In particular, it would account for approximately 5. Environmental disaster : The energy usage of bitcoin alone is staggering, consuming as much electricity as some countries, and this is likely to keep increasing as the technology behind it does not and cannot scale in any reasonable way. While so many of us are trying our best to reduce our carbon footprints, it feels counterproductive to indulge in technology that undoes that hard work.
Given the proven cryptocurrency forum canvassing actively going on, and its speed, could we agree that this RFC has all single purpose account edits reverted. Though it is often normal to just mark accounts which are clearly part of a canvassing campaign, the manipulation of this RFC by off-wiki canvassing has been fast and significant, with the risk that both vote gaming and manipulation of discussion to introduce bias and fake "bitcoin" news, will disrupt and confuse the outcome.
Frankly the page already looks a mess from this manipulation. A radical thought experiment can provide an alternative perspective on this question. In this worst-case scenario, the Bitcoin network would be responsible for about Mt million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions1, accounting for roughly 0. Bitcoin uses 80 per cent more energy than it did at the beginning of The Cambridge Centre now estimates the annualized electricity consumption at the beginning of was Much despite not all of the rationale for this proposal and the discussion is about environmental burden of cryptocurencies.
Much is focused on quantifying the environmental impact specifically of Bitcoin BTC. But, as colleagues above have already mentioned, Bitcoin is not the only one available cryptocurrency. And many more cryptos are by principle significantly less damaging. A quick web search shows e. Also, an extensive article from leafscore.
Some of these are declared to be carbon neutral, some wants to become carbon neutral, some uses its fees for planting trees. Some are even very competitive in energy usage to the traditional banking system even if not calculating oil backed petrodolars So, if environmental sustainability is really so important to us as we declare and I hope so , we have some decent options for reforming our crypto acceptance, rather than destroying it.
Another section relying on "sources" that turn out to be opinion pieces. No published academic research here, just claims and counter-claims which even the cited but paywall protected "Times" money mentor article states as dubious and nothing as firm as the United Nations statement that directly compared a Bitcoin transaction energy cost to a Visa transaction energy cost as being a million times more.
These discussions now read like a Bitcoin forum, full of non-scientific claims sourced to incomprehensible hand-waiving cryptocurrency advertorial self-publications. These are identical to the distract, confuse, counter-claim tactics of climate denial "science" a decade ago and mostly irrelevant to what are allowed as current donation methods to the Wikimedia Foundation which this vote is supposed to be about.
Anonymous donations work without relying on cryptocurrencies, there's no convincing reasoning based on real reliable sources or evidence in these multiple discussion threads, that changes basic facts or proves that Bitcoin is somehow preferable to a Paypal donation. However there is plenty of unfactual chaff and confusion, which may be effective at gaming the vote outcome here.
This means that the number of transactions within a block has no impact on its energy expenditure: for a given difficulty level, a full block containing thousands of transactions has the same electricity footprint as an empty block with no transactions. The cost per transaction has increased significantly over time, due to the value of bitcoins increasing disproportionate to the number of transactions.
Some point to this as an inherent inefficiency in Bitcoin, and others expect that market forces will balance this over time at the agreed market value of a Bitcoin transaction. The analysis provides insights for identifying potential focus areas, plus a misalignment between the guiding SoS [system of systems] level organization, the Bitcoin Foundation, and their support for an even playing field of competition between cryptocurrencies, in the same way that Bitcoin wants to compete against traditional options.
There is potential to capitalize on differing approaches in deflationary or inflationary coin supplies to provide robustness to the overarching goals outlined in the original architecture specification. These decisions are likely to not be in line with what is the best for Bitcoin or the speculative investors, but the entire system of systems could be better off for it.
First, the use of transactions as the driver of future Bitcoin emissions is questionable, given the tenuous correlation between transactions and mining energy use. It is well established that energy use is driven by the computational difficulty of the blocks mined whereas the number of transactions per block can evolve for example, via SegWit with no direct effect on block mining difficulty.
The authors themselves calculate Bitcoin energy use and emissions in on the basis of block difficulty, not the number of transactions. Without explanation, the authors switch to transactions as the driver for projecting future emissions, undermining their methodological consistency and the integrity of their projections. The noise about proof of work's environmental impact originates from the Digiconomist, which is authored by an employee of the Dutch Central Bank.
In case you don't see the obvious bias conflict, the main idea behind Bitcoin is that it is a decentralized alternative to central banking. The Digiconomist is a propaganda outlet of the central bank system that is the dominant economic paradigm today that got us into the over-consuming environmental mess that we find ourselves today.
