Founded in 2018, BlockchainReporter strives to educate and inform people about fintech, cryptocurrency, and blockchain technology. BlockchainReporter is an independent news outlet with writers and editors located around the world. Our global team helps us to provide around the clock coverage and information on the developments taking place in the wider crypto and blockchain industry that are laying the building blocks for tomorrow’s digital economy.
OUR COMMITMENT TO QUALITY CONTENT
The team at BlockchainReporter takes great pride on its unbiased reporting and journalistic integrity. We firmly believe in the principles of accuracy, objectivity, and responsible journalism and, as such, have zero-tolerance for sensationalist or “click-baiting” news articles. We work diligently to fact check, source, and corroborate the statements made in our articles and aim to report real news and real events, and to separate fact from fiction which has unfortunately become a common practice among mainstream media outlets.
BLOCKCHAINREPORTER’S EDITORIAL TRANSPARENCY
Our team of writers is strongly committed to providing timely, legitimate news content devoid of the influence of BlockchainReporter’s owners and/or shareholders.
WHAT ARE THE REVENUE SOURCE FOR BLOCKCHAINREPORTER?
As a company, BlockchainReporter does not trade or invest in cryptocurrency markets. We do not accept payment for news unbiased articles, op-eds, interviews, or product reviews. That said, we do accept payment for banner advertising as well as the publication of press releases, articles by our featured partners, and sponsored content, which is either displayed and/or labeled accordingly.
While BlockchainReporter accepts payment to publish press releases and sponsored articles, we do not endorse and cannot guarantee any claims made in those content pieces.
Concluding, we’d like to state the content published on BlockchainReporter is intended for educational purposes only and should not be taken as investment advice. We strongly advise our readers to do their research before investing in any cryptocurrency, blockchain project, or ICO. Furthermore, BlockchainReporter does not guarantee or imply that the cryptocurrencies or projects published are legal in any specific reader’s location. It is the reader’s responsibility to know the laws regarding cryptocurrencies and ICOs in his or her country.
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