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Blokt was founded in 2017 by Greg Adams, a crypto enthusiast, with a background in security, web journalism, media and marketing. After building an extensive list of contacts in the blockchain space, Greg put together a team that would later become essential to Blokt’s success.

Whether you are interested in privacy, blockchain, security, or any of the various cryptocurrencies, we have content that will keep you informed, safe, and guide you through the complex processes involved in using cryptocurrencies.

Our news section features breaking stories on privacy and cryptocurrencies, and thanks to our proprietary TrendSpotter software, our editorial team has access to potential scoops and story opportunities before they hit the news.

We strive to provide excellent professional and ethical standards of reporting, as our editorial policy explains:

“We endeavor to deliver unbiased, timely news to our readership. We focus on bringing you objective reporting and demand high standards from our journalists, who adhere to our strict editorial guidelines. Authors and journalists at Blokt receive one-to-one training to ensure they meet these high professional and ethical standards.”


As privacy advocates and members of the cryptocurrency community, many problems became apparent to us when searching for news and information about privacy, blockchain projects and cryptocurrencies. We set out to solve these problems, and our mission statement reflects this fact:

  1. Provide the news without bias

Many cryptocurrency news websites have incentives for publishing positive or negative stories about a specific brand, product or cryptocurrency. We are an independent publisher, have a strict no-payment policy and will not accept any form of payment for publishing news. Any advertisements on other sections of our site are clearly marked as such.

Biases can lead to the failure to address real issues within particular cryptocurrency and blockchain projects, and problems which face the blockchain and privacy landscapes as a whole. These failures can be costly to users and investors. Our writers and journalists are not afraid to tackle issues, red flags and fraud in their reporting, as can be seen in the following examples:

So far, CREDITS has yet to provide even ordinary evidence (testnet speed tests are hardly evidence). Until CREDITS can prove its claims, skepticism should be the default.

why is so much slippage needed to fill an order on Okex, when they are supposedly one of the highest-ranking exchanges for volume?

The following equation can summarize the major red flags that were raised regarding the initial planned token sale.
Massive Hype + Dutch Auction + Time Constrained Discounts + No Hardcap + Team Keeping Majority of Tokens = Cash Grab and Immediate Dump?

  1. Timely reporting with exceptional standards

In the blockchain sector, everything moves fast, and we understand the need to get information to our readership as quickly as possible. That is why we created our proprietary TrendSpotter software, which, using sophisticated technology and algorithms, detects potential scoops and story opportunities and sends them to our editorial team before they hit the news. We aim to investigate and report on all important developments in the space.

Here are some examples of our exclusive stories, coverage and interviews we’ve been first to break:

Each member of our editorial team is expected to consistently meet the high standards we set out in our editorial guidelines. They receive one-to-one training to ensure they have a perfect understanding of our process and guidance documentation.

Our journalists write using the inverted pyramid style so our readers can quickly take the most important information away from an article and decide for themselves whether they wish to continue reading. They also have access to a premium database of sources where they can obtain exclusive quotes and commentary from experts for their stories.

  1. Globally inclusive

While most of our core team is based in Twickenham, UK, we don’t just hire journalists and writers from our location; we employ freelance journalists from many countries across the world, with varying backgrounds. Our main condition is that they can meet our high standards of reporting.

We love to attend and cover conferences all over the world, and you’ll find members of our team at many. We have partnerships with Blockchain Economic Forum, Blockercon, Blockchain International Show, Futuretech Expo and Malta Blockchain Summit.

  1. All the tools you could possibly need, in one place

It can be a pain having to check coin prices, ICO performance, the price at the last all-time-high and various other metrics, on individual sites. That’s why we’re creating multiple tools which will be available to our users on Blokt, free of charge. No more site hopping. Ilya Novickov, our full stack developer, is responsible for our tools section, which is currently in alpha and due for release this summer.

  1. Non-intrusive Advertising

Many tech resources are littered with ads and popups which are intrusive for the user and slow down the browsing experience. We keep our ads to a minimum and regularly run with no ads whatsoever. When we do run ads, we ensure that any advertising is marked clearly and therefore distinguishable from our original content.


Blokt is a word-play on blocked. It’s short, catchy and memorable.




verb, past tense | ˈbläkt
Definition of blokt: 
1. to publish blockchain, privacy and tech content to exceptional standards: she blokt the perfect article



Managing Director & Editor

Managing Director, Editor, Proprietor & avid crypto-enthusiast. Greg is the founder of [blokt] and was the original editor responsible for building the team of journalists we have today.

Greg specializes in crypto-security and sees himself as accountable for ensuring our readership, both new and experienced cryptocurrency users, stay safe and maintain high standards of personal security and OPSEC.

Greg has broken many security-based news stories before any other publication, including the Parity Vulnerability story in November 2017, and the Bee Token Hack story in January 2018. Greg's industry commentary has been published on investing.com, capital.com, and express.co.uk.

Contact Details:
  • Tel: +44 (0)203 642 6038 Ext. 102
  • Email: greg.adams@blokt.com
  • Office: Richmond Bridge House, 419 Richmond Road, Richmond, Twickenham, TW1 2EX, United Kingdom
  • Full Bio
Full Stack Developer

Boasting more than a decade's experience with Python and vast experience with various frontend and backend solutions, Ilya is our full stack dev. He quickly became a Geth wizard to marry blockchain with existing tech and is responsible for the development and upkeep of our various tools, including our proprietary "story opportunity" software used by our journalists.

