Crypto.com is owned by who?
Four entrepreneurs own CRYPTOCOM, which recently purchased the naming rights to the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
The cryptocurrency trading platform debuted in Singapore in 2016 and has since grown in popularity.
Marszlek, who is based in Hong Kong, has been the CEO of Crypto.com since June 2016.
Prior to that, he was the CEO of Ensogo, a social commerce website based in Australia.
Crypto.com, according to his LinkedIn page, employs over 1,000 people and has over 10 million users.
Bao is a cofounder and managing director of Crypto.com, which used to be called Monaco.
According to Forbes, Bao and his team are working to mainstream cryptocurrency.
He previously worked at Ensogo and has a background in investment banking, corporate development, and investor relations.
According to topionetwork.com, Or is a co-founder and the head of technology at Foris, which is a universal money app.
He calls himself a “hacker” who enjoys “learning cutting-edge technology.”
He is based in Hong Kong as well.
Rafael Melo, who has 15 years of financial experience, is the other co-founder, according to Topio Network.
He was the chief financial officer of Ensogo and has helped businesses raise millions of dollars in investment capital.
In Singapore, he is based.
In 2016, the trading platform was founded to fulfill a “basic human right for everyone to control their money, data, and identity.”
It has since gone on a spending spree, acquiring global sports landscapes.
It recently paid (dollar)70 million for the naming rights to the Staples Center in Los Angeles, which will last for 20 years.
Crypto.com has also purchased the Philadelphia 76ers’ uniform sponsorship patch and signed sponsorship agreements with Formula One, the UFC, Italy’s Serie A, Paris St-Germain, and the NHL’s Montreal Canadiens.