Since its recent launch, Clubhouse has taken the social media world by storm. The “drop-in audio chat” social network has gained huge popularity incredibly quickly as a great way to connect with industry thought leaders, consultants, like-minded people, and more.
Among the popular communities adopting the new social platform, the cryptocurrency industry has been particularly interested in Clubhouse.
Here are the top cryptocurrency accounts to follow on Clubhouse.
Top Cryptocurrency Accounts on Clubhouse
Ty is the founder and managing director of Coinbound, a marketing agency that serves the crypto space. The company has worked with giants like eToro, OKEx, Cosmos, CoinStats and ShapeShift. In addition to a great client list, the agency works with the biggest influencers and publications, including BitBoy, Ivan on Tech, CryptoWendyO, CoinMarketCap and Bitcoin.com. You can find Ty on Clubhouse every week, hosting his own rooms and talking about the future of Bitcoin, Ethereum use cases, and the best altcoin projects.
Alon Goren (@alon)
Alon Goren is the founder of Draper Goren Holm, a fund focused on early-stage blockchain startups. His interests include DeFi, Bitcoin and Tezos, and he often shares insights on the day-to-day of a crypto VC. If there’s a person with extensive experience analyzing crypto projects, it’s Alon.
Dan Held (@danheld)
Dan Held is the head of growth at Kraken, a very well known exchange. Every once in a while you’ll find him in rooms with some of the most well known crypto figures, including Pomp, Ty and Cory. When he’s not on Clubhouse he’s usually on Twitter commenting on the latest crypto news.
What crypto account list would be complete without Pomp? At this point, he’s basically crossed into the mainstream. Recently, he hosted a Clubhouse rooms with Meek Mill, Mr Beast, and the Winklevoss Twins. Pomp is one of the biggest figures in the space, and you’ll learn a ton just from listening into his rooms.
Cory Klippsten (@CoryKlippsten)
Cory Klippsten is the founder of Swan Bitcoin, a very well known Bitcoin exchange. He has a really strong presence in Clubhouse, and often heads Bitcoin-centric rooms and discussions. Some may consider him a bitcoin maximalist, but how can you blame him?
Mattison Asher (@theether)
Mattison Asher works for ConsenSys, and is a crypto vet. He’s been in the game for a while, and it shows in his Clubhouse rooms. You can find him talking about Ethereum, DeFi, and exciting new blockchain projects. He’s also a well known associate of the LizardETH Clubhouse crew.
Conclusion: Best Crypto Clubhouse Accounts
Clubhouse is a great way to organically promote your project, especially if you know the right people and get in front of the right audience. It’s extremely effective because none of it looks paid, and everything is discussed like a normal conversation. Clubhouse is truly powerful, and the crypto community has taken notice.
Want to promote your crypto project on one of our Clubhouse rooms? Reach out to Coinbound, the leading cryptocurrency marketing agency. We’ve done a lot of grassroots and organic forum marketing for several crypto projects, all with great success. Coinbound has helped grow top crypto brands like eToro, ShapeShift, OKEx, CoinStats, and more via influencers, community management, publishers, PPC, and SEO.