November 8, 2022 – Tel-Aviv, Israel – Chainwire, a crypto press release distribution service, has been awarded nine badges by software marketplace G2. The badges were assigned in G2’s Fall 2022 report based on the responses from real users featured in its quarterly review form.
Accolades earned by Chainwire include High Performer, Users Most Likely to Recommend, and Highest User Adoption. A total of nine decorations recognize Chainwire’s efforts in providing a best-in-class PR service for blockchain companies. Additional badges awarded to Chainwire include Best Meets Requirements, Easiest Admin, Easiest Setup, Easiest To Do Business With, Easiest to Use, and Best Support.
Alon Keren, CMO at Chainwire said: “We’re delighted to have been recognized by G2 for our efforts in delivering an industry-leading newswire syndication service. We’re proud to be the first PR service of its kind for the blockchain industry, facilitating press release distribution across the entire cryptosphere, and providing Web3 projects the attention they deserve.”
“Rankings on G2 reports are based on data provided to us by real software buyers,” said Sara Rossio, Chief Product Officer at G2. “Potential buyers know they can trust these insights when researching and selecting software because they’re rooted in vetted, verified, and authentic reviews.”
Popular with more than 300 clients in the cryptosphere, including crypto exchanges, Web3 events, blockchain companies, launchpads, investment firms, DeFi projects and Web3 PR agencies, Chainwire allows press releases to be published automatically across the leading crypto media publications all around the world.
Learn more about what real users have to say (or leave your own review of Chainwire) on G2’s Chainwire review page.
Chainwire automates the process of submitting press releases to major crypto news outlets, enabling Web3 projects to reach multiple publications and tap into a global audience that’s seeking their products and services. Developed by an experienced team with long-established media…