Vitalik Buterin becomes youngest crypto billionaire of all time

Vitalik Buterin, 27-year-old co-founder of Etherum, joins the first crypto billionaire gang as Ether prices continue to rise and record the new All-Time High. Buterin is officially the youngest crypto billionaire in history and the second youngest self-made billionaire. According to CoinMarketCap, ETH is at $ 3,164.38 at the time of going to press. Ethereum's prices have risen over 320% since January 2021. It has a market value of over $ 368 billion. In terms of total market capitalization, Nestle is more valuable than the Walt Disney Company or even Bank of America. The crypto market saw unprecedented growth last year and did not see the 2021 digital gold rush decline. Find out with whom Vitalik shares the podium of top crypto billionaires. The mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto Satoshi Nakamoto published the article titled "Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Payment System" in October 2007, two months after the Bitcoin.org domain name was registered. The software, which was implemented on January 3, 2009, used what is now known as the "bitcoin Genesis block". He rewarded himself with 50 Bitcoins, and for the blockchain to work, Satoshi had to issue 50 tokens every 10 minutes until he collected 1 million tokens. This currently represents 4.8% of all circulating Bitcoin that has been intact for more than a decade in its public wallet and is ~ $ 58 billion. Brian Armstrong, managing director of Coinbase Global, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the United States, founded the company in 2012 with former currency trader Fred Ehrsam. According to Forbes, her real-time net worth is $ 11 billion. On April 14, Coinbase went public during direct listing on NASDAQ, briefly reaching a market cap of $ 100 billion. Armstrong owns a 19% stake in Coinbase; In 2020, the company generated $ 1.3 billion in revenue and $ 322 million in profit. Sam Bankman-Fried, 29-year-old from Alameda Research, Sam Bankman-Fried

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