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CNBC’s Ran Neuner starts the first station for cryptocurrencies around the clock

The world’s first live streaming platform for cryptocurrencies was launched just in time for the bull market in 2021.

Ran Neuner, Moderator of Crypto Trader On CNBC, he launched the first media channel dedicated exclusively to cryptocurrencies. Nickname CryptoBanter, The station offers a combination of news, opinions, interviews and live discussions with industry leaders.

CryptoBanter is said to be the world’s first streaming platform for cryptocurrencies that is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

CNBC’s Ran Neuner starts the first station for cryptocurrencies around the clock
CNBC’s Ran Neuner starts the first station for cryptocurrencies around the clock

The new service is designed to provide viewers an alternative source of “living and reliable information” which you can access at any time without having to go through “Crypto Twitter”.

In one exclusive press release Provided to Cointelegraph, New said:

“Banter was designed to bring Crypto Twitter and Telegram jokes to a credible and moderate audiovisual medium. It was designed to filter out noise and bring information that people can share onto a live streaming medium.”

CryptoBanter describes itself as a cross between CNBC, The Joe Rogan Experience and Talk Radio. Live broadcast is available on YouTube and soon via the future CryptoBanter mobile app.

By Crypto Trader, Neuner has been informing the public about cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology for several years. Interestingly, Neuner’s first guest was Cointelegraph weekend editor Andrew Thurman.

Neuner also moderated the 2019 debate between Bitcoin (BTC) critic Peter Schiff and Anthony Pompliano. At the time, Bitcoin was priced below $ 10,000. The flagship cryptocurrency hit over $ 18,800 last week. 420% more since Schiff accidentally canceled the fund in March of this year.

Although the needle used to measure cryptocurrency adoption has apparently shifted from retailers to institutional investors, a platform like CryptoBanter is banking on consumers’ growing interest in digital assets. Cointelegraph asked Neuner to take over crypto adoption in the years to come. Replied:

“While we are seeing great adoption of Bitcoin as a store of value and a haven from dollar pressures, the actual adoption of blockchain has not yet begun and will take several years.”

Added:

“(…) Right now there will be a lot of speculation about investing in this area. Money is made and lost in minutes, and timely information is key. Today there is no live broadcast (…) CryptoBanter tries to close this gap! “

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