Blockchain technology, and certainly its offspring cryptocurrency, has pervaded the public lexicon. There’s still plenty to learn about digital currencies and their underlying technology, which spawns use cases ranging far beyond money. Blockchain could profoundly impact our most critical professional fields — healthcare, municipal planning, and philanthropy being among the affected sectors.
The following podcasts cover cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology, and in some cases, both. Take a look for yourself:
Charles Storry hosts 15 Minutes of Crypto Fame, a podcast that revolves around the latest stories pertaining to Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other altcoins. New episodes may arrive weekly or every few days, and show generally last between 10 and 25 minutes.
Visit their website: http://podcast.svkcrypto.com
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/15-minutes-of-crypto-fame/id1297197610
With the 4 Minute Crypto and Bitcoin Show, listeners can hear host Gary Leland‘s daily updates on the latest in Bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies, and blockchain tech. The title of the show is also an accurate description of the podcast, which runs four minutes or less, often spanning only two minutes. Talk about succinct!
Each show is titled according to the most prominent story of that episode: ‘83% of US Investors Would Buy Bitcoin’, ‘Iran Legalizes Crypto Mining’, and ‘The Cleveland Cavaliers Partner With United Coin’, to give you a few examples. This is the on-the-go podcast for the casual crypto or bitcoin follower.
Visit their website: 4minutecrypto.com/
AFP Conversations examines the latest in blockchain, cybersecurity, fintech, payments, FP&A, and related subjects through the lens of treasury and finance executives. It’s not the most blockchain or crypto-focused podcast on the list — perhaps that will appeal to you. Topics can range from ‘Views From the Post-American World’ with guest Fareed Zakaria, to ‘Building a Prediction Machine’, and much in between. Typical episodes run between 20 and 30 minutes and new shows come out each week.
Visit their website: afponline.org/ideas-inspiration/discussions/afp-conversations-podcast
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afp-conversations/id1156526674
Not to be confused with Alice, Analysis in Chains is a weekly podcast dedicated to blockchain technology and its scions. Hosts Neal Kierans and Nathan Williams possess backgrounds in entrepreneurship and engineering, which both serve them well as they host conversations with CEOs, founders, and wave-makers in the blockchain space. Episodes include ‘How can data be self-sovereign’, ‘It’s all about the metrics!’, and ‘Ethereum Hard Fork on the Horizon’. Shows run between 10 and 35 minutes and regularly employ the interview format.
Visit their website: analysisinchainspodcast.com/
B21 Block is hosted by Ravinder Deol, who gives weekly lessons on the basics of blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Episodes like ‘How to Evaluate an Altcoin’ and ‘What is Cryptoeconomics’ represent the tutorial aspect of the podcast, while ‘JP Morgan Launches a New Cryptocurrency’ and ‘Are Millennials Investing in Cryptocurrency’ show the news/trends side of B21 Block. Shows are meant to be highly digestible, running somewhere between two and five minutes each.
Visit their website: b21block.com
Joel Comm and Travis Wright host the Bad Crypto podcast, which in this case means “bad” in the “cool” sense. The self-acclaimed “world’s best cryptocurrency podcast” drops new 30 to 45-minute episodes every two to three days, and is published in a serialized format. Listeners can check out episodes like ‘Southpark Meets Bitcoin’, ‘Who is the Real Satoshi?’, and ‘Bitcoin Billionaires with Ben Mezrich’. The hosts have a sense of humor and solid understanding of how to make the topic of crypto fun.
Visit their website: badcryptopodcast.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-bad-crypto-podcast/id1261133600
Base Layer is a podcast aimed at the institutional investor. Co-hosts David Nage and Amanda Frankel drop in weekly to host interviews with founders and investors in the cryptoasset space. Riccardo Spagni, one of the creators of Monero, joins as a guest in a recent episode. The head of Fidelity Digital Assets hops on the mic for an interview in another edition of Base Layer. These aren’t small fish, and they’ve helped make Base Layer a podcast that crypto-heads pay attention to.
Visit their website: baselayer.tech/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/base-layer/id1445373535
Binance is among the most popular cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, and its podcast is hosted by one of the exchange’s top brass: Wei Zhou, CFO of Binance. Having Zhou lead the show is an indicator that this is no fly-by-night podcast — it’s a high-quality production from a company on the front lines of crypto.
Zhou talks with bitcoin bulls, CEOs, the head of a blockchain charity, and others about the state of cryptocurrency markets, individual coins, and notable trends. The “Mini Pod” version of the show runs around 10 minutes, while longer episodes will require between 25 minutes and an hour of your time. New episodes are released about every week or so.
Visit their website: youtube.com/channel/UCfYw6dhiwGBJQY_-Jcs8ozw
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/binance-podcast/id1459987353
Ansel Lindner hosts Bitcoin & Markets, a weekly update on the latest happenings around the world’s most well-known cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. If there’s news to report about Bitcoin, you’ll likely hear about it on Bitcoin & Markets.
Shows run around 20 minutes to a half-hour long, alternating between roundtable discussions, straight reporting, and analysis. Episodes like ‘Bitcoin Banter 7 – Decentralizing YouTube’ is an example of the group discussion format, while ‘Trump and Powell — Bullish or Bearish’ serves as a case of the newsy, current events side of Bitcoin & Markets.
