The Top 5 Best Crypto Youtube Channels To Follow | A No Nonsense List

Key Takeaways

  • The crypto Youtube space is full of “shillers”
  • Be very wary of who you take advice from
  • A lot of Youtubers are paid to say what they say
  • This is a no nonsense list of YouTube channels to follow

What are the top 5 best crypto YouTube channels to follow?

Today we’ll be researching a list of no nonsense Crypto YouTube channels to follow. In a space with so many grifters and paid promotions it can be very hard to know who you can trust and who is being paid to say what they are saying.

Today we will dig into the crypto YouTube space to find channels to follow that you can trust, somewhat.

During the 2020 bull run we saw an explosion of new Youtubers come onto the scene creating a flood of information and crypto news.

While the crypto YouTube space can be full of grifters and pump and dumpers it can also be a very useful resource to learn everything about crypto. From DeFi right through to in depth technical analysis lessons.

You can be sure you will not find any Bitboy Cryptos on this list!

Alex Becker

Starting out in the online marketing space early on Alex Becker was first known for his SEO work where he started an SEO company in 2012 which he built to over 4 million dollars per year, he then went on to sell this company in 2019.

His next venture was an email marketing platform which was called Market Hero which he launched in 2016 and eventually evolved into the software as a service platform that he still runs today very successfully.

Moving forward he wrote a book and then started selling online courses through his YouTube channel, this is probably around the point where a lot of you started noticing him.

Alex Becker was very good at one thing, selling. He had the gift of the gab and he knew what he was doing when it came to the technical side of things, this is what made him very very successful selling courses.

As someone deep in the digital marketing world and online money space it was only a matter of time before Alex Becker found himself in the crypto space. Publicly announcing his rather large Bitcoin purchase in the very early stages of the 2020 bull run.

Since then Becker has more or less dedicated his YouTube channel with 1.3 million subscribers to content around crypto.

Becker likes to cover a lot of small caps which did some great returns during the bull and has a lot of educational no nonsense content.

Sheldon Evans

Sheldon Evans has a Youtube channel that has amassed a following of over 700k subscribers and is well known for his professional videos and takes on both the Crypto and finance world.

He doesn’t post very often but when he does you can be assured it is always going to be of high quality and a well researched video. Similar to Becker, Sheldon covered a lot of small cap coins during the bull run which did very well.

One of the reasons Sheldons channel is on this list is due to how well researched and informative his videos are especially based around currency economic conditions and when talking about a small cap project. He does his research and explains why it could be a good investment rather than just shilling.

Lately his videos have been focused around the macro economic state.

JRNY Crypto

JRNY Crypto had a huge come up during the 2020 bull run both with his YouTube channel that has amassed over 600k subscribers but also his Crypto portfolio.

Best known for his news style videos where he keeps his audience up to date with current news and events in the Crypto space. He does shill projects every once in a while which lead to some huge gains early in the 2020 bull run.

He quickly cut back on the shilling as his channel grew and he realized the effect on the market he can have, he has since nailed known on news and update style videos.

JRNY is also known for having a very large NFT collection holding a number of Bored Ape Yacht clubs, some speculate his NFT collection is worth upwards of $40 million dollars.

That is pretty impressive however well deserved as JRNY often worked multiple jobs to have additional income to invest into crypto.

(Interested in creating and launching your own NFT collection?)

Gary Vee

Now this one may be a little controversial and may surprise some of you.

With Gary Vee coming from the digital marketing/internet hustling space it was only a matter of time before he delved into crypto. He found his calling not so much in the crypto space but more in the NFT space.

Known best for his Bored Ape Yacht club call which he made publicly fairly early on and was very successful with. He has since dived deep into the NFT space even creating his own collection Vee Friends.

It’s up to you whether you want to claim Vee Friends as a cash grab or if he really is trying to make a positive impact on the NFT space.

He has some great takes on NFTs and has a hustlers mind set so there are some great points you can take away from him. 

Andrei Jikh 

Last but not least we have the largest channel on the list with a subscriber count of over 2 million we have Andrei Jikh.

Originally starting off in the personal finance space on YouTube he quickly transitioned into a lot more Crypto content during the bull run where he made quite a name for himself even gaining a spot on the Impaulsive podcast hosted by Logan Paul.

Similar to Sheldon Evans, Andrei posts a lot of well researched in depth videos about the marco economic state which is very informative.

Conclusion

You may have noticed there were a lot of very large crypto youtubers that were not on this list. Unfortunately due to the industry a lot of these large channels are paid to promote coins and often use their followers as exit liquidity.

In a space full of grifters you must be very wary of who you decide to follow and take advice from.

