Best Cryptocurrency Resources

Looking for the best cryptocurrency resources?

This curated cryptocurrency resources list is packed full of the best crypto resources available.

Best Cryptocurrency Resources

Buy Bitcoin (UK)

Looking for the best ways to buy bitcoin in the UK without paying high fees?

Check out the best places to buy bitcoin in the UK. I keep this post as up-to-date as possible.

Crypto Exchanges

Looking for the best places to buy alternative cryptocurrencies?

Check out this post.

Bitcoin Wallets

You can find a full list of wallets here. My favourite wallet is probably Electrum.

Hardware wallets are well-recommended across the crypto-community.

They’re not mandatory, but they make it simple to keep your cryptocurrency stash secure.

The most popular hardware wallets are the Ledger Nano S and Trezor.

Check out my reviews for both:

Crypto Portfolio Apps

Keeping track of your crypto portfolio can become a nightmare.

I’ve ranked the most popular and well-recommended crypto portfolio apps available in a recent post.

My two favourite options are:

Cryptocurrency News


Cryptocurrency-related news and articles.


Collect news and articles from numerous sources.

Market Prices
  • CoinMarketCap: shows market capitalisation, graphs, and related resources for over 1600 cryptocurrencies.
  • LiveCoinWatch: a cleaner and better-looking alternative to CoinMarketCap.
  • CoinGecko: like CoinMarketCap, but ranks cryptocurrencies
  • OnChainFX: an advanced version of CoinMarketCap. This one’s my favourite.
Charts & Data

  • TradingView: a great tool for technical analysis. It offers paid packages, but it isn’t necessary.
  • BFXdata: lots and lots of data to play around with.
  • 100eyes Crypto Scanner: receive cryptocurrency alerts via Telegram. Supports lots of coins and technical indicators.

YouTube Channels
  • Andreas Antonopoulos: Author of Mastering Bitcoin, Mastering Ethereum, and The Internet of Money. Uploads presentations and Q&A’s about Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and other Open Blockchain topics.
  • Chris Dunn: Entrepreneur and well-known cryptocurrency trader. Doesn’t publish regular content on his YouTube channel, but whatever he does upload is insightful and informative.
  • DataDash: A one-stop shop for all things cryptocurrency-related. Discusses the latest news, covers market movements and conducts video reviews of popular and upcoming cryptocurrencies. Usually top-quality stuff. It’s unsurprising that this channel now has over 300,000 subscribers.
  • Doug Polk Crypto: A combination of humour, honesty, and sharp critical analysis has made Doug Polk a near-instant community favourite. It also might help that he’s a well-known professional American poker player (who runs a poker YouTube channel too).
  • Ameer Rosic: Excellent, no-nonsense videos about cryptocurrency investment from entrepreneur, marketing expert, and blockchain evangelist. Videos are uploaded irregularly.
  • David Hay: Discusses the latest cryptocurrency news, explores new and emerging cryptocurrencies, and outlines his personal investment strategy.

Want Even More Resources?

As I find new resources, I’ll be improving on this list.

In the meantime, these other cryptocurrency resource lists should keep you busy:

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12 thoughts on “Best Cryptocurrency Resources”

  1. Under the “charts and data” you should consider adding! This is an alerting service that allows you to get alerts with charts whenever special Technical-Analysis based events happen, such as an RSI divergence or a support/resistance zone.

    Really useful if you just started trading and don’t know yet how to spot something more advanced like the RSI divergence I just mentioned

  2. Hi Dean,
    Nice post! I did not know Crypto Panic, and I found it was great. So thank you!
    You might also consider adding cryptomaniaks to build your list even more. They are an innovative cryptocurrency learning platform for beginners. They have the most comprehensive glossary I’ve ever seen ( and all the definitions are accessible right from their blog articles as well (no need to go to another page, just keep reading)


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