We’ve compiled a few of our favorite YouTubers who provide accurate and digestible information for whichever stage in the mining journey you’re at.
Drew Vosk has a large, established platform and audience posting videos multiple times a week. His style is direct, and his content is aimed at home mining operations drawing from his experience mining successfully for over 4 years. As a result, Voskcoin’s videos range from NFT updates, crypto scams to avoid and review of specific mining.
Best for: all-round updates in the crypto-space, advice for home mining set-ups
Space Design Warehouse
Nick Johnson approaches mining from a technical angle, with videos often filmed on a workbench as he dissects a miner. We like Nick’s approachable style and comprehensive set-up videos. Enjoy following Nick’s own trial-and-error journey as he experiments with immersion cooling, buying miners and the realities of running a mining rig where you live.
Best for: Engineering-enthusiasts and step-by-step guides to setting up a rig
Red Panda Mining
Straight to the point and tech heavy. Expect close-ups of circuit boards, the guts of miners, and relevant, comparative stats on which miners offer the best investment for your set-up and why.
Best for: Intermediate miners or advanced novices looking to level up their mining set-up or those in the research-stage looking to invest
Browse fun and dynamic reviews of everything from gaming, cameras and robotics from the LinusTechTips teams. Their multi-part ‘Mining Adventure’ series is a solid, accessible introduction to a bitcoin mining market. A great starting point to build up knowledge of a community that often seems full of the already initiated.
Best for: Complete novices and general tech enthusiasts