Where can I socialize with other crypto enthusiasts?
While ECashsociety is in itself a Bitcoin Community we also cover a variety of other money-making topics as well. It is for this reason I have decided to showcase the other Bitcoin communities of the web. While the majority of these may be Forums, I have come across multiple different websites that discuss Bitcoin in many forms, whether it be from a simple chat room, Reddit threads, Event/Meetup websites, or even an online art gallery that showcases artistic expressions of Bitcoin.
Being a fan of chat systems, I have decided to start with Tradingview’s Bitcoin chat which you can check out HERE. It has a very active community of chat members, and the community carries itself with a positive sort of vibe. I think this is a great place to socialize, and ask any questions you might have if you are new to Bitcoin altogether. Other than the chat system right on my front page of course!
If chat systems aren’t your sort of thing though, and you’re the type to stay more in the shadows then there’s countless different forums to choose from but I will point out the two largest minus Bitcoin Reddit. I have been a member of the first of these two, Bitcointalk.org For some time now, and can say that this is probably the best solo forum for Bitcoin on the web, and covers an endless number of topics for crypto enthusiasts of all nationalities. If you have a question about Bitcoin it is extremely likely you will find the answer here, and even more likely that someone has already asked the same question.
While I cannot see the point of ever needing to use another forum than the two above we still have one other forum that you guys could consider checking out, and that’s Bitcoinforum.com. This forum has been picking up some pace with active members, and covers an assortment of topics. I have found the forum to be very user friendly, and is a great place to start for a beginner especially with how overwhelming cryptocurrencies can be.
Maybe your tired of spending days on end at your computer monitoring the hash rate of your rig, and you desperately need to reconnect with the outside world? In this case getting together with another fan of crypto might just be exactly what you need, and don’t worry I have got you covered there as well. You should head directly over to Meetup.com and check out the topic Bitcoin for various events around the world. It has nearly 100,000 active members, and to this day it has scheduled more than 3,590 Bitcoin meetups.
This last site is just for a bit of humor, and though it does have a fair amount of active content being added I can’t see the point of going here for the hopes of learning much but would still be good to for taking a break from your crypto day trading, and having a laugh. You can check out btcartgallery.com for a few animated Bitcoin gifs, and memes as well as the odd and end useful information.