Visit their website: bitcoinandmarkets.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bitcoin-markets/id1117715109
Bitcoin Echo Chamber is a weekly, discussion-style podcast that aims for accessibility. The somewhat mysterious host known as “Collin” doesn’t overwhelm listeners with overly-technical jargon— instead, the show relies on frank, easy-to-digest conversation. Each episode maintains a casual vibe, and recurring guests will quickly become familiar to regular listeners. Episodes run for about an hour, filled by discussions about trends, news, and attitude shifts towards Bitcoin.
As a bonus, the show has one of the more attention-grabbing intro riffs of any crypto podcast.
Visit their website: bitcoinechochamber.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bitcoin-echo-chamber/id1451420323
Host Joe Blackburn brings the world Bitcoin Radio, a podcast from Crypto Coin Trader and MouseBelt Blockchain Accelerator. The target demo: “anyone interested in the (Bitcoin and blockchain technology) space, both novice and experienced”, which is a pretty wide net to cast.
The show is still young, with four episodes published to date. Each one features a discussion with a guest. So far, Blackburn has chatted with a CTO in the security field, the founder of a crypto-themed Facebook group, a top-rated Bitcoin trading author, and the author of a book called ‘Bitcoin Pizza’. Shows run about an hour long and are released anywhere between every two days and each week.
Visit their website: stitcher.com/podcast/mousebelt/bitcoin-radio
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bitcoin-radio/id1474162730
Blockchain 2025 is a weekly show from the Bitcoin.com podcast family, co-hosted by Blake Moore and Matt Aaron. Each episode focuses on a different industry that blockchain is likely or inevitably going to disrupt. The show has also ventured beyond that initial premise, taking a look at specific tools and cases in episodes like ‘MimbleWimble – Privacy Protocol of the Future?’and ‘Cryptocollectibles – Massive Upside’.
Visit their website: podcast.bitcoin.com/s9-blockchain-2025
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blockchain-2025/id1350305449?ls=1
Blockchain 360 is a randomly scheduled, interview-style podcast hosted by Bryant Nielson. The goal of the show is to simplify and teach blockchain concepts for the listener, with each guest bringing value to that mission. Nielson’s guests consist primarily of CEOs and founders who have firsthand experience forging paths in the blockchain space. The typical show runs between 45 minutes and an hour-ten.
Visit their website: blockchain-360.com/category/podcast/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blockchain360/id1233874183
Blockchain Insider is a blockchain-centric podcast (stunner!) sponsored by R3 and co-hosted by Simon G. Platt with Simon Taylor. The weekly show touches on the latest news stories involving blockchain, distributed ledger technology, bitcoin, and other cryptocurrencies. Shows typically run between 45 minutes and an hour, with Taylor and Platt filling most of the air time themselves. Fortunately, they know their stuff and make for a knowledgeable, entertaining duo.
Visit their website: bi.11fs.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blockchain-insider-by-11-fs/id1256418941
Adriana Belotti hosts the Blockchain Pro Podcast, where she sits down with a
slew of guests who are connected to the blockchain space. Expect one new episode per month, with each show running around a half hour. Guests to date include the ‘Crypto Chicks’ Natalia Amelie and Elena Sinelnikova, Bok Koo aka Bokky Poobah, Edge’s Paul Puey, and 16 others. The target guest list includes ‘developers, marketers, business developers, accountants, and founders.’
Visit their website: youtube.com/channel/UComoqWnjQlH7JpvqfyGnWNA
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/blockchain-pro-podcast/id1378589774
Host and show creator Steven McKie sits down for discussions with founders, CEOs, and other blockchain enthusiasts on this show, which publishes on an indeterminate schedule. Show topics include ‘Insights on Crypto Investing’, ‘Building for Crypto Developers’, and ‘Curation and Spam Filtration’. Episodes typically run between 30 minutes and an hour, depending on the complexity of the topic and how much a guest has to say.
Visit their website: blockchannel.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blockchannel/id1307284590
Jason Choi hosts Blockcrunch, a bi-weekly podcast aimed at the global digital asset investing community. Choi is a hedge fund analyst, and he brings that expertise to the show through interviews with the likes of Ricardo Spagni, one of the founders of Monero. Each new show features a new guest’s brain for Choi to pick, and he does a thorough job leaving little meat on the bone. Shows typically run around 40 minutes to an hour and change.
Visit their website: youtube.com/channel/UCUkeqHiuODNor4etMbxbUpg
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blockcrunch-crypto-deep-dives/id1350649166
The BlockHash podcast aims to inform listeners about cryptocurrencies and the blockchain without taking up too much of their time. Host Brandon Zemp typically sits down for guest interviews, with CEOs or founders of companies in either the blockchain or crypto space filling the roster. Zemp also goes solo from time to time, discussing the ins and outs of topics like Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency project on episodes that run between 15 and 25 minutes, give or take. Interview episodes run closer to the hour-long mark.
Visit their website: block-hash.io/podcast.html
Tom Shaughnessy hosts Chain Reaction, a podcast that drops frequently, but not on a set schedule. The show is billed as a research podcast, a hint that the host’s conversations tend to go deeper into the subject matter than the average crypto/blockchain show. Each new episode features a conversation with a guest, with topics ranging from ‘The Social Income Network’ to ‘The Importance of Debt Markets’ and ‘The Promise of Interoperability’.
