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Brian Armstrong is a software engineer, consultant, risk manager and speaker at various conferences. Brian Armstrong’s Bitcoin career started in 2012 when he became a co-founder and CEO of Coinbase, one of the largest and the most popular cryptocurrency trading platforms that has become valued over $1.6 billion. Brian Armstrong as Coinbase’s CEO is responsible for all products and services provided by the platform. Brian Armstrong’s net worth currently consists mostly of Ethereum, to which he exchanged the majority of the Bitcoin he had. In 2017, he was listed in Fortune magazine in the ranking of the 40 most influential businessman under 40 years old, as he is considered to be something of a star in the Bitcoin community.
Brian Armstrong said that any tech development should not be halted based on the fears of a few.
Elon Musk-led petition to halt AI development divides tech community
ARK Invest purchased 269,928 shares in Coinbase on March 23, only two days after it sold $13.5 million, its first sale of Coinbase shares this year.
Cathie Wood’s ARK loading up on Coinbase shares again, buying $18M
Brian Armstrong made the interesting analogy when asked to explain the firm’s recent “Wells notice” in “NFL terms.“
Coinbase CEO on its Wells notice: SEC is like soccer referees in a game of pickleball
Coinbase’s vice president of international policy told Cointelegraph the meetings took place in Canberra and Sydney and touched on the government’s token mappin...
Coinbase met with Australian banking regulators over local crypto regulations
Despite the SEC looking to crack down on supposed unregistered securities offerings via staking rewards programs, Coinbase has outlined that its services will c...
Coinbase reiterates that staking services will continue, despite SEC crackdown
The SEC is broadening its investigation into crypto exchanges and has targeted staking products for potential securities violations.
Coinbase CEO reiterates that ‘staking’ products aren’t securities
One Ethereum bull hopes the launch will help onboard a host of other crypto companies and financial institutions onto Ethereum.
Coinbase new blockchain seen as ‘massive confidence vote’ for Ethereum