Twitter is one of the main communication channels for many people and companies operating in the crypto sector. But which are the profiles to follow?
Let’s start with one of the most popular: that of Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum, who very often tweets and interacts with other users.
Certainly interesting for those interested in the Ethereum project, but generally important for the whole crypto environment.
Another celebrity is Andreas Antonopoulos, who has a less technical and more discursive approach than the founder of ETH.
In fact, the Greek influencer is famous for his concise explanations and predictions about the future and for his Q&A videos on Youtube.
Other three interesting personal profiles to follow are those of Nick Szabo, Neeraj Agrawal, and Jimmy Song, while for cyberpunk fans one of the reference points could be Jameson Lopp, the creator of satoshi.info.
As for the Bitcoin Cash project in particular, interesting profiles to follow are those of Gavin Andresen and Roger Ver, while for Litecoin certainly the most interesting is that of the founder Charlie Lee.
There are also some company profiles that can be interesting to follow, even if often the profiles of their CEOs are even more interesting.
This is certainly the case with CZ, the CEO of Binance, and Brian Armstrong, CEO of Coinbase. In this case, the profiles of the respective companies are certainly less interesting, because obviously much more self-referential and institutional than those of their CEOs.
There are also interesting profiles to follow in the trading environment. One of these is CryptoHustle, known for its analysis and ironic comments. And also that of Tone Vays.
For investors, however, an interesting profile to follow is that of Luke Martin, aka Venture Coinist, who publishes news and provides advice for investors and cryptocurrency fans.
There are also profiles of the founders or co-founders of major emerging projects, such as Charles Hoskinson of Cardano, or Justin Sun of Tron.
Among the more institutional profiles, it is certainly worth following the one of the legendary Mike Novogratz, and of the two Winklevoss brothers, Tyler and Cameron.
Some less known profiles, but still worth mentioning are those of Elizabeth Stark, Amber Baldet, Meltem Demirors and Erik Voorhees, the CEO of ShapeShift.
Of course, there are also Twitter profiles of the main publications in the industry, including Cryptonomist, both in Italian and English.
In general, even the various development projects have their own official account, such as Ethereum, Ripple or Stellar, while there is no official Bitcoin profile due to its decidedly decentralized nature.
The last two mentions we kept for two particular cases.
The first is John McAfee, who will be a candidate for the US Presidency in the upcoming US elections. His account is the official Twitter profile of the candidate president.
The second is that of Ross Ulbricht, the founder of Silk Road currently imprisoned, and who tweets from prison.
This is just a very small selection of the most followed profiles in the crypto world. Twitter is absolutely one of the main communication channels in this sector, with dozens, indeed hundreds of other interesting profiles.