15 Sites for All of Your Crypto Questions


Since Bitcoin can sometimes be a hard concept to grasp and there are so many aspects to it like trading, investing, mining etc. it sometimes can be overwhelming. We get many questions sent to us and sometimes even we don’t know the answer. When that happens here’s where we turn to.

List of Large established Bitcoin and altcoin forums

BitcoinTalk – The most reputable Bitcoin forum, founded on June 2011. The forum discusses mainly Bitcoin although there is a small altcoin section. You can also find specific language section for up to 18 different languages.

LitecoinTalk – The leading forum for Litecoin, the next most popular cryptocurrency after Bitcoin. This forum is pretty much a “copy paste” version of BitcoinTalk only for Litecoin and was created on October 2011.

CryptoCoinTalk – This forum is intended for a wider array of CryptoCoins. Although it does seem to have a fair amount of traffic I have found that I get fewer responses on this forum.

Doges – If you’re into Dogecoin then Doges is the leading Dogecoin forum at the moment. Even though the traffic on Doges is about 1/8 of BitcoinTalk’s the forum seems to be very active.

Stack Exchange (Bitcoin) – Stack exchange was initially a question/answer website intended for developers. It later on developed into different aspect one of them being Bitcoin. The site works on a reputation based method where users get to vote on the best answer which will be displayed first.

Reddit (Bitcoin) – A more simple information source would be Reddit. Originally used as a link submission site you can also post on Reddit and ask specific questions. Keep in mind that since Reddit works through a voting system it may be harder to get your question answered as it may be down-voted. Like Stack Exchange comments on your posts will also be voted upon and the highest ones will show on the top.

Quora (Bitcoin) – The popular questions/answers site also has a specific Bitcoin section.

Bitcoin Security – An active authoritative Russian forum about Bitcoin security.

List of smaller Bitcoin and altcoin forums

Bitcoin Garden – A smaller but active forum about Bitcoin.

Bitcoin Forum – An unofficial Bitcoin forum.

Bitcoin Foundation Forum – If you have questions which regard the Bitcoin foundation and it’s work this is the place to ask.

Let’s talk Bitcoin – A small community forum of the website LTB which supplies podcasts about Bitcoin.

PeercoinTalk – The official Peercoin forum.

DarkcoinTalk – The official Darkcoin forum.

Feathercoin forum – The official Feathercoin forum.

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  1. I found the unofficial Bitcoin forum to be extremely helpful! I wasn’t expecting this to be the case but this is a great place to ask questions. Members are helpful and fast in replying and you can also find a lot of older threads that might already answer your question.

  2. Samantha Barnes on

    Bitcoin Security is a really good site to learn new things about Bitcoin. There is a strong community there that is helpful and knows a lot about what they are talking about. The other sites on the list are also good with Quora being my favorite.

  3. I like using BitcoinTalk but I also use Quora a lot. On Quora the answers are a bit more specific and users there seem to put in more time to elaborate their answers.

  4. Eugene Campbell on

    I know that Reddit isn’t the best source of information on Bitcoin, but I like to use it for this. I will ask a question there and receive some decent answers within 10-15 minutes. If I don’t get replies fast, I will also post on BitcoinTalk.

  5. I tried using Reddit and LitecoinTalk but they were not good at all for me. LitecoinTalk seems like a bad copy of BitcoinTalk. In my opinion, you can never compare the two as BitcoinTalk is much better. I asked some questions on Reddit and got just a few so-so answers so I’m not going to use that again.

    • Well I guess it depends what cryptocurrency you’re in to. The fact that LitecoinTalk is a copy of BitcoinTalk is OK in my opinion since it’s dedicated to Litecoin. Regarding Reddit I agree it can be frustrating at times – mainly because the people who comment there usually think they know it all and give a hard time for newbies…

  6. I always like to ask a question on multiple sites because this way I get a couple of good answers and I can choose the best one for me. I post questions on LitecoinTalk, Quora, Reddit, BitcoinTalk. I will usually get at least 10 answers between these 4 sites in as little as an hour after I posted the question.

  7. Brooklyn Thompson on

    Didn’t know about Dogecoin but I will have a look at it soon because it’s always a good idea to diversify your portfolio. Thanks for this list!

  8. I constantly use BitcoinTalk because there seem to be hundreds of members online at any given time and my questions get answered within 30 minutes in most cases! This forum has a lot of good ideas and tips on Bitcoins and I’ve been a member there almost from its inception.

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