Cryptocurrency Social Media & Sources

The social media are very important for the cryptocurrencies to broadcast their messages (new changes in the platform, major updates like forks, big companies which adapt the technology, etc. etc.) and influence the value or their coin or token.  If you investigate the websites you will find links to the following platforms:

  • Twitter (Announcements)
  • Telegram (Pinned Announcements / Chat / Support)
  • (Announcements / Forum)
  • Reddit (Announcements / Forum)
  • Medium (Blog)
  • Steemit (Blog)
  • Slack (Developers / Support / Chat)
  • Discord (Developers / Support / Chat)
  • LinkedIn (Staff profiles incl. developers)
  • Facebook (Announcements)
  • GitHub (Source code / Developers)
In all these communities it’s possible to do investigation about how big the organisation and community is, before you think about getting involved into a coin or token.

Crypto News

Crypto News started with some announcements and rumor in the Reddit & BitcoinTalk forums, but now it’s news around the clock (24*7) at full blown commercial websites. The last thing is important to mention, because a lot of news is sponsored by big spenders. It looks like the big institutions (smelling money) are taking over again.

Anyway, lets produce a list including links to websites and social media:

Cryptocurrency Influencers

The cryptocurrencies started with some very technical persons which wanted to design a new financial distributed world. With these new technologies came many investors in mining equipment and mining farms. Of cause we needed to exchange our fiat (USD / EUR) for cryptocurrency and trade with it too. At the moment the Bitcoin, Ethereum and other were gaining value lots of crypto enthusiasts and marketeers jumped into the market. The rest of the crowd followed 25 March 2017 (Bitcoin approx $1000) or later that year.

We can’t mention all (independent) influencers in this market, but let’s give it a try. Have a look at our Value4Coins Twitter account to follow them too.

  • Mikko Alasaarela
  • Marc Andreessen
  • Gavin Andresen
  • Andreas Antonopoulos
  • Brian Armstrong
  • Richard Gendal Brown
  • Vitalik Buterin
  • Nicolas Cary
  • Chris Dixon
  • Tim Draper
  • Nicola Duke
  • Fred Ehrsam
  • Arthur Hayes
  • Ben Horowitz
  • Charlie Lee
  • John McAfee
  • Blake Morrow
  • Catheryne Nicholson
  • Charlie Shrem
  • Barry Silbert
  • Jimmy Song
  • Balaji S. Srinivasan
  • Tone Vays
  • Roger Ver
  • Erik Voorhees

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