The first was FiatLeak.com, which shows the amount of BTC purchased and where in the world those purchases take place in real time. Then we saw CoinMarketcap.com, which calculates and ranks the ever-changing market caps of the more than forty virtual currencies being traded out there.
Now something else has been brought to my attention. It is very
different, but just as cool and potentially much more useful. The site
is CoinMap.org and it serves as a sort
of Google Maps for Bitcoin. The site attempts to plot the various brick
and mortar retail locations across the globe that accept BTC.
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