Moving the Chain Spotlight #33: Ohmar Bam (a.k.a. Crypt0)


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Moving the Chain is an ongoing series from Blockchain WTF that shines a spotlight on folks who are making an impact in the world of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency


The ability to transmit information is essential for any community to flourish. Within the blockchain space in particular, there is one person who is helping spread the news – Ohmar Bam a.k.a. Crypt0 (that’s with a zero on the end.)

Crypt0's YouTube Channel

Crypt0’s YouTube Channel

Bam runs the popular website and the CryptO YouTube channel; the latter of which has over 107,000 subscribers. By utilizing these outlets, Bam provides abridged news from respected sources and has managed to amass a group of savvy cryptocurrency enthusiasts. And they aren’t shy about sharing their opinions in the comments section of his videos.

For those who are unfamiliar with his content, some of the Los Angeles resident’s recent videos include Bitcoin Braces For 10K Impact and The Crypt0 Minute #22 with Erik Voorhees (who was also featured in our Moving the Chain series).

Through his tireless work in creating one of the crypto communities most popular YouTube channels, keeping folks informed, and providing an outlet where others can share their opinions – Ohmar Bam is Moving the Chain.


“If I can take days to spread the word about blockchain’s potential, through perhaps a neat video about the benefits to someone/group, I’ll reach out to pretty much anyone. I had a conversation once with a dude at a bar, who was an insanely talented graphic designer at a lack for work. I referred him to “ethlance,” and showed him the potential that this ONE platform built on ethereum offered him as a way to find work and keep sovereign control/rights.”

Fun Fact

Bam got his very first computer when he was just 7 years old, and he has been addicted to tech ever since.

Check out other people making big waves in helping progress these incredible technologies in our series Moving the Chain, and for more awesome articles by Jacques Martin, check ’em out here