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What is CryptoSlate?
Who is behind CryptoSlate?
CryptoSlate is an independent organization based in Seattle, Washington. We are not owned by any business that operates within the blockchain or cryptocurrency space. Our management team and staff are a group of cryptocurrency analysts, coin researchers, blockchain writers and computer programmers. To learn more about who is behind CryptoSlate, click here.
When did CryptoSlate launch?
CryptoSlate launched its website in December 2017.
Where is CryptoSlate located?
Our writers, researchers and staff are based out of the United States, Europe, Asia and Oceania. Our management team and global headquarters are in Seattle, Washington.
How does CryptoSlate make money?
CryptoSlate is a for-profit business that aims to provide cryptocurrency enthusiasts a snapshot of the entire market space. This includes news, real-time market data, a directory of people, companies, products, and event listings.
CryptoSlate offers several advertising packages in order to cover the costs of technology (servers, platforms, software, etc.), original and investigative journalism, data research and media research, office rent and utilities, legal and accounting costs, business insurance, employee salaries and contractor wages, and the cost of listing events. CryptoSlate does not use any revenue/proceeds to engage in any cryptocurrency investing.
These advertisements are disclosed directly to the reader through a disclaimer, announcement, or eye-catching design. CryptoSlate aims to ensure that our readers understand the nature of the business being done on the website.
CryptoSlate attempts to screen all advertisers, but it is, of course, impossible to catch all bad actors. CryptoSlate refuses to engage with advertisers that guarantee returns on investment, advertisers for pump-and-dump schemes, or advertisers that otherwise seem harmful or dangerous to the blockchain community.
If you have any questions, concerns, or comments, please contact us and we will do our best to respond to you as quickly as possible.
What is CryptoSlate's editorial policy?
CryptoSlate adheres to a strict editorial policy that is guided by trust, transparency, objectivity, and high-quality sourcing. Please visit our Editorial Policy page to learn more.
Is CryptoSlate hiring?
No, CryptoSlate is not currently hiring.
How do I contact CryptoSlate?
Please visit our contact page to get in touch with us.
How do I list a coin on CryptoSlate?
All coins listed on the CryptoSlate coins page are gathered using the CoinMarketCap API. Once a coin is added to CoinMarketCap, a page will be generated by CryptoSlate.
How do I list a company to the company directory?
How do I list an exchange on CryptoSlate?
How do I list a product (wallet, app, dApp, etc.) to CryptoSlate?
Does CryptoSlate have any advertising restrictions?
Yes, CryptoSlate does not advertise or promote any form of initial token offerings such as ICOs, IEOs or air drops. Additionally, we screen all of our advertisers to make sure they are a good fit for our brand and will provide value to our readers.
Can I geo-target my ads on CryptoSlate?
Yes, CryptoSlate allows specific country geo-targeting for any advertisement.
Can I remove the sponsored tag off of my advertisement?
No, CryptoSlate is required by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to disclose all advertisements by using “sponsored” or “ad” wording. Additionally, CryptoSlate has its readers’ best interests in mind and believes in fully disclosing any advertising relationship. All outbound links to advertisers will use the 'rel=sponsored' tag.
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Please submit an advertising application to get started.
Does CryptoSlate have a public API?
CryptoSlate does not have a public API.
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