BREAKER has published 450-plus stories since launching last summer. We’ve uncovered pay-for-play scams on dodgy crypto sites. We’ve survived blockchain cruises and libertarian conventions. We’ve hung out with crypto lobbyists, adult entertainers, DEA agents, and many a bitcoin maximalist. And we’re just getting started. In the next few months, you’ll see many more such stories and several new features on the site, from design updates to premium ads.
BREAKER’s parent company, SingularDTV, is also evolving. Today, it launches a blockchain-powered digital entertainment platform full of sci-fi, documentaries, and film classics like the original A Star is Born. At the same time, SingularDTV is changing its brand, itself becoming “Breaker.” Its new site will be breaker.io.
Simultaneously, BREAKER, the magazine, is becoming BREAKERMAG. We wanted no confusion about the respective identities and purposes of the two entities. BREAKERMAG will continue to operate independently of its parent, taking no editorial direction from our owners. Our goal at BREAKERMAG will still be journalism about the people and ideas of the blockchain space. We will continue covering crypto’s many controversies, its wide array of intriguing personalities, and the wider shift to Web 3.0. Nothing in fact will change, except in a minor way, our name. Stay tuned for more to come.
—Ben Schiller, Editor-in-Chief