Editorial Policy

coinrivet.com – editorial policy

These policies govern us of our site by Coin Rivet Limited and its users. We welcome feedback on these policies.

Our Editorial Policy

Who we are

www.coinrivet.com is a dedicated digital currency global news site and an independent publication covering blockchain-based cryptocurrencies, distributed ledger technology (“DLT”), decentralised applications, the internet of finance, wallets, exchanges and initial coin offerings (“ICOs”). Financial technology is fast revolutionising the world and with this new digital age we are heading into, it is completely inevitable that we will one day be Using digital currencies.

The concept of cryptocurrencies and the underlying technology is not easy to understand and much less inviting to Use. Simply put it is just not User-friendly. The available information and help on the internet is just as hard to get your head round, it seems you need to have a degree in computer science to even have a small chance of understanding how this new technology works.

Here at Coin Rivet, we want to try and solve some of the issues that people in the real-world face when it comes to blockchain-based cryptocurrencies, wallets, exchanges, ICO’s. Simply put we want to start a revolution in this space by bringing insights, analysis and news from industry experts, braking down the barriers to entry for us all and empowering all digital citizens.

www.coinrivet.com is a site operated by Coin Rivet Limited (“we/us/our“). We are registered in England and Wales under company number 11316064 and have our registered office at Kemp House, 160 City Road, London EC1V 2NX. Our main trading address is Kemp House, 160 City Road, London EC1V 2NX.

We are a limited company.

To contact us, please email [email protected]

We may amend our policies from time to time. Every time you wish to Use our site, please check our policies to ensure you understand the policies that apply at that time.

Our aim

Our aim is to deliver accuracy, objective, fair and responsible reporting, with our editorial team covering news concerning blockchain-based cryptocurrencies, DLT, decentralised applications, the internet of finance, wallets, exchanges and ICOs with impartiality and integrity.

Our editorial team and all of our freelance writers are required to disclose any investments or outside activities associated with cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.

We do not receive payment in return for publishing news articles, features or product reviews. Neither do we pay for tips or access to sources.

We do not take positions on the economic value on any given cryptocurrency or blockchain project, though our outside opinion contributors may express their own views on such matters.

Our employees are not restricted from owning or investing in cryptocurrencies or blockchain-based projects as investments. 

However, we do maintain guidelines under the terms of our Acceptable Use Policy that all our contributors must follow when reporting on cryptocurrencies or tokens in which they invest.

Our bottom line

We do not trade or invest in the cryptocurrency markets, and we do not own or hold positions in any cryptocurrencies, nor are we active in any cryptocurrency markets.

Our revenue stems from events, research and advertising, primarily via our site.


Comments policy

OUR COMMENTS POLICY

This policy governs the moderation of comments on articles shown on our site.

Our requirements

We do not tolerate user comments which:

  • contain threats;
  • are derogatory of public figures, authors or other users
  • are derogatory based on background, race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation;
  • are potentially libellous or which we consider to be in breach of copyright;
  • involve spam and other commercial comments;
  • seek to elicit tips or money;
  • contain details of wallet addresses of digital currencies;
  • are posted by users with offensive usernames or with URLs as their username;
  • are posted by users who we have found to have pasted the same or substantially similar links into multiple threads or who we have found to have pasted links without explanation;
  • We consider to constitute trolling.

All comments with links pass must be moderated before they are shown on the thread to which they are posted, which may result in a delay between posting and viewing links on our threads.

We are most like to accept comments that are relevant to the article or thread in question.

Duplicate comments will be discarded.

Suggestions for users posting on our site

Be sure to carefully edit any submissions and ensure they are topical.

Ensure submissions are not inflammatory.

If you notice any issues with an article, please contact us so it may be corrected as soon as possible.

Articles can be voted up or down by users, which will have an effect on their coverage.

Submissions which we consider to be insightful are more likely to be chosen as ‘featured’ comments.

We are a UK-based site, so moderation may be quicker during UK working hours.

As Coin Rivet has multiple writers, it is possible that some articles may posted as opinion or feature pieces rather than news. The views and opinions of authors do not reflect the views of Coin Rivet Limited.

You should report any comments which you deem unacceptable by writing to us at [email protected]

Regular commenters using their own name are more like to be to have their submissions uploaded.