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Do You Have What it Takes to Write Op-Ed Articles for Bitcoin.com?

We will now accept regular op-ed article submissions for the bitcoin.com news page. We want to provide crypto-enthusiasts, idea-mongers, futurists, and iconoclasts an opportunity to share their notions with the world. Our audience is truly global and my hope is to inspire the crypto-intelligentsia within our community to produce brilliant articles.

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Well Written, Superbly Organized Op-Ed Wanted

With that said, I will not arbitrarily accept anything.

The article must be well written and superbly organized. It must come from a place of critical thought and considered analysis. I prefer material that is philosophically engaging, heretical, controversial, sexy, and crypto-anarchic. It should examine our ecosystem from novel and unexpected perspectives.

I WILL NOT, however, take company pitches, what-token-will-moon articles, or other business solicitations for opinion pieces. These articles will be rejected, tossed into the dumpster, and set ablaze with extreme prejudice. I will also not take pieces that have previously been published elsewhere. The material must be unique to bitcoin.com. It must also have a minimum word count of 600.

All Views Welcome

It is true, I am the gatekeeper of the op-ed section, but I will not let politics determine what articles I publish. I am open-minded. I will consider most subject matter, so long as the article meets the standards I mentioned above and is relevant to the cryptocurrency ecosystem.

Submissions should be sent to op-ed@bitcoin.com.

Good luck!

What are some topics you would like covered in the OP-ED section? Let us know in the comments section below.


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My name is Sterlin Lujan. I am the op-ed editor for bitcoin.com. I also handle the company’s public messaging and brand awareness as communications ambassador. 

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Sterlin Lujan

Sterlin Lujan is a journalist, editor, speaker, anarchist, and essayist. He has been involved with cryptocurrency and Bitcoin since 2012. Sterlin is especially interested in the intersection of psychology and cryptography. He has written on behavioral economics in regards to innovative technology, and was one of the first to write about the emerging field of cryptopsychology on bitcoin.com.