SatoshiFire is a website for current trends in banking and cryptocurrencies. Our main goal is to help readers stay up-to-date, keep track and make sense of the ever-changing banking and cryptocurrency market.

Many people increasingly go on the Internet to seek answers to their finance-related questions. However, the financial world online is full of complex jargon and misleading information.

Our ultimate goal is to help our readers sift through the jargon and inaccurate information. We hope to make them financially independent by making sound, informed financial decisions. For example, if you have an exporting company in Kenya, India, Dubai or Bangladesh with clients in Europe who pay in euro, you will be interested to know which bank offers a non-resident euro bank account with IBAN to receive payments from SEPA countries.

A Bitcoiner may wish to know a bank that has Bitcoin and fiat money checking accounts. A new arrival in the UK may want to know how to open a bank account without a proof of address. An online trader may be interested in receiving PayPal payments in unsupported countries.

SatoshiFire is structured and designed to answer such questions.

Our Editorial Process

Our editorial process is simple but effective. Using our in-house keyword tool, Rankshaper, we find out what people are searching from the topics that we write about. The tool collects data from Google Webmaster Search Console and gives our authors actionable information based on what people are searching for. We then work hard to find accurate, honest, latest information to answer their questions.

As an on-page SEO tool as well, Rankshaper allows us to optimise our published content to constantly meet the needs of our readers. The tool tells us how our readers came across our website. In this way, we are able to update, improve our articles in ways that add value to our visitors. It is important for us to know what our visitors are looking for and make sure they find it.

We are guided by these principles: accuracy, relevance and up-to-date information. If you come across any inaccurate or out-of-date information, please feel free to contact us.

Our Editorial Team

Our editors and writers have many years of experience in writing for the web on these topics. They are part of our team because of their in-depth knowledge, experience, multi-cultural backgrounds and love for financial independence.

We manage all of our content as a team to make sure it meets our style and quality.

Robin

Robino is an experienced journalist and online editor with more than 20 years of experience. He is originally from the Netherlands, but has traveled extensively over the world. He can communicate and understands 6 languages, and he speaks 3 languages fluently.

Kasper

Kasper is our expert for Bitcoin and bank accounts. He holds an MSc in mathematics. He has traveled and worked across the globe for different companies and non-profits, including CouchSurfing and Geekcorps Mali, Mercedes-Benz and the Dutch tax authorities. He is the co-founder of B2B Pay that provides virtual bank accounts for exporters receiving payments from Europe.

Crispus Nyaga

Crispus is a finance professional with more than a decade experience in the industry. Over the years, Crispus has written in-depth articles on leading platforms like CCN, Marketwatch, and Seeking Alpha. He also runs a Forex education and managed account company called WestEndFx.

Ndesanjo Macha

Ndesanjo is an experienced blogger and journalist. After he finished high school, he trained as a journalist for a weekly Swahili newspaper, Wakati ni Huu. He then studied law at the University of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania and later on got his MA in Sociology, focusing on social informatics, at the the University of Toledo, Ohio, USA. For over 10 years he was the Sub Saharan Africa editor for Global Voices, a global citizen media organisation. He was named one of 100 Influential Africans in Media Category by the New African magazine, June 2011 edition. On SatoshiFire, he focuses on virtual bank accounts and managed the editorial process.

Organisation

SatoshiFire is part of SEO Crew OÜ, a project registered in Estonia specializing in online publishing, SEO and web properties.

If you have any questions or suggestions, don’t hesitate to contact us.