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The Crypto Icons are now on the "40 Under 40" List

The famous Fortune Magazine published by is now on its way to becoming an important cultural and economic power on its own. 40 Under 40 is a list of the 40 most influential and successful business people in the business world. There is also a Canadian 24-year-old software developer on this list, the world famous pop star Rihanna is also available.

Listed in 2017 French President Emmanuel Macron and the star of the crucifix The list of names in the world of crypto money has also been included in this list with the recent popularity of crypto money in the world. ] Serena Williams . Among the most popular names listed this year are the founders of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg and Instagram and CEO CEO Kevin Systrom .

Coinbase Coinbase co-founder the first name on the Under 40 list, is on the list of such big social media creators, successful athletes, world famous pop stars and even a president. Brian Armstrong Rihanna is at number 20 in front of a row. In the seats 22 and 24 on the list are sitting Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin and Robinhood founder Vlad Tenev respectively. Boost VC founder Adam Draper said on twitter:

"This is a great event! Brian Armstrong, Vitalik Buterin and Vlad Tenev are listed as 20, 22 and 24 respectively. Rihanna is in the 21st place. The crypto money sector is at least as big as Rihanna (Crypto is as big as #Riri).

Coinbase shows a massive growth

Aside from Fred Ehrsam, Armstrong, now 35, has directed Coinbase with a period of strong growth since its founding in 2012.

The platform continues to serve more than 13 million users in 190 countries. In 2017, Coinbase was one of five companies to obtain BitLicense from the New York Financial Services Department. Armstrong's inclusion in the 40 Under 40 list will play a major role in the crypto-currency world's transition from global darkness to global financial reality.

As the crypto-currency world continues to grow, it will become more and more recognizable as a traditional asset class. Industry experts like Barry Silber believe that bitcoin and other crypto currencies are very close to achieving stability and will inevitably be considered a solid part of the global financial system.

In fact, Rihanna fans will soon buy their albums and concert tickets directly in crypto currencies they can get. If this happens, the cryptographic currency sector will be at least as big as Rihanna.