Visit their website: fiftyonepercent.podbean.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/chain-reaction/id1438148082
Citizen Bitcoin is self-described by host “Brady” as “podcasting (his) journey learning bitcoin hoping it makes yours a little easier”. In other words, you and the host are in the learning process together, so hopefully solidarity appeals to you. Shows typically run between an hour and an hour and a half and most often feature a guest. The show covers news (the Libra hearings) and also does deep dives into relevant concepts like Bitcoin mining and ‘Why ICOs Suck’.
Visit their website: citizenbitcoin.simplecast.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/citizen-bitcoin/id1350483937
The tagline of Coin Mastery is ‘Building Your Cryptocurrency Empire’. Is that something you might be interested in?
If so, host Carter Thomas will bring you the latest news on coins like Monero, Ripple, Litecoin, Ethereum and, of course, Bitcoin. Shows can run anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour-plus, and guests will join from time to time to talk shop with Thomas. New shows drop on a rough weekly schedule, with a fair amount of variation. Episode-headlining topics include ‘Is BTC Stuck in No Man’s Land’, ‘Following the Money in Crypto’, and ‘Bitcoin, Inflation, and Hitting $30k’. This is a show for crypto investors.
Visit their website: coinmastery.com/
Gabe Colors hosts Coloring Crypto, a show “for beginners and skeptics”, which is quite a wide net to cast if I don’t say so. The broad target audience manifests as a show that covers all kinds of crypto and blockchain-related topics through interviews and free-form discussion. New shows could come once a month, or once every two-to-three months, and they run consistently around the hour mark. Episodes include ‘How to Get a Job in Crypto’, ‘Adult Industry and the Blockchain’, and ‘All That’s Bad, Wrong, and Ugly with Blockchain’.
Visit their website: coloringcrypto.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/coloring-crypto/id1291606679
Crypto & Grill is a monthly podcast co-hosted by two guys who go by Token Stig and Crypto Dantes, aka the Count of Monte Crypto. Shows run around an hour-long, with each episode centering around an interview with guests from the worlds of crypto and blockchain. Topics include ‘Trading Crypto and Bitcoin’, ‘Crypto regulation’, ‘Bitcoin as the apex predator of money’, and ‘Exchanges and altcoins’. Listen to Crypto & Grill for casual conversation around serious topics.
Visit their website: player.fm/series/crypto-grill
CRYPTO101 is “the average consumer’s guide to cryptocurrency” and is hosted by Bryce Paul and PizzaMind. Fittingly, a recent episode features an interview with author of ‘Bitcoin Pizza’, Samantha Radocchia. New shows arrive every three days or so, with specialty shows like ‘The Weekly Fire’, a crypto news-specific segment, adding a bit of variety to the show’s timeline. The typical show comes in around 25 minutes long.
Visit their website: crypto101podcast.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/crypto-101-with-matthew-aaron/id1262351840
25. Crypto and Blockchain Talk
Crypto and Blockchain Talk targets newbies in the space, seeking to enlighten them through news stories and commentary about basic blockchain and crypto topics. Host Aviva Ounap covers trending topics like the rise of national cryptocurrencies and the launch of the Metalicoin Digital Metals Exchange. Shows also revolve around tutorial topics such as ‘POW vs. POS’ and ‘IEOs – Good Idea?’. Shows run between 30 minutes and an hour with new episodes dropping each week.
Visit their website: cryptoandblockchaintalk.com/
Crypto Basic isn’t aimed at people who are basic — at least not in the negative, hyper-modern sense of the word. It’s meant for those who want to learn the fundamentals of cryptocurrencies. Hosts Brent Philbin, Karim Baruque, and Adam “Roothlus” Levy pack each show with a variety of topics that will keep listeners on their toes throughout the hour-long runtime. For example, one show includes these topics: ‘Bitcoin milestones, the NBA dabbles in blockchain tech, and the U.K moves towards crypto’. New shows drop weekly.
Visit their website: https://www.cryptobasicpodcast.com/
27. Crypto Blockchain
The Crypto Blockchain podcast covers the “latest and greatest news in the world of crypto, blockchain, DLT, AI, ML, Nanotech and IoT.” In other words, its target audience isn’t single-minded, but instead has a broad range of interests spanning a wide spectrum of emergent technologies. This includes coverage and analysis of the latest reports, news, and projects under the wide umbrella of technologies. Hosts
Visit their website: anchor.fm/cryptoblockchain
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/crypto-blockchain-podcast/id1436552758
28. Crypto Bobby
Coming in with one of the more out-there names on the list is the Crypto Bobby podcast. The podcast name is a nod to the host of the show, Robert Paone, aka Crypto Bobby. It’s one of the few daily podcasts on this list, which also makes it one of the most topical crypto shows around. It’s not all breaking news, though there’s plenty of that. Other shows are meant to be more educational, with examples being ‘A Comprehensive Guide to Decentralized Finance’ and ‘Is Inflation Killing Your Crypto Gains?’. Shows can run anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour and 15 minutes.
Visit their website: cryptobobby.com/
29. Crypto Corner
The Crypto Corner is a weekly crypto roundup show hosted by the somewhat mysterious “Crypto Kid”. It’s a bite-sized rundown of the most important crypto-related stories of the week, packed into five to seven-minute episodes. New shows are released each Saturday to ensure that no worthwhile story goes uncovered. The formula is simple and effective. An example of one show’s topic list includes ‘Walmart stablecoin patent, Coinbase thwarting hackers, and more’.
