The top NFT influencers on Instagram are partly famous for their skill in analyzing, building, or curating NFT content and pieces, but they also stand out in their ability to educate their peers. Some of these influencers are analytical and tell us where they think certain NFT projects will go, while others educate the general public about what makes an NFT good, from an artistic or technical point of view. All in all, what makes these NFT Influencers on Instagram so great is their ability to educate others in their space through entertaining content.
1. Jason Brown @jbrown
Jason Brown is often called the “powerhouse “ of the Crypto hemisphere. Starting off being in $70K debt, Jason found his way into the NFT and Web3 space as an educator. Today, Jason is regarded as one of the top 5 digital marketers in direct sales globally. He has been awarded the GoPro Million Dollar Hall of Fame award and owns 2 Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs. This NFT Influencer on Instagram is known for his self-help advice and NFT educational content.
- Followers: 409.8K
- Average Likes Per Post: 853
- Average Comments Per Post: 43
- Engagement Rate: .21%
Matt Medved is the jack of all trades, dabbling in journalism, entrepreneurship, DJing, and record production. He is the co-founder of the company NFT Now and focuses on covering the NFT sphere. According to Yahoo! Finance, he is regarded as one of the top ten most influential figures in the NFT space.
- Followers: 87.4K
- Average Likes Per Post: 1.3K
- Average Comments Per Post: 113
- Engagement Rate: 1.48
Elliot Wainman started his career by working at TikTokLabs, to develop a game app for musical learning. At TikTokLabs he would create a language-learning puzzle game called Potok. As of now, Elliot Wainman is known for his YouTube channel ElliotTradesCrypto, as well as being the founder of SuperFarms, a website for launching and farming NFTs.
- Followers: 502.9K
- Average Likes Per Post: 1.9K
- Average Comments Per Post: 28
- Engagement Rate: .38%
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Mateen Soudgar started his career as a civil engineer. His initial plan involved becoming a franchisee of a mobile phone telecom company called Crazy John’s. Unfortunately for Mateen, it was bought out by Vodaphone. Mateen would spend the next couple of years working on different online hustles. Along the way, he discovered the importance of marketing in starting a business and the NFT space. Mateen now spends his time analyzing different NFTs, trends, and NFT creators to educate his audience on how to become successful.
- Followers: 297.7K
- Average Likes Per Post: 1.2K
- Engagement Rate: .41%
5. Farokh Sarmad @farokh
Farokh has found great success in the NFT sphere. In 2017, Forbes listed him on their list of the top 15 Instagram influencers. Farokh additionally started his own social media agency and garnered over 150 million followers.
His success has largely been fueled by his support of Clubhouse during the 2021 NFT boom, where he would be in a room with a different celebrity almost every night.
- Followers: 228.6K
- Average Likes Per Post: 2.1K
- Average Comments Per Post: 168
- Engagement Rate: .91%
Gmoney has become one of the biggest influencers in the NFT sphere, despite his anonymity. Gmoney is known for his purchase of CryptoPunk NFT for $170,000(140ETH). As a former Equities trader, Gmoney spends his time analyzing the NFT sphere and interviewing other NFT influencers and celebrities.
- Followers: 51K
- Average Likes Per Post: 290
- Average Comments Per Post: 24
- Engagement Rate: .57%
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Overview: Richerd Chan is known in the Crypto Sphere as both an analyst and an NFT art connoisseur. In addition to being an NFT influencer, he is also the founder of Manifold.xyz, a company that deals primarily with creating infrastructure that deals with the NFT smart contracts.
- Followers: 309.4K
- Average Likes Per Post: 945
- Engagement Rate: .31%
An artist at her core, Pranksy treats NFTs as an art connoisseur might look at museum art. In her posts, you see her analysis of form, color, medium, and context. The NFTs that she covers range from abstract water paintings to political photography. Within this list, Pranksy stands out as being solely interested in NFTs as an evolution in art ownership, rather than the traditional approach to NFTs as a financial asset.
- Followers: 23.3K
- Average Likes Per Post: 726
- Average Comments Per Post: 25
- Engagement Rate: 3.11
9. Gary Vaynerchuk @garyvee
Gary Vaynerchuk has been a big force in the online hustle and marketing space. At this point in time, he has expanded into the NFT sphere and even opened up the world’s first NFT restaurant. This influencer is known for his motto, “Content, Content, Content,” and pushes people to create content for whatever business they work in.
- Followers: 10.1M
- Average Likes Per Post: 79.9K
- Average Comments Per Post: 1.8K
- Engagement Rate: .79%
Everyone knows Snoop Dogg from his musical career, acting, and his ardent support for cannabis. However, in recent years he has become a leader in the NFT movement. Snoop Dogg has built Snoopverse in The Sandbox, leading one investor to spend $450,000 for a plot of land. In addition to this, Snoop is planning to convert Death Row Records into the world’s leading NFT record company.
- Followers: 77.2K
- Average Likes Per Post: 231.3K
- Average Comments Per Post: 3.8K
- Engagement Rate: .30%
This article was written by Benjamin Byun