Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop Publishes Bitcoin (BTC) Basics Article

If mass adoption of cryptocurrency comes through retail awareness, then a step forward was made on Monday when Goop, the lifestyle brand started by Gw...

55% of College Students Get Their News From Snapchat

Despite a tumultuous year for user retention, a recent report suggests around 55% of college students use Snap Inc. (SNAP) as a major source of news. ...

Forbes Becomes the First Major Media Outlet to Join the Civil Blockchain

Forbes has officially become the first major news outlet to join Civil, a blockchain journalism network designed to improve the effect and trustworthi...

China’s Oldest Tech Publication Now Accepts Bitcoin for Subscriptions

Beijing Sci-Tech Report (BSTR), China's longest-running tech publication that commonly goes by "Technology Life," is reportedly enabling Bitcoin (BTC)...

Tech in Asia Consolidates Operations After Cancelling Its ICO

Tech in Asia, a Singapore-based tech media and event startup founded in 2011, has reportedly fired one-third of its staff after failing to raise capit...

Should We Hold ‘Experts’ Accountable for Failed Crypto Predictions?

Former Daily Show host John Stewart famously confronted CNBC Mad Money's Jim Cramer for his coverage of the 2008 financial crisis, in what turned out ...

Mainstream Media Compares Crypto Bear Market to the Dot-Com Crash

Now that the cryptocurrency market has pulled back roughly 80% from its all-time highs, the mainstream media has begun making the comparisons between ...

Quartz Launches Paid Bi-Weekly Crypto Newsletter

Online business and media startup Quartz recently launched Quartz Private Key, a bi-weekly newsletter that guides subscribers through the convoluted m...

Search Giant Baidu Joins the Ongoing Chinese Crypto Crackdown

Baidu (BIDU), a Chinese multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related services, has reportedly joined the ongoing Chinese cryptocu...

Multiple Crypto Media Outlets Banned From Tencent’s WeChat

WeChat, the popular Chinese messaging app owned by Tencent (TCEHY), is reportedly banning cryptocurrency and blockchain-related media outlets from its...
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