Crypto FinTech Firm Goldmoney Names Steve Fray As Chief Financial Officerbr>
Canadian Fintech firm Goldmoney, Inc. has appointed Steve Fray as chief financial officer, effective immediately.
Fray, who previously served as SVP of finance and operations, will replace Josh Crumb, who remains chief strategy officer and director, roles he has served since co-founding the company in 2014. Goldmoney also announced it has appointed Andres Finkielsztain, the founding managing partner of FinkWald LLC, to its board of directors, replacing Leslie D. Biddle, who will be stepping down.
“Steve has been an invaluable part of the Goldmoney group since he joined just over one year ago,” said Crumb. “He has quickly shown expertise and leadership in every finance and chain of integrity function, which made this appointment to CFO the logical next step for the Goldmoney board. We are also proud to welcome Andres to the board of directors. Andres has been a valued investor and supporter of the Goldmoney platform and mission since he first backed the Company in the BitGold angel financing round. I would also like to extend a sincere thank you to Leslie for her Board service and advice over the last few years, as she has been a strong supporter of the Company for many years – even before we launched the first BitGold platform.”
The appointment of Fray and Finkielsztain comes after Goldmoney announced the addition of vaulted bitcoin and ethereum as secure and fully-reserved offline assets within the Goldmoney Holding. Qualified clients can buy, sell, and exchange cryptocurrencies with nine global currencies, as well as gold, silver, platinum and palladium bullion.