- Andreas Antonopoulos @aantonop
- Barry Silbert @barrysilbert
- Gavin Andresen @gavinandresen
- Vitalik Buterin @vitalikbuterin
Deciding who is cuter between Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss is almost impossible.
- Brian Armstrong @brian_armstrong
Charlie Shrem, founder of one of the first Bitcoin exchanges in the United States and current CEO of Intellisys, after Kawaiification looks like a typical male character from any Japanese cartoon.
Here we have some of the core members of Bitcoin Foundation- Gavin and Andreas. If Gavin looks like a cute little scientist then Andreas looks like a Hentai character.
Barry Silbert, founder of Digital Currency Group and one of the most prominent investors of Blockchain startups. Kawaii Barry looks like a male version of Sailor Moon.
Jesse Powell, co-founder and CEO at Kraken, one of the most notable cryptocurrency exchanges. With a face like this - how can one worry about anything.
- Cameron Winklevoss @winklevoss
- Charlie Shrem @charlieshrem
And let’s end this fun with probably the brightest member of the Bitcoin community - Roger Ver, who is cute even when he doesn’t look like an anime character.
- Jesse Powell @jespow
- Roger Ver @rogerkver
- Tyler Winklevoss @tylerwinklevoss
While it was released in March of 2013 and quickly gained popularity in China, it is quickly gaining the ground in other regions as well. At the beginning of January 2017, the Meitu has added a new feature that enables converting people into characters of anime cartoons in one click.
We at Cointelegraph decided to have some fun and edited some of the most notable people from the Blockchain community. If you have no sense of humor at all, we strongly advise you to stop reading now.
The selfie-taking world has gone wild! Meitu, which is available for iOS and Android, is the new kid on the block that not so long ago has joined Instagram, Snapchat, and other selfie-taking apps.
- Balaji S. Srinivasan @balajis
Fred Ehrsam @fehrsam
It’s almost impossible to look at Balaji S. Srinivasan - CEO at 21.co without him taking your breath away.
And here is the Coinbase duo. Despite Fred leaving the company he is not even a bit less cute than Brian.
We decided to start off with probably one of the most recognizable person who doesn’t need any introduction.
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