Visit their website: podtail.com/en/podcast/the-crypto-corner/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-crypto-corner/id1457895203
30. Crypto Cousins
Crypto Cousins is hosted by self,-described Bitcoin enthusiast Gary Leland. Leland brings on guests who he fondly refers to as his Crypto Cousins, hence the title of the show. Topics primarily revolve around Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, but Leland caters the show’s content to the guests. That’s how Crypto Cousins ends up with episodes like ‘Mark Hopkins – His Phone SIM Swap’ and ‘Ray Redacted – Cellphone Security’. Guests like John McAfee and Tone Vays show that Leland has the ear of influencers in the crypto world, so he might just be worth paying attention to. Shows run between 15 minutes and an hour and new episodes come out weekly.
Visit their website: cryptocousins.com/
31. Crypto Radio
Hosts Chris Sparks, Mike Gilliland, Euvie Ivanova, and Michael Pole man the mics on Crypto Radio. The latest episode dropped in March, and the most recent before that came out in October of 2018. Each show features a guest who dives deep into a specific topic like ‘Blockchain in Gaming’ or ‘Learning from Mistakes and Successes in Crypto Trading’. They don’t dive too deep as to lull listeners to sleep, with episodes running around half an hour.
Visit their website: cryptoradio.io/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/crypto-radio/id1328413205
32. Crypto Token Talk
Kelley Weaver hosts Crypto Token Talk, a podcast explaining the ways that blockchain and cryptocurrencies could impact the future of our world. The show is described as a “Crypto 101”-level tutorial that is a “newbie-friendly gateway to learning resources related to the world of cryptocurrency“. Shows run around 30 minutes and new episodes are released twice per month. Episodes include ‘Crypto Law’, ‘Crypto Hedge Funds, Mining, and more’, and ‘Investing in Transformative Technologies’.
Visit their website: cryptotokentalk.io/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/crypto-token-talk/id1342460763
33. Crypto Voices
Matthew Mežinskis and Fernando Ulrich host the Crypto Voices podcast, a show that explores ‘diverse trends in Bitcoin and blockchain tech, decentralization, entrepreneurship, cryptoeconomics, and liberty.’ Episodes typically run just over an hour, frequently include guests in the crypto and blockchain spaces, and average one-to-two new episodes per month. Topics include ‘Bitcoin Privacy’, ‘Bitcoin at University’, and ‘Bitcoin, Blockchain, and Real Estate’.
Visit their website: cryptovoices.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/crypto-voices/id1193136560
34. Crypto Weekly
Crypto Weekly has one of the more colorfully-named roster of regulars in the game: Crypto Beak, Geordie Prince, P Money, and Bitcoin Bublé (no relation to Michael, at least that we’re aware of). Host Crypto Ken keeps the stable in order, and he also welcomes on other guests to chat about the latest crypto news in a weekly format. Episodes run around 45 minutes to an hour and touch on topics like ‘Libra losing love of US leadership’, ‘2019 Binance hack’, and ‘SEC crypto guidelines’.
Visit their website: soundcloud.com/cryptoweekly
CryptosRUS is a daily crypto-centric podcast hosted by George Tung. The show provides news and analysis of the latest in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, from the movements of the market to new regulations and updates pertaining to cryptocurrency exchanges and companies. Shows usually run between five and 45 minutes, depending on the depth of coverage that the day’s stories require.
Visit their website: iheart.com/podcast/256-cryptosrus-30998703/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cryptosrus/id1336511646
36. The Cryptoverse
The Cryptoverse encompasses every topic and story under the cryptocurrency umbrella. Host Chris Coney picks the minds of his guests, typically founders and executives in the crypto space, over the span of 30 to 45-minute episodes. More common are shorter, 15-minutes-or-less episodes in which Coney covers the latest in crypto news. The publication schedule is unclear, hovering somewhere around bi-weekly.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cryptoverse/id1117335008
37. Decentralize This!
Decentralize This! takes a macro approach to blockchain technology and the broader theme of decentralization. Host Tor Bair talks to “developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise ” to give listeners a firsthand glimpse of what’s going on in the decentralized world. Each show centers around the guest of the day, with the topics of each show following suit. Episodes last between 45 minutes and an hour and are released on an indeterminate schedule.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/decentralize-this/id1438776388
38. Did You Know Crypto Podcast
Here are a few questions to ask yourself before tuning into the ‘Did You Know Crypto Podcast’: “Do you wonder what this Bitcoin thing is all about? Are you just starting your journey or have you been HODLing for years? How will Bitcoin effect the future not just economically but philosophically as well?”
If you have considered any of these questions, the Did You Know Crypto Podcast, a weekly conversation portal hosted by Dustin Dreifuerst, is worth a look. Each show lasts between 30 minutes and an hour-plus, with most shows involving a guest. Shows include ‘Bitcoin and the Meaning Crisis’ and ‘The Cults of Bitcoin, while 15-minute minicasts are also available for time-crunched listeners.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/did-you-know-crypto-podcast/id1368275736
Sebastien Couture, Brian Fabian Crain, Meher Roy, Sunny Aggarwal, and Friederike Ernst host Epicenter, a weekly podcast about “the technical, economic and social implications of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies.” Shows run between an hour and an hour and a half, with discussion topics including ‘Compound – an automated money market for Ethereum’, ‘The case for electronic cash in an open and free society’, and ‘NASAA – a “to the moon” approach to regulating crypto’. The group discussion aspect of Epicenter is noteworthy and unique among crypto podcast alternatives.
