Former Trump Advisor Gary Cohn Joins Blockchain Startup
Former US economic adviser Donald Trump, Gary Cohn, just joined the blockbuster startup.
Spring Labs, a developer of block-chain networks for sharing financial data, said Friday that Cohn, who was president and chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs, joined the advisory committee on Friday. did.
Adam Jiwan, CEO and president of the company, told Cohen in Spring Labs, "We have a wealth of experience in understanding the complexities of the global financial market and our unrivaled network."
Cohn said in the release:
"I've been very interested in block-chain technology for years, and Spring Labs is developing a network that can have a significant impact on the financial services industry."
The Spring protocol of a US-based startup is a block-chain-based network (release state) in which information can be exchanged without sharing the underlying source data. Initially, the network was designed to share identity information, fraud and acquisition information among financial institutions.
"We are very pleased to work with [Cohn] to implement our vision of how information technology and data are shared globally in key industries," said Jiwan.
Except for 25 years at Goldman Sachs, Cohn recently served on the board of directors of the National Economic Council, a major forum for US President George W. Bush on economic policy issues.
As Trump 's Senior Economic Advisor, he oversaw domestic and international economic policy agendas and led US economic growth through tax and regulatory reform.
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