum is worth visiting and this summary is accurate. At least the OP didn't put that phishing .io clone either.
Every time you search things online, you inevitably find links to this forum, even altcoins need to born here is its like they never exist.

Reddit is sometimes interesting, but the only thing like this forum is of course the official #bitcoin channel at Freenode.

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March 21, 2019, 05:48:08 PM
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Most of these are actually cryptocurrency forums and not bitcoin based. Even this forum which is the off shoot of the creator of bitcoin also comprises all other cryptocurrencies.

If we discussing other forums, we should consider looking moonforum, you can search it up for the link, it is fairly new but already making waves and filled with quality discussions

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March 21, 2019, 10:08:45 PM
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The only place I like to access to discuss the general aspects of Bitcoin besides BitcoinTalk is Reddit. I have registered on most of these forums, but almost never used them. There are some forums and sites about specific projects that are interesting, plus some groups of messagers like Telegram, discord, and slack. Beyond github.
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March 21, 2019, 10:58:14 PM
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I've seen bitcoingarden and their UI is just like a copy paste from here and seems it's a dead forum with have few useful topics.
You can't say that's copy, all forums built on SMF looks more or less similar. You simply can't make forum which would look 100% unique when SMF is used on thousands of forums.
I searched top 10 crypto currency forums and they are the ones that came up in the searches
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So, you just Googled top 10 crypto forums and just copied search results without even checking it. Much work done!


Guys, there are no need to compare these forums with Bitcointalk. Simply it can't be compared by history, number of members, content and etc. But some of these forums can be partial alternative to Bitcointalk, some are for people who interested in specific altcoin. There is also some good non-English crypto forums like Bitalk.org




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March 22, 2019, 01:45:41 AM
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I agreed with your great point.
There are some indicators for good forums:
- History (its origin, and its original purposes): In this indicator, there is no forum better than bitcointalk.org forum, definitely.
- Members: especially active members. Only figures on active ones should be counted, inactive ones should be excluded to avoid bias.
- Contents: it is obviously important, because no one have interest to join forums in which tons of trashes spread around.
- Existence of top old, well-known projects: Such as bitcoin, ethereum, dash, monero, bitshares, clams, etc. In this indicator, once again bitcointalk.org forum is the best. There is no competitor in the indicator, by now.
- Strict rules, and good forum managements: In my opinion, the forum has still been the best. This is why forum users tend to spammed complaints when some big changes made, but still kept joining the forum, not leaving it.  Tongue
Guys, there are no need to compare these forums with Bitcointalk. Simply it can't be compared by history, number of members, content and etc. But some of these forums can be partial alternative to Bitcointalk, some are for people who interested in specific altcoin. There is also some good non-English crypto forums like Bitalk.org

It's the point, too.
So, in summary, none of the above come even close to Bitcointalk neither in terms of content nor, very likely, prestige and history of its members.

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March 22, 2019, 01:56:39 AM
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So, in summary, none of the above come even close to Bitcointalk neither in terms of content nor, very likely, prestige and history of its members.

Definitely. The only forums I've really used for a while is bitcointalk.org and bitcoin.com(in the past, when I thought bitcoin.com was the "official" bitcoin website 🤦‍♂️). At the moment, I'm just with bitcointalk, r/bitcoin, and r/cryptocurrency(if you actually consider subreddits as "forums").

The Bitcoin Pub forum also looks decent though.

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March 22, 2019, 02:23:34 AM
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The list might be useful for those who want to promote their services, but for those who want to look for forum to learn (or possibly get additional income) then I doubt we have other forums than Bitcointalk. I personally know some services that are interested to promote their services on other forums (basic principle of marketing, spread your message to potential clients whenever they are), but tbh, forum wise, it's not really a good place to discuss. You post today, reply will come tomorrow or maybe next week.

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March 23, 2019, 07:03:42 PM
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I think any one on this forum has Nothing much to search for in other bitcoin related groups.
To point out the fact that the creator of bitcoin satoshi nakamoto is also the founder of the forum and there are multi expert on this group

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