New Crypto Browser Extension Reveals Which Cryptocurrency CZ, Roger Ver, and others are Encouraging

By Tabassum
Published March 27, 2019 Updated March 27, 2019
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New Crypto Browser Extension Reveals Which Cryptocurrency CZ, Roger Ver, and others are Encouraging

By Tabassum
Published March 27, 2019 Updated March 27, 2019

Often the newbie in crypto space follows major influencers/ known personalities to find their opinion on any specific coin or the particular currency they see more potential in. However, a new browser-based extension ‘Coinflict of Interest’ shows you the bias/concern towards Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), XRP and Bitcoin Cash (BCH). Moreover, the app is still in beta version and one can find which influencer is promoting which cryptocurrency.

Get to know Which Cryptocurrency, Influencers are Supporting?


Reports revealed that the developer ‘Luke Childs’, has released a new tool as a browser extension that lets you find what cryptocurrencies influencers are more interested in and talk about. The key purpose behind ‘Coinflict of Interest’ is to show the conflict of interest or bias in crypto space, reports noted. This extension is presently available on Opera, Google Chrome and Firefox browsers with top cryptocurrencies including BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH.


It sneaks at what crypto tokens few influencers are majorly supporting– however, the tool looks quite accurate but the developer feels that it needs to be more accurate. To make the information and underlying algorithm more accurate, Luke Childs is using data from, another crypto project that gathers enormous data regarding crypto community.  To note, both projects are open source where Luke Childs developed Coinflict of Interest whereas Hive. One is developed by’s own team.

Here goes the official announcement;

A quick examination of few influencers including Binance’s CZ, Roger Ver, Coinbase’s Brian Armstrong through Coinflict of Interest.

CZ seems to be supporting Ripple (XRP) more, despite he encouraged people to build BNB;

CZ Twitter

Roger Ver looks more bullish on Bitcoin Cash


Coinbase’s Brian Armstrong too shills for Bitcoin Cash

Blockstream CEO and Co-founder, Adam Back is a Bitcoin Proponent


How Does it Work?

Luke Childs explains the way the algorithm drives this result;

Takes your influence ranks from @hivedotone  for select cryptocurrency communities, reduces each value exponentially relative to the difference from the largest value, calculates these as a percentage of the values combined, and then removes any values below a certain threshold.

You can download Coinflict of interest extension on Chrome here , Firefox user can download it from this link and Opera users should visit here

Speaking about the ‘Coinflict of Interest’, Luke Childs says that;

“I’m doing some post-processing on that data, running it through a simple algorithm to try and deduce bias from influence. There would need to be some sort of sentiment analysis of users tweet content to work out if they are engaging in a positive or negative manner. I would expect that to drastically improve the results,”

The presented content may include the personal opinion of the author and is subject to market condition. Do your market research before investing in cryptocurrencies. The author or the publication does not hold any responsibility for your personal financial loss.
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Tabassum is a full-time content writer at Coingape. Her passion lies in writing and delivering apt information to users. Currently, she does not hold any form of cryptocurrencies. Follow her on Twitter at @Tabassumnaiz and reach out to her at Tabassum[at]

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