Last night, the Greek people made their feelings known: they won't accept further austerity.
But what's going to happen next? And when will we find out? There's only one way to make sense of this whole mess - and that's in 140-character chunks. We've got the full cast of characters listed here.
In the Greek corner
1. Alexis Tsipras - @tsipras_eu
The Greek Prime Minister has been surprisingly vocal on Twitter throughout the negotiation process - and, handily, there's an English language version of his Twitter account. Follow Tsipras and you'll have a front-row seat for his frequent, impassioned rants.
2. Euclid Tsakalatos - @tsakalatos
At the time of writing, Tsakalatos was tipped to be handed the role of Greece's next finance minister - but even if he isn't given the job, he's an essential one to follow, dubbed "Greece's secret weapon" in negotiations. The only drawback? All his tweets are in Greek - so have Google Translate at the ready.
He may be out as finance minister, but don't expect outspoken economist Varoufakis to stop tweeting about the negotiations.
In the European corner
1. Jeroen Dijsselbloem - @J_Dijsselbloem
Don't be fooled by the mild-mannered appearance of the Dutch finance minister and president of the Eurogroup of Eurozone finance ministers. He's been known to take a hard line in negotiations - and can be just as hard on Twitter.
2. Margaritis Schinas - @MargSchinas
Alright, so tweets from the European Commission's chief spokesman aren't always easy to follow, given his habit of tweeting in several languages (including lots of Greek) - but he's got all the latest updates from inside the negotiations.
3. Pierre Moscovici - @pierremoscovici
The former French finance minister and European Commissioner for economic and financial affairs, taxation and customs is another one for the translation software, as he mainly tweets in French - but well worth following, if only for the awkward pre-summit photos of various European leaders...
1. Maxime Sbaihi - @MxSba
The Bloomberg economist describes himself as a "Frenchman in London", so brings a European perspective to his reflections.
2. Stephanie Kelton - @StephanieKelton
The US Senate Budget Committee's chief economist has maintained a light-hearted take on the situation over the past couple of days.
1. Yannis Koutsomitis - @YanniKouts
Based between Athens, Berlin and Brussels, Koutsomitis has a unique take on the negotiations.
2. The Greek Analyst - @GreekAnalyst
This anonymous analyst has up-to-the minute updates, plus a Greek's eye view of what's happening
3. Brenda Kelly - @Brenda_Kelly
London Capital Group's head analyst will keep you up to date on the markets' reaction to gossip coming out of the talk.
4. Louise Cooper - @Louiseaileen70
The independent analyst will keep you up to date on what's going on - and what economists and analysts make of the situation.