5 of the Best Crypto Youtube Channels to Follow
CNBC-TV18 unpacks the 5 best crypto YouTube channels you should consider following.
The cryptosphere is a rapidly changing world. Even on its quiet days, there are plenty of price moves, new entrants, and sudden events. As a crypto trader or investor, staying on top of these developments is essential to making the right money moves.
However, staying on top can also be complicated, especially with so much to keep track of. This is where crypto YouTubers come in. They offer all the essential updates on daily happenings in the cryptosphere, so you can stay ahead of the crypto game and make informed decisions with your holdings. So follow us as we unpack 5 of these YouTube channels you should consider following.
With over 1.44 million subscribers, BitBoy Crypto is perhaps one of the most popular crypto YouTubers. His channel offers the latest crypto news, project reviews, and trading tips. The frequency of his videos is also quite high, with an average of 4 or 5 clips posted daily. One of the reasons this channel is so popular is because Ben Armstrong, the man behind BitBoy, can pack in-depth cryptanalysis into digestible and fun bits of content.
2. Currency: Over the 3 or 4 years that Coin Bureau has been around, it has managed to rack up over 156 million views on its video content. Guy Turner, the man behind Coin Bureau, doesn’t post as often as BitBoy. Turner typically posts one video a day, and it’s usually a deep dive into the most defining event of that time period.
For example, his latest video is about Cardano’s Vasil fork, which is expected to go live in the next few days. His clips are very informative and provide a comprehensive understanding of the most important events in the cryptosphere. This is one of the reasons why the channel has over 2.11 million subscribers.
3. Benjamin Cowen: If you’re looking for great tech advice, then Benjamin Cowen is the channel you should follow. It generally offers an unbiased, high-level, long-term view of the markets. Additionally, it tends to break down and simplify concepts, making them easier to understand even if you only have a basic understanding of technical indicators. However, his videos are generally rooted in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and a handful of other popular altcoins. Therefore, Cowen may not be your man if you are looking for technical analysis of trending coins.
4. Daily Altcoin: Run by brothers Aaron and Austin Arnold, this channel covers everything from news to market analysis and everything in between. Their videos are very informative and quite frequent as well, with almost two clips posted every day. The channel also features insightful interviews with some of the brightest minds in the cryptosphere. It has over 133 million views and over 1.2 million subscribers.
5. Ivan on technology: It is a single channel. Instead of giving his own opinions on a given topic, Ivan Liljeqvist, the man behind the channel, invites recognized figures from the crypto and blockchain industry to answer complex questions and provide insight into various problems. Its downloads are not that frequent, but they are informative and in-depth, allowing for substantial learning.
Another advantage of Ivan on Tech is that its videos are usually livestreamed and offer subscribers the opportunity to ask questions of the subject matter experts being interviewed.
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