Tiantian Kullander was described as a "respected thought leader" in the tribute post. He was a pioneer in the financial technology industry. He was known affectionately as TT and was instrumental in the company's resounding success. In addition to giving his all to the fintech asset, Kullander set a good example of generosity and humility.
Tiantian Kullander was named to Forbes' 30 Under 30 list.
Amber was founded in 2017 by Kullander and a group of former Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Group executives. Before founding Amber, he worked as a trader for both financial behemoths. While still working as a trader, his vision, skills, and creativity garnered him a coveted spot on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in 2019. The Asia Finance and Venture Capital category also had his identity revealed.
Kullander's net worth is an astounding $3 billion.
Amber Group was valued at $3 billion earlier this year after raising $200 million in a funding round. It was reportedly looking to raise another $100 million earlier this month.
The company has over 300 employees in Hong Kong, Taipei, Seoul, and Vancouver. Its founders initially sought to apply machine learning in 2017 but quickly shifted to crypto in 2019 after realizing that trading volumes for the virtual currency were higher. As a result, Tiantian transformed Amber into a multibillion-dollar fintech unicorn.
Served on the boards of numerous other organizations.
Many more feathers had been added to the crypto king's cap. Tiantian and Amber served on the board of Fnatic, one of the world's most successful e-sports organizations. KeeperDAO, the first on-chain liquidity underwriter, was also founded by him.
Finance insiders have flocked to pay their respects to Kullander. Many people took to social media to express their sadness and shock at his death.
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