Cryptocurrency market capitalization is difficult to determine but can still be a good metric to estimate growth of a cryptocurrency (even if imperfect as provided). While I accept these are probably rough estimates they are still useful data-points to follow in an industry where data is paramount.
When I began using CoinMarketCap.com Bitcoin’s market capitalization was $4 billion. Check it out yourself but as of writing (07/05/2017) Bitcoin is sporting a $42 billion dollar market cap. The site CoinMarketCap.com also gives good insight into other popular cryptocurrencies as they rise and fall in popularity. As you probably know I always recommend diversifying and I also recommend utilizing this site to gain research ideas. Don’t put everything into Bitcoin, explore new possibilities as well!
BitcoinTalk: A Previously Okay Forum, Now Far Better
Reinvention of Bitcointalk? The former home of the most intense fear, uncertainty, and doubt campaigns has brought some sensibility to itself in the cryptocurrency world. Long a boiling cauldron of insecurity and self-righteous scamming (as well as legitimate attempts at rationality) now has become a bastion of hope. I am only being semi-sarcastic. Observe: “Low Quality Topics Do Not Belong Here”, what a shocker!
BitcoinTalk has been there for years!
I am glad that Bitcointalk has elevated itself to the rightful position I felt it deserved to occupy for some time now. I think it is the biggest Bitcoin forum on the internet but it has also been in the past a source of discouragement to the community. A sense of duty has descended upon the community however and I feel it is now a worthwhile source to mention.
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