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3X as many crypto numbers make the Forbes 2021 billionaires list as last year

3X as many crypto numbers make the Forbes 2021 billionaires list as last year

Forbes released its annual billionaires list on April 6, with Amazon (NASDAQ 🙂 overlord Jeff Bezos and his $ 177 billion topping the list for the fourth straight year.

The “digital gold rush” has seen nine New crypto billionaires join Forbes list, bringing the total to 12 (depending on whether you count the Winklevoss twins as one or two entries). That’s only four left on last year’s Forbes World billionaires list

Sam Bankman-Fried – Newbie

The Winklevoss twins – newcomers

Chris Larsen – returnees

Jed McCaleb – Newbie

Michael Saylor – Newbie

Brain Armstrong – Returnees

Fred Ersham – Newbie

Changpeng Zhao

Matthew Roszak – Newbie

Tim Draper – Newbie

Barry Silbert – Newbie

Read on on Coin Telegraph

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