Cryptonews Grows by Adding 6th Language and Entering Italian Market
Cryptonews family have just added a new member. We are excited to announce that Cryptonews is now available in Italian for all our Italian speaking readers. Anyone who wishes to get the latest crypto news and developments in Italian, as well as local cryptocurrency scene updates can visit it.cryptonews.com.
Italian is the sixth language in which Cryptonews articles are available. Aside from English and Italian, you can also read our stories in Arabic, German, French, and Dutch. Also, an expansion to Asia and other regions is in the works with our new partners.
“We are thrilled to have Italy as one of our cornerstone audiences. Tapping into Italian crypto scene is very important for us,” said Gediminas Klepackas, CEO of Cryptonews. “We are always looking to add more markets to the lineup, especially from those regions where blockchain technology can make the most impact. If you would like to work with us and introduce Cryptonews to your local country, please get in touch with us.”
The Italian version is managed by Luca Lamberti, a business consultant who’s active in the blockchain and cryptocurrency sector since 2017.
“I’m very excited about being a part of this dynamic and professional team. The team is very focused and ambitious, and this is the most amazing industry in the world, crypto! I find it very important to share knowledge about cryptocurrencies because I believe it will change humanity and will bring more justice, hope, and freedom to the world. That is why I am involved in this industry and happy to share as much as I can about this world-changing technology,” he said.
“We were already looking for partners in Italy extensively when Luca showed up. He is a great person and a true professional who is invaluable to our evergrowing international team. He will add lots of high-quality analytic content,” the CEO added.
Cryptonews was launched in January 2018. The company is backed by Antanas Guoga, ultimate blockchain enthusiast, founder of the International Blockchain Centre in Vilnius, Lithuania, entrepreneur and Member of the European Parliament. Guoga is also known as TonyG for his poker acumen, both as world-caliber player and founder of pokernews.com (sold in 2014).