CCN Websites of the Week: Multi-Coin Wallet, Accurate Bitcoin Prices, and More

Journalist:
Neil Sardesai @@neilsardesai
March 2, 2014

Happy Sunday, everyone. Here are the Websites of the Week for February 23rd to March 2nd.

Terrawallet

Terrawallet is a multi-coin, online wallet.

Terrawallet is an online, multi-coin wallet. It supports Bitcoin, Litecoin, Namecoin, and most other alt-coins. Terrawallet is beautifully designed and “95% finished,” according to the developer. There’s just one catch. The developer doesn’t have time for the project, so he’s selling it. You can try a demo of Terrawallet here. Hopefully someone purchases and continues to develop this promising project.

bkchain.org

bkchain.org is a multi-currency blockchain explorer.

As you can probably guess from the name, “bkchain.org” is a blockchain explorer. It not only supports Bitcoin, but also Litecoin, Peercoin, and Dogecoin. It’s nothing fancy, but if you’re looking for a quick and simple blockchain explorer, bkchain.org is a great choice.

CoinMap

CoinMap displays a map of places that accept Bitcoin and Litecoin.

CoinMap is relatively more popular than the other sites featured on Websites of the Week, but in case you haven’t heard of it, CoinMap displays a map of places that accept Bitcoin and Litecoin. CoinMap relies on the OpenStreetMap project, making it easy to add new locations to the map.

“To list your venue go to OpenStreetMap editor and add payment:bitcoin=yes tag to it (or payment:litecoin=yes for Litecoin).”

BitcoinAverage

BitcoinAverage displays a weighted average price for BTC.

BitcoinAverage is an open-source resource to get a weighted average price for BTC. The price is calculated by averaging it across almost all Bitcoin exchanges and is nearly real-time, so if you’re looking for a super accurate Bitcoin price, BitcoinAverage is a great choice. They’ve also got some nice charts to play with.

That’s it for this week! Come back every Sunday for CryptoCoinsNews’ hand-picked Websites of the Week.

Last modified (UTC): April 24, 2014 16:08

Tags: Bitcoin
Neil Sardesai @@neilsardesai

I enjoy keeping up with the latest stuff in science and technology and have been following Bitcoin for a few years now. I also occasionally post cool stuff on twitter.