Avid readers of Toshi Times will know that the cryptocurrency world is in constant flux, with dozens of daily stories ranging from trivial to important, and interesting to bizarre.
Although we at Toshi Times pride ourselves on delivering the most important blockchain and cryptocurrency-related news for your reading pleasure, some stories will inevitably slip through.
However, there is a convenient solution for those looking to keep an eye on the latest developments in the cryptocurrency industry without the need to scour the web. More specifically, using CoinSpectator allows you to view the latest crypto-related stories.
CoinSpectator is a news aggregation service that specializes in cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. However, CoinSpectator also has a few handy features to help users make sense of the articles and avoid information overload.
For example, CoinSpectator labels articles with both green and red smiley faces, to allow readers to easily gauge the sentiment of the article – with a green smiley face symbolizing positive sentiment and a greyed-out face denoting neutral sentiment, whilst a red frowning face represents negative sentiment.
Furthermore, CoinSpectator allows subscribers to vote on articles, to help other readers understand what type of article they are confronted with. Readers have an option of labeling stories with either ”Bullish”, ”Bearish”, ”Shilling” or ”FUD” to choose as a label on articles.
In addition to this, CoinSpectator allows users to rate articles with a traditional ”thumbs up” or ”thumbs down” voting function. This gives readers an even more comprehensive view of popular or unreliable articles, which allows them to separate the wheat from the chaff, as well as save time in judging which articles are worth taking a look at.
Moreover, those who cannot get enough of breaking cryptocurrency and blockchain-related stories can follow CoinSpectator on Twitter, to get their fill of fresh crypto news.
In summary, CoinSpectator is a valuable tool to gauge the industry and educate yourself, whether you are a blockchain enthusiast, a cryptocurrency trader, or a crypto naysayer.
Nevertheless, CoinSpectator also offers an ICO feed, which lets readers take a look at ”hot”, ”active”, ”upcoming”, and ”ended” ICOs – as well as ICOs that have been proven to be mere ”scams”.
Similarly, links to the relevant white paper, social media accounts and other links of interest are also included. The ICO feed also states when specific ICOs were started and when they are going to end, all of which makes researching ICOs notably easier.
Furthermore, CoinSpectator has also got price tickers at the bottom of the page for the major cryptocurrency coins, meaning that readers can always have one eye on the state of the cryptocurrency industry.
Put simply, CoinSpectator is a powerful tool that allows you to get a comprehensive overview of all breaking cryptocurrency and blockchain-related news.
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Rasmus Pihl is a writer for Toshi Times by day and an avid follower of the blockchain industry by night. Rasmus holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from the Gothenburg School of Business, Economics, and Law and runs a Swedish marketing consulting firm. Moreover, when he isn’t writing for Toshi Times, traveling, working or changing the world in some other capacity, Rasmus is more than likely caught up in postgraduate studies.