Find interesting people, groups and communities around Bitcoin.
- 1 Forums
- 2 Social networks
- 3 Meetups
- 4 IRC Chat
- 5 Non-profit organizations
Similar to conventional forums, BitcoinTalk was built off an open-source forum content management system called simple machine forum [SMF], hence a familiar environment.
The forum is categorized as follows:
This category is further broken down into sub-categories such as Bitcoin Discussion, Development & Technical Discussion, Mining, Bitcoin Technical Support, and Project Development
This category hosts discussions on economics, Marketplace, and Trading Discussion
Although you could start from any part of the forum, however, this group hosts new sections for Beginners & Help, off-topic, Politics & Society, and Archival.
You may be wondering; this is a bitcoin forum, why talk about alternative cryptocurrencies. Well, you have to be aware of the latest happenings around you so you can adapt, accordingly. The Altcoins category hosts Altcoins discussions, Altcoins Announcements, mining Altcoins, Altcoins marketplace, Altcoins Speculation.
Want to feel at home in your local language? Well sure, here is the right place for you. You might even find people within your community that are in the cryptocurrency space and interact.
The Bitcoin community just had to have an online presence on Reddit, in the form of a subReddit given the timely, interactive, personalized, participatory, and absorbing nature of the community. Bitcoin subReddit is a cool community of Bitcoin enthusiasts, offering a place where you go to see what people have found. So if you love Bitcoin and its blockchain technology, then you are welcome aboard.
Bitcoin Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for Bitcoin crypto-currency enthusiasts. It only takes a few minutes to Join them.
Join the Bitcoin community on Google+. If you are familiar with other popular social network portals and micro-blogging platforms, then you won’t want to miss out on a massive aggregation of latest Bitcoin discussions and happenings.
Meet Bitcoiners on Twitter, and follow up with latest trend posts on your favorite 140-280 character micro-blogging service
The social media/tech giant is not left out of the action. Follow up with breaking news and gossips on Facebook.
Are you considering organizing or joining Bitcoin group meetings in real life? Then you may want to visit these Bitcoin online social networking services, for upcoming meetups in your area.
The bitcoin meetups on the wiki contains detailed schedule of upcoming meetups, date, location, intervals, and the organizers.
Connect with fellow bitcoin developers and enthusiasts alike by using the following hash tags on IRC Chat
IRC Channels on freenode.
#bitcoin (General Bitcoin-related)
#bitcoin-dev (Development and technical)
#bitcoin-otc (Over The Counter exchange)
#bitcoin-market (Live quotes from markets)
#bitcoin-mining (Bitcoin mining related)
Below is a long list of Bitcoin Non-Profits all over the world. Follow the links and find the ones in your community.
A Visit to the Community portal on the wiki for more information.