Cryptocurrency

Feb. 21 lifts the curtains on numbers 4–10 of the most impactful crypto and blockchain sector players, according to Cointelegraph’s 2023 Top 100 list.

The controversial player at No. 10 was not on Cointelegraph’s Top 100 list for 2022, nor were the players occupying No. 9, 8 and 4. The person who takes the ninth spot on the list shares the same first name as the cotton gin inventor, while No. 8 relates to a country frequently in the news in 2022. No. 4 is a concept that prefers to be kept confidential. The seventh, sixth and fifth positions are players who made Cointelegraph’s 2022 Top 100 list, each significantly higher on the 2023 edition. Try to guess who the players are or check the list to find out!

DISCOVER COINTELEGRAPH’S TOP 100 IN CRYPTO AND BLOCKCHAIN 2023

Over the past few weeks, Cointelegraph has published its 2023 Top 100 lineup of the crypto sector’s biggest heroes and villains who had the biggest impact on the sector in 2022 and will likely make the biggest splash in 2023. The Top 100 has been unveiled in segments, counting down from 100 in batches of 10.

Outside the top 10, the list included names such as 21Shares co-founder and CEO Hany Rashwan, at No. 91; ARK Invest founder, CEO and chief investment officer Cathie Wood at No. 76; United States Senator Cynthia Lummis at No. 32; OpenAI co-founder and CEO Sam Altman at No. 22; and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Gary Gensler at No. 11.

The heroes and villains compilation also included companies, such as Epic Games at No. 57, and concepts, such as hardware wallets (No. 65) and staking (No. 58).

All but the top three rankings from Cointelegraph’s 2023 Top 100 are now revealed. The final three profiles will be unveiled over the next few days. Who’s left that could make the top three?

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