Bankless Times wins Best Journalist Coverage at LendIt 2018

LendIt Fintech USA, the world’s leading event in financial services innovation, announced today that it has selected Bankless Times managing editor Tony Zerucha as the winner for Best Journalist Coverage at the second annual LendIt Fintech Industry Awards.

Founded in 2011, Bankless Times covers the influence of technology on all areas of finance, including crowdfunding, blockchain, artificial intelligence and biometrics. Since he joined the publication in 2012 Zerucha has written more than 1,000 articles on these topics.

The annual LendIt Fintech Industry Awards brought together 400 fintech influencers and innovators to celebrate outstanding achievement across 21 unique categories. Zerucha was selected out of six notable peers, by more than 30 industry experts who judged finalists representing innovation, emerging talent and top performers.

“This was quite an honour and unexpected,” Zerucha said. “I have enjoyed covering alternative finance and telling the stories of people and companies who are changing the world.”

LendIt Fintech USA, a gathering of more than 5,000 industry professionals in San Francisco, showcases the leaders in innovation across financial services including the digital banking, fintech, blockchain and lending industries. 

For a complete list of winners, click here.

About LendIt Fintech

LendIt Fintech is a recognized global internet finance industry leader, founded in New York in 2013. Its aim is to gather industry elites to discuss and explore latest trends in the development of international financial technology. LendIt Fintech has become the largest event in financial services innovation as it hosts three annual conferences, LendIt Fintech USA, LendIt Fintech Europe, and Lang Di Fintech, and dozens of complementary online and in-person industry events. LendIt also owns and operates one of the world’s leading industry educational channels, Lend Academy.

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