Celsius, a major global cryptocurrency lending and borrowing platform, announced on Wednesday that it appointed Guillermo Bodnar as its new Chief Technical Officer. According to the press release, Bodnar previously worked as Chief Solutions Officer at Globant.

The firm’s new employee will be based in San Francisco and report directly to Alex Mashinsky, the CEO of Celsius. Prior to his tenure at Globant, Bodnar served as CIO of Arbinet, where he built the largest computer-based telecommunications exchange and trading platform. In addition, he helped to shape the compliance platform required for the company’s IPO.

“I’ve had a rewarding career in digital transformation, and crypto and blockchain technology is at the forefront of this revolution. I am excited for the opportunity to shape the future of finance and technology at Celsius,” Bodnar commented on his appointment.

Moreover, Mashinsky issued the following statement: “Since our time in telecom, I’ve seen Guillermo confidently lead technology teams through tough challenges. I’m thrilled to work together again on the most important challenge of our careers: unlocking financial freedom for the next 100 million crypto users. At the same time, I can’t wait to see the future of Celsius take root and thrive under the leadership and care of Nuke.”

It should be noted that Mashinsky founded Arbinet and worked together with Bodnar.

Recent Appointments

Last month, Celsius announced the appointment of Rod Bolger as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer. In his new role, Bolger will be responsible for optimizing the company’s financial performance, ensuring compliance with global accounting standards, and helping direct the firm’s growth strategy.

In other words, Bolger will be expected to implement financial controls to continue safeguarding the company’s client assets and strengthen scalable frameworks that position the firm as a global leader in cryptocurrency. Bolger brings over 30 years of work experience from leading financial institutions worldwide, including Bank of America, Citigroup and PWC, among others.

Celsius, a major global cryptocurrency lending and borrowing platform, announced on Wednesday that it appointed Guillermo Bodnar as its new Chief Technical Officer. According to the press release, Bodnar previously worked as Chief Solutions Officer at Globant.

The firm’s new employee will be based in San Francisco and report directly to Alex Mashinsky, the CEO of Celsius. Prior to his tenure at Globant, Bodnar served as CIO of Arbinet, where he built the largest computer-based telecommunications exchange and trading platform. In addition, he helped to shape the compliance platform required for the company’s IPO.

“I’ve had a rewarding career in digital transformation, and crypto and blockchain technology is at the forefront of this revolution. I am excited for the opportunity to shape the future of finance and technology at Celsius,” Bodnar commented on his appointment.

Moreover, Mashinsky issued the following statement: “Since our time in telecom, I’ve seen Guillermo confidently lead technology teams through tough challenges. I’m thrilled to work together again on the most important challenge of our careers: unlocking financial freedom for the next 100 million crypto users. At the same time, I can’t wait to see the future of Celsius take root and thrive under the leadership and care of Nuke.”

It should be noted that Mashinsky founded Arbinet and worked together with Bodnar.

Recent Appointments

Last month, Celsius announced the appointment of Rod Bolger as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer. In his new role, Bolger will be responsible for optimizing the company’s financial performance, ensuring compliance with global accounting standards, and helping direct the firm’s growth strategy.

In other words, Bolger will be expected to implement financial controls to continue safeguarding the company’s client assets and strengthen scalable frameworks that position the firm as a global leader in cryptocurrency. Bolger brings over 30 years of work experience from leading financial institutions worldwide, including Bank of America, Citigroup and PWC, among others.