Forbes has compiled the first ranking of the richest members of the cryptocurrency industry
American financial and economic magazine Forbes for the first time made a list of the richest people in the cryptocurrency industry, which included 19 people.
The list is headed by Ripple Labs co-founder Chris Larsen, whose fortune is estimated at $7-8 billion.
Second place is taken by Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin. Its capital, Forbes estimated very vague — from $1 to $5 billion.
Three leaders closes the Creator of the cryptocurrency exchanges Binance, Chanpen Jao from $1.1 billion to $2 billion.
In the rankings are such prominent representatives of the industry, as brothers Winklevoss
($900 million — $1.1 billion), the CEO of Coinbase Brian Armstrong
($900 million — $1 billion), the CEO of Galaxy Digital Mike Novogratz
($700 million — $1 billion), founder of EOS Dan Larimer
($600 — 700 million), the CEO of Bitfury, Valery Vavilov
($500 — 700 million) , CEO IOHK Charles Hoskinson
($500 — 600 million), founder of Ethereum Vitalik Buterin
($400 — 500 million), venture investor Tim Draper
($350 — 500 million) and the head of Digital Currency Group is Barry Silbert
($400 — 500 million).