CryptoPotato is fully committed to delivering high-quality content related to the cryptocurrency industry from authors with insightful perspectives on relevant topics.
We aim to maintain the trust of our readers, and, as such, we strive to upkeep the highest level of journalistic ethics.
Some of the core pillars of our content include, but are not limited to:
Attribution and Credit
Our authors always source images and quotes, attributing any assets to the original creator or owner. We believe in credit when credit is due and adhere to high ethical principles when attributing and crediting assets used in our content.
With a full understanding of how critical reliable sourcing is, we base our stories on facts vetted by proven experts. To further expand the principles of attribution, we always give the necessary recognition – all of our news is always cited to the original source.
To maintain our integrity as a reliable source of information in the cryptocurrency industry, we strive to deliver the news with absolute objectivity. Our editors exercise a high level of scrutiny when checking the facts stated in each story, guaranteeing they are completely free from bias, true, and come from a reliable source.
Corrections & Clarifications
To uphold our core principle and policies, CryptoPotato maintains a high level of flexibility. While there’s no room for error, mistakes happen. As such, we acknowledge and correct (or clarify) in an appropriate manner and also as quickly as it’s reasonably possible:
- Considerable material mistakes that have been demonstrated or are readily apparent
- Materially misleading information
Opinions and Transparency
Besides news, CryptoPotato will also publish opinion articles that skew from the realm of complete objectivity and represent the views and beliefs of the author who’s compiling them. These articles are always clearly marked as “Opinion.”
In the spirit of the industry we occupy, we fully believe in transparency and genuine reporting. Because of this, all stories that have been paid for as advertisements have been labeled and tagged as such. This content is intentionally delineated from our main news sections, editorials, and guides.
In addition, CryptoPotato refuses to do business with projects that promise guaranteed returns, make use of deceptive slang and language to lure investors under false pretenses, or teams that have links to bad actors.