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Quick resource list for Blockchain news and technical information.

Coin Desk

A news site dedicated to Blockchain news with articles in many categories such Bitcoin mining, ICOs, Bitcoin regulation, Ethereum code update news, and many other financial to technical articles (but generally easy to read)


Great site for comparisons on many coin exchange rates relative to currencies like the US Dollar, Euro, etc. It also allows comparing to Btc which is useful to see how other coins are doing relative to Bitcoin.

Bitcoin to US Dollar


This news site keeps viewers up to date with all types of crypt news. This site also has some useful basic info links to learn about blockchain and bitcoin concepts:

Genesis Mining

This is a premier cloud miner. This allows those that do not want to get that hands dirty or electrocuted figuring setting up mining equipment. This model allows members to mine coins and choose different mining contracts that guarentee a certain hash rate. Electricity is a big component for mining so many people who do not have cheap utility rates then this is a viable option to mine bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin.


This is a company worth knowing about. They are the Chinese company behind the ASIC computers that are specific to mining bitcoin. Antminer S9 is currently the top performing bitcoin mining machine. These rigs are loud and require lots of energy. Because electric rates are an important factor in mining profitability, low cost hydro electric power locations in the US and Canada are in high demand.

The Antminer Products


This site is a grid of charts for bitcoin and many of the traded ICO coins.

GDAX Exchange

This exhange is part of Coinbase. This exchange is for bitcoin, ether, litecoin, bitcoin cash. It is a great place to start to learn the market system used to bid on pricing of coins. Much like stock option trading but simplified. You can transfer without a fee between you Coinbase account and Gdax and trading on Gdax lowers your fees to 0.25% from Coinbase 1.5% or more (these could vary but it does make a difference)


This is the well known company in San Francisco that has their online platform which store user wallets (and supposedly backed up with cold storage globally) which is easy to use and also allows beginners to learn to send money between wallets. Coinbase did turn over accounts of its members to the IRS for those trading over $20,000…or so goes the rumor.

Coinbase has 10 million members and 50 billion in transactions.

Interesting read on Coinbase Security for how they store wallets:

Coin Telegraph

Another quality top rated Crypto Currency news site with articles covering a wide range of blockchain subjects.

Worth Noting: Crypto 101 Articles on Coin Telegrah