Crypto Enthusiasts Resources, Ep. 4: Coinbuzz.Stream
This is the fourth day of my 30 days challenge dedicated to crypto resources. Each day I will post a relevant resource (used by me, or recommended) and at the end of each post you'll see a list of all the previous articles.
Today I thought to present you an interesting project, still in beta. It's a news aggregator, and you can find it at coinbuzz.stream. The services crawls Twitter, reddit and Google (apparently, only the trends chart) and displays the information in a trello like layout.
While I don't think this is suitable for a day to day usage (or maybe yes, for some people, this may work) I think it's very useful to quickly spot trends. Having a significant part of the information in one place gives a bit of an edge. Whenever I see a big surge or drop in crypto, my go-to source is Twitter, but I think I'll give coinbuzz a try, it might cover cases that Twitter doesn't.
At this moment, coinbuzz tracks only about 11 coins, so for the alts there is still room for somebody to build a similar service. Hint, hint...
- Crypto Enthusiasts Resources, Ep. 3: Bitcoin Magazine
- Crypto Enthusiasts Resources, Ep. 1: Altcoins Ups And Downs
- Crypto Enthusiasts Resources, Ep. 2: BitcoinTalk Forum
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