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December 29, 2023

Top 100 Crypto Influencers in 2023

In 2023, in an explosion of invention and ground-breaking discoveries, the cryptocurrency industry underwent a revolutionary transition. New insights emerge every day in an ever-changing ecology, stretching the bounds and redefining possibilities.

The crypto business has seen a thrilling surge of innovation and technological advancements in the last year. The field is changing at a very quick speed, from the dynamic terrain of decentralized finance (DeFi) to the revolutionary impact of non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Not only do the notable 2023 events represent significant turning points, but they also herald a new era in the bitcoin industry.

Elon Musk has spearheaded revolutionary ventures in electric vehicles with Tesla, space exploration with SpaceX, brain-computer interfaces with Neuralink, and social media with X, among others. As the co-founder and CEO of Tesla, Elon leads all product design, engineering and global manufacturing of the company's electric vehicles, battery products and solar energy products.
One of the creators of the Ethereum blockchain and the associated cryptocurrency, Ether, is Vitalik Buterin. Buterin, who was born in Russia in 1994, was raised in Canada, where he achieved academic success. Buterin's foray into cryptocurrency started in the early years of the sector, when he developed an interest in Bitcoin in 2011.
The creator and CEO of Binance, a cryptocurrency behemoth with multiple market solutions, is Changpeng Zhao. Zhao, also referred to as "CZ," was born in China in 1977.
Barry Silbert is a Maryland-born American businessman who earned a bachelor of business administration in finance from Atlanta's Goizueta Business School of Emory University in 1998. Prior to beginning his career in cryptocurrencies, he first sought a career in investment banking until selling his stock trading platform Second Market to Nasdaq in 2015.
On the Ethereum network, CryptoPunks is a collection of nonfungible tokens. The initiative was started in 2017 by the co-founders of Larva Labs, Matt Hall and John Watkinson. It started out as an experiment but ended up serving as a catalyst for the widespread use of NFTs.
An entrepreneur and software developer from Russia, Anton Bukov co-founded 1inch Network in 2019 after developing a passion for blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies.
Entrepreneur Mark Cuban is well recognized for his participation in the reality television program Shark Tank, where businesses present their goods in an effort to win finance. Among other businesses in the film and entertainment sectors, Cuban is the owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball franchise as well as the production company 2929 Productions.
Co-founding member of the Solana project and Russian computer engineer Anatoly Yakovenko. The Solana white paper was written by him. He was enamored with computers since he was five years old growing up in the Soviet Union. In order to create his own life, Yakovenko eventually relocated to the United States.
Alexandre Dreyfus is an accomplished technologist and businessman who works in entertainment and e-sports.
Balaji S. Srinivasan is an angel investor, tech founder, and WSJ bestselling author of The Network State.
Hayden Adams is a New York-based computer engineer who founded the decentralized exchange Uniswap. Adams worked as an engineer at Siemens after graduating from college, but was laid off after a year. In 2017, he discovered cryptocurrency through a Reddit post by none other than Vitalik Buterin.
Dawn Song describes herself as a serial business owner. Song is not just a co-founder and CEO of Oasis Labs, but also an electrical engineering and computer sciences professor at UC Berkeley. She has spent 15 years as a professor at UC Berkeley. Song graduated from Tsinghua University with a B.S. She also graduated with an M.S. and a Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University and UC Berkeley, respectively.
American political consultant and businessman Anthony Scaramucci is most known for his time as the White House's communications director from July 21 to July 31, 2017. He was raised in Port Washington, New York, in a lower-middle class Italian-American family. At age 11, he first entered the workforce. He attended at Tufts University after high school and earned a bachelor's degree in economics there. After that, he attended Harvard Law School, where he graduated with a doctorate in law.
The founder and CEO of Ark Invest, an investing company that administers a number of exchange-traded funds, is Cathie Wood. She is well-known in the finance community, and in 2020, Emeritus Matthew Winkler, Bloomberg's chief news editor, named her the best stock-picker of the year. In economics and finance, Wood has a bachelor of science from the University of Southern California.
