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Staying up to date with the cryptocurrency sector is a daily job. With new developments, assets, protocols, and platforms launching constantly, it can be hard to keep up. That’s where Twitter comes in. It is a great place to find new crypto information and is for the most part, the most up to date place for finding news on just about anything to do with cryptocurrencies.

Knowing who to follow though, can be just as hard to do as keeping up with the news. That’s why we’ve assembled a list of over 35 Twitter crypto accounts that you should consider following. While not an exhaustive list by any measure, it will help you find related accounts to the ones you find you like. Think of it as a crash course for Crypto Twitter.

Best Crypto Twitter Accounts by Category

Below we have noted some of the best crypto Twitter accounts to follow for 4 different categories: Notable Industry Names and Faces, Crypto Founders, General Crypto and Humor, and Analysis and Media.

Some of these accounts may fit in more than one category but each will only be listed once. For each account we’ll provide a brief summary of what the account typically provides its followers.

Notable Industry Figures

The nascent crypto industry has a significant group of industry heavy hitters that includes everything from long-time Bitcoin investors to exchange founders (and there’s plenty of overlap).

Here’s a look at some of best industry accounts:

Brian Armstrong

The co-founder and CEO of Coinbase, Brian posts updates about the exchange, Coinbase’s wallet, and general crypto content. He has 1 million followers.

Changpeng “CZ” Zhao

Changpeng Zhao, or CZ as he’s more often referred, is the founder and CEO of Binance. He posts updates about all things Binance and new crypto tech. He has 6.8 million followers.

Kris Marzalek

The CEO of, Kris Marszalek, has a more modest following than the CEOs above with just 179k followers. He posts updates on all things related to

Sam Bankman-Fried

Tyler Winklevoss & Cameron Winklevoss

The co-founders of Gemini, the Winklevoss twins have separate Twitter accounts with 1.7 million followers combined. They post about Gemini and their venture capital firm.

Michael Saylor

The founder and CEO of MicroStrategy, Saylor has 2.6 million followers. He posts about Bitcoin and regulation almost exclusively.

Barry Silbert

The founder and CEO of Digital Currency Group, Silbert has 700k followers and has had his hands in everything from Grayscale to CoinDesk. He posts all sorts of varying crypto news and information.

Andreas Antonopolous

A blockchain educator with 700k followers on Twitter and 300k subs to his YouTube, Antonopolous mainly posts educational blockchain content.

Ben Armstrong (BitBoy Crypto)

With 800k followers on Twitter and over 1 million subscribers on YouTube, BitBoy Crypto is a big community of crypto pundits. Ben posts about everything crypto from info to memes.

Raoul Pal

A founder and CEO of RealVision and GlobalMacroInvestor, Pal has just under 1 million followers. He posts about general investment advice and crypto, along with charts.

Crypto Founders

One of the best things about crypto is that many of the founders are readily accessible on Twitter (of the major exception being the most famous one of all: Satoshi Nakamoto). Here’s a look at some of the most popular Twitter handles for crypto founders:

Vitalik Buterin

One of the co-founders of Ethereum, Buterin has 4.2 million followers. He posts about Covid relief efforts, Ethereum updates, and general musings about computer science.

Anatoly Yakovenko

The co-founder of Solana Labs, Anatoly has just under 200k followers. He posts and retweets many things to do with the Solana ecosystem such as NFT launches. He notes nothing he retweets or likes constitutes support or advice.

Emin Gün Sirer

The founder and CEO of AvaLabs, the team behind Avalanche, Sirer has 284k followers. A former professor at Cornell, Sirer posts about AVAX, blockchain use cases, and more.

Charles Hoskinson

A co-founder of Ethereum who left to found Cardano, Hoskinson has just under 1 million followers. He posts updates about Cardano, blockchain, and technology, while also frequently responding to other users and posting things he likes.

Adam Back

Adam Back is a cryptographer who invented the hashcash component of Bitcoin mining. He is the CEO of Blockstream and has nearly 500k followers. He posts about Bitcoin developments and retweets crypto memes.