They completely mislead the public as to how Bitcoin works: the notion of a "per transaction cost" is nonsensical, because one transaction on the blockchain could represent millions of real-world transactions, through transaction batching and layer 2 payment networks. There is no way of knowing the true number of transactions. Bitcoin is the solution, not the problem -- fix the money, fix the world.
The environmental FUD levelled at Bitcoin and Proof of Work has been debunked over and over again by those who actually understand Bitcoin and it's integration with the global energy markets. Bitcoin is a net positive for the environment, subsidizing the deployment of renewable energy production and directly reducing GHG emissions in the oilfield. As civilization progresses, we need to and will produce more -- not less -- energy.
Bitcoin will play a vital role in subsiding sustainable energy rollout in global energy markets, in spite of the FUD being propagated by the incumbent financial powers and the misinformed who believe their lies. We believe concerns about the high-energy intensity of Bitcoin mining are overstated, and the technology can play a less-acknowledged but important role in promoting financial inclusion. Bitcoin's carbon emissions are low compared to its market value, implying that Bitcoin is characterized by a lower carbon intensity than the average asset in the portfolio.
Thus, an isolated focus on Bitcoin's absolute carbon emissions can be highly misleading from an investment and portfolio perspective Importantly, in contrast to the widespread negative perception of Bitcoin in the climate change debate, we also find that Bitcoin investments can be less carbon intensive than standard equity investments.
The addition of Bitcoin to a diversified equity portfolio can thus lower the portfolio's aggregate carbon footprint. With bitcoin it is at least theoretically possible to perform monetary transactions using exclusively FLOSS software, without the use of a centralized proprietary infrastructure. The proposal conflates the existence of Bitcoin to merely using it. The proposal does not demonstrate that dropping acceptance of Bitcoin or other cryptocurrency will actually have an effect. As a technical matter, there is no direct relationship between making a Bitcoin transaction and energy usage that's significantly more than the domestic banking system.
Besides being a purely subjective point that doesn't belong here, you risk your reputation by taking damaging political stances like this. For these reasons, the RfC should be revised and resubmitted. Point 2 needs evidence that the call to action will accomplish the stated goal; points 1 and 3 should be withdrawn. Please see the reliable sources section below, rather than just disputing the one source.
Plenty of high quality sources publish the fact that Bitcoin is a significant contributor to climate change and unethical energy waste, at the level of disrupting economies of entire countries. Advocating that the Wikimedia Foundation must continue to accept the use of Bitcoin, and tacitly supporting its use, should at least have the same quality of reliable sources to justify that decision, rather than repeating and relying on PR spin and rhetoric from lobbyists, which most of the input on that side of the discussion so far seems to boil down to.
We further calculate that the resulting annual carbon emissions range between The magnitude of these carbon emissions, combined with the risk of collusion and concerns about control over the monetary system, might justify regulatory intervention to protect individuals from themselves and others from their actions.
We determine the annual electricity consumption of Bitcoin, as of November , to be This means that the emissions produced by Bitcoin sit between the levels produced by the nations of Jordan and Sri Lanka, which is comparable to the level of Kansas City. In the light of the disruption resulting from single purpose accounts dropping in to vote and add to discussions, but these boiling down to rhetoric which on examination has zero reliable sources, here are a few more reliably independent sources and correctly peer reviewed publications that could be quoted to support various viewpoints and may help go beyond PR spin from "business centres", website FAQs or "opinion" pieces being reprinted for catchy headlines.
Maybe others voting in this discussion have high quality sources not just opinion pieces from those paid to lobby for bitcoin and peer reviewed sources they can recommend:. But the global chip shortage means semiconductor foundries like Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.
They are also cautious about adding new capacity given how finicky crypto demand has proven to be. It is my understanding that the Wikimedia Movement wants to be a global movement. Thus I believe the fact that Bitcoin is legal tender and therefor an official currency in El Salvador should be taken into consideration when making a decision. I could not find that Wikimedia Foundation has active chapters in El Salvador.
However if we did have a chapter there it is my understanding that we would legally be required to accept Bitcoin in El Salvador. Also while looking at that page I wonder weather Wikimedia Foundation accepts all other official currencies of sovereign Nations or are there some currencies which are not accepted at all?
If so, why not? Currently, Accessing or sponsoring Wikipedia, or international non-profit organizations in general, is not exactly legal in a number of countries. Cryptocurrency is a way of contribution that allow individuals from those countries to made donation, without having to worry about their own personal information on the donation being revealed to the national government through the national banking system, and thus is a safer and lower risk option for them.
