Fortune magazine has presented the next version of the “40 Under 40” list, which includes the most influential, according to the editorial board, young leaders of the year. The list is broken down into several categories by industry. In the section “Finance” this year there were several leaders at once who are familiar to participants in the cryptocurrency space.
- Catherine Coley is CEO of Binance.US. Fortune notes that Kohli is the only female CEO of a major exchange in a male-dominated industry;
- Yoni Assia – CEO of eToro. The authors claim Assia’s influence in the cryptocurrency industry, despite the fact that the platform he founded is primarily focused on trading securities;
- Diogo Monica – President of Anchorage. Fortune expects new rules US regulators allowing banks to hold bitcoin and other digital assets will lead to the rise of the crypto custody platform Anchorage in 2021 year;
- Jonathan Levin – Co-founder of Chainalysis. According to the magazine, Chainalysis’s tools for tracking cryptocurrency transactions make it one of the key companies for the massive distribution of technology among users and investors;
- Nick Storonsky – CEO of Revolut. Fortune notes the special role of alternative banks, specializing in a wide range of services, from debit cards and savings accounts to cryptocurrencies, of which Revolut is one notable example;
- Sunaina Tuteja is Director of Digital Assets and Distributed Ledger Technology TD Ameritrade. Tuteja made a significant contribution to joining the cryptocurrency space with a brokerage company that was one of the first to provide clients with access to Bitcoin futures trading.
- Edam White – President of Bakkt. Fortune predicts a great future for White, who manages the cryptocurrency division of the owner of the New York Stock Exchange, who in the past also led exchange Coinbase.
Earlier Fortune included bitcoin in the list of the main developments of our time.
- Coinbase Will Consider Listing Ampleforth, Balancer, WBTC And 16 Other Crypto-Assets.
- The United States removed Russian bitcoin addresses from the sanctions list and added addresses to the DPRK The Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the US Treasury Department included 20 new bitcoin addresses in the list of data on persons under sanctions. At the same time, several addresses attributed to Russian companies were excluded from it..