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We publish a comprehensive news feed covering all news relevant to the Bitcoin user, covering main industry news, politics and regulation as well as consumer-level “news you can use” (practical stuff), including handy DIY tips, links to useful tools, unbiased reviews and opinions revolving around Bitcoin. Simple logic and real-world examples are preferred before technical jargon and personal rants.
Our readership is truly global, with just below 30% of our traffic originating from the US, a little more than 30% from the EU and the rest (40%) mainly from Asia (with India in top). Over time a few countries in Africa has started contributing to our traffic too.
Our editorial policy is informed by logic and based on the Satoshi white paper.
We strive to produce a balanced news feed taking all sides into account – to publish the truth without fear of favor.
We do not publish unsolicited or sponsored articles from 3:rd parties (as we have our own team of exclusive full-time reporters). We do not insert SEO-targeted links or partake in other editorial cooperations. Our news posts aren’t for sale.
We usually do not cover pre-launch stage projects or promises of future success. We get numerous requests to cover startups in beta mode, ICO:s, infographics, new partnerships, equity investments, token pre-sales, crowdfunds, altcoins, untested blockchains, VC conferences and the like, but we’re focused on real-world Bitcoin-related news (events that have taken place, not promises on what will happen in the future). We target the general Bitcoin user (you!) rather than any specific industry, so rather than send us quotes on what you are going to achieve in the future, get back to us when you’ve actually seen some traction.
Our targets are ambitious and we often publish upwards of 18 news posts per day, sometimes even more. That’s a new post every 90 minutes. And our readers seem to appreciate our frequency.
We’ve grown exponentially over the last year and peak traffic has put us above 10 million page views per month in 2018, with numbers differing over seasons and depending on market sentiment. Our lively comment fields show people care about our content.
We also serve several industries relating to Bitcoin, helping companies reach out through our PR and ad packages in a multitude of channels with a growing number of subscribers (to name a few of them we reach 350,000+ on Twitter, 70,000+ on Telegram and we’ve signed up more than 250,000 notification subscribers – and our newsletters reach tens of thousands too. Of course we also update thousands of Bitcoin fans on social networks like Facebook and Instagram.).
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