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15 Sites for All of Your Crypto Questions

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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, altcoin and crypto 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.

Crypto Gambling Reddit– Subreddit for crypto casinos and crypto gambling.

Having delved into futures trading in the past, my intrigue in financial, economic, and political affairs eventually led me to a striking realization: the current debt-based fiat system is fundamentally flawed. This revelation prompted me to explore alternative avenues, including investments in gold and, since early 2013, Bitcoin. While not extensively tech-savvy, I've immersed myself in Bitcoin through dedicated study, persistent questioning, hands-on experience with ecommerce and marketing ventures, and my stint as a journalist. Writing has always been a passion of mine, and presently, I'm focused on crafting informative guides to shed light on the myriad advantages of Bitcoin, aiming to empower others to navigate the dynamic realm of digital currencies.

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  1. CryptoCautiousCid

    Hello, have a question about which cryptos can be sent to which accounts on a cold storage device such as the Ledger Nano X. For instance, Bitcoin and Ethereum can only be sent to their specific Bitcoin and Ethereum apps or accounts within Ledger. Where and how would you find out where to send the smaller alt coins, as sending them to the wrong network or account could end up lost forever. Thank in advance!

    1. Kibet - 99Bitcoins support

      Hello, nice to meet you!

      Hardware wallets have specific wallets (or accounts) for each cryptocurrency. Most of the mainstream cryptos are supported. For example, please see Ledger’s supported coins here:

      As you can see, the smaller altcoins are also supported. Hope this helps clear things up.

      1. Kibet - 99Bitcoins support

        Hi Abel,

        We actually get asked this question a lot. Bitcoins are like real money so there is no easy way to earn bitcoins.
        Here are some ideas you can use that may help you:

        – Try to work for bitcoins – read this post to get an idea of how to get a job for bitcoins.

        Play bitcoin gambling games – here’s a list of the different sites.

        Hope this helps!

  2. Need help, search like crazy on Google search & Youtube. I don’t have a bitcoin balance but a other token balance. Do know the market dollar price of the Token. The crypto balance at 0.00656690
    How much that balance is worth in dollars is a mystery? Can anyone explain how to calculate to dollar amount. Do I divide that balance amount to the market $ price of that token. This formula hard to find!

    1. There’s really no way to know uniless you tell us what kind of token it is. Is it ETH? DOGE? XRP? What is it? From there, you should be able to do a search on the token’s price and it will show you what it is in USD.

  3. Can A BIG MINING SCAM… Be aware…!!!

    A BIG MINING SCAM… Be aware…!!! are remarks we hear prior to joining mining companies.

    The last season November to December 2018, when the bitcoin mining season was a bit down, many companies as like this have taken to new kind of revenue models to make a bumper reap and fleecing up the smaller level customers..I am not sure if the following models may have been used to maximize their profits or to minimize their loses.

    Working on lean rules of the “terms and conditions of contract clause” wherein the customer cannot complain against the company to terminate the contract significantly short time prior to contract period.

    2. Ensure that transaction fees are such that the customer can neither continue with their plans nor can he opt out, his balance btc hard money is lost along with the contract initial deposit and will be used by these companies themselves in the long run and will be used by these companies themselves in the long run.

    3. Refrain from client sensitive Geographical areas and responsible governmental laws such as USA so that they will not and cannot be tracked and charged for offences of criminal offences of fraud and cheating.

    4. Log into their website and you can observe that there are many people in beeline, on their website to resell their existing contracts and get relieved as they have already fallen into their traps.

    5. To entice the customer and people they will make you believe that all their “life long period contracts” or plans are sold out. Heck of it, when they are not able to maintain they mining charges as maintenance fees how have they sold out all their plans is a matter to think about.

    These practices have made the petty small customers to suffer the suffer the most and not sure what other models are involved to wrap and wind up bigger customers.

    Therefore it is advised not to do book for mining plans of these mentioned fraud companies.

    1. Hey Timothy,

      The best general starting point would be our Dummy-Proof Explainer Video series. Just visit the homepage and signup, you’ll get emailed a series of videos which will introduce you to Bitcoin in the easiest way possible, without any technical jargon.

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