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June 23, 2019, 05:08:34 PM
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Let's have one thread for all Bitcoin related tools, which can help everyone not only Newbies.

Price Converter/calculator
Cryps
 - Price calculator converts the price of BTC into any other major currency and shows the latest rate of currency
 - Cryps helps to convert BTC, mBTC, uBTC, satoshi and have more than 130 coins plus tokens. Enter the name of the currency, enter the amount and click on convert.

Address Converter
BTC
 - You can convert your BCH address into CashAddr or Legacy format.
 - Read here more regarding address converter.

Bitcoin Explorer
BlockCypher
BlockChain.com - Non Segwit
BlockChair
 - Explorer shows the details regarding transaction and addresses.

Bitcoin ATM
Coinatmradar
 - You can search ATMs on map using CoinATMradar.

Exchange BTC OTC
LocalBitcoins
 - Buy and sell Bitcoin in person. Supports more than 240 countries.
Stamp

Notary for BCH
Bitcoin.com
 - Users can prove their ownership on Bitcoin Cash blockchain.

Price Ticker Widget
Coindesk
 - Show current prices of Bitcoin on your website using coindesk widget.

Rate Alert
XE
Coinlib
 - Get notification regarding price of your favorite coin.

Bitcoin Wallet
Electrum

Bitcoin portfolio tracker
Delta
Coins.Live
 - Users can track Bitcoin and any other coin.

Bitcoin Paper wallet
Bitaddress
 - Generate paper wallet.

Market Overview and tracker
CoinMarketCap(CMC)
CoinGecko.com/en
BitcoinWisdom
 - Track the price and chart of all coins.

Bitcoin/Crypto Mining Calculator
CryptoCompare
CoincalCulators
CoinWarz
WhatToMine
 - Users can check which coin and hardware is profitable for mining. CoincalCulators shows the most profitable hardware's.

Transaction Broadcast
ViaBTC
BlockChair
Coinb

Transaction Accelerator
ViaBTC
BitcoTools
Mr.Spider703
 - Helps to push transaction to get confirm fast.

Comparison of Coins
CoinLib
CoinGecko
 - Compare two or more coins stat.

Cryptocurrency Community Tracker
TheCoinOffering
 - TheCoinOffering provides the live community data of cryptocurrencies.

Live Bitcoin Charts
CryptoWatch
 - Users can view charts of various coins.

Crypto Calender
CoinMarketCal
Coindar
 - Users can check Past, Live & Upcoming events.

Trading BOTS
HaasOnline
 - Use BOTS to trade on different sites.

Tax Tools
TokenTax
 - Helps to calculate your taxes and files the tax.



I know this is the incomplete, I will add more later, if you know any crypto TOOL then post below.

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June 23, 2019, 05:09:33 PM
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June 23, 2019, 07:46:56 PM
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Let's have one thread for all Bitcoin related tools, which can help everyone not only Newbies.

We already have bitcointalk forum and it's has a search option where you can search for bitcoin related topics, issues or what ever. Or preferably just ask your question as a newbie or any rank and get answers(if the question is not misleading or inappropriate)

PS: let's not have another mega spam thread
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June 23, 2019, 09:36:19 PM
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We already have bitcointalk forum and it's has a search option where you can search for bitcoin related topics, issues or what ever. Or preferably just ask your question as a newbie or any rank and get answers(if the question is not misleading or inappropriate)

PS: let's not have another mega spam thread
Indeed, the search feature in bitcointalk already help lots of people here in this forum and that includes me as I did used it and helped me looking for the thread that I want to search. The only problem is that some of us doesn't really use the search button or they seldomly use the search button. Some people are just being lazy to use search button in the forum instead they will only create a thread asking questions and the newly created thread is only duplicate to the thread created before with the same topic and discussion.

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June 23, 2019, 10:34:45 PM
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Let's have one thread for all Bitcoin related tools, which can help everyone not only Newbies.
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Bitcoin Wallet
Electrum
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It looks like you forget about the main wallet displayed on the https://bitcointalk.org forum.


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June 23, 2019, 11:45:38 PM
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How about adding these list of tools below.

For market analysis and tracker.
- https://coinmarketcap.com
- https://coingecko.com/en
- cryptowat.ch
- https://bitcoinwisdom.io

Mining Profitability calculator
- https://coincalculators.io
- https://whattomine.com
- https://www.coinwarz.com/

Other explorers
- https://blockchain.com - non-segwit support
- https://live.blockcypher.com/
- https://blockchair.com/

Broadcasting list.
- https://coinb.in/#broadcast
- https://blockchair.com/broadcast
- https://pool.viabtc.com/tools/broadcast
- You can load raw transaction to electrum and rebroadcast.

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June 24, 2019, 05:02:54 AM
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Let's have one thread for all Bitcoin related tools, which can help everyone not only Newbies.
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Bitcoin Wallet
Electrum
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It looks like you forget about the main wallet displayed on the https://bitcointalk.org forum.



I think that wallet is not newbie friendly, even Electrum is not that newbie friendly...

I think mobile wallets such as samourai are more newbie Friendly.
We still lack good open source wallets for newbies, specially for mobile

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June 24, 2019, 07:36:32 AM
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Let's have one thread for all Bitcoin related tools, which can help everyone not only Newbies.
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Bitcoin Wallet
Electrum
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It looks like you forget about the main wallet displayed on the https://bitcointalk.org forum.


