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  • Crypto Resources

    Posted by Cameron on 2021-08-13 at 6:57 am

    – Shows high volume trades and the value of them (Buys/Sells)

    – Live map of the world that shows inflow and outflow of various cryptos. (Can even choose a specific Cryptocurrency or Country)

    – Blockchain information for Bitcoin (BTC) including historical prices, the most recently mined blocks, the mempool size of unconfirmed transactions, and data for the latest transactions.

    – Gives various charts not offered on Exchanges, such as mining pools, staking pools, etc.

    – Offers charts and information on Staked cryptocurrency totals and availability. (Shows additional Crypto information such as chain type, categories, and derivatives.

    -Probably one of the best sites overall for watching crypto prices. Also can link your portfolio and watch the value in comparison on the site. Lots of useful information and charting.

    Quintin replied 2 years, 7 months ago 2 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Cameron

    2021-08-13 at 7:06 am

    – This is one of the best faucets that I’ve found and used personally. Not going to get rich, but it’s free BTC and they send spins daily that offer up to 5,000 Satoshi’s. Free roll every hour, offering up to $200 in BTC per roll. They have a lottery system in which you get tickets by rolls or spins. Just another shot at more free cryptocurrency. They offer around 4.08% interest currently on values over 30,000 Satoshi’s. (This is also the minimum to cash out) I can confirm this site does work and I have personally withdrew Satoshi’s to my wallet.

    My referral code is:

    This will give you additional Lottery Tickets, Rewards Points, and 50% of my free roll earnings. Even if you don’t use it, I will earn you Satoshi’s over time at a slow rate. Again, free Crypto.

  • Quintin

    2021-09-02 at 6:13 pm

    I’m going to have to check these out sometime soon, CryptoQuant and FiatLink seem very interesting to me. Will add these to my favorites to use for analysis. Do you have any further resources that are great to use?

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