The last post is from September 25, 2019, there are hardly any exciting new ICOs to invest in and even fewer new projects that are worth a real look. So how do you go on with the blog of the Altcoin speculator? I asked myself this question a little more than a year ago and there were actually only two options: building a news page with daily content updates and your own formats à la BTC Echo or Cryptomonday, or the second option that I supported had decided after some consideration.
A print magazine. Exclusively around the topic of blockchain.
Sounds strange? Rather not: Many people have already heard of blockchain and Bitcoin, but often there is a deeper understanding of the new technology – and there is still no real magazine that deals with the topic.
So what is the block magazine?
The block magazine is the first German-language magazine that not only explains blockchain technology and ICOs in a beginner-friendly manner, but also gives insights into how it is used by various companies. The first edition includes:
- Entry-level article: How does the blockchain work? What are ICOs?
- 13 articles on more than 100 pages: Insights into various companies and areas of application – including Smart Containers, Modum, Enerchain and the WZL of RWTH Aachen
- The cover story that reports on the German blockchain ecosystem and its regulation
- An extensive glossary
- A competition based on Blockv
Who is the block magazine suitable for?
The magazine is for everyone who enjoys blockchain and would like to take a look behind the facade of the company. It is less about technical aspects and details, so that even newcomers can understand everything together with the explanatory articles at the beginning – ideal for friends and family, to whom, as blockchain experts, you have not always wanted to explain everything in lengthy discussions.
Where can you buy the block magazine?
The block magazine is available today, July 6th, 2020 in every major train station and airport in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, as well as online at www.blockmagazin.de for 8 euros (9 euros in Austria and 9 CHF in Switzerland).