Crypto Scribes

CryptoScribes is a team of seasoned journalists and copywriters passionate about cryptocurrency. Active traders and investors in crypto and DeFi, we have deep knowledge of this emerging asset class and a wide network of some of its most visionary pioneers. We are true enthusiasts passionate about the new digital economy and that shows in our copy. We work closely with our clients to ensure their vision comes through exactly: no job is too big or small. Below is a selection of our work, but feel free to email us at for more. 

Cryptocurrency 101: How to make it big in altcoins

Bitcoin’s mysterious creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, mined the first cryptocurrency block 11 years ago, on January 3rd 2009. Since then, Bitcoin has become more than a digital currency. It’s reshaped how we define money. It sparked the blockchain revolution. It wrought a new monetary ecosystem that challenges the status quo of centralized banking and reserves. Historically speaking, Bitcoin is infantile. If you’re on the sidelines wondering if cryptocurrency is a prudent investment, the answer is si

What is Yield Farming? -

If you’ve read about decentralized finance (DeFi), it’s likely you’ve encountered the curious term “yield farming.” As it turns out, yield farming does have a lot in common with growing crops. Both require dedication, rotation and care. Liquidity providers (LPs), like farmers, want to find the richest soil and the most profitable fruit, and that’s no easy task. DeFi constantly pushes toward unexplored areas, finding workable solutions to current problems. These protocols only work if they’re ab

Cryptocurrency crash: Is now the time to buy?

The cryptocurrency crash is, perhaps, the last thing on most people’s minds right now. The coronavirus pandemic has afflicted almost all of our daily lives while it is wreaking havoc on stock markets, leaving us staring down the barrel of a global recession that could make the Great Depression look like a tea party. As corona fear began to take hold, on March 12 the US’s leading stock index the Dow Jones dropped 2,300 points – its worst day since 1987’s “Black Monday.” Similarly, bitcoin tanked

Ethereum 2.0 will boost DeFi, but accessibility will send it mainstream

Ethereum 2.0 has been promised for what feels like forever. Delay after reported delay has left even die-hard users struggling to keep the faith — especially those in decentralized finance (DeFi). For those trying to stake, borrow and lend crypto assets through DeFi (the large majority of which resides on Ethereum), a congested, sluggish blockchain and sky-high gas fees for transactions have made DeFi unviable for some inexperienced users with less cash to splash. Now, it’s important to note th

Bitcoin, BCH and BSV: Will the real Bitcoin please stand up?

Bitcoin’s recent surge above $10,000 has fomented murmurs of an incoming bull market, with Bitcoin (BTC, or Bitcoin Core), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Bitcoin SV (BSV) all ranking among the top five traded coins. But what are these different bitcoins? And which is the most important, or interesting, to watch? Over the past fews days green candles have blanketed the market, with many coins breaking their price resistance, trade volumes going sky-high, and new money entering the market. Despite these

Blockchain for impact: going beyond Bitcoin

The application of blockchain for impact projects around the world is gaining increasing attention. Matthew Partington examines how this groundbreaking technology might be used to help people and the planet. By 2020, futurists imagined we’d have flying cars, androids indistinguishable from people, digital mutations embedded in our skulls, and governments capable of predicting and calculating our every move. Something akin to an existential battle begat by the rise of technology, precariously le

The bubble has burst: What happened to the cryptocurrency craze?

The bitcoin bubble has burst: What happened to the cryptocurrency craze? Bitcoin, Ethereum and the like are no longer dominating headlines The value of online cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin soared last year, with the latter chalking up a rise of nearly 2,000 per cent from around $1,000 per coin to more than $19,000 between January and December. Since reaching this fever pitch, though, the cryptocurrency market has lost nearly three quarters of its value, shedding more than $500b (£393bn) in a s

BITCOIN PRICE: Can YOU make money from Bitcoin? Get rich quick or fools’ gold?

now Make the most of your money by signing up to our newsletter fornow We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Today finance writer Rebecca Jones investigates the Bitcoin phenomenon and asks: could YOU make money from Bitcoin? Bitcoin broke through a new high of $6,400 a coin today as a US broker said it would create “derivative contracts” for the online currency, marking a new stage