New York Business Journal Veteran Joins CoinDesk Editorial Staff

New York Business Journal Veteran Joins CoinDesk Editorial Staff

New York Business Journal technology and innovation reporter Michael del Castillo has officially joined CoinDesk as a full-time staff journalist. A founding reporter at Upstart Business Journal and New York Business Journal, del Castillo has specialized in covering cutting-edge technologies including 3-D printing and artificial intelligence, as well as bitcoin and blockchain technology, where he was instrumental in the publication’s industry coverage. "Michael’s addition to the CoinDesk team is consistent with our mission to better serve our readers with high-quality, independent....


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