NewsBTC has been active lately, not only shoring up their news coverage team and focus but also traveling to several marquee conferences and events. The busy schedule caps off a highly productive 2018, which has seen the company appoint a new CEO in Samuel Rae earlier this year, among other developments.
In particular, NewsBTC has been active in November, already attending the Malta Blockchain Summit earlier this month, which attracted upwards of 5,000 attendees.
The group will also be present at the Networking Blitz on November 13 at the Old Billingsgate Vaults as well as at the London Summit 2018 on November 14. NewsBTC will be available at Booth 27 during the event.
The move is instrumental for NewsBTC as it looks to further project its scope of news coverage, which combines cryptocurrencies, ICO developments, and other innovations from the blockchain space. The industry itself has taken a strong leap in 2018, following a turbulent year in the regulatory space.
As such, there’s another challenge for just about anyone who has entered the industry within the last several years: According to Samuel Rae, CEO of NewsBTC: “It’s grown incredibly fast. With that growth has come a number of challenges, in terms of structure, organization, and personnel.”
For Mr. Rae and NewsBTC, one of the goals is to improve the structure that “underlies this company in terms of how it’s managed, how it grows, and how it deals with advertising partners.”
“I need to make sure that all of that flows and is in line with what the industry would expect of a company that generates the size of revenue that we do. Right now, whilst we are coping perfectly well with everything we have to deal with, there are challenges,” he explained.
NewsBTC will look to have a strong splash at the London Summit 2018 as it sets its sights on 2019. With several internal developments forthcoming, NewsBTC is likely to see its coverage continue to grow in the coming month as the frequency of blockchain and cryptocurrency projects swells in parallel.
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