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Tiantian Kullander, co-founder of Amber Group, a $3 billion crypto finance service provider, passed away in his sleep on November 23.
Company official website now It shows A pop-up that confirms Kullander’s death and also shares some details about his achievements.
“It is with the deepest sadness and heavy heart that we inform you of the passing of our friend and co-founder, Tiantian Kullander, who passed away unexpectedly in his sleep on November 23, 2022,” the pop-up read. reads.
Kullander was 30 and is survived by his wife and a son.
Also known as “TT”, Kullander was a co-founder of Hong Kong-based Amber Group, which describes itself as a “one-stop crypto finance service provider providing liquidity provision, trading and asset management services 24/7″. 7 provides.”
In addition to Ember Group, TT joined the board of esports company Fnatic and founded KeeperDAO, a decentralized finance protocol that allows participants to trade, borrow and protect assets from miner value-extracting bots. , before returning it to the community.
The company described TT as a loving and hard-working character who “put her heart and soul into the company” and pushed it to success.
“TT was a respected thought leader and widely recognized as a pioneer for the industry. His depth of knowledge, his willingness to collaborate and his willingness to always help others have inspired countless start-ups and individuals His insight and creativity inspired many projects, people and communities.”
Prior to starting Ember Group in 2017, Kullander worked as an emerging markets trader at Morgan Stanley, head of financial services. Early in his career, he worked in the structured credit trading team at Goldman Sachs for less than a year.
The crypto community also expressed condolences on Twitter.
Prominent crypto trader Hasaka said, “Never found anyone who had anything negative to say about him. A nearly impossible achievement in this industry and a testament to his character.”
Arthur Cheong, founding partner at DeFiance Capital, noted that “the industry has lost a young, bright and most importantly, a good soul.”
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