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Whether you are an NFT veteran or completely new to the NFT space, it can be daunting to keep track of all the latest developments in the industry. After all, it is a fast-evolving sector that sees dramatic changes in the blink of an eye. Not to mention all the new projects dropping every day. Well, here’s the good news—there are plenty of amazing NFT podcasts that can help you stay atop all the trending news (and maybe even the drama *wink wink*).
More importantly, NFT podcasts are also highly educational. Several NFT enthusiasts have launched podcasts to help others easily navigate the space. These podcasts cover everything from the basics to the tech behind the digital assets.
Want to know how to create or sell an NFT? Or maybe how to earn with NFTs or the best projects to invest in? The podcasts cover all these and more! Besides, podcasts are also a great means to learn the ropes straight from industry leaders, NFT influencers, and collectors. 
Amid a slew of NFT podcasts in the market, we have curated a list of the top 10 best podcasts for NFT alpha (aka intel)!
Two Bored Apes is one of the best NFT podcasts to get insights on the most popular NFT projects in the space. Launched in August 2021, the podcast is hosted by friends Jaime and Roy, popularly known as Jaime Musings and Zeneca. The two mostly discuss recent developments in the NFT space or host Twitter Q & As. In a nutshell, the podcast is fun yet informative. The duo releases new episodes every few days and has released a total of 35 episodes to date. 
While ​​Jaime is an artist and NFT collector, Zeneca is a popular NFT influencer and advisor. Actually, Zeneca has dropped his own NFT, called “ZenAcademy”, which functions as a membership to his private Discord server. The community aims to encourage each other to share, create, and build.  Last month, he also donated 11.11 ETH to support Ukraine on behalf of ZenAcademy. More recently, he launched an NFT course on ‘How to launch an NFT project’ to raise money for war-torn Ukraine.
The Edge Of NFT podcast explores both the business and human elements of NFTs. It is at once fun and shares insights about the technical sides of the industry. Moreover, co-hosts Eathan Janney, Jeff Kelley, and Josh Kriger interview many industry leaders in the space for an in-depth discussion on the developments in the NFT scene. Their notable guests include American DJ Steve Aoki, Splinterlands’ Reich, The Sandbox co-founder Sébastien Borget, Solana’s Matt Sorg, and many more. 
“Our primary goal is to support, nourish, and co-create this ecosystem, which we so deeply believe in,” Kriger said last year. So far, the team has published nearly 120 episodes. 
A part of the dGEN Network, a media firm that publishes several crypto and NFT podcasts, NFT Catcher is hosted by Jennifer Sutto (or JennyFromTheBlockchain) and Michael Keen. The podcast primarily focuses on “market dynamics” and “turning a profit”. The duo also discusses trending NFT news, the latest project drops, and more.
Besides, they have had several guests including xtremetom from Cool Cats, award-winning photographer John Knopf, and Psychedelics Anonymous’ founder Voltura.eth, among others. The podcast is suitable for both NFT veterans and newcomers. 
No NFT podcast list is complete without mentioning The Nifty Show—the world’s first NFT podcast. Launched in mid-2020, the podcast is hosted by Joel Comm and Travis Wright.  Together, the two discuss the latest NFT projects, collectibles, blockchain gaming, and more. Actually, they discuss everything from Crypto Kitties and NBA Top Shot to Blockchain Heroes. 
Comm and Wright have also interviewed some of the top industry leaders in the NFT space, including those from Alien Worlds, Animoca Brands, Cryptokitties, and OpenSea. To date, the podcast has aired nearly 150 episodes, with Nifty news airing every Tuesday. Besides, every Thursday at 5 pm EST, they host the Live Interview Show.
The Mint Condition is another hit NFT podcast from dGEN Network. The weekly podcast reviews the latest news and trends in everything from NFT gaming to metaverses and digital art. Hosted by Chamber, Bunchu, and Dez, the podcast focuses on market trends, the latest news, new projects, and their personal NFT journey. Moreover, they often interview some of the movers and shakers in the space.
