30 Best Twitter Accounts for Web3 Developers to Follow 
Twitter is the best place for anyone new to Web3 to get started and dive deeper into the blockchain development ecosystem. Some of the best founders, developers, educators, and investors openly share their work and ideas making it easier than ever to learn and grow in Web3. While there are a ton of great accounts to follow on Twitter for any Web3 developer, here are some of the best Web3 Twitter accounts whose tweets you don’t want to miss.
Best Web3 Founders & Developers to Follow on Twitter
Founders and developers are some of the best people for Web3 developers to follow on Twitter because of their experience building and scaling blockchain applications.
1. Vitalik Buterin
Vitalik is the co-founder of Ethereum and and influential thought leader in the Web3 development space. His tweets are filled with gems where he shares his vision for Ethereum and effortlessly articulates complex ideas and the underlying technology.
2. Gavin Wood
Gavin is a co-founder of Ethereum. He’s also active on the Polkadot project, an open-source project focused on blockchain interoperability. Gavin is also the founder and CTO of Parity, a blockchain infrastructure company with Ethereum-based products.
3. Anatoly Yakovenko
Anatoly is the co-founder of Solana, one of the most popular monolithic, Layer 1 blockchains, which promises cheap transactions, high throughput, and extremely fast settlement times. Anatoly spent a majority of his career at Qualcomm and tweets about ongoing development updates about the Solana ecosystem.
4. Péter Szilágyi
Péter is the team lead at Ethereum, and is a go-to source of insights about the latest updates and developments in the Ethereum ecosystem. For independent stakers, validators, and network participants running Ethereum infrastructure, Péter is a must-follow Twitter account.
5. Tim Beiko
Tim Beiko is a core Ethereum developer who leads many of the major Ethereum upgrades including Ethereum’s upcoming merge to a Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism. Ethereum builders should follow Tim for the latest information regarding The Merge.
6. Evan Van Ness
Evan is the founder of the “Week in Ethereum News” newsletter and website which is a curated list of all the most important news, updates, proposals, and developer content that is relevant to builders and users in the Ethereum ecosystem.
7. Georgios Konstantopoulos
Georgios is the CTO and a Research Partner focused on Paradigm’s portfolio companies and research into open-source protocols. Georgios tweets about the intersection of cryptocurrency security, scalability, and interoperability.
8. Brendan Eich
Best Web3 Educators & Advocates to Follow on Twitter
The best educators and developer advocates create and share amazing content and actively engage with the Web3 community on Twitter making them the perfect people to follow.
9. Patrick Collins
Patrick is helping build Chainlink Labs as a Blockchain Engineer and Developer Advocate. He consistently creates amazing free content including full courses introducing developers to all the core concepts related to blockchain, smart contracts, Solidity, ERC20s, full-stack Web3 dApps, DeFi, and more. Patrick’s Twitter account is a must-follow regardless of your level of experience in coding or Web3 as he communicates ideas in ways that connect with everyone.
10. Vitto Rivabella
Vitto is a developer advocate at Alchemy, a blockchain developer platform focused on making blockchain development easy. Vitto’s Twitter is filled with the best Web3 to get started in blockchain and Web3 development.
11. Austin Griffith
Austin works at the Ethereum Foundation, focusing on developer onboarding, mentoring, and tooling. His projects have explored the possibilities of Ethereum and he continues to build, teach, and bring new developers into Web3. His tweets are essential for anyone that wants to quickly learn the ropes of Ethereum development.
12. Albert Hu
Albert is a developer advocate at Alchemy. He loves exploring and teaching Web3 and blockchain tech. Alchemy is one of the best developers platforms, and there’s no better way to get started than learning from Albert and his team’s documentation. Follow him to learn about how to help build and scale your dApps.
13. Ivan Liljeqvist
Ivan created his Youtube channel to help break down complex topics in Web3 and make them easy for anyone to understand. His informative but simple explanations are perfect for anyone new to the space, and he has amassed nearly half a million subscribers.
14. Preethi Kasireddy
Preethi worked at Goldman Sachs, A16Z, and Coinbase before starting DappCamp which teaches participants to architect, deploy, and scale dApps on Ethereum. Her account is an excellent follow for anyone looking to learn about building their first dApp.
15. Elan Halpern
Elan Halpern works on developer experience at Alchemy, the world's leading blockchain developer platform. She is also the co-founder of We3, helping to build a network to bring more women and non-binary professionals in the industry. Her tweets cut through the overwhelming clutter and jargon to make the space more accessible to anyone that wants to learn to build.
16. Nader Dabit
Nader has had a diverse career, working as a web developer, mobile developer, and AWS cloud developer before transitioning to Web3. He is now the Director of Developer Relations at Aaveaave & Lensprotocol and previously worked as a Developer Relations Engineer at Edge & Node, the team behind the Graph Protocol.
Nader has written several free developer guides for those interested in Web3, including The Complete Guide to Full-Stack Web3 Development, The Complete Guide to Full-Stack Ethereum Development, and The Complete Guide to Full-Stack Solana Development.
