THE RIGHT TOOLS, ALL IN ONE PLACE

Ethereum Wallet

This is the first step in creating a wallet. Many alternatives exist, but this is what we recommend using.

https://www.myetherwallet.com/ 


Ethereum Gas Station

See the current market rates for transaction fees and times. If you intend to ever make a transaction, bookmark this website.

https://ethgasstation.info/  

Check on Transactions or Account balances

Check an account balance or transaction. Alternatives exist, but both of these work well enough to recommend.

https://etherscan.io/

https://www.etherchain.org/ 

 Guide: Securing your browser for financial use

A tutorial on the most necessary steps to safeguard your browser.


Coming soon...

Several guides for security with financial data coming.

As a newcomer to Ethereum, there are many questions. The vocabulary is confusing and some of the concepts are difficult to wrap your head around. We understand that. The several guides we've written below are designed to get you up and running quickly and are written for someone who is a beginner or maybe just needs a quick reminder. If you have questions, suggestions, or other ideas -- feel free to communicate with us directly through the EtherEnvoy.com forum or through email at  etherenvoy@etherenvoy.com.  Lastly, please consider donating.

For the more technical...

... Because the world needs engineers.

 The Ethereum Whitepaper

Click on the icon to adapt it to your feature


The Ethereum Yellow Paper

Duplicate blocks to add more features.


 The Ethereum Documentation

Select and delete blocks to remove some features.


For the more generalist...

... Because not everyone needs to be an engineer.

The Ethereum Chat

Tell features the visitor would like to know, not what you'd like to say.

The Ethereum Blog

From the main container, you can change the background to highlight features.

The Ethereum Homepage

All these icons are licensed under creative commons so that you can use them.

MINING IS ALWAYS PROFITABLE

We will be providing guides, code, and video tutorials on how to get up and running with mining. Until then, stay tuned or try to follow the more technical guides available at a popular mining pool linked below.

ETHERMINE.ORG


 *Mining Ethereum currently requires a high-powered GPU and dedicated internet connection

TRADE AT YOUR OWN RISK

While we don't endorse it, we certainly cannot stop you. In any case, the exchanges that we trust the most are Coinbase.com and Gdax.com. For even more of a wild wild west experience, you can venture over to Binance.com.

COINBASE GDAX BINANCE


*Trading currency is not the focus of this website and we recommend against it.