I am glad to have been able to provide bitcoinsubway.cash as a service to the community for the last 6 months, but I regret that I can no longer to afford to keep it running myself.
However with community support it can be brought back online. It costs roughly $100/month to run this site's servers. Please share this message if you'd like to see it back in action!
Donations are welcomed at:
Sponsorship/advertising opportunities are available as well. Contact "wеbmаѕtеr" (at this site's domain) for more information.
Screenshots of the site in operation are available here: https://imgur.com/a/NXQBPep
This site is now running in a low-cost state. Click the Donations link below for more information. Screenshots of the site in operation are available here: https://imgur.com/a/NXQBPep
On bіtсoinѕubway.cash, we display a subway platform analogy to illustrate the the Bitcoin Core (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BTC) cryptocurrencies.
Transactions (tx) are displayed as subway passengers.
Blocks are displayed as subway trains. Bitcoin Cash trains are 32 times longer than Bitcoin Core trains to represent Bitcoin Cash's 32MB blocks and Bitcoin Core's 1MB blocks.
Transactions pay a fee to the miners to get included in a block. When you tap or click on a passenger, we show the fee paid as "satoshis" (0.00000001 units) per byte. You'll notice passengers paying higher fees stand closer to the edge of the platform and are more likely to board the train when many passengers are waiting. BCH fees can generally be lower than BTC fees because there is much more room on the trains for passengers.
Feedback mail is welcome at: "wеbmаѕtеr" (at this site's domain).