When I first started working at a bitcoin-focused digital media company, I was surprised by how little knowledge I had about the industry.
I was in the midst of a transition from freelance writing and editing to full-time digital currency journalism, which I hoped would give me more exposure and an opportunity to make money on the platform.
The more I got to know bitcoin and cryptocurrency in general, the more I was convinced that digital currencies are a big thing, and that it would be a great medium to share stories and stories of people and organizations who are working toward an entirely new type of digital currency.
But, in reality, the industry is still in its infancy, and the first few days of my reporting were filled with questions.
How do I know if the story is worth sharing?
What if I have to change it?
How do these things relate to the digital currency ecosystem?
When I was finally able to find someone willing to take the time to answer these questions, it was incredibly inspiring.
There were a lot of stories to tell, but a lot was missing: how to do it, how to make it work, and how to navigate the minefield of the new economy.
When I finally found someone who would take the plunge and dive into the world of digital currencies and bitcoin, I knew I could be a part of something great.
Digital currency is a new medium for sharing stories and ideas, but it’s not new to the story of the bitcoin industry, either.
For years, I’ve been a reporter for various news outlets covering the digital financial industry, but this is the first time I’ve ever written about a digital financial company.
That’s a testament to how valuable a digital media outlet can be, because without one, it’s impossible to create and distribute stories that truly tell the story.
The digital currency community has been growing, and I think that’s one of the main reasons I decided to join the bitcoin newsroom.
The opportunity to help make digital currencies accessible and accessible to all of us was too good to pass up.
Digital currency is more than just a way to store digital money, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be used for anything.
The bitcoin community is incredibly passionate about this space, and while they can be incredibly helpful, it helps to understand how to get the most out of your digital currency experience.
Before joining the bitcoin-based digital media team, I spent a lot time thinking about the importance of reporting and writing about the digital economy and the people behind it.
I always felt that there was a lot more I wanted to learn about bitcoin and its ecosystem, and a lot less time I had to spend writing about it.
With the new bitcoin-related digital currency newsroom, I’m excited to bring that knowledge to my readers.
We’ll be providing a full digital currency reporting platform and covering the bitcoin community in a much more systematic and transparent manner than ever before.
I’m especially excited to be a writer and to work alongside a team that I’m familiar with and admire.
We’re taking a deep dive into digital currencies, and we’re going to be bringing you more bitcoin and digital currency stories and news than ever.
If you have a great story or story idea to share, feel free to reach out to me at [email protected]
Read more about digital currency in New York magazine, which is published by NYMag Media Group.