Former Coinbase UK CEO Joins Spanish Crypto Exchange Bit2Me

Feroz left his role at Coinbase in August 2020 and has since taken on several advisory roles in the crypto space.

AccessTimeIconJul 15, 2021 at 10:50 a.m. UTC
Updated Sep 14, 2021 at 1:25 p.m. UTC
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The former CEO of Coinbase's U.K. operations, Zeeshan Feroz, has joined Spanish crypto exchange Bit2Me as a strategic adviser.

  • Feroz left his role at Coinbase in August 2020 and has since taken on a number of advisory roles in the crypto space. He also serves as chief growth officer of payments infrastructure provider MoonPay.
  • During his time at Coinbase, Feroz headed the business operations in the U.K., European Union and international markets serviced by the U.K. unit.
  • Feroz will work with Bit2Me CEO Leif Ferreira and founder Andrei Manuel on developing the company's strategy.


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