How long have they been in the field? What kind of education do they have? Work experience? Have they run any successful ICOs? Do they advise on any ICOs?
How many followers do they have? Where else do they write/speak? How does what they say influence the market at large?
How active are they on social? Are they one of the first to comment on breaking events? Do they respond to followers?
Do they only cover one topic/aspect or do they cover cryptocurrency and the blockchain as a whole? Are they focused on the crypto market or do they discuss finances at large?
Lubin co-founded Ethereum. In 2014, Lubin was the COO of Ethereum Switzerland GmbH (EthSuisse), an auxiliary of Ethereum. Lubin was also involved in the creation of the Ethereum Foundation, a Toronto-based non-profit organization.
While working on the Ethereum project, Lubin has simultaneously been working on ConsenSys. ConsenSys develops decentralized applications (dApps) and utilities for the next-generation decentralized web on the Ethereum platform.
Lubin is one of the most influential individuals within the crypto world. While Vitalik Buterin, gets most of the spotlight and subsequently most of the credit for Ethereum success, Lubin is also a co-founder of the third-largest public blockchain coin. The fact that Lubin is working on another project, ConsenSys, as an application to go in tandem with Ethereum’s platform.
Lubin is very active on Twitter, crypto conferences, and interviews. While his Twitter feed is loaded with pictures of himself attending conferences and such, it’s not bad to see that one of the Ethereum founders has hit the gym and spent some time out in the sun.
Lubin’s Twitter content is a good blend between his own content and general news concerning the crypto market and blockchain developments. Lubin is present at many crypto conferences and can even be spotted on television interviews (mainly CNBC).
Martin is one of the most prolific and well-known cryptocurrency traders, and is best known for hosting Coin Chat, an informative YouTube series about Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. Martin also founded (and now runs) VentureCoinist, a crypto analysis and education website that is run on a membership basis.