Crypto Bobby is an US based cryptocurrency content creator YouTube. He started his channel back in 2017 and has 130,000 subscribers and more than 7 million total views on his channel. Bobby calls himself an “average dude with a background in Enterprise tech, who loves talking about cryptocurrency and blockchain”. He doesn’t limit himself to one or two coins either, as he covers everything from Bitcoin to altcoins and beyond. He claims to be on a crypto journey and invites anyone interested to learn with him. He also co-hosts a podcast called “The Proof of Talent”, which tells stories and provides tips about the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry.
Data Dash is a US based YouTube channel, which claims to be a “one-stop shop for all things related to cryptocurrencies and global financial markets”. Data Dash covers cryptocurrencies, blockchain tech, data analytics and market trends. Data Dash has been active since 2017 and currently has 350,000 people subscribing to the channel to go along with almost 30 million views on videos. Data Dash creates a lot of content, mostly a few videos a week. Data Dash provides a more thorough analysis and expert views on a broad range of topics in the crypto universe.
Based in New Zealand, Lark is a charismatic and popular investing and bitcoin personality. Known for his articulate yet entertaining style, Lark “combines his political science background, critical thinking skills and bright sense of humor to produce content that explores solutions to the corrupted world”. Davis also has a website for courses on cryptocurrency. He has been active on YouTube since 2009, has more than 16 million views on his videos and is subscribed to by 155,000 users. He posts videos often, almost daily, and provides a lot of information to go along with his entertaining style and interesting viewpoints. Lark is widely considered as one of the bests in the industry at explaining how different cryptocurrency works in an easy to follow way.
Hosted by a rather eccentric and extremely charismatic Randall, Crypto Love is a channel about the crypto market, as the name suggests, with “the aim of spreading profitable knowledge”. Randall also hopes to provide a few laughs along the way, stating that “if it ain’t fun, what’s the point.” Crypto Love has become very popular amongst the crypto crowd in recent times. He is said to excel at looking in-depth at the charts and providing valuable analysis and predictions, as well as be entertaining. Randall also covers a lot of trading strategies to put things into perspective, making it an excellent channel to follow if you want to get into the crypto game. Randall posts daily mostly, has 101,000 subscribers and more than 8 million views to show.
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Ivan Liljeqvist doesn’t need a lot of introduction in the cryptocurrency scene. Based in Sweden, he runs a highly popular channel on YouTube and is one of the most well-known faces in the industry. Liljeqvist is an international blockchain speaker and educator and his channel covers everything about cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. His “Programmer Explains” series is said to be one of the best YouTube series on explaining cryptocurrency. He also hosts live-streams called “Good morning crypto”, where he takes on the latest news of the industry. Live shows also provide opportunities for viewers to ask Ivan questions. His channel has 269,000 subscribers and more than 26 million views. It’s a go-to channel for many people interested in the industry and Ivan certainly works hard to make it worthwhile.
Hosted by the US based Tyler Swope, Chico Crypto provides informational cryptocurrency and altcoin videos for beginners as well as advanced enthusiasts. Chico Crypto is known for taking perhaps a more pessimistic look at the cryptocurrency world, not falling for or generating any empty hype. He is said to be excellent at picking apart risky scenarios and giving good advice on his picks for investing. His channel has really “blown up” in recent times and he is vastly becoming one of the most popular personalities in the crypto world. Swope has an interesting style which to some might seem a bit unprofessional at first, but he doesn’t have more than 150,000 subscribers and 18 million views for no reason.
A bit different from the rest of the channels mentioned in this list, Aimstone makes animated videos which are excellent for beginners who want to get to grips in cryptocurrency. Aimstone has a number of contributors and their presenting style makes it easy to understand if you are just starting out. Their videos are mostly about cryptocurrency, but they also have stuff on self-improvement, economy and finance. The channel has 50,000 subscribers and more than 5,5 million views on their videos.