Every year, Crypto Weekly publishes a comprehensive report on 100 most influential people in the crypto industry. However, this year as well, the platform released the name of top industry players “who have been making waves in the community over the past year”.

As per the report, the top 10 individuals out of the 100 most influential people in Crypto are Changpeng Zhao, CEO of Binance Crypto Exchange; Brian Armstrong, CEO of Coinbase Exchange; Vitalik Buterin, Co-founder of Ethereum; Tyler Winklevoss, co-founder and CEO of Gemini Exchange; Brad Garlinghouse, CEO of Ripple; Roger Ver, adherent of Bitcoin Cash; Barry Silbert, CEO of the Digital Currency Group; Jihan Wu, Co-founder of Bitmain; Michael Novogratz, CEO of Galaxy Investment Partners; Adam Back, CEO of Blockstream. 

Quoting the CryptoWeekly’s tweet of 100 most influential people in Crypto, Binance CEO wrote; 

Wow, truly honored to be on the list. And No.1?! There are many strong influencers and educators on the list. Being an exchange operator, I (usually) try to stay neutral and not influence people. Let’s work together to push the industry forward.

The comprehensive list also includes Gemini Exchange’s Cameron Winklevoss on 12th spot; Joseph Lubin, the co-founder of Ethereum; Charlie Lee, Creator of Litecoin. Interestingly, it also added the self-claimed Satoshi Nakamoto, Dr. Craig S Wright on the 20th spot. Other most famous personalities in a list are bitcoin bull John McAfee who has recently launched a new decentralized crypto exchange on his name “McAfee DEX”, Telegram’s Pavel Durov; Stellar’s founder and former CTO of Ripple, Jed McCaleb; Kraken’s Jesse Powell; BitMEX’s Arthur Hayes; Tron’s Justin Sun; Morgan Creek Digital Assets’s Anthony Pompliano, Venture Capitalist Tim Draper, Circle’s Jeremy Allaire; Famous Author Andreas M. Antonopoulos; CNBC’s CryptoTrader TV show host Ran NeuNer. 

Most Influential Women in Crypto 

Although there’s no female crypto personality listed under the top 10 rank – the list does count a couple of influential women’s names in the crypto industry. 

It mentioned Elizabeth Stark, the CEO of Lightning Labs at 22nd spot; Laura Shin, Forbes’s senior editor for crypto can be spotted at 29th position; Kathryn Haun, General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz at 30th position; Arianna Simpson, Managing Director and Founder of crypto hedge fund Autonomous Partners; Tricia Martinez, founder and CEO of Wala; Blythe Masters, CEO of Digital Asset Holdings; Connie Gallippi, the Executive Director at BitGive; Linda Xie, the co-founder and Managing Director of Scalar Capital; Jill Carlson, Crypto Consultant at Juno consulting firm; Meltem Demirors, Crypto investor and advisor; Carolyn Reckhow, Head of operations and client services at Casa; Catherine Coley, CEO of Binance US; Elizabeth McCauley, freelance Business Development and marketing consultant; Preethi Kasireddy, founder and CEO of TruStory. 


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