Jeremy D. Allaire is an American technologist and Internet entrepreneur. He is CEO and founder of the digital currency company Circle and chairman of the board of Brightcove.
David Sacks is a well-known entrepreneur and investor, best known for his work as the founder of Yammer, a social networking platform for businesses.
Mark Zuckerberg co-founded the social-networking website Facebook out of his college dorm room at Harvard University. Zuckerberg left college after his sophomore year to concentrate on the site, the user base of which has grown to more than two billion people, making Zuckerberg a billionaire many times over. The birth of Facebook was portrayed in the 2010 film The Social Network.
Cynthia Lummis, a Republican senator from Wyoming, is one of the most ardent proponents of cryptocurrencies in Congress.
Emilie Choi is an American entrepreneur best known in crypto for her long-standing role running one of the biggest crypto exchanges, Coinbase. She joined Coinbase in early 2018 as the vice president of business and data before gradually moving up the ranks to become the exchange’s president and chief operating officer. Based in San Jose, California, Choi is an economics graduate from Johns Hopkins University and holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
The CEO of OpenSea, a well-liked center for the production and exchange of nonfungible tokens in 2021, is Devin Finzer. The Ethereum-based platform was founded in 2017 by Finzer and co-founder Alex Atallah.
World’s first investor in Bitcoin and Blockchain startups. Featured on Forbes, WSJ, NY Times, CNN, Fox, and many more. Founder of
Kristin Smith is an American businesswoman and the founding executive director of the Blockchain Association, the Washington D.C.-based trade association that is focused on blockchain and cryptocurrency issues.
Software developer Esteban Ordano and Ari Meilich launched Decentraland together before Meilich left to found Big Time Studios in April 2020. Having served as Decentraland's chief technology officer, Ordano recently resigned to take on a more consultative position as the platform transitioned to a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO). Meilich is still involved with the project as an adviser, despite his resignation. Software developers from Argentina with different backgrounds in the crypto industry are Meilich and Ordano.
Software engineer for Computer Sciences Corporation since 2010, Sandeep Nailwal is a software developer based in Delhi. He became a consultant with Deloitte in 2014, where he worked on management consulting and program management projects. Nailwal served as the Welspun Group's chief technology and supply chain officer from 2015 to 2016.
Australian-born Kain Warwick launched the stablecoin project Havven through an ICO in February 2018. Later, Havven changed its name to Synthetix and quickly gained ground to establish itself as a major force in the decentralized financial system. One of the most important decentralized financial ecosystems, the Synthetix platform is built on the Ethereum blockchain and focuses on creating and minting synthetic currency.
Co-founder and CEO of Paxos, a regulated blockchain technology company that enables businesses to exchange, hold, and tokenize assets in the cryptocurrency market, is Charles Cascarilla. The company's selection of software solutions helps with this. Cascarilla holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame and is a qualified financial analyst.
One of the co-founders of the open-world blockchain roleplaying game Illuvium is Kieran Warwick. He is Kain Warwick's brother, who founded Synthetix. Kieran has established himself as a successful serial entrepreneur, rising to the position of Australia's youngest Harvey Norman franchisee and founding the community-based food review app The Burger Collective.
Jack Dorsey is an American entrepreneur, and the co-founder and former CEO of Twitter.
Polish businessman Kris Marszalek serves as the CEO of the Singapore-based payments and cryptocurrency platform.
Italian computer scientist, professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the founder of Algorand, a proof-of-stake blockchain cryptocurrency protocol.
Hoskinson is an American entrepreneur who is a co-founder of the blockchain engineering company Input Output Global, Inc., and the Cardano blockchain platform,and was a co-founder of the Ethereum blockchain platform.
Chairman, Virtu Financial, Inc. and Co-Founder, Cornerstone Investment Capital, LLC
Michael Saylor founded business analytics software firm MicroStrategy and ran it as CEO until early August 2022, when he moved into the chairman's role.
American digital artist Michael Winkelmann, best known by his stage name Beeple, produces a wide range of artwork, including graphics, short videos, VJ loops, and works for virtual and augmented reality.
