Crypto.Review Launches their In-depth and Unbiased Crypto Product Review Platform

Crypto.Review is a brand new hub for everything blockchain, aiming to become the most useful and trusted resource for crypto consumers to find information about crypto related products.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - March 13, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

After months of behind the scenes work, a team of crypto experts has finally launched Crypto.Review. The team is led by Ben Starr, an entrepreneur from England who has successfully built multiple large and successful content websites such as ChooseWheels.com and ChooseMattress.com.

CEO of Crypto.Review stated that:

“Crypto.Review combines my passion of content and marketing with an even bigger passion of mine; blockchain and cryptocurrency. This is now my main focus, I am confident myself and the team can work together to become an authority in this niche and help consumers get the most up to date, unbiased and useful information about crypto products and services.”

Product Reviews

So far the team at Crypto.Review have been working hard to provide detailed guides on the essential crypto products such as exchanges. Each exchange is rated based on criteria such as security, features, fees and customer support. Up next is wallets, coins and token generation events, some of which have been published already.

The Blog

In addition to rating products, the team is also using their crypto experience to produce detailed and easy to understand content about blockchain to help users get started. This is important since the vast majority of the global population still have little understanding about this technology. Crypto.review will help give impartial advice that users can trust when making decisions.

About Crypto.Review

Crypto.Review is an intuitive cryptocurrency and blockchain focused website providing deep analysis and in-depth reviews on all kinds of products and services such as exchanges, wallets, coins and token generation events. For more information please visit https://crypto.review.

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Media Contact
Name: Ben Starr
Location: London, England
Email: ben@crypto.review

Crypto.Review is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to consumer protections. This press release is for informational purposes only. The information does not constitute investment advice or an offer to invest

Contact Info:
Name: Ben Starr
Email: ben@crypto.review
Organization: Crypto.Review

For more information, please visit https://crypto.review/

Source: MarketersMedia

Release ID: 312450

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