I didn't forget but intentionallyi didn't added that because of the size of the wallet.
@BitMaxz will add them.

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June 24, 2019, 09:17:09 AM
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We already have bitcointalk forum and it's has a search option where you can search for bitcoin related topics, issues or what ever. Or preferably just ask your question as a newbie or any rank and get answers(if the question is not misleading or inappropriate)

I think it's fine to have an index thread for all tools that's available out there. Sure they might be able to find it by searching, but only if they use the correct keywords, and the thread uses that keyword too. It's likely they'll start a new thread and ask which tools that can do this or that though.

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June 24, 2019, 11:07:49 PM
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I think that wallet is not newbie friendly, even Electrum is not that newbie friendly...
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I think for educational purposes it's not a problem to put Bitcoin Core on the list.

Let's have one thread for all Bitcoin related tools, which can help everyone not only Newbies.
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I didn't forget but intentionallyi didn't added that because of the size of the wallet.
@BitMaxz will add them.
For this reason, footnotes can be given, e.g. wallet file size, or other more specific information.

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updated the list and added few more sites in the list, let me know if I forget to list any site/sites.

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Address Converter
Notary for BCH
Bitcoin portfolio tracker
Market Overview and tracker
Bitcoin/Crypto Mining Calculator
Comparison of Coins
either remove these or change your title from "bitcoin" tools to "cryptocurrency" tools in which case i would argue it is no longer suitable for "newbies" since altcoins aren't suitable for the beginners.

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a "newbie" shouldn't use any of these tools. they should stick to their wallet GUI and do everything there in the safety that it provides them. looking under the hood and getting a transaction hex without knowing what you do is not a good idea.

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Bitcoin Wallet
Electrum
there is a lot more wallets between Electrum and bitcoin-core!
for example hardware wallets can be a good option for beginners, web wallets even web accounts like Coinbae are excellent for beginners who want to get started easily as long as they understand the difference and the downside of using them.

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Address Converter
Notary for BCH
Bitcoin portfolio tracker
Market Overview and tracker
Bitcoin/Crypto Mining Calculator
Comparison of Coins
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either remove these or change your title from "bitcoin" tools to "cryptocurrency" tools in which case i would argue it is no longer suitable for "newbies" since altcoins aren't suitable for the beginners.
Yeah, i think same too, I will change title soon.

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a "newbie" shouldn't use any of these tools. they should stick to their wallet GUI and do everything there in the safety that it provides them. looking under the hood and getting a transaction hex without knowing what you do is not a good idea.
when they read this then most of them will search on google about it and they will learn more about that.

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Electrum
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there is a lot more wallets between Electrum and bitcoin-core!
for example hardware wallets can be a good option for beginners, web wallets even web accounts like Coinbae are excellent for beginners who want to get started easily as long as they understand the difference and the downside of using them.
I added Electrum because it is one of the safest and easiest and trusted wallet, there are many but as newbie i prefer this one everyone has their own test, moreover users can use segwit addresses to and they can learn more about segwit.
Web wallets are good but not trusted and secure enough. Hardware wallets are trusted and secured but it costs.

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July 22, 2019, 05:06:45 PM
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Might be helpful

https://github.com/JulyIghor/QtBitcoinTrader
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July 31, 2019, 07:59:39 AM
Last edit: July 31, 2019, 08:18:03 AM by welovedcrypto
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Sorry, I can't add this one here. Not much aware of this.


List updated, your feedback are highly appreciated.

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Probably not the right place but I have no idea where to go.....i send some bitcoin to a company that are saying that they don't have received any BTC from me? I have the transaction-id but they still state that they haven't received. I have no idea how to go further? Please help!😉
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August 01, 2019, 04:09:37 PM
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Probably not the right place but I have no idea where to go.....i send some bitcoin to a company that are saying that they don't have received any BTC from me? I have the transaction-id but they still state that they haven't received. I have no idea how to go further? Please help!😉
Can you please share your Bitcoin address and the Bitcoin address where you sent Bitcoin?

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August 01, 2019, 04:40:05 PM
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Probably not the right place but I have no idea where to go.....i send some bitcoin to a company that are saying that they don't have received any BTC from me? I have the transaction-id but they still state that they haven't received. I have no idea how to go further? Please help!😉

View the transaction ID on Blockchain.com/Blockstream.info and send them the link. Also, I heavily suggest creating a separate topic for your question and give us more information.

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Bump

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November 28, 2019, 11:53:03 PM
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Why not add celium wallet. I use it and it works so well. You can scan the screen then you just check the address and amount you are sending (always double-check these things) Then you can adjust the fee and away you go.

Probably not the right place but I have no idea where to go.....i send some bitcoin to a company that are saying that they don't have received any BTC from me? I have the transaction-id but they still state that they haven't received. I have no idea how to go further? Please help!😉

View the transaction ID on Blockchain.com/Blockstream.info and send them the link. Also, I heavily suggest creating a separate topic for your question and give us more information.

For beginners. What company is this exactly? What were you trying to do? A separate topic would be a better idea.

 
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