2019 saw the election of Andrew Bragg, an Australian senator for the state of New South Wales who supports cryptocurrency. He is often regarded as one of the Liberal Party's most progressive leaders in Australia.
When two aspiring authors first met in a Miami club, they never imagined that they would work together to co-found a prestigious NFT collection with a market value of billions of dollars. The collection of 10,000 edgy cartoon apes with odd features was created in 2021 and was inspired by the hardcore, punk music, and hip-hop scenes of the 1980s and 1990s.
Cobie is a well-known anonymous character on cryptocurrency Twitter and in the larger crypto community. He formerly used the Twitter account and name "Crypto Cobain," but changed them in 2021.
Adrian Zduczyk invented the social media handle and brand "Crypto Birb," according to his LinkedIn profile. Zduczyk, who is of Polish heritage, is popularly known in the cryptocurrency community as CryptoBirb or just Birb.
Andre Cronje is a talented programmer best known for developing and Keep3rV1. He has also contributed to other well-known DeFi projects, like Cream v2 and Sushiswap, among others. Cronje has been a developer for more than 20 years and is a software architect. He was requested to continue working as an instructor at the Computer Training Institute Education Group after completing a three-year computer science course in just five months. He spent more than a year there as a lecturer.
Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Accenture. Passionate about family, business and equality.
House Majority Whip, husband, father, hockey fan, and Congressman for Minnesota's 6th District.
American entrepreneur and investor Arianna Simpson is a general partner with venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz at the moment. She earned dual degrees from Pennsylvania State University's Schreyer Honors College in Spanish and international politics. When she joined Facebook in 2013, she began her career in technology early and worked in global marketing solutions.
Joe DiPasquale is the CEO of BitBull Capital, which oversees bitcoin hedge funds, and a co-founder of StartOut, a nonprofit encouraging lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer entrepreneurs in order to develop future business leaders.
Joseph Lubin attended Princeton University after attending Toronto as a child and growing up there. He began his career as a software engineer and consultant working at the nexus of cryptography, engineering, and finance, rising to the position of vice president of technology in private wealth management at Goldman Sachs before starting his own hedge fund.
Son of Russian immigrants and co-founder of Chainlink is Sergey Nazarov. Nazarov, however, is viewed by many in the crypto community as a potential contender for the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the person who invented Bitcoin.
Jordan Kruger is the CEO and Co-Founder at Vesper. Finance, the Head of DeFi atBloq, the Managing Director at Metronome Token, and a Research Fellow at the Chamber of Digital Commerce.
Tyler Winklevoss is co-founder and CEO of Gemini, a crypto platform that allows customers to buy, sell, and store digital assets such as bitcoin and ether.
American programmer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Jed is the founder and CEO of aerospace startup Vast and a co-founder and the CTO of Stellar.
Matthew Roszak is a cryptocurrency investor and cofounder and chairman of Bloq, a blockchain startup that consults on projects such as helping banks store digital assets.
With an estimated net worth of $384 million, Damien Hirst is the wealthiest visual artist currently working in the United Kingdom. Hirst rose to fame in the 1990s as a result of his involvement in numerous shows, and the U.K.'s heritage secretary referred to him as a "pioneer of the British art movement."
The Tezos Foundation was co-founded by Kathleen Breitman, a veteran of the financial industry. Two years after the initial white paper's publication in 2014, she and her husband Arthur Breitman co-founded Tezos. Breitman, a financial mathematics graduate of NYU, is presently the CEO of Dynamic Ledger Solutions, the business that created the first iteration of the Tezos platform.
Computer scientist Gavin Wood helped Vitalik Buterin and others create the first iteration of the Ethereum network in 2014. Wood, though, departed in 2016 to launch Ethcore, which creates Ethereum software for customers. Wood continues to serve as Parity Technologies' chief web officer despite the company's final name change.
American financier, hedge fund manager, and proponent of Bitcoin Mark Yusko. He is best recognized for helping to start the investment management company Morgan Creek Capital Management. His undergraduate studies in biology and chemistry were completed at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana in 1985. Later, he earned a Master of Business Administration in accounting and finance from the University of Chicago.
