Crypto podcasts covering the latest cryptocurrency news, blockchain technology and decentralized communities, brought to you by the Cointelegraph team.
Hashing It Out
It’s time to hash it out! Hashing It Out is a podcast by Cointelegraph covering innovations and important stories in the blockchain industry, featuring unparalleled interviews with thought leaders, influencers and trendsetters. Cointelegraph’s Elisha (GhCryptoGuy) hosts new guests every week to discuss how Bitcoin, Web3, DeFi, NFTs and the metaverse are changing the world.
Crypto is for everyone, not just rocket scientists, venture capitalists and high-IQ developers. The Agenda podcast explores the promises of crypto, blockchain and Web3, and how everyday people level up and improve their lives with technology. Each week, hosts Ray Salmond and Jonathan DeYoung tackle a new topic by speaking with the innovators and experts building the Web3 the world actually needs.
Decentralize with Cointelegraph
Whether engaging with the financial and educational systems, sharing medical data or voting in an election, blockchain technology has the potential to disrupt a wide range of everyday activities. On each episode of Decentralize with Cointelegraph, the Cointelegraph team unpacks how the world is slowly creeping into the decentralized future, through all the ups and downs.
Crypto Trading Secrets
Crypto Trading Secrets is a podcast focused on the trading and investing side of crypto. Episodes are typically formed around interviews with crypto traders, investors and analysts, categorized into segments. Some episodes may feature interviews with other guest types covering topics related to crypto trading and investing.
NFT Steez takes deep dives into NFTs, culture, crypto and all things Web3. Each week, hosts Ray Salmond and Alyssa Exposito sit down with the sector’s most brilliant artists, builders and thought leaders to discuss the growth and evolution of the Web3 space.
Disclaimer. These podcasts (and any related content) are for entertainment purposes only and do not constitute financial advice, nor should they be taken as such. Everyone must do their own research and make their own decisions. The podcasts' participants may or may not own any of the assets mentioned.