You can find tons of crypto information on the internet. Getting a piece of really competent information is a problem. So we have got the 10 most prominent crypto influencers here.
Crypto is becoming more popular day by day. And a lot of people want to get information about it as they enter the industry.
But where to find it? And whom can you really trust?
As thousands of info gypsies trying to sell you some pieces of garbage data this question is really a becoming problem.
Even Elon Musk tried to speculate on some meme-coins, making their price artificially rise.
So here is the list of some crypto influencers you can really trust. And don’t forget to subscribe to them. Most of them can be found on Twitter, but some are present on YouTube and other social media also.
Ethereum co-founder is a widely recognized crypto guru. And in his 28 he is probably the youngest among the other crypto moguls.
Buterin is a well-known critic of all the bad about crypto. He thinks that the Ethereum platform can become a utopia because of rich crypto holders.
And he also hates the NFT hype. Despite the fact that NFT is largely based on the Ethereum blockchain.
Vitalik often does a lot of fundraising. And recently he donated almost $5 million to the Ukrainian army.
Obviously, he gives pretty much crypto insights and discusses the issue with famous persons or celebs. He is definitely one of the crypto influencers you should be following.
Saylor owns the company that possesses the most assets in crypto in the world.
As of February 2022, his MicroStrategy company held nearly 125 000 BTC. And that’s nearly $2 billion with the current Bitcoin value.
His company provides business intelligence, mobile software, and cloud-based services.
57-years old Saylor is one of the most famous cryptos adept.
He also has over 2.2 million followers on Twitter because of his daily updates on what’s happening with Bitcoin. That makes him one of the leading crypto influencers out there.
In 2020 Saylor announced that MicroStrategy will explore Bitcoin, gold, and other alternative assets instead of holding cash.
Andreas M. Antonopoulos
Being a British-Greek Bitcoin advocate, tech entrepreneur, and author, Antonopoulos hosts the Speaking of Bitcoin podcast (formerly called Let’s Talk Bitcoin!).
With degrees in Computer science and Data Communications, Networks, and Distributed Systems from University College London, he is also a teaching fellow for the M.Sc. Digital Currencies at the University of Nicosia.
Antonopoulos is involved in the Bitcoin community since 2012. During the last 10 years he became a consultant on several Bitcoin-related startups and joined Blockchain.info as a chief security officer.
He has over 720 000 followers on Twitter and 314 000 subscribers on YouTube who are listening to his thoughts on cryptocurrency and the basics of blockchain technology.
If you want to go into details about how cryptocurrency works – watch some of Antonopoulos’ lives on YouTube and send him your questions.
You may know that guy as the founder of BitBoy Crypto, High Throughput Productions, & HIT Network.
The BitBoy Crypto YouTube channel has astonishing 1.45 million subscribers, which is kind of huge audience for the crypto media.
Armstrong pushes some useful tips like how to start investing and which coins to buy right now.
He also does frequent live streams and updates on the latest crypto news with some analytics about it.
That’s actually pretty useful content for novices and for those who are watching crypto space for years.
Find Ben Armstrong on YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram, if you still didn’t.
The first woman on this list, she describes herself as an ‘author, crypto investor and content creator’.
Her small book ‘Undressing Bitcoin: A Revealing Guide To The World’s Most Revolutionary Asset’ was well received.
In case you don’t want to buy or read it you can follow Heilpern on Twitter and YouTube.
She often gives her takes on the crypto benefits and explains how to make money in digital assets in ‘not so common ways’.
One more woman in our list. Thompson founded Blockchain Media and Girl Gone Crypto YouTube channel with about 15 000 subscribers.
You can also find her on Twitter with 197 000 subscribers.
Lea is sharing thoughts about different crypto topics like Ethereum 2.0, Defi, hardware wallets, etc.
You would like what she does if you are watching short and informative videos.
Thompson also gives a ‘crypto minute video’ every week for keeping the subscribers up to date with the latest news in the industry.
You should try to listen to this guy if you want to dive into some really deep crypto analytics.
But be careful because he speaks really fast and intensely.
The last video on his 8 minutes long YouTube channel Crypto Jebb is ca ‘Why Cardano Is RIDICULOUSLY UNDERVALUED!’, and there you can find some info about ADA token.
Jebb has 224 000 subscribers on YouTube, where he gives some technical analysis for Bitcoin and other tokens.
You can also find him speaking about crypto news, getting some advice, interesting interviews, podcasts, and other stuff.
Try to be curious about it and don’t skip Jebb’s channel.
The Brunell’s Coin Stories YouTube channel is all about interviews with other crypto experts in the field.
One of her most popular interviews is with Michael Saylor, who is mentioned here above.
Brunell and Saylor discussed the question of whether Bitcoin is electricity or fire for about two hours. And that was truly interesting.
“Natalie Brunell is a journalist and educator based in Los Angeles who hosts the Coin Stories and Career Stories Podcasts on Apple, Google Play, and Spotify,” says her profile.
So yeah, you can follow her on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Apple Podcasts, and other platforms.
This guy is an entrepreneur and investor who has built and sold numerous companies, ran Product & Growth teams at Facebook, and manages a portfolio valued at more than $500 million in early-stage tech companies.
He has more than a million and a half followers on Twitter.
The ‘Pomp’ also sends a daily newsletter with insights on finance and tech to ‘hundreds of thousands of investors’.
His YouTube channel with 371 000 subscribers is the place where he gives daily crypto updates and some fun news about the finance industry.
The last one was about Putin, so don’t miss it out.
Ivan on Tech
The YouTube blogger has almost half a million YouTube audience who primarily listen to his Bitcoin price forecasts. That definitely makes him one of the top crypto influencers.
But there are also interviews with popular blockchain platforms founders, talks about the metaverse, news, and videos with Ivan’s golden retriever Dima.
He is Russian, probably. But that’s not the reason not to listen to his thoughts.
Ivan gives crypto analyses and simple tutorials like how to create your own form of cryptocurrency in 15 minutes.
Besides YouTube, you can also find Ivan in Telegram.