Some of the best love casual feasts of knowledge. Podcast listening provides an authentic data source from typically unscripted 'everyday people' that discuss virtually any topic.
This type of informal education has caught on with many lifelong learners to expand their minds, give them cultural insight, and gain insider views of specific industries. when a hot new topic arises (or an old one is rediscovered), a podcast is bound to follow!
On that note: We know you’re curious to learn more about NFTs. 2021 was a HUGE BOOM of nothing but ‘NFT this' and NFT that'- but as a new technology, there is not a considerable amount of education out there - so where do we turn?
Below are 22 podcasts that do a superb job of keeping listeners updated on the NFT ecosystem.
The hosts of The Bad Crypto Podcast created the first NFT podcast. They are two of the best friends in the blockchain community. Joel Comm is a blockchain enthusiast and best-selling author, and Travis Wright is a blockchain co-founder, advisor, and marketing technologist. They discuss the latest NFT case studies and resources. Joel Comm and his son, Zach Comm, are currently hosting The Nifty Show, while Travis Wright is starting ‘The Epic Shit Show’ podcast, where he will continue to cover NFT technology. Source.
Host Kevin Rose is among the top 25 most influential people on the internet. Rose is a tech venture capitalist and a serial entrepreneur. Time Magazine named Rose a top 25 angel investor. PROOF covers the new tools of NFT gaming/metaverse, NFT artists, and generative NFTs. This knowledge-rich podcast is a must-listen podcast for anyone into NFTs. Source.
The Zima Red podcast is hosted by Andrew Steinwold, a managing partner at Stermion, a company focused on expediting the emergence of the metaverse. To enhance the development of the NFT metaverse, Stermion has raised $100 million. The Zima Red explores virtual worlds, digital assets, and all things NFT related. Source.
The Not Another Bitcoin podcast host, Kenn Bosak, is a renowned name in the NFT and crypto world. This podcast is a live chat stream that airs every day at noon EST. With guests from all over the crypto space, including founders and developers, it provides ample information about the Crypto world. Source.
This podcast hosted by Jeff Kelley, Ethan Janney, and Joshua Kriger explores the nuts and bolts of NFTs. It provides its audience with the top 1% of information about everything happening in the NFT world. The combined experience of the hosts in arts, entrepreneurship, and music makes it an especially entertaining podcast. Source.
George and Luke host this weekly podcast about decentralization and NFT assets. To let their audience get involved the hosts give them NonFunGerbil tokens. In their podcast, they talk about how to monetize content and the future of NFTs. Source.
That's Nifty is hosted by Tommy Noble, Slimesunday, and Kitschy Kitch, who are NFT artists and collectors. This podcast is focused on NFT art and is the one to listen to if you are interested in knowing what is going on inside the NFT art space. Source.
Nft Now is hosted by Alejandro Navia, Matt Medved, and Sam Hysell. This Wednesday weekly podcast covers NFT curation, analysis, and news. NFT news fosters the NFT community, showcases the trailblazers, and tells actionable strategies to empower the creators. Source.
The Mint Condition is a weekly podcast hosted by Chamber and Dez, or "KRHFT" and "Bunchu Eth." The hosts in the podcasts discuss digital collectibles, NFTs, and cryptocurrencies. This show is powered by dGEN, a community network founded by Chamber and Bunchu for cryptocurrency and NFTs. The mint condition podcast discusses NFT-specific topics by inviting notable NFT artists. The in-depth interview mode of these interviews covers discussions on NFT flipping, NFT launches overall market reviews, collectible markets, and the tools that can help the creators launch new NFT projects. Source.
Lea Thompson hosts Girl Gone Crypto, a fantastic and fun source of information on crypto, Blockchain, and NFTs. It includes discussions with Crypto-experts on emerging trends that simultaneously educate and entertain its audience. Source.
Tokel Talk features dedicated discussions on token and NFT platforms. This podcast provides terrific solutions to NFT creators and information on upcoming projects. Source.