Not everyone living in such countries are in total poverty. Eliminating cryptocurrency as a mean of donation would increase the personal risk of donors coming from individuals in those countries, and this in my opinion is extremely undesirable. Identity of the donor will still be retained by the payment processor, however that payment processor is most likely in a different country from those aforementioned, and thus wouldn't have as much risk of donor personal information being revealed to relevant national governments.
C talk , 17 January UTC [ reply ]. Reading this thread is frustrating. I am one of those "small number of people" who make donations by crypto. I do not have any access to banking services. But in many parts of the world it is a powerful tool of financial inclusion and also the most economical and reliable way to send money. WMF could demonstrate its environmental commitment by encouraging newer crypto technologies such as Nano XNO while discouraging high-energy and high-fees BTC and ETH, which aren't really suited for donating small amounts anyway.
If you need further proof that PoS cryptocurrencies should at least be considered, here's an extract from an article in today's Financial Times archive :. The WWF published a well-sourced article about the "sustainability" of the Polygon blockchain network, I'm not familiar with this blockchain network and not particularly a fan of NFTs but it's worth a read.
Proof-of-stake cryptocurrencies are better than Proof-of-work in terms of energy usage, but they still consume large amounts of energy compared to more traditional payment systems because everyone needs to process and store everyone's payments. Additionally they suffer from all the other disadvantages all cryptocurrencies have, like Cryptocurrencies are only a tool for crime and a financial scam.
Per Wikipedia citing The Economist and two seemingly reliable sources :. The United States dollar is the de facto world currency. The petrodollar system originated in the early s in the wake of the Bretton Woods collapse. President Richard Nixon and his Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, feared that the abandonment of the international gold standard under the Bretton Woods arrangement combined with a growing U. In a series of meetings, the United States and the Saudi royal family made an agreement.
The United States would offer military protection for Saudi Arabia's oil fields, and in return the Saudi's would price their oil sales exclusively in United States dollars in other words, the Saudis were to refuse all other currencies, except the U. Given the massive environmental impact of oil, should we stop accepting USD donations? Abcd9 talk , 19 January UTC [ reply ]. On January 22nd, the Central Bank of Russia proposed to ban crypto mining, officially due to perceived risks to the country's energy supply.
The FSB convinced the Central Bank to ban cryptocurrencies in Russia as they are used to finance the opposition and independent media. Bloomberg , Meduza. Abcd9 talk , 20 January UTC [ reply ]. The Central Bank said "speculative demand" is driving the rapid growth of decentralized cryptocurrencies and risks creating a bubble in the market. Bloomberg earlier cited sources as saying that Russia's domestic security agency, the FSB, had lobbied central bank head Elvira Nabiulina for a ban.
The FSB cited concerns over Russians frequently using the hard-to-trace transactions to support "undesirable organisations", such as opposition groups. In a Cointelegraph article published today, they write,. Bitcoin was created as a way for people to send money over the internet. The digital currency was intended to provide an alternative payment system that would operate free of central control but otherwise be used just like traditional currencies.
Cracking this is, for all intents and purposes, impossible as there are more possible private keys that would have to be tested 22 56 than there are atoms in the universe estimated to be somewhere between 10 78 to 10 There have been several high profile cases of bitcoin exchanges being hacked and funds being stolen, but these services invariably stored the digital currency on behalf of customers.
What was hacked in these cases was the website and not the bitcoin network. In theory if an attacker could control more than half of all the bitcoin nodes in existence then they could create a consensus that they owned all bitcoin, and embed that into the blockchain. But as the number of nodes grows this becomes less practical. A realistic problem is that bitcoin operates without any central authority. Because of this, anyone making an error with a transaction on their wallet has no recourse.
If you accidentally send bitcoins to the wrong person or lose your password there is nobody to turn to. Of course, the eventual arrival of practical quantum computing could break it all. Much cryptography relies on mathematical calculations that are extremely hard for current computers to do, but quantum computers work very differently and may be able to execute them in a fraction of a second.
Mining is the process that maintains the bitcoin network and also how new coins are brought into existence. The first miner to solve the next block broadcasts it to the network and if proven correct is added to the blockchain. That miner is then rewarded with an amount of newly created bitcoin. Inherent in the bitcoin software is a hard limit of 21 million coins.