17. Oliver Jumpertz
Olivier is a Web 3 developer that creates engaging content, exploring everything from blockchains to projects, from crypto to NFTs. His tweets cover everything from understanding the blockchain to practical advice on landing your first job in Web3.
18. Suhail Kakar
Suhail is a great person to follow for any developer interested in transitioning into Web3. He tweets daily about web development, useful tips, and how to get started in the space. His threads can help you find new projects, development resources, and useful tips.
Best Web3 Resources on Twitter
While getting into Web3 might seem intimidating, there are supportive communities on Twitter, connecting like-minded people with resources to get started learning and building.
19. Developer DAO
Developer DAO is a community of builders who believe in collective ownership of the internet. The community allows you to access many different projects spanning from creating educational content to developer conversations and real-life meetups.
20. Web3 University
Web3 University has curated articles to learn about blockchain development. Web3 University has over 100k+ students since it launched 3 months ago and this account is a great way to learn everything you need to know about Web3 from a variety of experts.
Buildspace is a platform for developers to learn about Web3 through projects. This community of Web3 developers comes together on Twitter to learn and build.
22. Alchemy Platform
Alchemy is a developer platform that empowers companies to build scalable and reliable decentralized applications without the hassle of managing blockchain infrastructure in-house.
23. Smart Contract Programmer
This Twitter account and their Youtube channel provide extensive free resources about smart contracts on open decentralized blockchains. It’s an ideal starting place for anyone from those just trying to figure out what a smart contract is, to those looking to keep up to date on innovations in smart contract programming, security, and applications.
LearnWeb3 offers different tracks for developers learning about Web3. Their Twitter is a great place to find resources, connect, and learn alongside new friends.
Best Web3 Investors to Follow on Twitter
Following the best Web3 investors on Twitter is a great way to learn more about the startup landscape, industry trends, and where venture capital dollars are heading.
25. Paul Veradittakit
Paul is a partner at Pantera Capital, the first U.S. institutional asset manager focused exclusively on blockchain technology. His passion for the application of blockchain to achieve transparency, efficiency, and cost savings informs his advisory roles for the likes of Alchemy, Blockfolio, and Staked, while his Twitter provides valuable insights on what’s to come.
26. Balaji Srinivasan
Balaji is the former CTO of Coinbase and General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz. He is an early investor in a long list of notable companies and protocols in the space, including Alchemy, Ava Labs, Bitcoin, Cameo, Chainlink, Solana, XMTP, and many more. Balaji is quick to share exciting ideas about what the future might look like, making him a great account to follow for anyone thinking of what they might develop on Web3.
27. Chris Dixon
Chris Dixon has been a General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz since 2012 and founded and leads a16z Crypto, which invests in Web3 across multiple funds. Follow Chris to read about the companies he’s investing in and how the space is evolving.
28. Fred Ersham
Fred co-founded Coinbase in 2012 alongside Brian Armstrong to provide crypto enthusiasts with an effective trading platform. He was President of Coinbase until 2017, helping grow the company into the largest cryptocurrency market. Then he co-founded Paradigm, a Web3 investment firm that closed the largest ever crypto VC fund in November of 2021. Follow Fred for insights on everything from surviving crypto cycles to the future of NFTs.
29. Katherine Wu
Katherine is a venture partner at Archetype, leading early-stage investments in Web3. She advocates for a decentralized future driven by greater inclusivity by way of education, using her Twitter as one means of doing so. As the first Research Fellow at the Crypto Council for Innovation, her tweets also provide an informed perspective on US government regulation of crypto.
30. Ali Yahya
Ali has been closely following crypto since 2010 when he discovered the Bitcoin whitepaper while working as a researcher at Stanford’s Computer Security Lab. He later worked as a software engineer at GoogleX and Google Brain before joining Andreessen Horowitz as a General Partner. In this role, he worked with numerous portfolio companies, including Dapper Labs, Flow, Compound, Avalanche, Near, Rally, and Dfinity. Ali is now a General Partner at a16zcrypto.
Additional Web3 People to Follow on Twitter
Besides the aforementioned list, here are some additional people for new web3 developers to follow on Twitter:
- @edatweets_ - web3 developer on the community & DevRel team for Helium
- @camiinthisthang - Dev Rel at Edge & Node and The Graph
- @snoopies_eth - web3 developer educator who previously worked at Coinbase, Metamask, and consensys
- @GargEtisha - YouTuber and DevRel at Arcana Network
- @solangegueiros - blockchain developer focused on Ethereum and smart contracts
- @haardikkk - web3 education helping developers break into Web3 at LearnWeb3 DAO
- @CatMcGeeCode - Cat McGee is the Dev Rel lead at Hype and works with Algorand, NEAR, and Flow
- @saminacodes - Samina is on the Developer Relations team at Third Web
- @Haezurath - Kacie Ahmed is the co-founder of LearnWeb3 DAO
- @0xNiveda - Niveda Krishnamoorthy is a Software Engineer at Alchemy working on the NFT API
While it’s easy to be overwhelmed by all the knowledge being shared by the best Web3 Twitter accounts, the best way to learn is to jump right in.
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