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Editorial Policy

Mission of Applancer

The mission of Applancer is to record the blockchain program and create a forum for critical thoughts among those building a more prolific and inclusive digital economy.

Editorial Independence

The principles of fairness, accuracy, objectivity and responsible reporting are maintained by us. We support principles of brilliance in reporting original news and in reviewing and corroborating data from additional sources.

The team of editorial cover news with impartiality and integrity, without impact of the publisher or its owners and investors.

Editorial Transparency

The entire team of editorial members and writers for Applancer reveal investments and activities associated with digital currency.

Following are the FAQs intended to deliver additional clarity on Applancer, its leadership and the investments of its owners.

Here it includes the answers to the following questions about the undertakings of Applancer and its owners regarding to the digital currency and blockchain-based asset markets.

Who Owns Applancer?

Applancer is a subsidiary of Applancer Services Pvt. Limited.

Who Founded Applancer?

In the 2017, Applancer was started by Applancer Services Pvt. Limited.

Does your Employees Own or Trade Digital Currencies?

Applancer employees are not limited from owning or investing in digital currencies or blockchain-based projects as savings.

However, Applancer has exposed guidelines that contributors can follow when reporting on digital currencies or tokens - they are invested.


Sponsors who write about startups or projects - they have invested are required to disclose those investments in their bios, that can easily access by clicking.

Contributors of Applancer may use, purchase or handle digital currencies in combination with researching or reporting on a division. Any funds yielded meanwhile in researching an article must be revealed at the bottom of that article.

Also, contributors who have owned digital currencies or tokens in material amounts (defined as more than $500) essentially need to disclose information in their user bios.

Do You Recommend Any Digital Currencies?

No, Applancer does not hold positions on the economic value on any specified digital currency or blockchain project.

How You Make Money?

Through events, research and advertising - Applancer earns money.

In digital currency markets, the company does not trade or invest. Not even the company hold our own positions in any digital currencies. In addition, the company is not active in any digital currency markets.

Across its product lines, Applancer generally accepts payment in bitcoin. However, the company works with bitcoin payment processors to immediately convert those funds to US dollars.