Ignite, a business that focuses in creating blockchain software, was once known as Tendermint, and Peng Zhong served as its CEO. The firm primarily supports the Cosmos network, which uses its own native coin, ATOM. Zhong joined Ignite as its chief design officer for the first time in 2015. He is well recognized for developing Voyager, the first Cosmos cryptocurrency wallet, later renamed Lunie.
Entrepreneur Erik Tristan Voorhees is of American and Panamanian descent. He served as the director of marketing at the BitInstant exchange, co-created the Bitcoin firm Coinapult that distributes money by SMS and email, and founded and owned a portion of the Bitcoin gaming website Satoshi Dice before selling it to an unnamed buyer in July 2013. Voorhees was stationed in Colorado before joining the Free State Project and afterwards resided in Dubai, Panama, New York City, and New Hampshire.
Michael Novogratz is a billionaire cryptocurrency investor who has been involved in the industry since at least 2013.
The Giving Block was launched in 2018 by Pat Duffy and Alex Wilson. The company serves as a contribution platform for nonprofit groups looking to raise money in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin for their various goals. Duffy and Wilson learned that cryptocurrencies were taxed in the same way as stocks when the price of Bitcoin skyrocketed in late 2017. As a result, gifts of valued cryptocurrencies given to NGOs were exempt from capital gains tax.
The Maryland-based asset management company ProShares, which introduced the first Bitcoin-linked ETF in the United States, BITO, in October 2021, is co-founded and led by Michael Sapir. Sapir, a native of Florida, also holds BA and MBA degrees from the University of Miami, as well as a law degree from Georgetown University.
A seasoned fintech professional with over ten years of experience in investing in digital assets, Meltem Demirors is from New York. She works as the chief strategy officer at CoinShares, an investment company that oversees $4 billion in digital assets, and is a crypto expert by trade.
Entrepreneur and innovator located in San Francisco is Robert Leshner. In 2017, he co-founded the DeFi platform Compound, a protocol for Ethereum money markets. Leshner holds a chartered financial analyst designation and holds an economics degree from the University of Pennsylvania.
Sebastien Borget identifies himself as a father and entrepreneur with 11 years of expertise in mobile games and 14 years of experience creating startups. He is a fervent supporter of nonfungible tokens in gaming and is also passionate about blockchain technology and education.
A successful recording artist, DJ, and producer whose main goal is not fame, but helping others.
X (Twitter) influencer and co-host of "Magical Crypto Friends"
The founder and CEO of Aave and ETHLend is Stani Kulechov. He is a seasoned businessman with extensive knowledge of the blockchain, cryptocurrency, and fintech sectors. In addition, Kulechov mentors numerous founders and advisers of blockchain and crypto-asset projects and has presented on Ethereum smart contracts at various fintech, blockchain, and cryptocurrency conferences.
Layne Lafrance is a Canadian businesswoman who went to school and lived in London as a child. She later relocated back to Canada, where she earned a degree in finance and entrepreneurship from the University of British Columbia. She quickly became interested in technology there.
Michael Egorov is a physicist and scientist by training, having earned his degrees from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.
Angel investor and former CEO of Wikia, who has invested in companies such as LinkedIn, PayPal, and AngelList.
Masayoshi Son, a multibillionaire technology pioneer, is most known for establishing SoftBank, a company with headquarters in Tokyo that focuses on providing banking and investment software and services. Son has been in charge of SoftBank for the past 20 years in a variety of capacities; he is currently the company's chairman and CEO.
Rekt Capital is a pseudonymous cryptocurrency analyst who shares macro research, commentary and technical analysis related to crypto markets. He publishes a newsletter and provides courses that help educate traders on how to make informed decisions when buying and selling cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ether and popular altcoins.
Head of investor relations at cryptocurrency investment firm Pantera Capital is Kerry Wong. She formerly had a comparable position at Scalar Capital. Wong has also worked at Millenium Trust and Barclays Capital in the past. She began her career as a member of the sales and trading team for Citibank's capital markets.
