This is where it gets interesting.
Cointelegraph Magazine is a new publication that goes beyond the daily news and delves much more deeply into the stories, trends, and personalities that inspire cryptocurrency and blockchain conversations around the world.
People make the products that shape our lives. Mark Zuckerberg may be a hero or a villain, and he may be both — which is why we seek to understand Zuck when we try to decipher what Facebook adds to (or takes from) our lives.
Cointelegraph Magazine is people-centric, delving into *why* the true believers of blockchain feel they can change the world (and why they think it needs to be changed).
And equally importantly, it will illustrate how the implementation of this technology is affecting the lives of countless people — today, right now, not at some distant point in the future.
It adds context and history to topics that seem arcane: for instance, making the key concepts behind decentralized finance (DeFi) accessible and comprehensible to many more people.
It also employs Cointelegraph’s considerable design and development talent pool to create more immersive experiences for the reader, when a data visualization may be worth a thousand words.
Cointelegraph Magazine explores this industry through long-form features, thoughtful analysis, and a little humor and satire.
It’s a more leisurely approach to this rapid-fire business, combining a rewarding read with an opportunity to learn much more about cryptocurrency — and the various ways blockchain technology is contributing to the world.
We hope you enjoy it.
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