by Viktor A 

May 27, 2021

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It’s no secret that the cryptocurrency community is highly supportive of young entrepreneurs. This is why we are so excited to announce the winner of our YouTube competition – a young filmmaker named Danny! Danny is from Germany and he told us that he’s always been interested in pushing the limits of filmmaking. He started his YouTube channel in 2015 and it has grown over the last three years to more than 17,000 subscribers.

New Kids on the Blockchain – Youtube Channel

You’ve heard of a block chain, but what about a block movie? This is the premise of New Kids on the Blockchain, a satirical comedy series from crypto-enthusiasts Michael and Moe Fotland, which has been taking the crypto-community by storm. The series follows the lives of a group of blockchain-based characters as they deal with the ups and downs of everyday life. The show is funny, absurd, and, above all, lighthearted. Michael and Moe, the show’s founders, will be joining us to talk about their channel and how it has succeeded in both attracting fans and helping them build a brand that people can relate to

As part of their latest AMA, the founders of New Kids on the Blockchain (@NNKOTB) have kicked off a fun discussion about their YouTube channel, which has garnered more than 2 million subscribers. The founders, Ray Lee (@ray_lee) and Anthony Fantano (@theneedledrop), provide a lot of insight into the decisions behind their unique approach to cryptocurrency reviews, as well as the challenges of making a living as a YouTube creator.

The New Kids on the Blockchain (theNKOTB) is a YouTube channel that features tech product reviews, cryptocurrency tutorials and general geekery. It covers a lot of ground, but you’d be forgiven for not knowing about it until now, given that it only has ~15k subscribers. That’s (unfortunately) not enough to get it featured on YouTube’s homepage, so we sat down with the two main stars to find out how they’re going to do well enough to get noticed by the platform’s big players.