Since the 2000s, when Paris Hilton was one of the first celebrities to popularize the selfie and the Y2K look, she has always aimed to be the first in every trend. People do not bestow the titles of the cult cryptocurrency queen on the celebrity for nothing, and the trend for crypto tokens is no exception.
Consultant - Interim Management / Asset Management - Banking - Insurance
Roneil Rumburg firmly believes that censorship-resistant technology is essential. His early interest in cryptocurrencies and blockchain was sparked by a firm belief that technology holds the solution to independence from a centralized power. In line with these ideals, Roneil established the decentralized music streaming service Audius to assist musicians in regaining ownership of their work.
Algorand, a public, permissionless blockchain technology that employs proof-of-stake as its consensus mechanism, is led by Steven Kokinos. ALGO is its native cryptocurrency. Kokinos is also a co-founder and chairman of Fuze, an enterprise-focused platform that provides cloud software services. Fuze utilizes a cloud service to mix several communication services (videoconferencing, voice calls, SMS, instant messaging, content sharing, and apps).
The Museum of Contemporary Digital Art's director and co-founder is Serena Tabacchi (MoCDA). Tabacchi received degrees from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Birbeck University of London, and Link Campus University in the performing arts. She also holds a master's degree in text and performance from Birbeck.
Entrepreneur Roham Gharegozlou was born in Iran and raised in Dubai, Paris, and Canada before settling in California. He graduated from there with a master's in biological science and a bachelor's in economics.
Vietnamese coder Trung Nguyen established Sky Mavis, the group responsible for the immensely popular Axie Infinity play-to-earn game. Axie Infinity is a DApp that runs on Ethereum and has its own sidechain called Ronin.
NFT artist who made a name for herself by seeing unemployment and failure in life
Do Kwon, a South Korean cryptocurrency entrepreneur, is best known for helping to start Terraform Labs in January 2018 and serving as its CEO. The Terra blockchain ecosystem is run by Terraform Labs and is supported by its native LUNA coin. Kwon holds a degree in computer science from Stanford University and is well-versed in a number of programming languages, including C++, Java, and Python.
A veteran of the fintech industry with nearly two decades of experience in financial services, regulation, and cutting-edge technology, Vanessa Grellet.
An established Crypto The embracing of online anonymity by Twitter and The Crypto Dog is deliberate and even ideological: A government-issued identification is not required, in the opinion of the well-known Bitcoin market analyst and proponent of digital assets, to create a meaningful community presence in the Web3 era.
If you've heard of the "four-year cycle" in Bitcoin, you've probably come across Bob Loukas' work or followed someone who is familiar with his theory. Loukas is regarded as one of the first Bitcoin pioneers to popularize the idea that most markets (not just Bitcoin) move in four-year cycles.
Marketing guru GaryVee hand-drawn 268 symbols as the basis for 10,255 VeeFriend NFTs. In addition to Vaynerchuk's sketches, the buyer receives exclusive "chips" - gift boxes, mentoring sessions and tickets to conferences. Some of the characters have odd names like Gorilla Gratittude and Spontaneous Seahorse.
The CEO of the institutional cryptocurrency custodian platform Fireblocks is Michael Shaulov. Shaulov and two others built Fireblocks with experience in digital security, launching the business in the middle of 2019. Fireblocks primarily focuses on security and assisting businesses in using cryptographic assets.
Teodora Atanasova is a proponent of blockchain with knowledge of investor relations and legal matters relating to cryptocurrencies. She earned a degree in international business law from the Vienna University of Economics and Business.
Willy Woo is a crypto bull who is well-known among cryptocurrency enthusiasts. Even before the general public was aware of Bitcoin, the New Zealander was one of the most active bitcoin analysts. In 2013, he made his first Bitcoin purchase, opening the door for him to fall down the infamous "rabbit hole" of decentralized financial assets. Woo developed some of the most precise Bitcoin price models as a result of his research into the cryptocurrency industry.
