A subreddit devoted to all things Bitcoin has launched an all-currency converter that converts between different currencies.
This one is a bit different than others, and it has a more comprehensive view of all major currencies.
Here’s how to use it.
The converter is powered by a custom script and requires the use of a cryptocurrency wallet (notably, Coinbase).
It’s also very simple to use, with only a few lines of code and no external dependencies.
This makes it a lot more accessible to people who want to try Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, but don’t want to spend hours downloading a wallet app or setting up an account.
If you’re already familiar with Bitcoin, this should be fairly familiar.
There are a few features that will make it easier to use the app: you can set your own custom currency symbols (or simply use the default ones), you can use multiple currencies, you can enter a custom URL (using the URL syntax), and you can create and share custom filters.
All in all, the interface is pretty simple and easy to use.
If that’s not enough, the app offers a pretty comprehensive database of all the supported cryptocurrencies, with links to more information on each currency.
If this sounds like something you want to start using, you’ll be able to do so within minutes.