CNBC’s Ran Neuner Rolled Out World’s First Crypto-focused Live Streaming Platform

By Katelyn James | November 26, 2020
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The first crypto-focused livestreaming platform across the globe is reportedly going to be made available, in preparation for the 2021 bull market. 

Specifically, Ran Neuner, host of CNBC’s Crypto Trader show, has reportedly released the first call-in media channel, dedicated solely to digital coins. 

Going by the name “Crypto Banter”, the station reportedly comes with a wide range of news, opinions, interviews and live discussions with key players across the sector.

Crypto Banter reportedly has a primary goal of establishing itself as the first crypto-dedicated streaming platform throughout the world, which will be live 24 hours everyday, 365 days every year. 

The new service was reportedly built with a target of offering viewers with “credible, live information” –  accessible at any time, and does not require plunging too deeply into Crypto Twitter – coming from sources of a different origin.

“Banter is designed to bring the banter from Crypto Twitter and Telegram to a credible, moderated AV medium. It is designed to filter out the noise and bring information that people can trade on to a live streaming medium.”

Neuner has reportedly been an advocate in equipping the general audience with knowledge about cryptocurrency and blockchain since 2017 – when he initially rolled out Crypto Trader on CNBC. 

Despite crypto adoption has reportedly been leaning towards institutional investors more and more, a platform such as CryptoBanter can do good help in amping up the interest level from consumers in crypto assets.

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