Bitcoin.com Launches Cryptocurrency Market Cap Aggregator – Satoshi Pulse
One of the most important bitcoin and cryptocurrency news sites, Bitcoin.com, has launched a new Cryptocurrency Market Capitalization Aggregator. The tool will be called Satoshi Pulse and will display information about the most important virtual currencies in the market.
As virtual currencies expand, new analytical tools are required to be informed about the latest market trends. At the moment there are several aggregators in the market that offer a similar product to Satoshi Pulse, but they are confusing and tend to have unfavourable advertisements.
Satoshi Pulse has a very clean interface that displays the top 500 virtual currencies in the market to make it less confusing for the crypto enthusiast / investor. At the same time, the new cryptocurrency market cap aggregator displays the current prices of cryptocurrencies and hourly, daily, and weekly percentages.
Users are able to choose a set of favorites virtual currencies to watch, filter the coins they like, and personalize the experience. If a user wants to have specific details about a specific digital currency, they just need to click on it and a new page will show the daily, weekly, half a year and year worth of price plots. Other data will be included, such as capitalization rank, 24-hour trading volume, coins in circulation and more.
CEO of Bitcoin.com, Roger Ver, commented about Satoshi Pulse:
“Satoshi Pulse offers a beautiful interactive way to visualize the cryptocurrency marketplace. The service offers real-time as well as historical stats for the top cryptocurrencies – We look forward to bringing our users continued improvements to this already robust platform.”
The Satoshi Pulse tool will be one of the many other features that Bitcoin.com has. Currently, the news site offers a wallet for every single operative system, a block explorer, a forum, games, and other services.
It is important to note Roger and Bitcoin.com are going through a pending lawsuit from 1,000+ crypto community members for “fraud”, claiming bitcoin cash (BCH) to be the real bitcoin (BTC). Regardless of how you may feel upon this situation, one thing is clear, the crypto industry has been far better off with Roger involved. Foror those who hate on ‘bcash' and think bitcoin cash is a shit-altcoin and Roger is a fraud for promoting it should be glad there will be innovation come from both sides claiming which features are necessary and absolute if we will ever scale to the world, moon and universe.