Join host Dan The Lost Boy at the new Project LB52 Podcast, a community for NFT and music lovers, as Dan shares the process of producing his first Custom Song NFT project. Each episode contains information about the Project LB52 NFT. This show is for those desiring to learn more about NFTs or Project LB52. Source.
Matthew and Rizzle host the Matthew and Rizzle show; Mathew is the creator at TheWIPmeetup.eth and Rizzle is the co-founder at the nft42. With an interview format, the podcast covers NFT artists, creators, and outstanding projects in the space. Source.
The Delphi Digital podcast discusses finance and investment in the NFT world with a team of dedicated finance experts. The 60 minutes long engaging and informative episodes of Delphi Digital provide a sound financial analysis to NFT matters.
Delphi Digital must be your top pick to bring value to your crypto and NFTs, as they discuss relevant content on four different topics, including the metaverse, NFT gaming, opinions of collectors, and fractionation of NFTs. Depending on your interest, you can listen to whatever pertinent subjects that you want. Source.
Digitally Rare, started in 2018 by Jonathan Maan and Matt Condon, talks about NFTs and Blockchain in a very casual and informative way. Matt Condon works on the project of thermanymatts while Jonathan has a mission to write a song every day for 1000 days. He sells these songs as NFTs. Source.
NorcalGuy hosts the new podcast Norcal and Shill. This interview-style podcast hosts crypto talk about the NFT and crypto journey of those artists in a very casual and entertaining way. Its host NorcalGuy is an NFT genesis art collector. Source.
Rich Cardona and Heather Paraday host the NFTs 4 Newbies podcast. Rich Cardona is a media organization owner and is counted among the top 100 podcasters. He, combined with Heather Paraday, has hosted more than 1000 podcast episodes on entrepreneurship, leadership, and mental health.
As its name indicates, "NFT for newbies" is the perfect choice for anyone new to NFTs and desiring to explore this exciting realm. Moreover, its 15-minute duration makes it easy to consume and digest. Source.
Gary Vaynerchuk, also known as GaryVee, hosts "The GaryVee Audio Experience," which does not need an introduction as its name is enough. Garyvee, its host, is an investor, public speaker, CEO, entrepreneur, and vlogger.
Though it is not dedicated exclusively to NFTs, we can not ignore it while discussing NFT podcasts because of the in-depth knowledge that GaryVee shares. This podcast is a mixture that contains segments from WEEKLYVEE videos, business and marketing insights, episodes, and fireside chats. Source.
NFTs on Fire is the NFT podcast hosted by John Jee Dumas, where he shares what is hot and what is not and provides a custom rating on the upcoming NFT projects. Hence, it is indispensable for listening and learning about trends in the NFT marketplace. Source.
Brian Fanzo hosts the NFT 365. It is powered by $ADHD coins that include the breaking news, upcoming projects, educational episodes, and emerging trends and interviews of NFT experts. The NFT 365 helps its listeners reimagine the future with expert talks on web3, Blockchain, metaverse, cryptocurrency, creator economy, and Blockchain. Source.
Hosted by Michael Keen and Jennifer Sutton, the NFT Catcher podcast provides ample information on everything in the NFT world, the recent NFT launches, and the digital collectibles they are personally buying. Source.
Shot 2 the Moon is the discussion-based podcast hosted by Sean Pfeiffer and "Von" Steven Schill. Sean Pfeiffer is always excited to explore the NFT world, as one of the top 500 collectors in the world. He also worked in many media companies and has ample NFT experience. Von is an entertainer, content creator, and broadcaster who loves engaging in NFTs, metaverse, and crypto-projects.
Both knowledgeable hosts discuss upcoming launches, the latest information developments, and their recent acquisitions. Additionally, they recently launched their NFT collection, so they also discuss the progress of their collection. Source.
Podcasts can be excellent sources of information to keep up to date with what is happening in the NFT space. The podcasts above are the best programs you can follow now, whether you are a newbie looking to get a grip on things or an expert wanting to remain on top of the latest trends and developments. You should not neglect the freely offered information that top podcasts provide, as they assist in conferring the knowledge needed to seamlessly navigate the NFT metaverse.
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