Espacio announces new online publication Mi Dinero covering blockchain, fintech, and cryptocurrencies
Not be confused with either the Uruguayan Midinero or even the embattled Dinero in Colombia, the Colombian Midinero project began to take root mid-2017, in response to the lack of up-to-date, accessible and informative industry news for the emerging topics in Latin America.
The publication team is made up of a passionate group of journalists from within the Espacio media incubator, with Andrés Taborda as editor of the publication, and Alejandra Eusse and Jennifer Espinosa as the sites lead journalists. The collaborative team hopes to bring a fresh perspective on the latest fintech news for cryptocurrency enthusiast and the general public.
“This site represents a great challenge, as it covers a connective issue, that is relatively unknown. Mi Dinero is the ideal platform to resolve the many uncertainties that have arisen from the controversy surrounding cryptocurrency in the world,” Andrés Taborda commented.
The content published on the online publication is written in the language of the world of finance, but with an emphasis on representing the content in an educational and comprehensible style, accessible for general audiences.
Mi Dinero will not only distribute fintech news and information, but also aims to promote the growth of startups in the industry, and help to build the community. In this way, Espacio will be part of the promotion and dissemination of the cryptographic market in Latin American, and expand opportunities for large and small companies.
The Mi Dinero team commented, “[Mi Dinero] has a group of professionals dedicated to keeping up with the day to day of what goes on with cryptocurrencies, and highlighting important issues relating to Blockchain and Fintech “.
Mi Dinero is an example of the various projects directed by Espacio, which aims to promote entrepreneurship, acceleration, and growth of new companies in Latin America and the world.