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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.
After an edict to remain "mission focused," Coinbase executives have succeeded in making themselves a fortune.
Coinbase insiders dump nearly $5 billion in COIN stock shortly after listing
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong’s estimated wealth surged 10-fold over the past year to hit $11.5 billion, according to China’s Hurun Research Institute.
Coinbase CEO tops China’s Hurun list of blockchain billionaires
The exchange’s ties to Goldman Sachs go all the way back to Fred Ehrsam, who co-founded Coinbase in 2012 with Brian Armstrong.
Coinbase reportedly taps Goldman Sachs for IPO
Bitcoin’s much-anticipated break past $20,000 caused a spike in crypto exchange traffic.
Binance and Coinbase suffer outages as Bitcoin's price soars
Kelly Kramer joins an impressive board comprised of executives from various industries.
Former Cisco CFO joins Coinbase board as mainstream recognition grows
Brian Armstrong labeled a misleading political post endorsing Kanye West for president as “epic”
Coinbase CEO prompts furious accusations of hypocrisy as he pushes political misinformation
Coinbase’s new “apolitical” culture has led to some employees taking severance packages, as the crypto community reacts with ambivalence.
The curious case of Coinbase — employees driven out by ‘apolitical’ stance