What's Next For CoinDesk?

What's Next For CoinDesk?

CoinDesk first published Bitcoin-related content in May 2013. The website, launched by Spotify angel investor Shakil Khan, came to fruition in just four weeks. “I was just sitting there and I literally had five e-mails that day from very seasoned entrepreneurs asking me, ‘What do you know about Bitcoin?’” said Khan. “There’s a lack of transparent information. Where do you go to read what’s right or wrong?” said Khan at the time. Despite his website launch, Kahn insisted he was not getting into the media business. He called Bitcoin Magazine at the time too technical for a larger audience.....

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