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Forbes includes 10 representatives of the crypto industry in the list of “30 under 30”

Forbes magazine has presented the next version of the list “30 to 30”, which, according to the publication, included the most prominent and successful personalities born after 1990. The list includes 20 categories. Entrepreneurs from the cryptocurrency space have featured in the Finance and Venture Capital categories.

The first of them was the founder of the FTX crypto derivatives exchange, Sam Bankman-Fried. The platform launches unique offers, including Bitcoin hashrate futures, US presidential prediction markets and tokenized stocks.

Also in this category was the co-founder of the CoinList platform for conducting initial token offerings, Brian Tubergen. Since launching in 2017, CoinList has helped raise over $ 800 million in projects backed by firms such as a16z, Sequoia Capital and Bain Capital Ventures.

Alexander Ligl from Layer1 Technologies became the only representative of the mining industry. Ligl’s company sets an ambitious target for concentrating 30% of the global bitcoin hashrate in the USA.

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The venture capital category includes 21-year-old Paradigm Capital partner Charlie Noyes, Pantera Capital investment director and Augur co-founder Joey Krug, and Suna Amhaz of Volt Capital. Cryptocurrency services are represented by Jack Mallers of Zap Solutions, Flori Marquez of BlockFi and Andrew Young of Authenticiti. In addition, Bitcoin developer Amity Uttarvar was included in the list..

Previously, Fortune magazine published a list of “40 to 40”, which included representatives from Binance.US, eToro, Chainalysis and Bakkt.

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