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A database of 2,300+ journalists, news publications and social media groups, free for both individuals and companies.
VANCOUVER, BC (October 5, 2018) CoinIQ, the news site dedicated to demystifying cryptocurrency, has just released CryptoBook, a database of 2500+ crypto resources. Crypto hodlers and traders can find thought leaders to follow across news publications, blogs, and social media channels. Teams can get the word out about their new projects by selectively targeting thousands of journalists, news channels, social media groups, and other points of contact. CryptoBook has valuable resources for both individuals and teams.
“It can be difficult to find quality resources in the crypto space,” CoinIQ Editor-in-Chief Thenuka Karunaratne said. “With CryptoBook we wanted to curate all of the best resources - be they social media accounts, news publications, or specific journalists - in one place. Everyone benefits when the right story reaches the right audience.”
CryptoBook contains information and contact details about a wide range of people, sites and other resources in the crypto field, including:
- 800+ News publications, blogs, journalists and ICO listing sites.
- 600+ Community sites, including conferences, subreddits, and telegram channels.
- 1000+ Social media accounts on Facebook and Twitter.
Anyone who wants a free copy of CryptoBook can simply provide their email address at the CryptoBook website. CoinIQ will send a free PDF-formatted copy within 5 minutes. The following Monday, subscribers will also receive CoinIQ’s State of Crypto email newsletter, a weekly recap of the most important news related to cryptocurrency and the blockchain. Even if they cancel the newsletter subscription, CryptoBook is theirs to keep.
“Stay tuned for more,” Karunaratne added, “CryptoBook is the first of several resource guides for the crypto community CoinIQ plans to release.”
Thenuka Karunaratne, Editor-in-Chief, CoinIQ