Seven Billionaires Who Love Bitcoin

Everyone is talking about Bitcoin. In fact, you probably have friends that love to tell you about their portfolios. But it’s not just your friends, 40-year-old video gamers, and millennials that love Bitcoin. Institutions and big-name investors are building wealth by embracing Bitcoin.

Here is a list of the top 7 billionaires who love Bitcoin: 

1. Elon Musk


Shocker! Elon Musk is first on the list.

Tesla hasn’t sold a penny of its initial Bitcoin purchase—which is currently worth nearly $2 billion.

Elon Musk is famous for his love of Dogecoin… But there’s a reason he’s added BTC to Tesla’s balance sheet rather than Doge.

2. The Winklevoss Twins

Winklesvoss Twins

The Winklevoss twins, founders of Gemini, are avid investors in crypto companies and believe Bitcoin will demonetize gold and surge to $500,000 per token.

At one point, they owned 1% of all Bitcoin ever mined. 

3. Michael Saylor

Michael Saylor

Saylor, a co-founder of MicroStrategy, is famous for leading the first-ever publicly-traded company to add HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of dollars of Bitcoin to their balance sheet. He serves as a public advocate for companies to plug into the Bitcoin network and one of the community's greatest spokespersons. 

4. Tim Draper

Tim Draper

Draper, an iconic Silicon Valley investor, venture capitalist, and founder of multiple businesses, has been investing in Bitcoin since 2018. He predicts it will surge to $250,000 by early 2023 (fingers crossed right?). 

5. Ray Dalio

Ray Dalio

Dalio, founder of the world’s largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates, used to be skeptical about Bitcoin. But now he firmly believes that 1-2% of your portfolio should be Bitcoin. He’s putting his money where his mouth is, as Bridgewater is working on opening a crypto fund.

6. Matthew Roszak

Matthew Roszak

Roszak is a seasoned Bitcoin investor and advocate who is known for saying that “Blockchain technology represents one of the greatest generational opportunities for entrepreneurs and capitalists.”

7. Brian Armstrong

brian Armstrong

Armstrong is the co-founder and CEO of Coinbase, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the United States. Coinbase is used to buy, sell, and store Bitcoin and other tokens. One of his driving forces to innovate is because he wants “the world to have a global, open financial system.”

8. Honorable Mention: Kevin O’Leary

Kevin OLeary

O’Leary, the well-known Shark Tank investor, is not a billionaire yet. He’s well on his way with over 20% of his portfolio in cryptocurrency and a strong belief that the market needs to remain free of burdensome regulation.