8 People You Should Know Who Invested in Bitcoin (Updated May 2021)

People You Should Know Who Bought Bitcoin

TL;DR: Eight people you should know who invested in Bitcoin are Ray Dalio, Chamath Palihapitiya, Jack Dorsey, Elon Musk, Mark Cuban, Barry Silbert, and Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss.

All of the Bitcoin investors you should know are listed below. You can bookmark this page as it will be regularly updated with the latest information.

8 People You Should Know Who Invested in Bitcoin

Here is a list of people you should know who bought Bitcoin.

#1 – Ray Dalio

The founder of investment management firm Bridgewater Associates and author of Principles: Life and Work was a notorious Bitcoin and cryptocurrency skeptic. However, he recently revealed in a virtual conference, Consensus 2021 by CoinDesk, that he owns Bitcoin. (Source: CoinDesk)

#2 – Chamath Palihapitiya

Former Facebook executive and Social Capital CEO Chamath Palihapitiya started investing in Bitcoin back in 2012. He also went on record to say that Bitcoin will be the “category” winner. (Source: The Motley Fool)

#3 – Jack Dorsey

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Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey has been very open about his thoughts on Bitcoin. As of today, he still has #Bitcoin in his Twitter bio and he continues to invest in Bitcoin in his personal portfolio and via Square. His most recent investment was $170 million. Currently, he still has #bitcoin in his Twitter bio. (Source: The Verge)

#4 – Elon Musk

It’s no secret that Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is interested in cryptocurrency. He’s accepted Bitcoin as payment for Tesla vehicles (though currently has put a temporary hold) and is pro-actively looking to help increase Bitcoin mining efficiency. (Source: CNBC)

#5 – Mark Cuban

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Shark Tank investor Mark Cuban’s cryptocurrency portfolio consists mostly of Bitcoin and Ethereum. In The Delphi Podcast, Mark said that his portfolio is, “60% bitcoin, 30% Ethereum and 10% the rest.” (Source: CNBC)

#6 – Barry Silbert

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Founder of crypto asset manager GreyScale Investments and Digital Currency Group (DCG), Barry Silbert, was an early investor in Bitcoin back in 2012. In 2016, DCG acquired CoinDesk, an industry-leading news resource. (Source: Cointelegraph)

#7 and #8 – Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss

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The twins famously remembered for suing Mark Zuckerberg claiming that he stole their social media idea from them. They are now heavily involved in the cryptocurrency space and have their own crypto trading app Gemini. (Source: CNBC)

Please check back as this list will be regularly updated as more Bitcoin news is released to the public.