5 Resources for Crypto Investors

There are many websites of various levels of quality that cater to cryptocurrency and token investors. Here are five online communities that truly add value to the ecosystem in my opinion.



Created in 2013, CoinMarketCap has a simple function: listing the top 100 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization (that being said you can now expand the view to see more items beyond number 100). As time went by, the site also started listing tokens and exchanges.

ICO Hot List


ICO Hot List curates past, active and upcoming ICOs.

Dead Coins


We all can learn from failure, that is why the founders of “Dead Coins” are curating an ever growing list of non-active cryptocurrencies and tokens. The items are classified under categories: “deceased”, “hack”, “scam” and “parody”. Users are able to submit new entries through a contact form.

Crypto Panic


Crypto Panic is a thorough news aggregator dedicated to the crypto space. Within the simple interface, one can even set up price alerts.

Coins Calendar


As you might know already, there are a multitude of events specializing in cryptocurrencies  and blockchain all over the globe. Needless to say, it can be hard to keep up. Coins Calendar lists past and future events, and one can sort by “event type”, “coin name”, “event category”. There is even a “real / fake” indicator expressed in percentage.

That’s all for now. I hope to find other value-adding tools in the near future.

The information provided in this article does not constitute investment advice, financial advice, trading advice or any other sort of advice.

Written By: Phil Siarri

Phil Siarri is an innovation management professional and fintech observer. He has been selected as one of Canada’s top 40 social influencers in finance, innovation and risk by Thomson Reuters, as well as top 50 fintech influencers in Montreal by FinFusion.

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