Think Nobel Prize. Think Academy Awards. Think All Stars (any sport) and Grammy Awards and on and on and on. Well, check here to see if YOU made Crypto Weekly’s list of the top 100 most influential folks in crypto……..2019 edition. Odds are if you are over, say 35 years old, you probably did not make the list. Or probably don’t even care. Once again, look ahead and remember these folks. They are GOOD. Here’s the list…
Bill Taylor/Fintek Capital
“With more than $14B in funding raised from ICOs alone this year, 2018 has been another record year for the blockchain and crypto industry – and these 100 individuals are leading the way in transforming the way people buy, sell, and invest crypto around the world.
It’s been a rollercoaster year for the industry too, but despite the volatility in the markets, here at CryptoWeekly we remain bullish on the technology’s long-term prospects – particularly given the number of exciting new innovations and projects launched this year.
We looked at hundreds of people involved in crypto around the world, and have filed this down to the top 100 individuals that have been making waves in the community over the past year….
1) Changpeng Zhao
CZ is the founder and CEO of Binance, presently the world’s fastest-growing crypto exchange.
2) Brian Armstrong
Brian is the co-founder and CEO of Coinbase, one of the largest crypto exchanges in the world that also happens to offer a wide range of products and services for institutional investors.
3) Vitalik Buterin
Vitalik is known as the godfather of Ethereum, and he’s one of the key programmer’s that’s driving development of the platform forward.
4) Tyler Winklevoss
Tyler is the Principal of Winklevoss Capital and co-founder and CEO of Gemini, a next-generation digital asset exchange.
5) Brad Garlinghouse
Brad is now the CEO of crypto payments startup Ripple, which launched its xCurrent international payment protocol earlier this year.
6) Roger Ver
Roger was one of the earlier investors in the first crop of Bitcoin startups…”