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  • 2019

  • 13100 Eastpoint Park Blvd. | Louisville, KY 40223 | 502.241.7545 | mediakit@BlockchainTechNews.com | BlckchainTechN

    Enterprises of every description and in every corner of the globe are recognizing the untapped potential of the blockchain to streamline, organize and secure vital records and transactional histories. Technology providers are rapidly developing the tools companies need in order realize the inbuilt trust and cost- efficiency derived from doing business on the blockchain.

    BlockchainTechNews.com provides daily news, opinion and insight intended to promote an understanding of distributed ledger and blockchain technologies and their value to enterprises across a wide range of verticals, including agriculture, arts and entertainment, financial services, government administration, health care, shipping and transportation, virtual currency exchanges and others.

    BTN provides breaking news about technologies, processes and emerging issues in this rapidly changing ecosystem, and keeps readers abreast of regulatory and legal questions focused on the blockchain and virtual currency.

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    EDITORIAL MISSION

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    ABOUT THE EDITORS

    EDITOR Bradley Cooper is the editor of DigitalSignageToday. He was previously the editor of KioskMarketplace and BlockchainTechNews. His background is in Information Technology, Advertising, and Writing.

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    Features: • 2019: A big year for blockchain? • Top 10 blockchain technologies to watch

    Event Coverage: • London Blockchain Week

    Features: • The most promising proofs-of-concept • Are ICOs still worthwhile?

    Event Coverage: • London Fintech Week

    Features: • Fintech: current trends • How to fight crypto crime

    Event Coverage: • Distributed: Markets

    Features: • Profile: Crypto startup • Executive overview:

    Blockchain in the creative sector

    Features: • Virtual currency ATM

    trends • Blockchain cross-border

    funds transfers benefits and roadblocks

    Event Coverage: • DC Blockchain Summit

    Features: • BCX talks blockchain • ‘Off the chain’: Why

    DLT might not work for everyone

    Event Coverage: • Bank Customer Experience

    Summit

    Features: • Can blockchain save the

    environment? • Regulatory roundup

    Features: • Blockchain in government:

    Scary item or security enhancer?

    • DLT: A sure cure for voter fraud?

    Event Coverage: • Money 20/20

    Features: • Profile: Blockchain startup • DLT security: Where are

    the chinks in the armor?

    Event Coverage: • Consensus 2018

    Features: • Bitcoin current trends • Altcoin: current trends

    Features: • Executive overview:

    Blockchain in the health care sector

    • How blockchain can power supply chain management

    Event Coverage: • Blockchains+Digital

    Currencies • Interactive Customer

    Experience (ICX) Summit

    Features: • Executive overview:

    Blockchain forecast 2020 • Profile: Blockchain startup

    to watch in 2020

    Editorial calendar is subject to change.

    Ask us about connecting your brand to any of these topics!

    2019 EDITORIAL CALENDAR

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    MONTHLY SITE AVERAGES SUBSCRIBERS AND FOLLOWERS

    ARE SENIOR LEVEL DECISION MAKERS OR

    KEY INFLUENCERS

    70%

    29% DIRECTORS AND MANAGERS41% VP-LEVEL

    AND UP

    AUDIENCE PROFILE

    35,000+ annual uniques 3,700+ monthly uniques

    3,400+ email newsletter subscribers 1,900+ social media followers 100+ push notification subscribers

    – WHERE OUR READERS ARE FROM –

    Total audience numbers trend up year-over-year.

    35% North America

    25% Europe

    33% Asia/Pacific

    (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook)

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    AUDIENCE PROFILE

    COMPANIES REPRESENTED IN OUR AUDIENCE INCLUDE:

    Ahold USA

    Amazon

    American Blockchain Council

    American Express

    Amtrak

    Atlantic Financial Federal Credit Union

    Bank of the Pacific

    Barclays

    BMO

    Burger 21

    Canadian Bankers Association

    Capital One

    Cicis Pizza

    Citizens Bank

    Coca Cola

    Denny’s

    Dickey’s Barbecue Pit

    Dunkin’ Brands

    Farmers Insurance

    Federal Bureau of

    Investigation

    Fifth Third Bank

    Flagship Community Bank

    Hot Head Burritos

    HSBC

    JP Morgan

    Keystone Commercial Realty

    Kroger

    Luxottica

    MasterCard

    McDonald’s

    Michaels Stores

    Microsoft

    Moe’s Southwest Grill

    MoneyGram International

    Morgan Stanley

    National Bank of

    Canada

    New Balance

    New York State Comptroller’s Office

    Navy Federal Credit Union

    Nike

    North Texas Tollway Authority

    Ogilvy & Mather

    Overstock.com

    Palmetto State Bank

    Pan American Bank

    Panera Bread

    PayPal

    Phillips 66

    PNC

    Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen

    Power Financial Credit Union

    Qdoba

    Rabobank

    Ralph Lauren

    RBS

    Royal Ahold

    Samsung Electronics

    Santander

    Sodexo

    St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

    Starbucks

    Sunshine State Federal Savings Bank

    Swedish Police National Fraud Center

    Synchrony Financial

    TD Bank

    Tesco Bank

    The Home Depot

    U.S. Bank

    USAA

    Visa

    Walgreens

    Walmart

    Wawa

    Wells Fargo

    Wendy’s

    Western union

    Whataburger

    WSFS Bank

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    fingertips of potential buyers as they browse our Supplier Directory. It provides you with both brand awareness and lead generation

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