There will never be more than that in existence. The total number of coins will be in circulation by Roughly every four years the software makes it twice as hard to mine bitcoin by reducing the size of the rewards. When bitcoin was first launched it was possible to almost instantaneously mine a coin using even a basic computer. Now it requires rooms full of powerful equipment, often high-end graphics cards that are adept at crunching through the calculations, which when combined with a volatile bitcoin price can sometimes make mining more expensive than it is worth.
Miners also choose which transactions to bundle into a block, so fees of a varying amount are added by the sender as an incentive. Once all coins have been mined, these fees will continue as an incentive for mining to continue. This is needed as it provides the infrastructure of the Bitcoin network. In the domain name. It set out the theory and design of a system for a digital currency free of control from any organisation or government.
The central bank must be trusted not to debase the currency, but the history of fiat currencies is full of breaches of that trust. The following year the software described in the paper was finished and released publicly, launching the bitcoin network on 9 January
This assertion is evident in the explosion of Initial Exchange offerings IEOs , which startups are increasingly adopting. Here, an exchange uses its platform as a launching pad for startup offerings for a share of the funds raised from the crowdsale campaign. While all cryptocurrency exchanges perform the same tasks, albeit, in slightly different ways, it is imperative to know the differentiating factors that separate these entities and how it should feature in your research.
These factors include: The Governance Model of The Crypto Exchange Cryptocurrencies, like bitcoin, opened our eyes to the possibilities of decentralization and the downsides of centralized systems. It is, therefore, unsurprising that the concept, which borders on autonomy, has its place within the auspices of the exchange market. As such, there are decentralized cryptocurrency exchanges stylized as Dex. A cryptocurrency exchange that falls under this category gives users autonomy as regards their private keys.
In essence, a decentralized exchange allows direct communication between traders. There is no need for intermediaries or requirements that entails users to transfer the control of their holdings to exchanges. Here, smart contracts feature prominently to deal with issues that could trigger disputes. Some of the advantages of trading on Dex is the zero or negligible transaction fee it offers users as well as its insusceptibility to attacks and hacks — since the platform does not own or operate wallets.
Likewise, the framework of this class of exchanges promotes privacy. Know Your Customer and Anti-Money Laundering procedures do not apply to Dex users, especially the fully decentralized ones. On the other hand, centralized trading platforms, which are the most popular exchanges, stand as intermediaries and central authorities governing the activities of users. And so, they establish ecosystems, which rely on their capacity to provide fast and secure trading infrastructures.
In return, central exchanges charge trading fees for the transactions enabled on their websites. Also, they run an exchange model that entails users to utilize their hot wallet services before they can access the exchange facilities. Like the decentralized exchanges, the centralized ones have their advantages. Perhaps the most obvious one is the unparalleled liquidity and the trade volume they offer.
Users get to carry out instantaneous trades since centralized exchanges can generate and support more activities than decentralized ones. The Type of Exchanges the Platform Enables The second differentiating factor of exchanges is the type of trades the platform enables. Some exchanges offer users exchange facilities for trading pairs involving fiat currencies and cryptocurrencies. In other words, users can buy crypto with fiat currencies or sell cryptocurrencies for fiat directly on the sites.
That said, some restrict their members to crypto to crypto trades. The type of exchanges you are looking to undertake would determine the type of trading platform Furthermore, we have exchanges providing trading infrastructures for crypto derivatives. Here, traders can trade futures and speculate on the future price movements of cryptocurrencies. In most cases, these platforms also enable margin trading, which allows traders to leverage their positions and multiply their profits.
Then there are trading platforms providing crowdfunding services in the form of IEOs to new crypto projects. These platforms usually function like launching pads by showcasing new projects and using its influence to help source for investors. In return, the token issuers pay the exchange a percentage of funds raised. Now that you have an insight into the various classes of exchanges available to crypto participants, the next section will explore some of the questions you need to answer when considering an exchange for your various crypto activities.
Is the Exchange Legal in Your Location? By now, you should have an idea of the legal standing of crypto in your location. Countries with strict regulatory standpoints on matters relating to crypto usually restrict the activities of crypto exchanges. For people located in such countries, cryptocurrency trading or transacting on exchanges might attract penalties.
As such, you should ensure that trading crypto is legal in your location before accessing exchange services. For people living in countries that allow exchanges to operate, there is a need to verify that the cryptocurrency exchange of your choice satisfies regulatory requirements. Since nations are beginning to set up frameworks for their respective exchange market, it has become difficult for exchange platforms to run a global business model.
