If you’re looking for the best place to discuss cryptocurrencies, Bitcointalk becomes the obvious number one choice — it’s the oldest and biggest internet forum about the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies as a whole. The website launched in 2009 when Bitcoin was worth just about a fraction of a cent.
Originally, Bitcointalk was created by Satoshi Nakamoto — the creator of Bitcoin, who may or may not be a person or a group of people whose identity has remained in the shadows ever since. Prior to creating Bitcointalk, Satoshi would use SourceForge to discuss his creation. Unfortunately, the logs of those discussions are gone now. His original Bitcointalk profile is still available — last seen online 13 December 2010 ( https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3 )
According to stats, there are 2.66 million registered users on the forum who have written over 52.5 million posts in total. Since its creation, Bitcointalk has had a few billion pageviews. An average of 500 new users sign up every day with the ratio of men to women at 4:1.
Bitcointalk.org was built with SMF — an open-source software pack.
Its design and functionality haven’t really changed since the day it launched.
The “Announcements (Altcoins)” subforum is one of the most popular on the entire website, followed by “Bitcoin discussion” and “Altcoin discussion”.
Our project has decided to start a thread on that subforum — we invite you to visit the official Bankcoin Reserve project thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5199314.new#new