Jason Jiang Named New Chief Technology Officer At Mamoru
Jason Jiang is joining Mamoru as the new Chief Technology Officer (CTO), in the company’s efforts to aggressively expand its crypto exchange globally this year. The New York-based financial technologist will be bringing more than twenty years of quantitative research and trading experience, with a background in crypto and digital asset trading. Prior to serving as the CTO of Fluid Finance, Jason served as Vice President of Goldman Sachs. Before that, he was VP of fixed income analytics and risk management at BlackRock Investments. He is truly excited to continue this stage of his career with Mamoru and had this to say.
“Naturally, people want to work on what they view as the most exciting and innovative developments in technology, and currently, that is crypto and Web3, in the financial field. I am happy to be joining the Mamoru team and I look forward to bringing new energy and ideas, into the robust systems that the team has already built.”
– Jason Jiang
Mamoru strives to put innovation and security first when it comes to the custody of its user’s digital assets and has built one of the most secure platforms for storing, transferring, and exchanging digital assets.
As CTO of Mamoru, Jason will serve an important role as the technological evangelist for the company, with a deep emphasis on the security infrastructure. Jason will evangelize for both crypto security and for Mamoru while helping to build on top of the company’s industry-leading platform security.
Mamoru is thrilled to welcome Jason to the team and looks forward to working with a highly respected technologist in the finance and crypto field.
“Our mission to make crypto assets easily accessible with local fiat on-ramps across the world, is attracting the attention of top talent in the industry. We’re very pleased that Jason has come on board with that same mission in mind, and we look forward to having him here to help drive crypto adoption with Mamoru’s suite of user-friendly financial products.”
– Patrick Chiu, CEO, Mamoru