And so, the credible ones would rather snub users located in countries with strict requirements. A case study is foreign exchanges' reluctance to offer services to US traders because of the unfavorable regulatory terrain of the country. Participants located in this region have only one viable option, which is to patronize US-based cryptocurrency exchanges that have secured licenses to run an exchange business.
The same applies to nations formulating and revising the legal obligations of exchanges operating within their jurisdiction. In other words, you should ensure that the exchange you want to adopt is legal in your location before registering or executing trades on it. Quality customer service culture has become a standard in the business world. For one, top cryptocurrency exchanges with globally known brands must set up customer support that caters to a diverse community. As such, these platforms must offer multi-language support systems, which will help users communicate their queries faster and more efficiently.
For a fast-paced ecosystem like the crypto space, accessing quick and helpful responses to queries could go a long way to determine how much profit you make from your crypto activities. You should ensure that your exchange has a robust customer support system that includes live chat, phone support, email support, and so on. It is also advisable to check that the crypto trading platform is active on popular social media networks. Cryptocurrency exchange sites deliver several trading features to help users go about their businesses in the crypto market.
That said, your ability to access these features and utilize them properly defines how fast you can capitalize on market trends. This is where user experience comes in. User experience is a critical factor to consider when researching crypto exchanges. Here, you need to gauge your expertise in using trading tools found on exchanges, and how easy it is to access and utilize them.
To ensure that trading experience is at a premium, you should check that the design and layout of the platform allow easy navigation. The more the features of an exchange, the complex it is for new entrants. For newbies, it is advisable to go for an exchange that adopts a simple user interface and less technical trading tools.
On the other hand, experts might prefer loaded exchanges, depending on the type and volume of trades they execute. Regardless of the level of expertise of users, it is preferable to adopt a trading platform with a quality mobile app. Does It Support Advanced Trading? Just as new entrants will thrive in less complicated trading ecosystems, advanced traders revel in a trading platform loaded with an array of trading features and tools.
They would not mind having access to sophisticated and customizable charting tools. For experts, it is imperative to check for additional features embedded in crypto trading infrastructures and ensure that tools ideal for complex analysis are available not only on the web format of the platform but also on the mobile app. As mentioned earlier, centralized exchanges continue to reign supreme over the market. This statement is evident in the volume of trades they process.
The largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the space have the infrastructure in place to fill orders, regardless of their sizes. As such, if instantaneous trade is what you want, then large centralized exchanges are the best fit for you. Nonetheless, liquidity, which is a bit dicey, also comes to play when choosing a trading platform. It is advisable to opt for crypto exchange offering high liquidity. You can gauge liquidity by analyzing the number of crypto pairs available on the platform.
For people who own diversified crypto portfolios, it is imperative to verify that your chosen crypto exchange has a list of trade pairs that encapsulate your crypto portfolio. Due to the importance of this factor, Coinmarketcap added the liquidity metric to rank cryptocurrency exchanges and determine their penchant for negating the volatility of the market when executing orders. Although popular cryptocurrency exchanges offer a long list of pairs, there is, however, no guarantee that they will support lesser-known coins.
In this case, the best option is to look to smaller crypto exchanges or decentralized exchanges for trading services. Though this might entail that you adopt the services of two or more platforms, it, however, leaves you with an array of options and enough room to bypass issues arising from low liquidity.
All in all, it is imperative to sort crypto exchanges by volume or the level of liquidity they offer. Is the Exchange Decentralized or Centralized? Like we mentioned earlier, the governance model of cryptocurrency trading ecosystems is one of the core factors differentiating these platforms. On the one hand, we have centralized exchanges offering custody services, subject to compliance requirements, pushing high trading volume, and so on.
On the other hand, decentralized exchanges maintain autonomy, preserve user privacy, and evade common security threats. Once you identify the differentiating factor of these two classes of trading infrastructures, it becomes easier to choose the best cryptocurrency exchanges.
Custody should resonate in your decision-making process. Questions to ask here include: is the exchange imposing a wallet infrastructure? Or do I remain in control of my assets at all times? In contrast, a decentralized exchange allows users to execute trades directly from their private wallets. Another vital detail to consider is your viewpoints on privacy. If you are interested in building new services based on the Bitcoin protocol, start with this entry. It gives you some creative ideas that you can take from here.
Bitcoin blogs Besides the Bitcoin Wiki entries, there is a number of blogs that are relevant. Bitbond Blog :: Covers finance and banking related topics of Bitcoin. The blog is published by Bitcoin peer-to-peer lending platform Bitbond. Articles are published on a weekly basis. The site also runs a great bitcoin affiliate program. Bitcoin Blogger :: A well written blog with up to date news about Bitcoin.
