The company has made an announcement that Jonathan Kellner, former chief executive at Insinet, will take over the most part of White’s job. He has been recently employed by the San Francisco-based cryptoexchange as the managing director of institutional business.
A Coinbase representative has admitted that the cryptoexchange was sad to let White go, however, being assured that the group of people behind the cryptoexchange will manage to keep the work on the right track and pursue the vision White had for the company, which is to become the most trustworthy venue for the institutional financiers to engage in cryptotrading.
Prior to his work at Coinbase, White served in the US Air Force and worked for Bain & Co. Brian Armstrong, the chief executive of the cryptoexchange, has highlighted White’s input into the efforts of establishing an exchange business, which further managed to evolve into the biggest venue for trading digital currencies based in the United States, and was crucial for the work on the expansion of Coinbase.
Recent staff changes at Coinbase directly indicate the company’s aims to establish connections with clients in the world of institutional investors. Another recent employment happened to be represented by Chris Dodds, who, according to Armstrong, will become a valuable asset to the team of the cryptoexchange, sharing its strive to scale the business further.