Bitcoinist has become the fastest growing website according to Alexa Rankings in recent months due to major changes across the board as we look to a bright future ahead. Bitcoinist: New Team, New Look Bitcoinist was founded in 2014. But if you haven’t noticed already, our domain has changed from .net to .com this past December. This was accompanied by a major overhaul of the website design as well. We do hope you like the design,
Bitcoinist is accepting applications for the Sales Manager job opening. This is your chance to work for one of the fastest-growing Bitcoin media outlets in the world. Working at Bitcoinist The position will be part-time and primary responsibilities will include: Managing a team of 5-6 sales people. Selling banner advertisements. Executing upon a sales plan and a proper sales strategy. Managing CPM and CPC online advertising initiatives. Maintaining a friendly and honest demeanor. Implementing a CRM system.
Update: In a press release / statement Bitcoinist LTD used the word “acquired” instead of licensed from GAW Miners LLC. We are sorry for the inconvenience and misunderstanding we might have caused to Domain Guardians or anybody else in our press release / statement. The right wording is: The BTC.com domain was acquired By GAW Miners, LLC, However Bitcoinist LTD signed a private, long-term lease agreement until 2018.03.11. The licensee is Bitcoinist LTD and the licensor
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I take a look at the market implications, what kind of media response we can expect, and where this whole fiasco might lead. If you’ve even so much as glanced at a cryptocurrency related media outlet this news cycle then you’ve undoubtedly heard the news that an old email address reported to have once belonged to Satoshi Nakamoto has been compromised and that information about the Bitcoin protocols mysterious inventor may soon be forthcoming. Whether
Palm trees, turquoise horizons, perfect weather, happy people… When you think of Bitcoin and other blockchain related technologies, the most remote island chain on the planet is generally not the first place that springs to mind. A fact highlighted by Hawai’i being ranked dead last on Forbes’ list. Yet, being so remote offers us a unique opportunity. As the old adage goes, “if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere”. While they