The Bit Forum – Join Today
We have teamed up with the creators of The Silver Forum to bring you The Bit Forum. The Silver Forum is the worlds largest online silver forum and they had a large number of members becoming increasingly intrigued with cryptocurrencies. We decided to collaborate with them as we wanted to create a huge global community where everyone interested in cryptocurrencies can get together and help each other learn and develop our understanding.
Whether you are a beginner or an expert you are welcome. When we looked at other online crypto forums we found them very difficult to navigate and are not user friendly. We have designed The Bit Forum to be exactly this. There is a lot of content there so if you have any questions or answers you can become part of the community.
Even better… There are regular weekly and monthly competitions on The Bit Forum, all of which are completely free to enter. The prizes range from cryptocurrencies to hardware wallets like trezor and ledger wallets. We need your help to make The Bit Forum in to the largest cryptocurrency forum in the world. So head on over and become part of the growing community today!!
These competitions are currently ongoing and open to all members of the forum. To enter simply comment on one or both of the posts. Please read the competition instructions before entering. Good Luck!
- Win a Trezor Hardware wallet – Enter Here
The last competitions have seen prizes of NEO and Litecoin and these prizes have been scooped up by lucky members of the community
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