To our broader crypto community, we have an exciting announcement to share with you today! We’re working with CryptoTrader.Tax to introduce their hassle-free and affordable crypto tax software to you all and they’re also our first sponsor.
As CryptoCanary grows, it becomes increasingly hard to maintain the high-quality level of user-generated content that you, our users, demand and deserve.
Recently, we saw some groups come in and massively brigade their favorite projects. While their enthusiasm is definitely welcome, we noticed that many of them were just copy/pasting each others’ reviews or submitting very low-value content (i.e. “will go to the moon”, “team is great and project is great”).
Our preference is to not delete or otherwise interfere with any organic discussion/content submitted to our site. We prefer to let the community see a wide range of perspectives and let them judge others’ opinions for themselves.
However, in some cases, the content itself is devoid of value and negatively drags down the overall quality of CryptoCanary. In those rare and limited cases, we will remove those user-submitted reviews.
When removing content, we will do so transparently (OP will get notified via email) and we will only remove content that violates the rules outlined in our Community Guidelines.
Please do check out the guidelines and let us know either in Telegram or via email if you have any questions or suggestions.
Hope to see you around CryptoCanary and thanks for being part of the Flock!
P.s. do you think we missed any important rules in our guidelines? If so, please comment down below with what other rules we should add!
If you haven’t been to CryptoCanary lately, we encourage you to take a look. We’re currently implementing a major site redesign to make it way more organized and easier to find the info you’re looking for!
Recently, Kevin Ting, founder and CEO of CryptoCanary, sat down with Brent Philbin, host of the CryptoBasic podcast, to discuss the mission behind Ting’s new website.
It was a far-ranging interview, covering an array of topics: from what got Ting interested in crypto-projects in the first place, to how his new rating platform works, to how his team manages “review-bombing”, and many other topics.
It makes for an entertaining conversation and we encourage you to listen to the full interview here. However, below we’ve selected some choice segments to share with you.
Recently, EPN Enterprise Podcast Network sat down with Kevin Ting, founder and CEO of CryptoCanary, to discuss his peer-to-peer cryptocurrency rating site that is helping investors separate legitimate investment opportunities from those that are scams.
This post is part of our CryptoCanary spotlight series where we take a closer look at interesting projects in the crypto space. If you have your own opinion about Litecoin (LTC) – LOVE it or HATE it – you should definitely share it with the rest of the world here: https://cryptocanary.app/review/Litecoin.
What’s happening in Litecoin land?
For Litecoin enthusiasts and investors, there has been an abundance of news and drama in 2019. From the August halving to dusting attack to Miami Dolphins partnership to the recent news of Litecoin Foundation troubles, there has been plenty to digest and consider. In this article, we’re going to mainly focus on the Foundation funds drying up and seeming lack of development happening for the core protocol.
KaratGold Coin (KBC)… Is it a scam or is it legit? Is this Bitconnect with a gold component or is there more to it? In this article, let’s take a closer look at the company behind KBC as well as several red flags of KBC, their crypto coin.
Quick note: If you have your own opinion about KBC (or other crypto projects), please share it with the entire crypto world at CryptoCanary! Here’s the link to KBC’s page for easy access: https://cryptocanary.app/review/Karatgold+coin