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Cryptocoins

Vector icon pack of your favourite cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin & Altcoins). Available both in pure vector SVG and webfont format – perfect for usage on the web.

About Cryptocoins

I was first introduced to Bitcoin few years ago and was fascinated by its concept. Now, Bitcoins and other Altcoins are flooding the net and there still isn’t quick and easy way to include them online (images don’t count, right?) – moreover some consistent solution.

That’s why I made Cryptocoins. Whether you run coin-related website or just want to accompany your coin-addesses with fancy graphics, Cryptocoins got you covered.

Demo

Getting started

Download Cryptocoins and extract its contents.

Webfont version

Webfont is ideal when you want to use majority of Cryptocoins icons. Copy “fonts” folder and “cryptocoins.css” styles to your project and link Cryptocoins CSS in your project (you can optionally include also “cryptocoins-colors.css” if you want to use predefined colors):

<!-- CSS defining icons (required) -->
<link rel="stylesheet" href="css/cryptocoins.css">

<!-- CSS defining icon/coin colors (optional) -->
<link rel="stylesheet" href="css/cryptocoins-colors.css">

Then insert your icons in HTML, e.g.:

<i class="cc BTC"></i>

If you’re familiar with Font Awesome, it’s pretty much the same. You’ll find the CSS references on top of this page or in demo file (included in download).

SVG version

SVG is better option, if you want to use just a few icons (including whole webfont would be data-inefficient. Find the icons you need in “SVG” folder and copy them to your project. Then use them as regular images:

<img src="img/BTC.svg" alt="Bitcoin">

Tip: You can also open each SVG icon in text editor and copy its contents directly into HTML, resulting in fewer HTTP requests and ability to style icons direcly via CSS. There are also many scripts that do the same automatically – your choice.

Still lost?

Having troubles and can’t get it working? I’m here for you! Go ahead and write me at @AllienWorks or 0x98EC204D.

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Martin Allien

Graphic & Web Design freelancer from Prague. Loving opensource not because it's free, but 'cos it's open. Fighter for privacy, anonymity and freedom.
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7 Comments

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  1. Thank you for adding MintCoin. I really appreciate it!
    I have been to Prague before, it is a very nice city; would love to go back and visit again someday.
    I love open source too!

  2. Hi I don’t have a website but saw your thread on digibyte.
    I have been following the coin since its birth and have seen such a great active community as well as developer.
    All the best for you and your constant interest of brining the digital currency into today’s world.
    And thanks for your interest with digibyte especially with Digispeed around the corner.
    Let’s not go to the moon but other galaxy’s.
    #digibyte #digibytegroup
    #amze13

  3. Man!!! You’re awesome. I’ve been looking for 8 logos and was downloading them separately from their website until I found your website.

    Thanks alot!

  4. Hi Martin!

    We are Bitcoin Bazis from Hungary. Thank you for all these amazing icons. Great job and really appreciate what you do! Are you planning to give these icons sometimes soon :) ->

    Asiadigicoin
    Adzcoin
    Bitbean
    Breakout
    CureCoin
    Expanse
    GameCredits
    GCRCoin
    Maxcoin
    MyriadCoin
    PIVX
    Pesobit
    Spectrecoin
    UniversalCurrency
    Worldcoin
    ZCoin
    ZCash

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