Ecotrust Canada's climate innovation director, Joseph Pallant, is also the founder and executive director of the Blockchain for Climate Foundation. Pallant's long-standing interest in carbon markets and climate change began in college, when he earned a Bachelor of Science in biology and environmental studies from the University of Victoria. He also holds an MBA from the INSEEC School of Business and Economics, as well as a post-graduate diploma in Latin American management from Capilano College's McRae Institute of International Management.
Grimes, Elon Musk's girlfriend at the time and one of the most forward-thinking artists, had little chance of avoiding the NFT craze. Furthermore, Grimes not only entered the world of token art, but also became one of the market's most successful players. Born and raised in Vancouver, she first became involved with the underground music scene and began recording her own experimental music while attending McGill University in Montreal.Boucher released the studio albums Geidi Primes and Halfaxa through Arbutus Records in 2010, and signed a secondary recording contract with 4AD in 2011.
Steve Aoki is the first DJ in the music industry to join the NFT wave. For Steve Aoki entering the world of cryptocurrencies, art seems like a logical move because his music is a genre breakthrough. So why not make another breakthrough in the field of crypto-art?
The second athlete on our list is Rob Gronkowski of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who was most likely the first NFL player to express interest in publishing NFT material.
Tony Hawk Introduces the Last Trick NFT Collection to Commemorate Career Advancement and Significant Steps
Kate Moss recently joined the NFT trend and finally combined art and money, but she did it in a rather unusual way. She has amassed a collection of non-fungible tokens featuring herself.
Entrepreneur and angel investor Yat Siu. Austrian-born and -raised, he left Vienna in 1996 to found Hong Kong Cybercity, the region's first free web page and email provider. Before moving to Hong Kong, he worked his first job at Atari in Germany before moving on to Lexicor, where he held the positions of director and head of the U.S. East Coast division. He founded Outblaze in the late 1990s, and in 2009 IBM purchased it. Outblaze is now a part of IBM's LotusLive family of products.
Pixelmatic, a firm that creates video games, was created in 2011 by Activision Blizzard, Relic, and Electronic Arts employees under the leadership of Samson Mow. Samson Mow, a Canadian-Chinese native of Victoria, British Columbia, graduated from Simon Fraser University with a bachelor's degree in business management.
One of the first businesspeople to utilize cryptocurrency and blockchain technology is Yoni Assia. Assia pioneered Bitcoin trading back in 2013 and has since diversified the platform's capabilities with other well-known cryptocurrencies as the co-founder and CEO of Israeli multi-asset trading platform eToro.
Antonio Juliano is a software developer from the United States and the founder of the decentralized exchange dYdX. After graduating from Princeton University with a computer science degree in 2015, Antonio began working as a software engineer at Coinbase, where he learnt about cryptocurrency and the world of blockchain. He was captivated by the new technology, especially after hearing some of the most famous players in the space, such as Vitalik Buterin and Polychain Capital founder Olaf Carlson-Wee, give speeches at Coinbase. Hearing them discuss smart contract development and gas utilization on Ethereum got him intrigued about what blockchain technology could provide.
Snoop Dogg, real name Calvin Broadus, is an American rapper and media personality who first gained notoriety in the 1990s as one of the most well-known rap celebrities.
The CEO of the Dubai Blockchain Center is Marwan Alzarouni. He established Dubai's first Bitcoin ATM and founded OTC Supply, the first over-the-counter exchange in the United Arab Emirates, making him one of the Middle East's crypto pioneers. He is well-known on a global scale as a blockchain technology supporter, strategic advisor, and keynote speaker.
Nayib Bukele is the 43rd president of El Salvador. While seen as a controversial president to the world, Bukele’s official approval rating within the country is high. Under Bukele, El Salvador became the first country to declare Bitcoin as legal tender.


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Viktoriia is a marketing researcher and copywriter with a background in international relations. Her professional portfolio includes the writing of research papers focused on the import and export of products to Europe and Asia. Proficiency in the Chinese language and the time she has spent in China have extended her capabilities to master not only European markets but also those in China and Singapore. While currently living in Italy, Viktoriia continues to deepen her knowledge and skills in marketing and copywriting. Her experience allows her to perform analytical work and create texts on a diverse range of topics, ensuring accessibility to a broad audience.

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