Every year popular lifestyle magazine Forbes releases its list of 600 most influential people under 30. It is broken down into 20 categories, and each list has its own top 30 names. The lists showcase the feats and achievements of the most influential people in the year aged 30 or less. The most recent edition of the list is dominated by crypto entrepreneurs, occupying more than half of the positions.
Many crypto leaders found themselves grouped under the category finance. Some of the top names in the list are Clinton Bembry, founder of Slingshot, Tegan Kline, co-founder of Edge & Node; and Roneil Rumburg, co-founder and CEO of Audius. Three of them made it to the list for the second time in a row. Other new names in the list include Caroline Ellison and Sam Trabucco, Alex Atallah, and Emily Yang.
Inclusion in the list is a remarkable achievement for these young inventors and entrepreneurs. Most of them are already successful in their respective fields and show signs of more progress in the future. Forbes’ lists are known for their thorough research and impact, and the newest edition is surely good news for the global crypto community.
With more than half of the list dominated by crypto leaders, the Forbes’ 30 under 30 list also marks a cultural shift. It is indicative of the fact that cryptocurrencies are becoming more and more mainstream. At a time when countries around the world are struggling with crypto regulations and taxes, the Forbes list will infuse fresh air of optimism in investors