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|Residence||San Francisco, United States|
|Known for||Creation of eDonkey, Mt. Gox, Ripple|
|Title||Chief technology officer at Stellar.org|
He founded the company Ripple in 2011, which he left in 2013, and went on to develop Stellar in 2014. In January of 2018 McCaleb's Ripple token ownership were worth $20 billion, which would put him at 40th place in Forbes' list of world's richest people.
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