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Brian Armstrong is the chief executive of Coinbase, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the United States.
Armstrong attended Rice University in 2001 where he received his master’s degree in computer science. In 2003, Armstrong founded UniversityTutor.com and in 2011, he began a software engineer at AirBnB.
Armstrong co-founded Coinbase, which is based in San Francisco, in 2012. Coinbase raised $300 million in October 2018 in a financing round led by Tiger Global that valued the company at $8 billion.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong has big things up his sleeve for the next week: There’s the much-awaiting public listing of Coinbase on April 14, and there’s his first set of non-fungible tokens (NFTs).Shaurya Malwa · 6 months ago · 2 min read
There is mounting evidence that there is more to the QuadrigaCX incident.Mitchell Moos · 3 years ago · 3 min read
Brian Armstrong, the CEO and co-founder of Coinbase, made a public statement speculating that QuadrigaCX—the exchange that lost $135 million in customer funds—may have used its CEO’s death as cover for earlier mismanagement.Mitchell Moos · 3 years ago · 3 min read
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