If you’re a cryptocurrency trader then you know that some of the best information you can get out on the market is from other people just like yourself. Raw, unbiased, and based upon real world experience, swapping stories with other traders about gains, losses, upcoming ICOs, and more is just part of the trade and is found in most every financial system.


Luckily there are forums out there on the Internet to consult with other traders just like yourself and learn more about this nascent industry. But there are a ton of them and not all of them focus on the same things. Some are more broadly based than others but even factors like the global audience attracted to these forums means that some people will find them more useful than other people will due to the differing laws surrounding cryptocurrency around the world.


In this article we’re going to give you a list of the top cryptocurrency/ bitcoin forums out there on the Internet as well as a brief introduction of each to help you find the forum that is right for you.

No matter what forum you use, and even if it isn’t in your native language, there is a veritable wealth of information out there about cryptocurrency trading of which you should take advantage. Even if you don’t speak the primary language of the forum you’ve visited, consider a browser add-on like Google translate and see what you can glean from the translation the bot spits back at you. After all, information is power and good info is still solid no matter the language.

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  1. Cryptomaniac

    An awesome forum available in multiple languages, Allcryptotalk has forums dedicated to Bitcoin and Ethereum as well as Alt Coins. The forum focuses on upcoming investment opportunities as well as current strategies with forums in English, Spanish, French, Arabic, and Vietnamese. 

  2. Cryptomaniac

    This website is more than a forum and actually has a blog featuring news and special reports from the world of cryptocurrency trading. From shopping to gambling, Bitcoingarden.org takes the broadest approach possible in its discussion of cryptocurrencies and is an English language website first and foremost. The forums, however, are quite like those on this list with a ton of topics and a huge, active community of investors. 

    While the blog portion of the website does not offer its content in other languages, the forums themselves have subsections dedicated to most of the major languages in the world including Russian, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Japanese, Indonesian, Vietnamese, Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese and a section for “Other languages” not included on this list.

  3. Cryptomaniac

    As the name implies, this forum is dedicated to talking about alt coins and initial coin offerings but also has spaces dedicated to the big names like Bitcoin. A sampling of the alt coins on discussion here include Dash, Monero, and Cardano, among others. There are also sections of the forum dedicated to mining, avoiding scams, blockchain tech in general, and discussions on taxation. 

    The local posts section will be of the most interest to non-English speakers and offers support for Arabic, Indonesian, Bengali, Spanish, Chinese, German, Greek, Japanese, and French as just a few of the languages offering localized forums.

    One thing worth mentioning about this forum is that it also has its own token.

  4. Cryptomaniac

    This forum is dedicated to Russian language cryptocurrency traders and offers 39 different subsections with one for English language users. Topics range from cryptocurrency trading strategies and Bitcoin mining to avoiding scams and news about upcoming ICOs.

  5. Cryptomaniac

    Another forum with a focus on Russian language traders, this site also has some limited posts in English and is a general forum much more like Altcoinstalks except for the fact that it is mainly in Russian. 

  6. Cryptomaniac

    8btc forum is one of the most popular cryptocurrency and blockchain forum in China. With over millions of visitors per month and a very active userbase, it is the go-to place for the hottest discussions about the industy ( if you know the language of course. )

  7. Cryptomaniac

    Another huge Russian forum, Moneymaker.team has tons of active discussions on almost every topic imaginable that is related to cryptocurrency and trading. Of course, the Russian language barrier does mean its audience is more limited than other forums on this list but, with the use of Google translate, traders might be able to glean something from the forum discussions which are many and varied. Another thing about Moneymaker.team is how active almost every thread is. There are no ghost towns here, making this forum one of the most robust russian forum on the Internet.

  8. Cryptomaniac

    One of if not the oldest bitcoin forum, Bitcointalk.org is created by the founder of bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, himself. Within the forum, there are sections on mining, altcoins, a marketplace, as well as an area where people can speculate about future values of cryptocurrencies, to name a few. What makes this forum attractive is its support for some languages not seen on this list including Greek, Hebrew, language support for India, Dutch, Romanian, Turkish, and Polish, among others.

  9. Cryptomaniac

    Another forum that offers more than just discussion, Cryptocompare offers one of the most advanced portfolio tracking system on the web. They also have sections dedicated to the reviews and educational resources for new and veteran traders alike. 

  10. Cryptomaniac

    Although it is not a forum purely on blockchain and cryptocurrency, it does feature a very active subforum on these topics. This website has a huge and active primarily Vietnamese audience but there are also posts in English occasionally. But, for a trader who speaks primarily Vietnamese, there is no other forum out there with this much going on in it. It has a visitor count of close to 1 million on a monthly basis.  

  11. Cryptomaniac

    If you need to promote something in the world of cryptocurrency or want to discuss faucets and giveaways, then Freecointalk.org is the go-to site for you. Easily the most active sub-forums on the site, discussions about giveaways, offers, and promoting various services dominates the discussion so beginners might find themselves a little overwhelmed by this website. The forum is in English and, though it does offer a section for “other languages,” that discussion is not nearly as active and represents a mish-mash of languages.

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