From CryptoWiki


"This April, for instance, Cobie sent out a series of tweets showing the signs of insider trading at major crypto exchange Coinbase. The exchange then followed up with an investigation that eventually implicated its former product manager, Ishan Wahi, who has since pleaded not guilty to insider trading charges and is next scheduled to appear in federal court on March 22, 2023.

But that’s not the only time Cobie has used his considerable influence for good. Over the summer, after Crypto YouTuber Ben Armstrong (aka BitBoy) filed a lawsuit against another YouTuber who had called out Armstrong’s questionable practice of shilling shifty projects, Cobie rallied together a legal fund for the defendant – sending in $100,000 of his own money. BitBoy later dropped the case.

With over 700,000 Twitter followers, Cobie’s has become one of the most-watched accounts. He shares useful news, validates worthwhile projects and calls out shifty behavior. His podcast regularly features crypto royalty such as Vitalik Buterin and Zooko Wilcox. While his income and crypto holdings are unknown, Cobie has gone independent as an “influencer” after working at U.K. neobank Monzo and touring as a semi-pro musician."

  • From Crypto Pragmatist (28-4-2022):

"The Twitter user formerly known as Crypto Cobain began his crypto journey while attending university in 2012 with a humble $500 investment into Bitcoin. Taking a year to fully dive into the space, 2013 saw Cobie swing trading altcoins, where he was steadily increasing his stack of BTC with profits. He refers to a lot of these trades as luck, but regardless, was focused on increasing his amount of Bitcoin at first, quickly flipping altcoin profits back into $BTC. Cobie claimed that he would trade based on a “feel” for the market, simply looking to see if it seemed like the market had gotten ahead of itself. In either case, he would sell and take some profits, or enter back into a position, aiming to be within 15% of the top or bottom.

Cobie’s total net worth is not publicly known, but in 2020 he stated that his (volatile asset) crypto portfolio will only be 5% of his total net worth going forwards (although his thinking may have changed since then).

And here's what his (rumored) wallet looks like right now."

Screenshot Cobie wallet.png

  • From Obpedia (probably on 2021):

"According to what appears to be Jordan “Cobie” Fish’s LinkedIn profile, Cobie has worked at Monzo Bank for a little over 3 years (from August 2017 to September 2020), starting as a Product Manager, Growth, and ending as Director of Product.

Prior to Monzo, Cobie has served as Head of Technology at CYOA (January 2013 – April 2015) and Head of Growth for (April 2015 – August 2017).

Fish’s LinkedIn profile also states that he graduated from the University of Bristol in 2013 with a degree in Computer Science."