About Us

Established in November 2017, cryptocoinspy.com is an independent website focused on providing unbiased reporting of the latest news from the cryptocurrency world. We are dedicated to offering accurate and thorough information on all stories covered from across the globe, focusing on a variety of topics central to this rapidly developing industry. This includes not only Bitcoin and Ethereum but also a range of upcoming cryptocurrencies along with the regulations surrounding them and the exchanges used for trading. 

george naylorGeorge is a seasoned creative freelancer from the UK, and has specialised in both teaching and writing about Music and Technology subjects. Foolishly ignoring Bitcoin after hearing about it in 2012, he is now making up for lost time and absolutely doesn’t regret buying any. If you have any interesting cryptocurrency or blockchain projects – please get in touch.

 

mark-hartleyMark Hartley is an IT specialist, freelance writer, world traveller and crypto enthusiast. He has worked on the trading floors of the world’s biggest interdealer broker in London and helped integrate crypto-services into IT trading systems. When he’s not searching for the world’s most beautiful beach, he’s nose deep in any news crypto and cloud related.

 

ian

As an early adopter of Bitcoin Ian is highly focused on the most recent events in the cryptocurrency world. Keeping a keen eye on the latest stories, he aims to deliver the most informative news to all his readers. Ian an avid traveller who enjoys experiencing life, immersing himself in a variety of cultures around the world. Contact him at ian@cryptocoinspy.com.

 

matt willemsen

Matthew Willemsen is an Australian-based news journalist who covers the latest advancements relating to cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. Upon graduating with a Bachelor of Business from Monash University – majoring in both accounting and economics – Matthew soon grew fascinated in blockchain technology, becoming enthralled by its potentially disruptive social and economic implications. You can reach him at willemsen.mb@gmail.com or on Twitter @mwill_crypto.

 

Alistair Johnston

Alistair Johnston is a British writer specialising in the crypto space. Away from cryptocurrency he enjoys Brazilian jiujitsu and surfing. He has a degree in economics from the University of Cambridge and three children. Alistair lives in Spain, slowly recovering from a decade spent working for London hedge funds. To contact Alistair drop him a line at alistair.johnston@gmail.com.

 

David CanellisDavid is an Australian writer, reporter and news researcher with a degree in Writing and Literature. He spends most of his time navigating the endless flood of information related to blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies with a goal to provide premium, trustworthy and unbiased content to the general public. In his spare time he enjoys music and travelling. He can be contacted on Twitter @dcanellis

 

John LadelucaJohn Iadeluca started working with cryptocurrencies through web development in 2015 and created the highly popular Bitcoin faucet, BittyMe.com at 17 years old. He has been writing about the stock market and cryptocurrencies for over 5 years and has served on advisory board positions for various ICO’s. To get in touch with John send him a message to john@banz.capital or through his LinkedIn profile here.

 

howard postonHoward is a cybersecurity researcher with a background in cryptography. He now provides security consulting and content creation for cryptocurrency blogs, news, and whitepapers. You can reach him at howard.poston@gmail.com.

 

colin harper

Colin Harper is a freelance writer from the United States. He’s proud to call Nashville, TN home, where he lives with his family and writes on crypto and global politics.

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