Looking for CoinDesk’s RSS Feed? Here It Is

If you want to know about CoinDesk stories as soon as they’re published, we have just the thing.

Sep 17, 2021 at 8:59 p.m. UTC
Updated Feb 14, 2022 at 3:43 p.m. UTC

Pete Pachal is CoinDesk's Chief of Staff for Content. He holds small amounts of BTC and ETH.

If you’re looking for CoinDesk’s RSS feed, you’ve come to the right place.

Our RSS feed provides a record of every story CoinDesk published. The feed is updated the instant we publish something, so it remains the most reliable way to access our stories, and we encourage anyone who wants to be the first to know what we’re publishing to subscribe.

The link is here. If your browser has issues with links, just copy and paste this URL: https://www.coindesk.com/arc/outboundfeeds/rss/?outputType=xml

RSS, of course, stands for really simple syndication. It’s a technology that’s been around about as long as the web itself, and it used to be one of the primary ways media websites would inform their readers of new material.

Over the years, however, RSS has waned. The rise of smartphones, push notifications and social media diminished the utility of RSS, and even popular services like Google Reader were discontinued as users turned to other ways to get their news.

RSS, however, never truly went away. And like with vinyl records, as RSS’s user base dwindled, those who remain are a core group of passionate users. There’s plenty of good RSS software out there, and services like Feedly and Inoreader make the experience friendly for today’s web-savvy audiences.

Beyond its utility for hardcore readers, as a Web 1.0 technology, RSS is a foundational technology for media sites. Syndication services, news aggregators and other technologies often rely on RSS, because it’s the easiest way to get a complete – or deliberately partitioned – feed of a what a publisher is publishing. Podcasts are a great example of how, in the media realm, RSS still has a fundamental role to play.

That’s why you still see that orange, WiFi-on-its-side symbol all over the web, CoinDesk included. And you probably will for years – if not decades – to come.


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