Best site for prices

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  • Jeffrey Tucker

    This is the one I use http://preev.com just because t is simple and tells you what you need to know

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  • Luke Parker

    Preev is awesome for a quick-glance of the price, but more often than not I need to see the chart… For that, only BitcoinWisdom will do.

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    Not Required

    I use this widget for Mac:

    http://www.quaerosoft.com/currencyconverterwidget/index.html

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    John R. Meese

    I highly recommend you check out bitcoinaverage.com. It’s an open-source project that calculates the current global average in your local currency by monitoring almost every exchange in the Bitcoin market at once.

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    Darryl W Perry

    I get the price from BitcoinAverage.com

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    Tomas Forgac

    BitcoinAverage as well.

    I also use their API’s 24hrs global weighted average for Coin Of Sale, which is the same source as Android Bitcoin Wallet uses, so then most customers when they scan the QR code, it shows them exactly the same price in fiat, which is nice

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    Amagi Metals

    We’ve always used BitPay:

    https://bitpay.com/bitcoin-exchange-rates

    We use that price because that’s the most liquid price when exchanges go down. At least that’s been the case in the past.

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    Josh K

    I like that preev.com site, nice and quick. No frills. For those seeking lots of data along with technical charts and the like, http://bitcoincharts.com/ is the best I’ve come across.  Completely customizable in just about every regard. The homepage also lists the price and 24h volume for various indices.

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    Panty Waste

    I typically type “bitcoin price” into DuckDuckGo.

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      Panty Waste

      If you use duckduckgo search, try it!

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    Roger Browne

    http://www.bitcoinwatch.com gives the pricing at multiple exchanges, plus weighted averages over the past 24hrs/7days/30days, plus some stats like blocks per hour and difficulty level.

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    Ady Sheerer

    I use bitcoinity.org/markets

    It’s very clear, easy to understand, it goes back 2 years, has all the main exchanges and 21 different currencies.

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