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Managing Editor

Managing Editor, Tech Journalist, and Financial Market Analyst. Darren has over four years of experience as a market commentator and two as a journalist. As Darren's experience in the blockchain industry has grown, so has his ability to spot stories, build industry contacts, and maintain a factually accurate standard of reporting.

Darren started at [blokt] as a journalist, and due to his incredible attention to detail, he progressed to an Editor position. This was followed shortly after by his promotion to the Managing Editor position. He is responsible for maintaining our editorial process and guidelines for journalists, and for ensuring our editorial policy demands high professional and ethical standards from our writers.

Darren has previously held positions at investopedia.com, ics-digital.com, and icmarkets.com.

Contact Details:
  • Tel: +44 (0)203 642 6038 Ext. 103
  • Email: darren.brazer@blokt.com
  • Office: 205/21 Thong Lo, Sukhumvit 55, Klong Tan Nuea, 10110 Bangkok, Thailand

Pete is our part-time Editor based in London, UK. His work and commentary have been published to a vast list of publications including theregister.co.uk, computerweekly.com, itpro.co.uk, digitalhealthage.com, cbronline.com, globalsecuritymag.fr and many more.

Pete has a keen interest in blockchain, social engineering, and cybersecurity. Over the years, as a security professional and technology journalist, he has built up an extensive list of qualifications including certifications from Scrum, Microsoft, APMG and many others.

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Technical Editor/Business Relations Lead

With a wealth of experience in the tech space, Slavcho has worked as a project manager, writer, editor, and business development manager.

A qualified electrical engineer, who now enjoys working in the enthralling world of privacy and blockchain as our technical editor and business relations lead.

Contact Details:

  • Tel: +44 (0)203 642 6038 Ext. 105
  • Email: slavcho@blokt.com
  • Office: Richmond Bridge House, 419 Richmond Road, Richmond, Twickenham, TW1 2EX, United Kingdom


Elliot is a blockchain, fintech and cryptocurrency copywriter from the UK. He's been writing for the DLT space for two years, in which time he's reported on many topics and a wide range of projects. Elliot has a number of blockchain investments and is particularly interested in blockchain for individual monetary sovereignty.

Shilpa is a management graduate and a network engineer who is deeply passionate about blockchain technology and artificial intelligence. She has been associated with several leading science & tech publications throughout her career as a journalist and columnist.

Full-time foodie, semi-skilled musician, wannabe novelist.

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Ian Lee is a freelance journalist specializing in the areas of business, finance, and economics. He also has over five years of experience in investment banking.

Ian holds a bachelor's degree in finance, and his work has been published on an extensive list of publications including cryptocurrencynews.com, lifehack.org, downtofive.com, fintechfans.com, iragoldadvisor.com, microsmallcap.com and streetsignals.com.

Contact Details:

  • Tel: +44 (0)203 642 6038 Ext. 109
  • Email: ian.lee@blokt.com
  • Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A hobbyist programmer and freelance writer. Jeremy is a tech fanatic and a keen crypto collector. He is active in many blockchain communities.
Bill is a freelance tech writer who focuses on pro-freedom technologies like 3D printing, VPNs, and cryptocurrencies. He started investing in BTC in 2014 while working at a stealth 3D printing startup in Puerto Rico.

Ki Chong first discovered Bitcoin in 2013 and has been hooked on the decentralized dream ever since. Originally from Los Angeles, he spent 4 years in Cambodia as the founder of the first 3D printing business in the country. Since leaving his business, he has devoted himself fulltime to blockchain technology in general and Ethereum in particular.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in International Economics from the University of California San Diego and is an avid Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) enthusiast.

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Glenn is an avid blockchain and crypto geek, and cloud product guy with a particular interest in data archiving, compliance and eDiscovery. He is also a freelance writer and consultant, and is passionate about technology that challenges the status quo.

His expert commentary and previous work has been featured in various online publications including scmagazineuk.com, cbronline.com, eweek.com, theregister.co.uk and more.

Contact Details:

  • Email: glenn.brown@blokt.com
  • Location: Richmond Bridge House, 419 Richmond Road, Richmond, Twickenham, TW1 2EX, United Kingdom

A tech journalist and crypto market analyst, Malek is also a double Master's Degree holder, his most recent one being from a US Top College in Petroleum Engineering.

Malek worked as an Engineer for a Major E&P and started showing interest in cryptocurrencies a year ago, impressed by the huge potential of both the concept and the technology underlying it.

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Williams is a fintech journalist with a passion for blockchain technology and its revolutionary applications in finance. He also has a special interest in global politics and economics.

After studying Chemical Engineering, he became a freelance journalist and research analyst and has never looked back. He has written content for several blockchain firms and his work has been published on many crypto news publications.

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Stuart is a guest writer and blogger that discovered cryptocurrencies in 2014 and has been hooked ever since. He is also passionate about the issues currently facing individuals who are seeking to protect their privacy in more and more data invasive world.


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