Forbes FinTech Top 50: These are the top blockchain companies

The business magazine Forbes has released its latest FinTech Top 50 list. Among them are a few – in number there are six – Blockchain companies. Among other things, the company is listed behind the cryptocurrency number two: ripple.

It’s that time again: the business magazine Forbes has published its top 50 FinTech companies. The list is heavily US-dominated; only one company comes from the European area. So here are the top 6 blockchain companies from Forbes.

Axoni – New York City
Axoni wants nothing less than to shift the ($ 10 trillion) derivatives market to smart contracts. Investors can then access information about trades on their Distributed Ledger.

– Funding: $ 59 million from lenders such as Goldman Sachs or JPMorgan.

Bitfury – Amsterdam
Bitfury is the only European blockchain company to make it into Forbes’s top 50 FinTech companies. The company specializes in bitcoin mining. Her current concern: to milk the “golden goose” together with the Common Foundation in Paraguay.

– Funding: $ 150 million from lenders such as Korelya Capital, Macquarie Capital or Dentsu.

Circle – Boston
Among other things, Circle wants to gain a foothold in stable-coin-business. The USD Coin promises, much like Tether, to be covered 1 to 1 of US dollars. He offers an attractive trading vehicle for crypto investors.

– Funding: $ 246 million from IDG Capital, Bitmain, Breyer Capital, Goldman Sachs and others.

Coinbase – San Francisco
Coinbase caused turmoil in the blockchain universe only in December of last year. Initially misunderstood as an “unknown Bitcoin whale”, the company moved an enormous amount of BTC. However, this only happened to protect itself. Because the company offers, among other things, a (even safer?) Custody of cryptocurrencies.

– Funding: $ 525 million from lenders such as Tiger Global Management, Andreessen Horowitz and YC Continuity.

Gemini
And another cryptocurrency exchange. Well-known here are above all the founders Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, who are among the first Bitcoin investors and also among the richest Bitcoin owners.

Funding: Winklevoss Capital Management – exact figures are unknown.

Ripple
The company with the second and third largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization XRP, may not be missing in this list. CEO Brad Garlinghouse once even went so far as to say that Ripple is better than BTC. If that’s true? Convince yourself.

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