Evolvement is an interview-style podcast covering cryptocurrency (including Bitcoin) as well as the broader topic of blockchain technology. Host Michael Nye uses interviews to show listeners how cryptocurrency and blockchain are leaving an imprint on the present and the future. Noteworthy shows include ‘Reshaping Latin America with Blockchain’, ‘How Can Blockchain Improve Charity?’, and ‘How Advertisers are Abusing Users Data and How Blockchain Can Help’. Expect to spend somewhere between 20 minutes and an hour and 20 minutes listening, depending on the episode you choose. New shows drop every three to five days.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/evolvement/id1448739088
41. Exploring EOS
Exploring EOS is a podcast in a fairly narrow lane, that being the Entrepreneurial Operating System, also known as EOS. The show’s host is known as “JP”, and he capably navigates guest interviews and solo shows touching on the latest news and developments surrounding EOS. Referred to by some as Blockchain 2.0, EOS is a largely untapped operating system, and JP makes it his mission to explore that potential. Show topics include the “First Government on a Blockchain’, ‘Free EOS, Airdrops, and more’, and ‘Distributed Social Media Concept’. Shows can run anywhere between 6 minutes to over an hour, and are released somewhat sporadically.
What’s Flippening, my people?
That’s the question that Clay Collins sets out to answer on this podcast aimed at cryptocurrency investors. The show alternates between weekly and bi-weekly releases, with each show focusing on a different aspect of cryptocurrencies. Conversations revolve around “the cryptocurrency economy, new investment strategies for maximizing returns, and stories from the front lines of financial disruption.” Shows usually last between 45 minutes and an hour and 15, with most shows incorporating an interview with someone working in the cryptocurrency space.
43. The Global Coin Podcast
The Global Coin Podcast is the offspring of the digital publication Global Coin Research. Joyce Yang of Global Coin Research handles the hosting on the “workshop” episodes, in which she chats with somebody who is changing the game in the world of cryptocurrencies. Check out her talk with CryptoKitties founder Benny Giang (episode 26) for a primer on how these one-on-ones typically go. Other episodes feature fill-in hosts like Bitmex CEO Arthur Hayes and Binance CFO Wei Zhou. New shows come out weekly and usually run between 45 minutes to an hour.
44. The Hacker Noon Podcast
Hacker Noon is one of the more well-known publications on this list. Their podcast comes out weekly and is hosted by Derek Bernard. The show host and writers are not shy in their quest to provide an entertaining product through a tech lens. That’s why you’ll find off-the-wall show topics like ‘We Are Living in a Simulation Hypothesis’. But there’s also plenty of more serious topics packed into these 30 minute-to-an-hour-plus-long shows, such as ‘Stages of Company Building’ and ‘Building Technology That Augments Human Abilities’.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hacker-noon-podcast/id1436233955
45. Hashing It Out
Hashing It Out is an interview-style show hosted by Corey Petty and Collin Cusce that combines narrative and data for an info-rich yet entertaining listening experience. Their ideal guests are innovators and professionals who work with decentralized systems, which are the basis of blockchain technology. Episodes run between one and two hours, making for in-depth interviews with real professionals in the field of decentralized systems. New episodes typically arrive each week.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hashing-it-out/id1376906132
In the cryptocurrency world, HODL refers to some variation of the phrase “hold on for dear life”. In this case, it’s an indicator that means: ‘this show is about crypto’. Host Joshua Marriage looks to capture the “average joe” as a listener, teaching new investors what they need to know about cryptocurrencies. The seven episodes published to date run between nine and 47 minutes and include interviews, news updates, and opinion pieces. New episodes come out once to twice a month.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hodlcast/id1357084645
47. How To Grow a Decacorn
Believe it or not, this show isn’t just for those wanting to learn how to “grow a decacorn”. The title alludes to companies valued over $10 billion (decacorns), and it’s an indication that the show covers what is working, and what isn’t working, at the highest levels of the business world. Co-hosts Jesse Powell and Christina Yee have recorded six episodes to date, with four airing in February and one in March. Shows ranged between 20 minutes and an hour and a half long, and touched on the issues that come with decacorn companies, from life as an employee to how to avoid killing the brand.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-grow-a-decacorn/id1450790442
48. Humans of Bitcoin
Humans of Bitcoin takes a humanistic approach to cryptocurrencies, interviewing those whose lives have been affected, for better or worse, by digital currencies. They’re mostly positive stories in the form of interviews with founders, CSOs, and others who have a firsthand perspective on cryptocurrency companies, conferences, and trends. Host Matt Aaron has the backing of the Bitcoin.com podcast network, which means guests are no fly-by-night nobodies. Episodes typically run between 25 minutes and 45 minutes, with new shows arriving each week.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/humans-of-bitcoin/id1347545401
49. ICO 101
ICO 101 is “the average consumer’s guide to ICOs”. The show releases new episodes each week, with each one running around a half-hour long. Host Aaron Paul has flown solo through the show’s early episodes, discussing topics like ‘the secret sauce your company is missing’, ‘how to get paid to work in crypto’, and ‘communications 101: how to speak to your community’.
