We’re a small group of crypto journalists, developers, and artists who decided to join forces and create an independent, unbiased, non-profit organisation to help new comers learn about the pros and cons of blockchains, NFTs, and the crypto community at large. Minted in 2017.
“All-time-highs attract new people who buy and then get spooked by price dips. Help them to first invest in education about the technology, instead of speculation.”
Catalin is a UX designer turned crystal collector, very passionate about mindfulness and mental health. With this blog he’s exploring the question: can blockchains help humanity?
Anca is a writer and journalist with a strong weakness for old films, new theater, walking, and everything London. Currently glued to a vintage mp3 that still ‘sings’ like in the prime of its life. One day she will donate it to a museum.
Stefan Stankovic is a professional writer specializing in the subject of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. As an LL.M. in Commercial Law, his background in the humanities gives him a novel perspective on all things crypto.
Raj is our lead developer and occasional guardian angel. He’s using his magic to make everything work well (and fix!), from coding the website in WordPress, to optimising website speed, fine-tuning our AWS server and so on.
Anna’s first grown-up job was in journalism, she was writing articles on economic issues. Then she became a financial consultant, and after that she worked in radio, tv, and public relations.
When he’s not learning about the blockchain or curating our sister-site Ecommerce Websites, Bogdan likes to study classical music and explore visual arts. He’s quite obsessed with fixies as well.
Borja is a consultant serving community empowerment projects, who believes he will be able to use DAOs/DApps very soon to support his mission.
Steve has been writing in the fields of personal finance, markets and most recently cryptocurrencies for the past decade. When he’s not writing you will likely find him in the kitchen whipping up something delicious, or outside on a trail whipping himself into shape.
What to expect from us ✨
We’re working on more detailed guides, tutorials, videos and interactive infographics to help people understand the internet of money and the new technologies, philosophies and challenges we need to be aware of sooner rather than later in order to achieve something meaningful for society.
How to contribute
We’re trying to keep this website free of advertising and of spammy “press releases” or nasty affiliate links for as long as possible, as we rely on our day jobs to cover the time and resources that go into the site. Any contribution from the community is highly appreciated:
- share our guides on social media if you consider them useful, and with your non-technical friends when they ask you about crypto
- improve an existing article or a guide (please email email@example.com with suggestions)
- write a new article or guide for us (same as above)
- please support our work and help us create more valuable content aimed at new comers. all donations are extremely appreciated and will be used wisely.