Roll back a few years, and very few people had heard of Bitcoin, the most popular cryptocurrency, let alone some of the lesser-known ones. This could not be more different now, which shows how much the cryptocurrency market has just exploded onto the scenes these days.
That said, there is still a big grey area when it comes to investing, but there are sources out there that can help you. If you are serious about investing in cryptocurrencies, here are five podcasts that you should definitely be listening to.
This podcast is led by Joel Comm, an internet entrepreneur, and Travis Wright, a marketing technologist. If you have trouble understanding the different forks and ledgers, this podcast is the one for you, as it makes it both simple and fun.
Despite not being experts in cryptocurrencies, they really make a complex matter easy to understand, as well as interesting and entertaining.
This podcast has been created by Laura Shin, who is a business journalist and Forbes contributor and is better suited to those who have a level of knowledge about cryptocurrencies already.
In her podcast, she takes a close look in particular at the issues that Bitcoin raises, and interviews other experts regularly, giving you a really great insight into the world of Bitcoin.
This podcast is again better suited to those who are not beginners. This weekly podcast is run by Ian Fabian Crain and Sebastien Couture and features interviews with leading Bitcoin analysts.
This is a great one if you are looking to deepen your understanding of the development of cryptocurrencies.
Let’s Talk Bitcoin
Despite featuring Bitcoin in the title, they cover all things crypto. The main podcast is hosted by Adam B Levine and looks at the topical issues that cryptocurrencies are facing currently, before explaining them.
Bitcoins and Markets
Finally, we look at Bitcoins and Markets, which is one of the more lesser known ones. In fact, its small audience is mostly made up of experienced Bitcoin users. It is hosted by Ansel Lindner and is definitely better suited to experienced Bitcoin and Ethereum investors.
It is the perfect way to keep you up to date on the connections between blockchains, cryptocurrencies, and the free market.
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