50. In Bitcoin We Trust
Darrell Bryan hosts the most “lit podcast in all of cryptocurrency.” The show mixes interviews with news coverage for a varied show that runs somewhere between 20 minutes and an hour per episode. New episodes are released one-to-three time per month.
This weekly podcast covers “blockchain, smart contracts and distributed ledger technology (DLT) in the insurance industry.” Host Walid Al Saqqaf mixes interviews with solo commentary throughout episodes that typically run 30-45 minutes long. Some notable episodes include ‘The Data Economy’, ‘USA Roadtrip – blockchain & insurance’, and ‘The Psychology of Blockchain’. Insureblocks is blockchain with a heavy dose of insurance.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/insureblocks/id1361820676
52. Into the Ether
Host Eric Conner leads the audience of Into the Ether through topics concerning Ethereum and EthHub. The show mixes in-depth interviews with weekly news recaps about the lastest in Ethereum, from the coin itself to the decentralized apps it allows to exist. Episodes come out weekly and typically run around 45 minutes to an hour.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/into-the-ether/id1443920565
53. Investor Ideas
Investor Ideas is the podcast from digital publication investorideas.com. It’s a show for seasoned investors, with trading jargon flying around regularly enough that you should have a basic understanding of crypto trading to seriously consider adding this show to your library. New shows are published daily, and different iterations of the show include #Cannabis News, #CryptoCorner, and #AI Eye. Each show is short, typically running between five and 15 minutes.
Listen on iTunes: N/A
54. LAB Radio
LAB stands for “Learn About Bitcoin” or “Learn About Blockchain”, two taglines that sum up the mission of this show. Each new episode features a guest working in the world of blockchain or the related cryptocurrency space. Episodes can run anywhere from 15 minutes to over an hour, and new shows are released regularly on an inconsistent schedule. Chris Goshong takes on hosting duties for LAB Radio.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lab-radio/id1125783273
55. Ledger Cast
Ledger Cast is a podcast from Ledger Status, a website “for blockchain cryptocurency enthusiasts”. Topics include analysis of technical and trading activity in the worlds of blockchain and crypto, as well as the latest news tied to those subjects. New episodes are released weekly, with each show lasting somewhere around an hour. Co-hosts Brian Krogsgard, and Josh Olszewicz handle the conversation on most shows, and they’ll occasionally bring in a guest to lend their expertise on specific topics under the crypto and blockchain umbrellas.
56. Let’s Talk ETC!
Ethereum Classic (ETC) is an open-source computing platform, and this podcast is dedicated to covering the latest news and trends related to ETC. Discussions also touch on related topics like Bitcoin and blockchain technology. Host Carlo V guides listeners through episodes that run around 30 minutes and drop on an indeterminate schedule.
57. Life in the Fast Chain
Life in the Fast Chain is a blockchain-centric podcast from one of the biggest names in the space, R3. Host Catherine Rutter brings plenty of zest to liven up conversations around the latest news, studies, and trends involving blockchain. Shows run between 30 minutes and an hour and are released every two weeks or so.
58. Mapable USA
The Mapable USA podcast focuses on the latest and greatest developments in crowdfunding. This means host Ron Costa ventures into the world of ICOs, STOs, and other fundraising mechanisms that rely on blockchain technology and/or cryptocurrencies. Episodes run between 30 minutes and an hour and guests regularly join the podcast. This is for those interested in news and commentary about specific funds, types of investing, and trends in crowdfunding.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mapable-usa/id1441357763
59. Noded Bitcoin Podcast
The Noded Bitcoin Podcast covers technical news and current events surrounding Bitcoin, as well as commentary about what those stories mean in the grand scheme of cryptocurrency and money markets. Michael Goldstein and Pierre Rochard handle hosting duties for this hour-and-a-half-long podcast, which frequently incorporates guest discussions and Q&A sessions to keep the listeners involved in the show’s direction. The episode publication schedule is unclear, but often numerous shows will drop on the same day, giving listeners plenty to digest.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/noded-bitcoin-podcast/id1308074867
60. Off the Chain
Anthony Pompliano hosts Off the Chain, where he and a revolving roster of guests including “the most respected names in crypto and Wall Street” chop it up. Listeners can expect three shows per week running about an hour long each. Guests like The Mooch, UFC fighter Ben Askren, and Bitcoin Sign Guy show that Off the Chain is much more than the typical down-the-middle, by-the-book blockchain show.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/off-the-chain/id1434060078
61. POV Crypto Podcast
David Hoffman and Christian Keroles “explore the markets, news, and interesting topics” involving cryptocurrencies. Each episode runs between 30 minutes and an hour-plus, touching on topics like ‘The Bargain of Block Reward Funding’, ‘Ethereum v. Bitcoin’, and ‘The Gravity Behind Monetary Maximalism’. A notable segment, ‘Fight Night’, pits Hoffman versus Keroles in a debate-style duel over the topic of the day.
