Introducing Cryptoradar

Cryptoradar — or where do I get my Bitcoins, Ether, Litecoins, Dash and Monero the cheapest?

Cryptoradar
Dec 1, 2017 · 1 min read

Cryptocurrency is all the rage these days. However, especially in the past two days, we bet you’ve noticed that cryptocurrency prices are extremely volatile. Sometimes it’s Kraken that offers the best exchange rate, the other day it’s Bitfinex. Crypto enthusiasts always need to know where they can get the most bitcoins for their hard-earned fiat money.

Enter Cryptoradar

Being crypto enthusiasts ourselves, we want to solve this problem and bring more transparency to the market by launching Cryptoradar, a real-time cryptocurrency price comparison website that not only gives you the best price but also lets you compare various exchanges based on various features.

At first glance, this might seem like an obvious solution. But if you look closer, you’ll notice that most websites that compare cryptocurrency exhanges focus on social discussion, top lists and reviews in contrast to an intuitive and quick price comparison tool.

Our core feature is reflected in our name, Cryptoradar. A radar is sending out electromagnetic waves which reflect off objects and return to the radar, giving information about the object’s location and speed. Instead of electromagnetic waves, Cryptoradar is sending out bits and bytes to cryptocurrency exchanges to determine the best available price.

We’d love to hear your thoughts, so please don’t hesitate to say hi in the comments.

Last but not least, are now live on ProductHunt. Don’t forget to upvote!

Regards,
The Cryptoradar Team

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