Bitcorati Launches New Bitcoin Forum

The FBI shut down of Silk Road last week has since resulted in a mere hiccup in a continued trend upward for Bitcoin. However, within the community and for many passionately involved in Bitcoin, the hacking and subsequent shut down of Bitcointalk.org was even bigger news.

Although the world’s most popular Bitcoin forum is back online, many have asked about alternatives. Well, ask no more! Originally planned as just a feature of the Bitcorati directory, development on the Bitcorati Bitcoin Forum was accelerated last week and is now live for public use!

Besides Bitcointalk.org, the Bitcoin Foundation manages an internal forum of about 1,000 members and the Reddit.com/r/bitcoin offers a popular forum with aggregated news and discussions for over 50,000 subscribers.

Although we count ourselves among many who will continue to use other forums, the Bitcorati forum offers a stylish and simple bitcoin forum alternative that is more open, secure and intended for a larger more mainstream audience. Newbies, experts, and everyone in between are welcome.

The Bitcorati Bitcoin Forum prides itself on simplicity, security, openness, and professionalism. We avoid politics, games, annoying .gif animations, VIP gimmicks, and interruptive ads after every comment. If this sounds like your kind of forum, please donate! Your donation goes a long way to ensuring forum integrity and funding projects that help encourage adoption, acceptance, and legitimacy of Bitcoin worldwide. Thank you for your support!

Visit beta.bitcorati.com to join the forum.

Enjoy!

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Update: As of January 7, 2014, this bitcoin forum has been fully integrated into Bitcorati.com!

About The Author

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Ryan is a tech professional with experience in marketing and advertising, research and analytics, business strategy and web development. He left his full-time job at eBay to focus on Bitcoins and his role as founder and CEO of Bitcorati.com and other Bitcoin related projects. Ryan has a strong background in finance and economics from his days as a commercial real estate analyst. His interest in Bitcoins began in September 2012 and has been closely researching and investing in the digital currency ever since!

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