Media is an essential part of the cryptocurrency industry and its impact on cryptocurrency is hard to overestimate. Bitcoin, in its early stages, was only discussed and promoted on social media platforms. Bitcoin on social media helped to establish initial users and enthusiasts, increasing its coverage in simple conversations and expanding the audience. But the real drivers of Bitcoin’s popularity has been the mainstream media, which detected the growing price of Bitcoin and the development of the cryptocurrency market, thus drawing the attention of the masses to this newly appeared phenomenon. Today, there is a lot of cryptocurrency media that professionally covers all the important events, news and technologies inside the world of blockchain, attracting new audiences and helping various cryptocurrency users stay in touch with the progress of the cryptocurrency industry.
Nomics wants to provide an algorithmic ranking for every cryptocurrency product category from wallets to crypto media outlets.
Data Startup Wants to Rank Every Cryptocurrency Product From Media to Wallets
The New York Times has worked on a blockchain solution to combat misinformation, providing metadata on pictures found in social media.
New York Times Trials Blockchain System to Combat Misleading Pictures
European police successfully busted a multi-million illegal online streaming business operating from Spain.
Europol Busts $17M Illegal Media Streaming Business Dealing in Cryptos
Cointelegraph has partnered with the WEF to integrate our crypto industry news and analysis feed to its Strategic Intelligence network.
Cointelegraph Joins World Economic Forum’s Strategic Intelligence Network
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong is one of many crypto executives who prefers writing a blog to answering questions from mainstream journalists.
Coinbase CEO Suggests Dodging ‘Mean, Snarky’ Media
A group of media outlets from China established an alliance to operate a news department based on blockchain technology.
Several Chinese Media Outlets Setup a "Blockchain-Powered News" Department
ANSA, Italy’s main news agency, partnered with Ernst & Young to combat fake coronavirus news with blockchain.
Italy’s Top News Agency Uses Blockchain to Fight Fake Coronavirus News