Publishes articles almost daily. Bitcoin Examiner :: One of my favorite daily Bitcoin blogs. A good mix of relevant Bitcoin news and trivia. Their blog covers topics of larger meaning to Bitcoin itself. Also, they have a quarterly grant which they always announce on this blog. And that's what it is - a well written blog from the perspective of a user. Bitcoin Magazine :: The Magazine was probably one of the first Bitcoin publications.
They even have a printed paper issues that you can buy on Amazon. The blog publishes articles daily. The head-writer Vitalik Buterin has tremendous in-depth knowledge about a wide range of Bitcoin related topics. It is not just a good resource for Bitcoin news but also for in-depth articles on every aspect of Bitcoin. Network status and alerts :: This one is not exactly a blog.
But it's probably the best way to learn about Bitcoin related network issues as fast as possible. The RSS feed would let you know if there is a network problem. This is crucial if you rely on Bitcoin as a technology on a daily basis. Bitcoinism :: A blog which is more about the political side of Bitcoin. Bitcoins21 :: A German blog that covers mainly economics related Bitcoin topics.
Some of the articles are translations of the author's articles from English to German. Bitslog :: Articles and analyses about a wide range of mostly technological Bitcoin topics. This blog is also in German, but since German speaking people are approximately the third largest Bitcoin user group there might be some of you who find this interesting.
CoinDesk :: This is the blog which currently has the highest frequency in publishing articles. It covers all Bitcoin and crypto-currency related topics. It also offers some good material if you're new to Bitcoin. Another way of looking at Bitcoin is to reagrd it as digital gold. That's the approach of this blog. Dustin D. Trammell :: Dustin is an entrepreneur and security researcher and one of the very early Bitcoin adopters. His Bitcoin related articles shed light on topics many Bitcoin newbies would never know of without his statements.
He shares his results on this blog. He works as a lead developer on the Bitcoin project. In his personal blog he shares some of his knowledge. Life on Bitcoin :: This blog is written by a newly married couple which traveles the world and purely lives on Bitcoin. They have some great stories to tell from their trip around the world.
At the same time, they prove how far the Bitcoin economy has advanced. The provided link directly opens the feed as there is no associated website for a Bitcoin category. The Genesis Block :: A well written mostly mining and trading related blog. In his personal blog he covers regulatory and innovation related Bitcoin and crypto-currency aspects. Jon also writes for the above listed blog CoinDesk.
Bitcoin charts This list provides links to Bitcoin charts on various sites. You can also pull the data from this site directly or embedd a price chart on your website like the one below. It is mainly a block explorer see Bitcoin Research and a web wallet. But the site also provides many interesting charts.
Most of which are based on data from the Bitcoin block chain. The great thing is that you can pull the data that goes into these charts directly into a spread sheet or display them in a browser. This allows you to make analyses based on the retreived data. Much of the data is also shown on charts which makes it well readable. Bitcoin network graphs :: Graphical representations of the network difficulty, hash rate and other factors. One shows Bitcoin market charts. These are very easy to use.
You can choose an exchange, the currency and make further configutations of the data display. The other part shows embedabble charts for webmasters. You can use these charts for your website which comes in pretty handy.
Cryptocoin Charts :: The most comprehensive overview of different digital currency pairs and the respective exchange rates. When you click on a particular currency pair a price chart becomes available. There is also a beta version which shows lists of cryptocurrencies and exchanges. Also available as a smartphone app. Quandl Bitcoin data :: Quandl is a website for a wide range of data.
Their Bitcoin section is mostly an aggregation of data from blockchain. The good thing is that they are one single source for a large amount of Bitcion related data. They also provide an API which makes it easy to retrieve data for own purposes. Bitcoin statistics and other sources The following links don't perfectly fit into other categories of this site. Crypto-Currency Market Capitalizations :: Check out the market capitalization of many crypto-currencies in one overview Earn Bitcoins :: This is a comprehensive list of sites where you can earn Bitcoins.
It is great to see how many ways there are to earn Bitcoins for a living. Bitcoin Average :: Bitcoin price information calculated as a weighted average of different exchanges that meet certain criteria. The data is also available through their API. Bitnodes :: This projects shows the number of Bitcoin nodes per country. Therefore it is an estimate about the distribution of Bitcoin users around the world. Fiatleak :: A world map that shows data from major Bitcoin exchanges.
It's amazing to see graphically how fiat money goes into the Bitcoin system.
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