Sterlin Lujan: Do You Have What it Takes to Write Op-Ed Articles for Bitcoin.com?sterlin-lujan opinion op-ed n-featured cryptocurrency bitcoincom bitcoin article
We will now accept regular op-ed article submissions for the bitcoin.com news page. We want to provide crypto-enthusiasts, idea-mongers, futurists, and iconoclasts an opportunity to share their notions with the world. We currently receive about 2.5 million page-views per month, and my hope is to inspire the crypto-intelligentsia within our community to produce brilliant articles.
Well Written, Superbly Organized Op-Ed Wanted
With that said, I will not arbitrarily accept anything.
The article must be well written and superbly organized. It must come from a place of critical thought and considered analysis. I prefer material that is philosophically engaging, heretical, controversial, sexy, and crypto-anarchic. It should examine our ecosystem from novel and unexpected perspectives.
I WILL NOT, however, take company pitches, what-token-will-moon articles, or other business solicitations for opinion pieces. These articles will be rejected, tossed into the dumpster, and set ablaze with extreme prejudice. I will also not take pieces that have previously been published elsewhere. The material must be unique to bitcoin.com. It must also have a minimum word count of 600.
All Views Welcome
It is true, I am the gatekeeper of the op-ed section, but I will not let politics determine what articles I publish. I am open-minded. I will consider most subject matter, so long as the article meets the standards I mentioned above and is relevant to the cryptocurrency ecosystem.
Submissions should be sent to [email protected].
What are some topics you would like covered in the OP-ED section? Let us know in the comments section below.
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My name is Sterlin Lujan. I am the op-ed editor for bitcoin.com. I also handle the company’s public messaging and brand awareness as communications ambassador.
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Original article was created by: Sterlin Lujan at news.bitcoin.comDisclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency or ICO.
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