Fortune magazine has created a cryptocurrency version of their rankings 40 under 40, which included the leaders of the “financial revolution” that promotes cryptocurrencies and other solutions based on the technology of the distributed registry.
A list of The Ledger’s 40 under 40 was headed by CEO of the American stock exchange Coinbase Brian Armstrong, who, according to Fortune, derived from the highly specialized cryptocurrency framework. Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin took second place.
In third place is the co-founder of the Chinese mining company Bitmain, estimated at $12 billion, Jihan Wu. Among other things, the editors of Fortune pointed out that Wu supports Bitcoin Cash and interested in stablename.
The list also included cryptomnesia, who previously held positions in the realm of traditional Finance. So, the former head of the blockchain program JPMorgan Chase amber Baldet got on the eighth place ranking as co-founder of blockchain startup Clovyr and head of platform development Quorum. Baldet recently joined the Board of Directors of a nonprofit organization zcash for Foundation.
Christine, My Bolded replaced at the head of the blockchain-the software JPMorgan, took eighteenth place. On the 6th and the 20th positions were representatives of Goldman Sachs Rana Yared, and Justin Schmidt, to help promote bitcoin on wall street.
In addition, the list included the Winklevoss brothers (8 th place), the main supporter of Cash Bitcoin Roger Ver (36th place), technical Director of Block.One Dan Larimer (12th place) and CEO of Bitstamp, NEIC Kodric (29th place).
ForkLog previously reported that six members of kriptonyte was included in the original version of 40 under 40. So, the CEO and President of IT company Stripe, Patrick and John Collison took the 17th place (the fourth place in triptoreline), Brian Armstrong — 20th, and he Buterin — 22-E. 24-th place is the co-founder of cryptocurrency trading app Robinhood Vlad Tenev and Baiju Bhatt (fifth in triptoreline). The founder of the messenger Telegram and the blockchain platform TON Pavel Durov took 25th place (10th place in triptoreline).