Bitcoin Market Journal Offers Free PRO Subscriptions to NYSE Members

Boston, MA (May 9, 2018) – According to a New York Times report, the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange is developing an online platform to allow investors to “buy and hold” bitcoin. To help traders themselves learn about these new digital assets, Bitcoin Market Journal, the leading investor publication, is offering NYSE members a free three-month subscription to its premium investor service.

“We’ve been preparing for this moment since we launched a year ago,” explained John Hargrave, publisher of Bitcoin Market Journal. “We’ve built a world-class team of analysts and journalists to provide new investors the basics and practiced traders insights. We’ve built a library of Analyst Reports on digital currencies, Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), and early-stage blockchain investments.”

The rise of virtual currencies like bitcoin recalls the early days of the stock market, where investors needed education on how markets worked, as well as reliable information on daily stock prices. It was these market needs that allowed a journalist like Charles Dow to create publications like The Wall Street Journal and innovations like the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

“These guys created dynasties,” said Patrick Houston, the former head of sites CNET.com, ZDNet.com, and Yahoo Tech. Now Editorial Director of Bitcoin Market Journal, Houston continued, “Like then, this is the opportunity to create real, immense, and enduring value for investors.”

Members of the New York Stock Exchange will be able to get a free three-month subscription to Bitcoin Market Journal PRO, a weekly newsletter with first-look bitcoin and blockchain investment opportunities, as well as ongoing webinars, events, and training opportunities. They can apply for their free subscription here:

https://www.bitcoinmarketjournal.com/contact/

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About Bitcoin Market Journal

From our offices in Boston’s historic district, our team of research analysts and journalists uncover the most promising new companies in the world of New Finance. We explain bitcoin and altcoins in plain English, assessing the best and filtering out the rest. We are independent, transparent, and free from paid advertising. Follow us @BitcoinMktJrnl on Twitter, or visit BitcoinMarketJournal.com to learn more.

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