In six positions, seven men are considered the richest of the cryptomites today.
With the recent institutional adoption to Bitcoin, several people became billionaires with cryptomeda. In a survey last Monday (11), Forbes revealed the main billionaires and millionaires of digital currency.
The richest in Bitcoin would be Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of cryptomime. However, as Satoshi disappeared and never moved his mountain of coins again, his fortune may never be used and is now considered „lost“.
Recently a wide range of companies have bet on Bitcoin as a store of value. This move has caught the attention of the whole world, leading the currency to exceed the maximum quotation of $ 41,000.
With the price of the Bitcoin surpassing important marks, Forbes has raised who are the richest of the cryptomoins.
Forbes reveals Bitcoin and Ethereum millionaires and billionaires
Forbes magazine is one of the references in following the life and history of billionaires around the world. On its website, for example, you can see in real time who the richest men in the world are.
In the Real Time Bilionaires Forbes tool, the richest in the world is Elon Musk, founder and CEO of Tesla and SpaceX.
As a reference in accompanying these people, Forbes has released a survey linked to the cryptomoeda market. According to the study, the seven richest men in Bitcoin today would have over $5 billion.
In sixth place in the ranking appears the founder of Ethereum cryptomoeda, Vitalik Buterin, the second most valuable cryptomoeda on the market today.
Vitalik has an estimated fortune of 33,000 ethers, about $360 million.
In fifth position, possibly accumulating Ethereum and Bitcoin, Mike Novogratz, CEO of Galaxy Investment Partners, appears on the Forbes list. Mike would have an estimated net worth of cryptomorphs of $478 million.
In fourth position Forbes said that Michael Saylor, CEO of MicroStrategy, is a Bitcoin millionaire. With an estimated Bitcoin fortune of $600 million, Michael does not believe in alternative cryptomorphs and is one of the participants in the recent Bitcoin institutional adoption movement.
4 billionaires in Bitcoin
In third place comes Tim Draper, a major US venture capitalist with a fortune of $1.1 billion in Bitcoin.
In second place then comes Matthew Roszak, who Forbes has claimed to own $1.2 billion in Bitcoin.
He bought the digital currency in 2012, and today he is an entrepreneur and owner of bloq, a startup that creates blockchain applications for businesses.
Bitcoin’s richest are the twin brothers Winklevoss, who were the first billionaires in digital currency.
Winklevoss twin brothers
twin brothers Winklevoss
According to Forbes, brothers Cameron and Tyler would have $2.8 billion today, with $1.4 billion for each of the twins.
Together or separately, they would be the richest men in Bitcoin to publicly declare the estate.