62. Relay Chain
Joe Petrowski hosts Relay Chain, a podcast for following the development of blockchain tech and the decentralized web. The first two episodes averaged around 45 minutes in duration and touched on ‘Building Simple Tools for a Wider Reach’ and ‘Building Tech That Protects Our Interests.’ It appears as though new episodes will arrive every two weeks or so.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/podcast/relay-chain/id1475735289
63. Speaking of Crypto
Host Shannon Grinnell chats with guests about companies, trends, and stories worth covering in the world of crypto and blockchain. Episodes typically run around an hour to an hour-ten and revolve around the guest’s expertise, which often includes an explanation of what value they bring to the blockchain and/or crypto space.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/speaking-of-crypto-podcast/id1384228965
64. Stephan Livera Podcast
The eponymous host of this podcast, Stephan Livera, recently hit the 100-episode mark, proving that this show has some staying power. If you’re looking for authoritative guests unafraid to take a stance, there’s a good chance you’ll enjoy this podcast, which drops three days per week. Episodes include ‘Every Bitcoin Hardware Wallet Sucks’, ‘Bitcoin is Money, Not Payments’, and ‘Bitcoin is Not PayPal 2.0’.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/stephan-livera-podcast/id1415720320
65. Tales from the Crypt: A Bitcoin Podcast
Host Marty Bent chops it up with “interesting people” who have made their mark in the crypto and blockchain spaces. They discuss guests’ personal journeys while dissecting trends in the crypto markets. This show also examines the implications of politics and policy on the state of cryptocurrencies. Normal episodes last between one and two hours and are released every few days.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tales-from-the-crypt/id1292381204
66. The Alex Merced Cast
Host Alex Merced moderates this show about “Libertarianism, Blockchain, and Economics”. It sets itself apart from standard crypto/blockchain shows by focusing on the libertarian aspect of decentralized currency. Listeners can expect variation in the publication schedule, with new episodes coming out somewhere between every few days and weekly. Episodes are short, lasting somewhere between five and 25 minutes.
67. The Bitcoin Knowledge Podcast
Trace Mayer hosts The Bitcoin Knowledge Podcast, where he speaks with guests about everything from ‘epic BTC journalism tales’ to ‘payment processing via lightning network’. Shows typically run around 20 to 35 minutes and new episodes come out each week.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-bitcoin-knowledge-podcast/id301670981
68. The Blockchain Show
The Blockchain Show is a weekly interview-style podcast led by hosts and Ethan Kinderknecht
and Sarah Hempfling. The interview shows center around the guests, while Sarah and Ethan discuss topics like ‘Chuck E. Cheese vs. Bitcoin’ and self-sovereign identity amongst themselves. Episodes run anywhere from 11 minutes to an hour and are released weekly.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-blockchain-show/id1111799580?mt=2
69. The Crux of Crypto
Investor Spencer Bogart serves as host of The Crux of Crypto podcast, a monthly, interview-style discourse on topics like ‘The Path to Open, Global Prediction Markets’, ‘Data as an Asset Class’, and ‘Creating Synthetic Derivatives on the Blockchain’. Episodes run between 30 minutes and an hour and a half.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-crux-of-crypto/id1388153210
70. The Crypto Show
Dr. Julian Hosp hosts the Crypto Show podcast, where he typically does a solo dive into topics like ‘why most team decisions are sh*t’ as well as more crypto-centric subjects like ‘Is Donald Trump good or bad for Bitcoin?’. Most shows run shorter than 25 minutes and revolve around the latest news in the cryptocurrency markets. New shows arrive every couple days.
Listen on iTunes: N/A
71. The Crypto Street Podcast
Host Sally Ainsworth, along with “Prince” and “Whale”, carries this cryptocurrency podcast. Guests stop by (sometimes remotely) for a mix of fun and crypto talk on episodes like ‘Investing and Food Takes’, ‘Crypto journalism’, and more down-the-line shows such as ‘Options trading’ and their ‘Current Events’ featurettes. Episodes typically last between 30 minutes and an hour and are released roughly once per week.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-crypto-street-podcast/id1313742831
72. The Cryptocurrency Investing Podcast
Jeff Kirdeikis hosts The Cryptocurrency Investing Podcast. He conducts founder interviews as well as coverage of breaking news and events, trends and topics in the crypto world. New shows come out every four-to-five days (give or take) with episodes running anywhere from 15 minutes to around an hour and a half. News-heavy episodes carry titles like ‘Bitcoin Breaks $5,000!’ and ‘Crypto Week in Review’ while interviews are woven in to provide a variety of listening choices.
73. The DYOR Podcast
Tom Buonincontri hosts The DYOR (“Do Your Own Research”) Podcast. A weekly show telling you to “do your own research” is more inviting than you may presume, because Tom and his guests will do the research along with you, the listener. The show’s target audience is “passionate enthusiasts interested in learning about blockchain technology, Bitcoin and cryptoassets” through interviews with the likes of Michael Nye and Peter McCormack. Topics covered to date include ‘The Future of Cryptocurrency’ and ‘Earn Free Bitcoin’ — I know you’re interested now — and episodes run around 45 minutes to an hour.
