1. Aaron Wright, OpenLaw co-founder, for creating a model for legal DAO stewardship.
  2. Anatoly Yakovenko, Solana co-founder, for creating Sam Bankman-Fried's favorite coin (SOL)
  3. Arianna Simpson, General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz, for leading a vanguard of super smart female VCs
  4. Agustín Carstens, BIS general manager, for leading global, technocratic CBDC discourse
  5. Trung Nguyen, Axie Infinity CEO, for making crypto fun and catalyzing a "play to earn" juggernaut (tiếp theo ...)
  6. Beeple (Mike Winkelmann), digital artist, for having the highest grossing NFT sale this year
  7. Bitfinex’d, independent researcher, for raising important questions about pegged stablecoins
  8. Gargamel and Goner, pseudonymous builders, for launching Bored Ape Yacht Club, a breakout NFT success
  9. Brian Brooks, former Acting Comptroller of the Currency, for his pro-crypto banking guidance
  10. Cami Russo, founder of The Defiant, for sophisticated coverage of the DeFi industry
  11. Charles Hoskinson, Cardano co-founder, for establishing Cardano as a top-tier blockchain network
  12. Serey Chea, National Bank of Cambodia, for launching Project Bakong, a universal blockchain-based payment system
  13. Cooper Turley, Web 3 influencer, for his irrepressible advocacy for NFTs, DAOs, and "the creator economy"
  14. pplpleasr, NFT artist, for pleasrDAO
  15. Matt Hall and John Watkinson, CryptoPunk creators, for creating 2021's most popular NFT ... in 2017
  16. Senator Cynthia Lummis (R-WY), for leading pro-bitcoin discourse in the U.S. Senate
  17. Danny Ryan, Ethereum Foundation researcher, for leading the Ethereum 2.0 rollout
  18. DarkSide hacking group, for shining a light on crypto and ransomware markets
  19. Devin Finzer, CEO OpenSea, for building the most popular and best-funded NFT platform
  20. Do Kwon, co-founder Terraform Labs, for his contributions to Cosmos and the multichain future
  21. Antonio Juliano, dYdX founder, for coming from obscurity to establishing dYdX as a leading DEX
  22. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), for her role as crypto-watchdog and consumer advocate
  23. Elon Musk, entrepreneur, for his Dogecoin advocacy and showing the dangers of influencers on cryptomarkets
  24. Erick Calderon, Art Blocks founder, for making generative art a generative asset class
  25. Erik Voorhees, CEO of ShapeShift, for giving control over his business to a DAO
  26. Fred Ehrsam, cofounder Paradigm, for making millions from Coinbase and making the Forbes Rich List
  27. ​​Gabby Dizon, cofounder of Yield Guild Games, for helping establish play-to-earn in South East Asia
  28. Gary Gensler, Chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, for grasping the nettle of crypto regulation
  29. Jack Dorsey, founder and CEO of Twitter, for integrating crypto payments in Twitter
  30. Jack Mallers, CEO of Zap, for his work in El Salvador and use of the Bitcoin Lightning Network
  31. Jalak Jobanputra, founder and managing partner at Future Perfect Ventures, for her leading role in crypto investments
  32. Jay Graber, software engineer at Zcash, for leading development of Twitter's Blue Sky protocol
  33. Jeremy Allaire, Circle CEO, for bringing transparency and legitimacy to stablecoins
  34. John McAfee (RIP), crypto advocate and founder of McAfee Corp, for being a freedom fighter
  35. Kathryn Haun, a16z general partner, for leading policy discussions and notable investments
  36. Kevin O’Leary, businessman, shark and crypto-advocate, for being a key voice in the crypto-regulation discussion
  37. Kristin Smith, Blockchain Association executive director, for her leading role during the infrastructure meltdown
  38. Lael Brainard, Federal Reserve governors, for smart policy on a potential U.S. CBDC
  39. Pieter Wuille, Taproot lead developer, for his contributions to the biggest Bitcoin upgrade in years
  40. Mairead McGuinness, commissioner for Financial Services, for not actually banning anything
  41. Mark Cuban, entrepreneur and investor, for bringing crypto payments to the NBA
  42. Francis Xavier Suarez, Mayor of Miami, for being the U.S.'s first "Bitcoin Mayor"
  43. Mila Kunis, actress and creator of "Stoner Cats," for bringing adult animation to blockchain
  44. Morgan Beller, general partner at NFX, for quitting Diem gracefully and blending crypto with fintech investing
  45. Mount Goxx, crypto trading hamster, for being the most adorable crypto trader
  46. Nayib Bukele, President of El Salvador, for making bitcoin legal tender in El Salvador
  47. Olaoluwa Osuntokun, CTO of Lightning Labs, for work on the most important Bitcoin scaling solution
  48. Paris Hilton, socialite and NFT creator, for being an articulate spokesperson for NFT art
  49. Poly Network hacker, for returning the stolen funds and reminding us to "NEVER TRUST"
  50. Sandeep Nailwal, Polygon representative, for helping to lead an Indian breakout success and scaling Ethereum
