Benzinga shares Bull Prophet’s crypto trading advice marketplace

Rick Steves

“First, investing in cryptocurrency can be daunting. We’ve doubled down on cryptocurrency coverage and education in order to empower our readers.”

As part of its mission to bridge the gap between retail and institutional investors, Benzinga has partnered with Bull Prophet to share their services with its vast audience.

The partnership comes on the heels of Benzinga’s expanded advertising offerings where it shares interesting and helpful services to enhance users’ investing journey.

Bull Prophet aims to counter deception and fraud associated with crypto

Bull Prophet offers a two-sided marketplace designed to provide trusted, verified, and transparent crypto trading advice.

The recently launched two-sided advisory platform offers a unique structure where seasoned traders, known as Crypto Experts, host private rooms where they demonstrate their trading strategies in real-time.

Subscribers gain valuable insights including a direct line of communication with the Crypto Expert, access to the Crypto Expert’s portfolio and trading history, and live updates on market trends. This way, subscribers can make more informed decisions about their own trading activities.

The Bull Prophet platform aims to counter the deception and fraud often associated with the crypto space by offering a solution that champions transparency, accountability, and third-party verification

“Investing in cryptocurrency can be daunting”

Andrew Lebbos, Vice President of Licensing at Benzinga, said: “First, investing in cryptocurrency can be daunting. We’ve doubled down on cryptocurrency coverage and education in order to empower our readers.

McEwen Hardy Co/Founder and CEO of Bull Prophet, commented: “Bull Prophet is the anxiety medication for your crypto trading. Our platform enables users to learn directly from crypto experts with proven track records, who are continually watching the markets and limiting risk.”

Benzinga works with big-name institutions, brokerages, and news outlets to provide high-quality, low-cost, timely content through its own platform. Its core product portfolio consists of newswires, analytics software, and data services, but the firm also hosts in-person thought leadership, networking, and educational events.

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