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by Arnab Shome
  • He will continue to be the COO of the crypto exchange.
  • He has played a significant role in the growth of Crypto.com over the years.
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On Tuesday, Crypto.com announced the promotion of Eric Anziani to President. He will continue to be the Chief Operating Officer of the cryptocurrency exchange, which he has been fulfilling since September 2019.

Crypto.com's Eric Anziani Sees Expanded Role

In the extended role of the President, Anziani will oversee the company’s operations, including customer experience, onboarding, and global payments . In addition, he will continue to lead the crypto exchange’s lead strategy, product, sales, international expansion, data, research, and blockchain integration.

“The team at Crypto.com is mission-driven and embodies our values of ownership, humility, and clear thinking. It has been a privilege to grow the business together,” Anziani said. “We have a lot of work to do to responsibly advance the industry, and I am excited to continue to help lead this journey.”

Anziani has been a part of the company for the past five years. He joined the cryptocurrency exchange in 2018 as an SVP for Growth Strategy and later became the Chief Strategy Officer. He was involved in securing the licenses for the company globally and building its products.

Last September, Crypto.com gained approval from the French regulator as a Digital Asset Service Provider (DASP). On top of that, the exchange obtained regulatory approval in the United Kingdom, Cyprus, and the Cayman Islands, along with in-principal and provisional licenses in Singapore and Dubai, respectively.

He even established partnerships for Crypto.com with leading brands. The crypto exchange is one of the top spenders in sports and has inked many lucrative deals, including one with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

Extensive Career before Joining Crypto.com

Apart from his time at Crypto.com, Anziani spent years at other companies in similar roles. He started his career at the London offices of Goldman Sachs as an Analyst in 2006. Then he moved to the Singapore offices of McKinsey & Company where he spent six years as an Engagement Manager.

Moreover, he worked at Paypal for a couple of years as a Senior Manager of Global Strategy in the Asia Pacific region. He joined Crypto.com from the Global Fashion Group where he worked as a Group Director for Strategic Programs for two years.

“Eric is a leader and strategic thinker who has helped guide the Company’s vision and solidified Crypto.com as a world-class platform built on security, compliance, and trust,” the CEO of Crypto.com, Kris Marszalek, said about the promotion of Anziani. “Eric’s expanded role will allow him full visibility of growth opportunities for the company and the ability to continue building and innovating to position Crypto.com for continued success.”

On Tuesday, Crypto.com announced the promotion of Eric Anziani to President. He will continue to be the Chief Operating Officer of the cryptocurrency exchange, which he has been fulfilling since September 2019.

Crypto.com's Eric Anziani Sees Expanded Role

In the extended role of the President, Anziani will oversee the company’s operations, including customer experience, onboarding, and global payments . In addition, he will continue to lead the crypto exchange’s lead strategy, product, sales, international expansion, data, research, and blockchain integration.

“The team at Crypto.com is mission-driven and embodies our values of ownership, humility, and clear thinking. It has been a privilege to grow the business together,” Anziani said. “We have a lot of work to do to responsibly advance the industry, and I am excited to continue to help lead this journey.”

Anziani has been a part of the company for the past five years. He joined the cryptocurrency exchange in 2018 as an SVP for Growth Strategy and later became the Chief Strategy Officer. He was involved in securing the licenses for the company globally and building its products.

Last September, Crypto.com gained approval from the French regulator as a Digital Asset Service Provider (DASP). On top of that, the exchange obtained regulatory approval in the United Kingdom, Cyprus, and the Cayman Islands, along with in-principal and provisional licenses in Singapore and Dubai, respectively.

He even established partnerships for Crypto.com with leading brands. The crypto exchange is one of the top spenders in sports and has inked many lucrative deals, including one with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

Extensive Career before Joining Crypto.com

Apart from his time at Crypto.com, Anziani spent years at other companies in similar roles. He started his career at the London offices of Goldman Sachs as an Analyst in 2006. Then he moved to the Singapore offices of McKinsey & Company where he spent six years as an Engagement Manager.

Moreover, he worked at Paypal for a couple of years as a Senior Manager of Global Strategy in the Asia Pacific region. He joined Crypto.com from the Global Fashion Group where he worked as a Group Director for Strategic Programs for two years.

“Eric is a leader and strategic thinker who has helped guide the Company’s vision and solidified Crypto.com as a world-class platform built on security, compliance, and trust,” the CEO of Crypto.com, Kris Marszalek, said about the promotion of Anziani. “Eric’s expanded role will allow him full visibility of growth opportunities for the company and the ability to continue building and innovating to position Crypto.com for continued success.”

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