The Cointelegraph Top 100 list has reached the top 30 entries, with many notable people reaching the top. Until now, the list includes many notable personalities from various industries, such as rap icon Snoop Dogg and football star Tom Brady. In addition to these, blockchain-focused figures like Yearn.finance founder Andre Cronje and the Web3 community also took their places.
It is impossible to measure and compare the contributions of people without controversies and disagreements from the blockchain community. However, Cointelegraph dares to undertake this vital task to keep track of the key industry figures who made a mark in 2021, etched their names in blockchain history, and are likely to continue to do so in 2022.
Seven batches of 10 rare entries have already been submitted in the form of a daily countdown as part of the Top 100 list, and the next batch featuring the Top 21–30 profiles is now available.
The group includes United States Senator Cynthia Lummis, Block CEO Jack Dorsey, and a special concept that will most likely shape the crypto ecosystem in 2022.. More key people and disruptors in the space took their place in this group.
Key contributors to cryptocurrency and blockchain adoption are everywhere, and the world will definitely see more of them in the years to come. Check out the Top 100 list to learn more about the people and concepts that may shape the future of blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
The Top 10 will be released this Friday, with a special honorable mention released on the same day. So, tune in and find the most artistic, influential and controversial people and concepts contributing to the direction of the cryptocurrency and blockchain community here: Cointelegraph Top 100 in 2022.
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