In the future, Ted Lin plans to mentor and become a private investor in crypto startups

Binance’s chief growth officer leaves the company after 5 years of work

04.07.2022 - 13:15

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What’s new? Ted Lin, chief growth officer at cryptocurrency exchange Binance, has announced his departure from the company after almost five years of work. He joined the team in September 2017, 2 months after the exchange was launched. On Twitter and LinkedIn, Lin added that the decision to leave was difficult, but that he wanted to spend more time with his family and “be more flexible with my time.”

What had Lin’s career been like? According to his LinkedIn profile, he initially took on the role of head of international markets at Binance. Lin held that position for one year before being promoted to chief growth officer (CGO) in September 2018. As CGO, Lin led the company’s growth, commerce, and education initiatives to develop the Binance ecosystem. According to him, his work at the company has been intense but fruitful.

After leaving the company, Lin plans to mentor and become a private investor in crypto startups. He added:

“I will continue to stay immersed in crypto and Web 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, and share my cumulative learnings with new builders and operators in the space.”

At the end of February, Christine Moy stepped down as JPMorgan’s director of crypto. She had held the position since 2016 and had been with the company for 18 years.

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