- Cryptocurrency Academy: Cryptocurrency Academy is a group managed by Silicon Valley folks who eat & breathe blockchain technology. If you are looking for 360 information about blockchain technology, something that goes beyond Trading talks, this group is for you. They share links to interesting ICO's, livestreams to various conferences they attend, crypto articles and more. The group Admin, Ben Yu is the CEO of StreamToken,a content creation token meant to enable creators to earn100% profit from their video content. So needless to say, this is a solid group which won't get your feed inundated with random posts.
- Crypto Gurus: This group is managed by Youtuber Tom Heavey The Groups has a diverse type of information being posted from signals, Tom's Youtube videos and interesting crypto news article. The groups has a total of 4K subscribers and is very well curated.
- Cryptoland: Captain Altcoin is the mind behind this group. Plus their resources are on FIRE 🔥🔥 I encourage you to download their Coin Research Guide which is available in their FB group. This Facebook group has 31K members and a decent amount of information. I don't find it as active as some of the other groups out there.
- Crypto Warriors: This group is filled with Crypto Traders and experts who know their stuff. If you are looking to get a hold of them rare signals, this group is for you. You will have to keep your eyes peeled for non-mainstream Alt Coin recommendations.
- Cryptocurrency Collectors Club: I had to include this group as it is one of the largest FB Cryptocurrency groups with over 78K subs. It does have a majority of Noobies so it can feel a bit chaotic at times. However, the admins work really hard to moderate the group. It's my personal favorite to get a pulse on what's going on in the Cryptocurrency community & get a good laugh. It is a very active group, so it might feel overwhelming at times, so play at your own risk…
- That Crypto Hustle FB Group: Finally, we had to mention our own group. We are the cliff note of Cryptocurrency news. We actively mine the web, other FB groups and telegram groups to get you the most relevant information. We also interview LIVE experts on a weekly basis - so you have the opportunity to ask them pressing questions you might have. Lastly, w e work really hard to interact with everyone in the group & answer everyone’s question while providing sound information we find across the web & different Crypto Groups & forums….
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