Hopefully this list gives you a foot in the door and somewhere for you to start learning.

Key Takeaways

  • The crypto Youtube space is full of “shillers”
  • Be very wary of who you take advice from
  • A lot of Youtubers are paid to say what they say
  • This is a no nonsense list of YouTube channels to follow

What are the top 5 best crypto YouTube channels to follow?

Today we’ll be researching a list of no nonsense Crypto YouTube channels to follow. In a space with so many grifters and paid promotions it can be very hard to know who you can trust and who is being paid to say what they are saying.

Today we will dig into the crypto YouTube space to find channels to follow that you can trust, somewhat.

During the 2020 bull run we saw an explosion of new Youtubers come onto the scene creating a flood of information and crypto news.

While the crypto YouTube space can be full of grifters and pump and dumpers it can also be a very useful resource to learn everything about crypto. From DeFi right through to in depth technical analysis lessons.

You can be sure you will not find any Bitboy Cryptos on this list!

Alex Becker

Starting out in the online marketing space early on Alex Becker was first known for his SEO work where he started an SEO company in 2012 which he built to over 4 million dollars per year, he then went on to sell this company in 2019.

His next venture was an email marketing platform which was called Market Hero which he launched in 2016 and eventually evolved into the software as a service platform that he still runs today very successfully.

Moving forward he wrote a book and then started selling online courses through his YouTube channel, this is probably around the point where a lot of you started noticing him.

Alex Becker was very good at one thing, selling. He had the gift of the gab and he knew what he was doing when it came to the technical side of things, this is what made him very very successful selling courses.

As someone deep in the digital marketing world and online money space it was only a matter of time before Alex Becker found himself in the crypto space. Publicly announcing his rather large Bitcoin purchase in the very early stages of the 2020 bull run.

Since then Becker has more or less dedicated his YouTube channel with 1.3 million subscribers to content around crypto.

Becker likes to cover a lot of small caps which did some great returns during the bull and has a lot of educational no nonsense content.

Sheldon Evans

Sheldon Evans has a Youtube channel that has amassed a following of over 700k subscribers and is well known for his professional videos and takes on both the Crypto and finance world.

He doesn’t post very often but when he does you can be assured it is always going to be of high quality and a well researched video. Similar to Becker, Sheldon covered a lot of small cap coins during the bull run which did very well.

One of the reasons Sheldons channel is on this list is due to how well researched and informative his videos are especially based around currency economic conditions and when talking about a small cap project. He does his research and explains why it could be a good investment rather than just shilling.

Lately his videos have been focused around the macro economic state.

JRNY Crypto

JRNY Crypto had a huge come up during the 2020 bull run both with his YouTube channel that has amassed over 600k subscribers but also his Crypto portfolio.

Best known for his news style videos where he keeps his audience up to date with current news and events in the Crypto space. He does shill projects every once in a while which lead to some huge gains early in the 2020 bull run.

He quickly cut back on the shilling as his channel grew and he realized the effect on the market he can have, he has since nailed known on news and update style videos.

JRNY is also known for having a very large NFT collection holding a number of Bored Ape Yacht clubs, some speculate his NFT collection is worth upwards of $40 million dollars.

That is pretty impressive however well deserved as JRNY often worked multiple jobs to have additional income to invest into crypto.

(Interested in creating and launching your own NFT collection?)

Gary Vee

Now this one may be a little controversial and may surprise some of you.

With Gary Vee coming from the digital marketing/internet hustling space it was only a matter of time before he delved into crypto. He found his calling not so much in the crypto space but more in the NFT space.

Known best for his Bored Ape Yacht club call which he made publicly fairly early on and was very successful with. He has since dived deep into the NFT space even creating his own collection Vee Friends.

It’s up to you whether you want to claim Vee Friends as a cash grab or if he really is trying to make a positive impact on the NFT space.

He has some great takes on NFTs and has a hustlers mind set so there are some great points you can take away from him. 

Andrei Jikh 

Last but not least we have the largest channel on the list with a subscriber count of over 2 million we have Andrei Jikh.

Originally starting off in the personal finance space on YouTube he quickly transitioned into a lot more Crypto content during the bull run where he made quite a name for himself even gaining a spot on the Impaulsive podcast hosted by Logan Paul.

Similar to Sheldon Evans, Andrei posts a lot of well researched in depth videos about the marco economic state which is very informative.

Conclusion

You may have noticed there were a lot of very large crypto youtubers that were not on this list. Unfortunately due to the industry a lot of these large channels are paid to promote coins and often use their followers as exit liquidity.

In a space full of grifters you must be very wary of who you decide to follow and take advice from.

Hopefully this list gives you a foot in the door and somewhere for you to start learning.

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