  51. President of China Xi Jinping, the communist party continues to move markets with its latest and most comprehensive crypto crackdown
  52. Ray Dalio, co-chief investment officer of Bridgewater Associates, for preferring bitcoin over bonds
  53. Ray Youssef, Paxful CEO, for pushing forward P2P crypto trading in Africa
  54. Roaring Kitty (Keith Gill), financial analyst and social media personality, for fomenting a retail revolution
  55. Robert Leshner, founder of Compound Labs, for presenting crypto with a "moral dilemma"
  56. Roham Gharegozlou, Dapper Labs founder, for NBA Top Shop and striking a deal with the NFL
  57. Roneil Rumburg, for 5 million monthly users of Audius, Web 3's Spotify
  58. Russell Okung, NFL tackle, for the launch of his Bitcoin brand and series 'Bitcoin Is _'
  59. Ryan Selkis, founder Messari, for putting pressure on DC pols and Mainnet
  60. Sam Bankman-Fried, CEO of FTX, for being crypto's richest person at $22 billion and counting
  61. Stani Kulechov, founder and CEO of AAVE, for building DeFi's top lending protocol
  62. 0xMaki, former Sushiswap lead, for the Sushi product suite and community-driven mentality
  63. Tim Beiko, Ethereum developer, for leading on the London hard fork
  64. Tom Brady, NFL quarterback, for lending his Superbowl face to the celebrity NFT bandwagon
  65. Virgil Griffith, ex-Ethereum Foundation, for evangelizing for crypto in North Korea
  66. Wally Adeyemo, U.S. Treasury deputy, for leading the White House's crackdown on bitcoin-based ransomware
  67. Willy Woo, blockchain analyst, for topping the charts on Substack
  68. Metakovan/Metapurse, largest $ paid for an NFT, launched the first fractionalized NFT
  69. Brian Armstrong, Coinbase CEO, for taking a unicorn to the public markets
  70. Flori Marquez, co-founder of BlockFi, for resisting the call to work for a bank and bringing lending to Bitcoin
  71. Barry Silbert, CEO of Digital Currency Group, for not cashing out his sales and building "the Standard Oil" of crypto
  72. Hester Pierce, SEC Commissioner, for advocating a "safe harbor" for decentralizing projects and pushing back against inconsistent and maladroit approach her colleagues sometimes take
  73. Meltem Demirors, Chief Strategy Officer of CoinShares, for pushing back against claims Bitcoin (and Christmas lights) consume too much energy
  74. Beryl Li, co-founder of Yield Guild Games, for bringing "play-to-earn" games and NFTs to Southeast Asia
  75. Anthony Pompliano, founder of Morgan Creek Digital, for his resilient, positive attitude. Maybe everything is good for Bitcoin?
  76. New York Attorney General Letitia James, for her critical eye on unscrupulous behavior in crypto and beyond
  77. Tether CTO Paolo Ardoino, for coding what is still the most important bridge between crypto and the fiat world
  78. Satoshi Nakamoto, pseudo-anonymous inventor of Bitcoin, for not cashing out his gains even after BTC hit highs above $60,000
  79. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), for releasing the Pandora Papers, which shows how most hidden wealth moves through the traditional banking system
  80. Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, for giving his clients access to crypto ... even if he still doesn't understand Bitcoin
  81. Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger for doing the best Statler and Waldorf rendition in the crypto space.
  82. Legendary founder of Miller Value Partners, Bill Miller, because he's still accumulating BTC
  83. The Federal Reserve, for doing its best to devalue the U.S. dollar
  84. Michael Saylor, CEO of MicroStrategy, for turning his tech-intelligence company into a bitcoin investible asset
  85. Andre Cronje, creator of Yearn Finance, prolific coder and DeFi deal-maker
  86. Cathy Wood of Arc Investments, for buying the dip and sticking to her "disrupter" thesis
  87. Elizabeth Stark, CEO of Lightning Labs, for helping to solve Bitcoin's scaling issue
  88. Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao, for trying to bring the world's largest crypto exchange into global compliance
  89. Joyce Kim co-founded Stellar, which is becoming legacy bank's favorite blockchain
  90. Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank
  91. Perianne Boring, who founded the Chamber of Digital Commerce years before crypto realized it needed a trade association
  92. Colin Wu, Chinese journalist, for his news-breaking tweets on China's complicated relationship with crypto
  93. Justin Sun, founder of TRON, for managing to remain semi-relevant
  94. Noelle Acheson, formerly of CoinDesk, now head of market insights at Genesis Trading, for making crypto comprehensible to the smart money set
  95. Gavin Wood, for co-founding what may become two of the largest proof-of-stake blockchains: Polkadot and Ethereum

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