UK Digital Asset Protection Firm Coincover Appoints Katharine Wooller as Business Unit Director

Coincover – the digital asset protection technology company – announces the appointment of Katharine Wooller as Business Unit Director, bolstering the firm’s profile with her extensive expertise.

The news concludes a year of steady growth for the company, “just months after Coincover launched its new staking technology and exclusive partnership with Pranksy’s NFTboxes.”

Katharine has “spent the majority of her career working for cutting-edge startups, predominantly in fintech.”

With five years in crypto, this is her fourth blockchain business. She’s won several awards for her work and co-authored numerous books, “cementing her status as an industry expert.” In her new role, Katharine will lead Coincover’s business unit, “focusing on the consumer side.”

Key responsibilities “include demonstrating the firm’s commitment to protecting users and customers from hackers and human error.” In turn, she’ll foster “a better collective understanding of what exchanges need to build trust and confidence – accelerating the company’s growth.”

Katharine Wooller, Business Unit Director at Coincover, said:

“I am delighted to be joining the Coincover team, and at such a pivotal time. As a passionate advocate for crypto and blockchain, it’s been a privilege for me to be considered a subject matter expert on these technologies across a plethora of industries. In the wake of a challenging year for the market, I am excited to build on this momentum while the pace of change is supersonic.”

She added:

“I have been helping startup teams successfully build their companies for two decades, so I’m pleased to be able to do this with even more focus moving forward. The opportunity and scope at Coincover were unparalleled, thanks to the caliber of the team and customers. As a senior leader, I look forward to helping the business create maximum impact for customers and the industry as a whole. The crypto industry is at an inflection point; Coincover will play a key part in allowing the ecosystem to reach its full potential.”

David Janczewski, CEO and founder of Coincover, remarked:

“We couldn’t be happier to welcome Katharine as a Business Unit Director at Coincover. Katharine’s extensive and hugely successful track record speaks for itself, and I believe that the sky’s the limit for what she will be able to achieve in her new role on the team. Just like the rest of the Coincover team, we think that Katharine’s vast experience leading and growing crypto companies will be of immense value.”

As noted in the update,  Coincover is on a mission “to make crypto safe for everyone to hold and use.” Their preventative technology is designed “to help investors and crypto companies protect their digital assets, reduce their risk exposure and future-proof their business.”

Founded by a team from the UK’s Royal Mint in 2018, Coincover is “backed by leading fintech and crypto investors.” They claim to “help over 200 of the biggest names in crypto to protect themselves and their customers from theft, hacking and human error.”

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