What is Ethereum Founder Vitalik Buterin’s Net Worth?
Ethereum’s founder and inventor Vitalik Buterin has amassed a sizable net worth. Here’s what you need to know about his personal wealth, including the Ethereum price chart, and other interesting facts.
Dependending on the source and the current price of Ethereum the networth of Vitalik Buterin is between 100 and 500 million US Dollars.
His salary at the Ethereum Foundation is $144,000 per year.
Vitalik’s Full Name is Vitalik Buterin, but he goes by his first name only.
Vitalik’s Birthday is January 31, 1994 (age 26).
He is Canadian, and lives in Toronto. He has 5 siblings. Vitalik has never married and doesn’t have kids of his own yet. Maybe he’ll start a family with his girlfriend “Angel” (who is also Canadian). Vitalik’s nationality is Canadian.
Vitalik was born in Russia, but later his family moved to Canada when he was 6 years old. Vitalik has Russian, as well as Canadian citizenship.
Vitalik Buterin Non-technical background: He attended the University of Waterloo for a while but dropped out to work on the Ethereum project full time. He also completed a Master’s Degree in Computer Science at the University of Basel in 2017, writing his thesis on “Election Transparency” which involves vote transparency, vote privacy and Proof-of-Stake (PoS).
Vitalik dropped out of the University of Waterloo in 2008 to become a full-time developer on the Ethereum project. Vitalik dropped out of school in order to work full-time on his tech startup, Ethereum.
Vitalik Buterin was born in Russian, but he was raised in Canada (Brantford, Ontario). He speaks English and Russian with some French. Vitalik is Canadian.
When In High School Vitalik became interested in mathematics and programming from a young age. He learned how to code when he was six years old when his father started showing him how to use the web browser for personal reasons (maybe for searching or something more intimate?).
As a kid, Vitalik was already programming in C++ from the first grade.
Vitalik attended The University of Waterloo for a while but dropped out to work full-time on the Ethereum Foundation and started his own venture capital fund (with Bitcoin billionaire Roger Ver). He also backed Bitcoin startups including Blockchain Capital and fintech startup Compound. He is also on the advisory board of OpenBazaar.tv.