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