Forbes releases newsletter dedicated to crypto targeting potential investors

17 Feb, 2019 | Updated: 17 Feb, 2019
by Fifi Arisandi
Forbes releases newsletter dedicated to crypto targeting potential investors

Forbes released new premium newsletter dedicated to cryptocurrency and blockchain.

Forbes doesn’t seem to get enough crypto. The media giant gets deeper with the nascent technology with their new service, Forbes CryptoAsset & Blockchain.

The new premium-subscription digital newsletter contains in-depth coverage of blockchain, as an effort to establish Forbes as a prominent voice in the field.

According to Media Post, investor and co-author of CryptoAssets: The Innovative Investor’s Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond, Jack Tatar has been appointed as the editor.

While the contributors will be Forbes’ stable journalists that will interview notable figures in crypto space, such as Ripple’s CTO David Schwartz, cofounder and CEO of Zcash, Zooko Wilcox, and Morgan Creek Capital’s Mark Yusko.

“This newsletter is geared toward educating potential investors in blockchain and crypto, and the goal is to provide actionable and profitable advice,” said Matt Schifrin, VP and managing editor of Money & Markets at Forbes.

Despite its premium price, which is set at $595/year or $195/quarter, Forbes’ Senior VP of consumer marketing and business development, Nina La France claimed the early response as “solid”.

Speaking about future publishing plan, Schifrin reveals that Forbes will publish its first-ever Forbes Blockchain 50 list that covers most prominent firms in the crypto space in the coming months.

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