They have also released some educative episodes on topics such as creating NFT projects with Ether cards, flipping NFTs, NFT tools, and more. If you’re looking for a light-hearted yet insightful podcast (with lots of laughter), The Mint Condition is for you! 
If you are new to the NFT space and have no idea how to go about it, then NFTs for newbies is perfect for you. Hosted by two NFT newbies themselves, Heather Parady and Rich Cardona, the podcast takes you through all the basics, sans all the tech jargon. Actually, the hosts come with a wealth of experience recording podcasts on mental health, leadership, and entrepreneurship. 
No idea what NFTs are, how to buy/sell NFTs, where to find the best ones, and so on? The NFTs for Newbies podcast answers it all for you! What’s more, the hosts have introduced several experts in their episodes, including Dead Heads NFT co-founder Tempo, Futur CEO Chris Do, World of Women’s Yam Karkai and Raphaël Malavielle, and baseball player Kevin Smith. 
Venture capitalist Andrew Steinwold discusses the metaverse, NFTs, blockchain games, and more in the Zima Red podcast. So far, the podcast has released over 100 episodes, covering some important topics such as play-to-earn gaming, fractionalising NFTs, P2E guilds, and building Web3 startups, among others.
Moreover, Steinwold has featured several guests on his podcasts, including Fractional founder Andy, OG NFT artist Sarah Meyohas, NFTX founder Alex Gausman, and many more. All things considered, Zima Red is a great podcast to get insight into niche NFT topics straight from the industry experts. 
NFT365 is a daily NFT podcast suitable for both NFT veterans and newbies. Apparently, it is the first-ever daily NFT podcast that also buys an NFT daily. It is hosted by Brian Fanzo, a digital futurist, keynote speaker, and Web3 visionary. The podcast focuses on educational episodes, the latest news, Web3, metaverse, creator coins, and cryptocurrency trends.
NFT365 podcast also features exclusive interviews with some of the top leaders in the space. Dapper Labs’ Mack Flavelle, OG NFT artist Matt Szczur, and Some.Place CEO, Lana Hopkins are some of the guests who have appeared on the show.
Hosted by Carly Reilly, Overpriced JPEGs is a relatively new podcast on NFTs and the metaverse. Sponsored by Bankless, the podcast features creators and founders in the NFT space. Some of the featured guests include nft42 founder Jimmy McNelis, Rug Radio founder, Farokh, and Twitch co-founder Justin Kan. Actually, Reilly recently introduced a segment—A Moment of Zen(eca)—where Zeneca talks about new projects, breaking news, and the NFT market in general. 
Overpriced JPEGs is a good choice to learn the latest news, market trends, and weekly recaps. According to the podcast, it is the “best way to get the latest NFT and metaverse news and interviews with the people shaping our future.”
The First Mint is an NFT podcast from a team of NFT experts and enthusiasts. The members of the podcast team describe themselves as “passionate day-one NFT adopters”. With their expert knowledge, the team gives an in-depth analysis on everything from trending NFT topics to collecting NBA Top Shots to NFT taxes, metaverse, NFL, and more.
The First Mint is especially a great choice for NBA Top Shot fans as they have aired several episodes on the hit sports collectible. In addition, some of the top collectors in the space have also joined several episodes as guests.
All in all, you have plenty of choices when it comes to NFT podcasts. Whether you are a fan of light-hearted banter or serious analysis and discussions, there is something for everyone! Of course, our list is in no way exhaustive and there are plenty of other podcasts that you can check out. Some other popular ones include NFT talk show by Tori Payne, NonFunGerbils, and the Unchained Podcast by Laura Shin.
All investment/financial opinions expressed by are not recommendations.
This article is educational material.
As always, make your own research prior to making any kind of investment.
Reethu Ravi is a journalist based in India, covering environment, sustainability, tech and innovation. When not found between the pages of a book, she can be seen catching up on the latest developments in the tech world. A naval architect-turned journalist, she loves bringing stories of change and innovation to the limelight.

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