Charlie Lee

Charlie Lee is the creator of Litecoin and has 1 million followers. He posts almost exclusively about Litecoin and developments within the LTC ecosystem, while also comparing it to Bitcoin.

Justin Sun

The founder and CEO of Tron and the Tron Foundation, Justin has 3.3 million followers. He posts on all sorts of crypto topics, even those unrelated to Tron or its ecosystem, while also promoting his own appearances.

Erik Voorhees

The founder of ShapeShift, Voorhees has 600k followers. He generally posts thoughts on the crypto sector, general philosophies, and regulation.

Gavin Wood

Another co-founder of Ethereum who left to found Polkadot, and coiner of the term “Web3”, Wood has 363k followers. He posts about the Polkadot ecosystem, regulation, blockchain tech and general musings.

Dominic Williams

The founder and CEO of DFINITY, the team behind Internet Computer, Williams has just under 200k followers. He posts updates on DFINITY projects, along with computer science, and decentralization.

Crypto Analysts and Media Members

For as long as crypto has existed there have been people writing about it. It started on the forums and quickly migrated to industry specific blogs and publications like Bitcoin Magazine and Coin Desk. Here’s a look at some of best analysts and media Twitter accounts:

Laura Shin

A crypto journalist with over 200k followers, Laura Shin is also the host of the Unchained Podcast. She posts interviews, crypto info, and crypto news.

Ryan Selkis

Ryan Selkis is the founder of Messari, a crypto market intelligence site. He has 275k followers on Twitter as “TwoBitIdiot” and mainly posts about regulations, economics, and Web3.

Camila Russo

A former Bloomberg contributor and now running Defiant News, Russo has a following of 88k. She penned a book about Ethereum titled The Infinite Machine. She posts about Ethereum, DeFi and crypto regulation.

Michael Van de Poppe

A technical analyst with 165k subscribers to his YouTube channel and over 650k Twitter followers. Van de Poppe posts technical analysis about a variety of assets while also posting about general economic factors.

il Capo of Crypto

A crypto analyst with over 500k followers, he posts his technical analysis, takes, and various memes. He notes to always do your own research and his posts aren’t financial advice.


The creator of the stock-to-flow model that’s used by many for technical analysis (although heavily criticized currently), PlanB has 1.8 million followers. He posts his technical analysis and thoughts on macro market conditions.

Willy Woo

A Bitcoin analyst with a million followers, Willy Woo posts his analysis on Bitcoin while also posting about macro market conditions and why Bitcoin is still in its infancy.

Coin Bureau

While their Twitter has only 700k followers, the Coin Bureau YouTube channel has over 2 million subscribers. They post detailed information on various assets and aspects within the crypto sector.

Benjamin Cowen

A crypto quantitative analyst with just under 700k followers and 767k subscribers on YouTube, Ben posts about chess, crypto assets, and offers premium technical analysis subscriptions.

Will Clemente

Another crypto analyst, Will posts about Bitcoin, crypto regulation, and a variety of other topics within the cryptocurrency sector.

General Crypto and Humor

Sometimes you just need a laugh or some general musings on crypto. The following accounts are mostly entertaining and occasionally informative. You should probably expect some NSFW material. Here’s a look at some of the most entertaining accounts on crypto Twitter:


Posting “thoughts on crypto, money, markets, life, and whatever”, Cobie has 738k followers on Twitter. He often investigates and posts about somewhat unethical things happening within the crypto sector, while also posting humor. Originally known as Crypto Cobain (thinks to his resemblance to Kurt Cobain) he now hosts a the podcast UpOnly with Ledger Status.


Self-described as a “semi-retired derivatives trader”, Gainzy has 150k followers. He posts random analysis, humor, and just general life thoughts.


Anthony Pompliano, more often referred to as Pomp, is an investor in Bitcoin and podcaster with 1.6 million followers. He posts everything from humor to regulation, and everything in between.

The Crypto Dog

An investor and market commentator, TheCryptoDog has nearly 750k followers. He posts his analysis and thoughts on mainly Bitcoin and Ethereum along with decentralized apps.


A “ponzi trader since 2013”, AltcoinPsycho has over 450k followers. He posts about general market conditions, especially macro conditions in areas like Europe.

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