This year has been very unpredictable.

Coronavirus followed by lockdown all across the borders. But it didn’t stop Bitcoin from surging and rising from $7,000 to $40,000 in a single year, from Jan 2020 to Jan 2021.

As of now, Bitcoin is trading at a value of $55K. The market is growing substantially at a faster rate.

Also, with the expansion of the market, the three comma club expands.

Forbes has listed the top crypto billionaires that made their position in Forbes 2021 list. This list incorporated several investors, builders, and issuers.

This crypto ecosystem reflects diversity in the profession while the aim remains the same – to be a part of the THREE COMMA CLUB.

Here are some of the people who made it into the Forbes list.

1. Cameron Winklevoss and Tyler Winklevoss

Olympic rowers, who built their empire, had made it into the three comma club.

The net worth of Winklevoss Brothers is $3 Billion each. They began to buy Bitcoins in 2012, and the patience has ripened their fruit. Rose early to invest in the growing crypto market, and now they have made their fortune.

Also, they have launched their crypto exchange Gemini and also bought art auction platform Nifty Gateway.

2. Michael Saylor

MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor has made it to the Forbes list of top Billionaires of crypto.

The worth as of now is around $2.3 billion after buying Bitcoins quickly ahead of the booming, for himself and his software company pushing its stock up.

3. Matthew Roszak

They say, “A stitch in time saves nine.”

Indeed an agreeable statement and a slogan for those who are disciplined and consistent. Matthew is the best example.

He invested in the early stages, and now he’s a member of three comma club.

Roszak is a chairman of a blockchain infrastructure firm, Bloq and an active investor in early start-ups.

4. Sam Bankman-Fried

The infrastructure builders facilitating many multi-billionaire companies with virtual transactions and stuff had too made this man billionaire.

A 29-year-old MIT graduate founded the trading firm Alameda Research and the famous derivative Exchange FTX. His work and commitment made Sam Bankman-Fried the crypto’s one of the wealthiest Billionaires.

Made a donation of $5 million to super-PAC and crashed into headlines in 2020.

5. Brian Armstrong

In 2020, his net worth was around $ 1 billion. As of today, the worth has grown to 650%. His fortune is around $6.5 billion.

The CEO and co-founder of Coinbase have made up to this mark while the market was booming.

Also, Coinbase generated revenue of $1 billion last year.

6. Fred Ehrsam

The co-founder of Coinbase, along with Armstrong, started investing in the early stages as well. He left the firm in 2017. Still, his stake is worth $1.9 billion.

Besides, an infrastructure builder who provided platforms and solutions has also made it to become a billionaire. His net worth is around $1.9 billion.

Ehrsam leads Paradigm, a leading financial service company that is a part of the CCI alliance as well.

7. Chris Larsen

He is the co-founder and Chairman of RIPPLE, a blockchain Technology who made it to the list of crypto billionaires in 2021.

His fortune expanded and rose to $800 million as XRP soared. He currently accounts for more than 3 billion XRPs and holds 17% stakes in Ripple Labs.

8. Jed McCaleb

Another co-founder of Ripple, whose net worth is $2 billion, extracts this fortune from XRP holdings. Currently, he holds 3.6 billion XRPs.

This list adds up every time the crypto market is blessed with a great boom. Also, the wealth and the fortune of People are either doubling or sextupling. This goes a long way, covering a wide variety of occupations. However, many millionaires are striving to make it to the Three Comma Club and struggle to expand the business and fortune. The list will keep appending on by including new people, and the market will keep soaring and roaring up.


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