74. The Lite Podcast
The host of the Lite Podcast goes by ecurrencyhodler, and he sits down with guests from the crypto and emergent technology spaces to talk about Bitcoin, Litecoin, the Lightning Network (and some other off-the-menu topics). Episodes usually clock in somewhere between 25 minutes and an hour and change, with headlining show topics ranging from ‘Maintaining Privacy with Bitcoin’ to ‘An Outsider’s Perspective to Cryptocurrency’ and much in between.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/bg/podcast/the-lite-podcast/id1372615643?mt=2
75. The Scoop
A team of hosts led by Frank Chaparro talk to a rotating cast of blockchain-minded guests on this weekly podcast that runs around an hour per episode. Guests include founders, CEOs, VPs, and others who are shaping and/or on the front lines of the future as it pertains to blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-scoop/id1460134454
76. Token Talks
Host Zach DeWitt gives listeners an inside view into the most interesting projects taking form in the crypto space. Each show centers around a company making a name for themselves among crypto enthusiasts. The casual crypto enthusiast has likely not heard of OpenSea, Electric Capital, or Dharma, but DeWitt and his backers at Wing are hoping that adds to the intrigue. Shows usually run between 35 and 38 minutes with new episodes arriving once to twice per month.
77. Thriller Crypto
It’s a thriiiiiller, thrill-er cast!
Please excuse my inner King of Pop and turn your focus to Thriller Crypto, a show that covers a wide range of topics including but not limited to “Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cryptocurrency, Digital Assets, DLT, Blockchain, Fintech, and the Decentralized Financial Future.” Car Gonzalez hosts the show, filling most of the airtime on his own covering the latest in crypto. New shows arrive three times per week and can last between 30 minutes and an hour and a half.
Host and independent journo Laura Shin
mans the main mic on Unchained. She chats with leaders in the crypto industry “about how crypto assets and blockchains will change the way we earn, spend and invest our money.” It’s a dive into how crypto could change our financial systems, with topics like ‘Why Crypto-Friendly Laws are Coming to the US’ and ‘How Blockchains Can Create Little Democracies Everywhere’ serving as talking points in guest interviews. Shows are published weekly and usually run a little over an hour.
Host Laura Shin pairs Unchained with Unconfirmed, a weekly show where she shines a light directly on the world of crypto. Shin sits down with professionals in the crypto space to get their reactions to the latest headlines. This is a pretty straight news and analysis show, with episodes titled ‘Kik’s Surprising Move in Its Lawsuit with the SEC’ and ‘Why It Would Be Good if Libra Rivaled the US Dolar’ being illustrative of the sort of stories Shin and her guests dissect. It’s a shorter podcast than Unchained, with each episode of Unconfirmed running around 30 minutes.
80. Unqualified Opinions
Host Ryan Selkis interviews guests in this somewhat daily podcast sponsored by digital crypto publication Messari. Episodes run between 30 and 40 minutes, with each show featuring a new guest from the blockchain/crypto spaces. Topics include the formation of Web 3.0, but primarily revolve around what the guest of the show is doing to disrupt their respective industry.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/messaris-unqualified-opinions/id1455666979
81. Untold Stories
Host Charlie Shrem is the man behind Untold Stories, a show that takes a human-centered approach to the crypto world. He walks with his guests down the roads that led them to prominence in the world of crypto. It’s a refreshing approach that leads to 45 minute-to-hour-plus-long episodes. How did a Buddhist monk end up in the role of Chief Technical Officer? You’ll have to listen to this weekly podcast to find out.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/untold-stories/id1462346183
82. Venture Coinist
Host Luke Martin regularly brings on guests to pick their minds about the state of crypto, the role they’ve carved in the industry, and the latest news and trends. Most shows run over an hour, filled by in-depth interviews with investors, fund managers, analysts, and others on the front lines of crypto job and currency markets. New shows arrive in a varied period between three and ten days, give or take.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/venture-coinist-podcast/id1350247761
83. What Bitcoin Did
Host Peter McCormack leads this daily podcast updating listeners about the latest moves in Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, and what those moves mean in the big picture. Guests pop in to talk about ‘Bitcoin ATM Regulations’, ‘The Bitcoin Electricity Consumption Index’, and ‘Why Bitcoin Changes Everything’. Episodes typically run over an hour and cover a variety of topics cushioned around an interview.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-what-bitcoin-did-podcast/id1317356120
84. What Grinds My Gears
Meltem Demirors and Jill Carlson are the hosts of What Grinds My Gears, a weekly show focused on the “bizarre and buzz-worthy happenings in the world of cryptocurrency”. Episodes typically run around an hour and cover topics like ‘Welcome to FaceCoin’, ‘Tarred and Tethered’, and include occasional weekly rundowns of the previous seven days in cryptocurrency.
85. Wild West Crypto Show
Hosts Drew Taylor and L. Brent Bates hop in the saddle for each episode of this Texas-based, hour-long crypto podcast. Think of the WWCS of as crypto with a Texas twang, including regular interviews with guests, explanations of the latest trends shaping crypto, and discussion about crypto and blockchain use cases. New episodes drop weekly.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wild-west-crypto-show/id1403381849
86. Wyre Talks
Wyre sponsors this weekly, interview-style podcast featuring the “brightest minds in crypto” including CEOs, founders, movers, and shakers who share their insights and experiences. Thomas Scaria mans the mic as host, guiding interviews covering topics like ‘Owning the Newcomer Experience’, ‘The Future of Margin Lending in Crypto’, and ‘How Digital Scarcity is Revolutionizing Gaming’.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wyre-talks/id1432912612