The cryptocurrency industry is still in its early stages, and it might feel like the wild west of finance. Fortunes can be created and decimated in a short period of time.
Even though our content is intended for information purposes only, when it comes to matters of money, our content can have an impact on the lives of others.
That’s why, to deliver a sound and responsible cryptocurrency education, Altcoins Mastery adheres to the following principles:
- PRINCIPLE 1. Simple (but not simpler): The cryptocurrency jargon can be complex and intimidating. We strive to strike a balance between simplicity and accuracy. We have a bias for simplicity (explain like I’m 5) but we aim to keep the substance intact.
- PRINCIPLE 2. Accurate & Trustworthy: We created Altcoins Mastery to be an accurate and trustworthy resource for DeFi, Web 3.0, and crypto enthusiasts, investors, and traders. We strive to present high-quality information clearly and up-to-date.
- PRINCIPLE 3. Bias for Pragmatism: We strive to create the most comprehensive practical guides that you can use with confidence (regardless of your level of experience) to get started and make smarter, better-informed decisions.
- PRINCIPLE 4. Transparency: When Altcoins Mastery recommends or holds a position in a particular crypto, that fact is disclosed at the end of the article.
- PRINCIPLE 5. Skin in the Game: We recommend products or cryptos that we have actually tried and use ourselves.
- PRINCIPLE 6. Rigor (Unbiased): We may receive commissions when you click our links and make purchases. However, products and cryptos have their pros and cons. Our content is carefully researched, field-tested, and is not written to support any particular agenda.
- PRINCIPLE 7. Signal > Noise: 98% of the info in the crypto world is pure noise. We strive to be a signal amidst the noise
We have designed our editorial policy to guide our business and communications. To serve our community, our readers, and future crypto Jedis.
Our editorial policy, however, does not absolve individuals of responsibility for their own decisions. Remember to DYOR (do your own research), conduct due diligence, and use critical thinking to develop your own views.