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Coinbase CEO is on the list of the 15 youngest billionaires in the United States


Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong has appeared on the list of the 15 youngest billionaires in the United States. Forbes recently launched its famous List of World Billionaires, while Business Insider compiled the wealthiest young Americans.

Brian Armstrong is the oldest among the 15 youngest billionaires listings by Business Insider. At 37 years old, his net worth is estimated at $ 1 billion, which places him in the number position 1990 on the Forbes list.

Armstrong co-founded Coinbase alongside Fred Ehrsam, who was previously featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 and TIME 30 Under 30 magazine that are changing the world.

Coinbase is the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the United States at the moment. Coinbase Pro, formerly known as GDAX, also operates. The company was valued at $ 8 billion in 2018 when collection $ 300 million from venture capital giants like Tiger Global Management, Andreessen Horowitz and Polychain.

Armstrong's net worth represents just 1% of the $ 100 billion held by the 15 youngest billionaires in the United States.

The richest on the list is Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, 35. His net worth is estimated at $ 54.7 billion. We can count Zuckerberg on a list of cryptocurrency-oriented billionaires, since terrified central bankers and governments with the Libra project.

Interestingly, the Winklevoss brothers and Michael Novogratz are not on Forbes' list, which includes more than 2,000 billionaires.

Ripple Co-founder Chris Larsen reached 804Th position with $ 2.6 billion. Larsen was CEO of Ripple until December 2016, and is now CEO.

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