Top 11 Crypto Influencers on Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok

Top 11 Crypto Influencers on Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok
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With crypto growing in both stature and popularity, ICODA, a crypto PR agency using a data-driven approach to cater to various needs of blockchain clients, compiled a list of top crypto influencers from across the social media spectrum.

Cryptocurrency is no longer new. Over 11k unique token projects are operating independently from tailored blockchains or via various smart contracting platforms like Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain (BSC), or EOS. In less than two decades, the sphere has exploded to command a cumulative market cap of over $1.5 trillion.

As projects flourish and communities emerge, the role of crypto influencers is now expanded. Influencers are social media individuals who have garnered massive followings. It could be from their daily dose of rousing opinions, signals, lifestyles, and more. For their broader global audience, these influencers play a role in marketing. A study found that over 60 percent of social media users have their purchase patterns swayed by influencers. Presently, influencer marketing remains one of the most powerful forms of digital marketing, cutting across various sectors, including cryptocurrencies. They add a level of trust, promoting the adoption of disruptive technologies.

How to get your project covered by influencers? The best way is to use the service of ICODA PR agency since they know how to reach influencers properly and have already established strong relationships with them, so they will provide the best results.

Accordingly, it is no surprise that an increasing number of cryptocurrency projects are jostling, seeking the services of reputable social media influencers. While it could be tempting for a project to directly 'ping' them in soliciting services, it is best to approach them via established agencies. Due to their fame and, therefore, demand, most influencers are usually inaccessible. However, using an agency can ease the process, saving time and resources. Crypto PR agencies have put in resources to establish fruitful connections with influencers across YouTube, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and more social media platforms.

Below is the list of top crypto influencers by ICODA PR agency version.

Top 11 Crypto Influencers on Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok


Rachel Siegel

In Twitter, the crypto influencer uses the handle @CryptoFinally and has over 163.3k followers. She is a dedicated crypto enthusiast, doubling up as an advisor with a verified knack in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and DeFi promotion. In a pinned tweet, she appears to be giving a talk on why cryptocurrency portrayal in mainstream media matters.

Girl Gone Crypto

Widely known on Twitter, she goes by the handle: @girlgone_crypto. She has over 137k followers, and she is prolific, posting regularly. Besides her presence on Twitter, she also has a personal website and a YouTube channel where she has a decent following. The influencer is determined to change the conversation around blockchain and make it more approachable to everyday users.

Crypto Boss

With a definite share in crypto Twitter, the influencer using the handle @CryptoBoss1984, has over 119k followers. He's known better in crypto trading, where he has been consistently sharing his trading ideas and garnering high engagement. For example, on August 19, 2021, one of his latest technical analysis posts had over 90 likes.

The CryptoMist

The influencer's choice social media platform is Twitter, where he uses the handle @Thecryptomist. He has over 103.9k followers less than four years after joining in 2018. From time to time, the technical analyst shares his trading view—which he has categorically stated that they are financial advice for his followers.

Gibsoon Corp

The trader goes by the handle @GibsoonCorp. He is one of the earliest users of Twitter, with over 83k followers, mostly in crypto. The influencer possesses various skills around DeFi education, content creation, trading, and advisors. Most notably, he has served as the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) in various cryptocurrency projects.


Coin Bureau

Over 1.25 million people are subscribed to this YouTube channel, a feat since it went live in January 2019. Led by the "crypto guy," they operate from the United Kingdom and are focused primarily on cryptocurrencies. The multi-lingual channel focuses on general crypto education, project reviews, and news.


The verified channel has over 1.1 million subscribers. Crypto fans can tune in for project reviews, Bitcoin and altcoin trading analysis, and news.


The operator of the verified channel operating from the U.S. specializes in the latest Bitcoin and crypto news, analysis, and research. Daily, at 11:30 AM and 8:00 PM PST time, the channel hosts a livestream.


The Nifty Investor

He is a TikTok star with over 83.5k followers whose content has been watched over 288.7k times. His subscribers can also join the influencer's free discord channel to discuss NFTs, crypto, and stocks.

Jolly Green Investor

The influencer's choice social media platform is TikTok. He has over 212k followers where they discuss crypto and stocks.

The Blockchain Boy

The TikTok "Crypto Knight" is popular with over 307k followers. His content has been liked over 2.9 million times.


With crypto growing and projects allocating resources to remain visible in the highly competitive sector, influencers' value in various social media channels will only be amplified.

Although projects may want to reach out directly to influencers, the best time-tested approach is to utilize an experienced agency with proven track records for quicker interactions.

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