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BlackRock’s IBIT Welcomes Lindsey Haswell to its Board

Blackrock Crypto, Crypto, Stablecoin

BlackRock recently announced an exciting addition to the board of its IBIT spot Bitcoin ETF, solidifying its position as a key player in the market. Lindsey Haswell, who currently serves as the Chief Legal Officer at Moonpay, will be joining the board, bringing with her a wealth of experience and expertise.

Haswell’s background extends beyond her role at Moonpay; she is also a valued member of the Core blockchain’s founding team. Her appointment comes as part of a board shake-up at BlackRock and iShares’s IBIT, which is currently the most-traded spot Bitcoin ETF in terms of volume. Haswell’s appointment follows the departure of financier Kimun Lee, who will step down from the board on Nov. 6, 2024.

Before joining Moonpay, Haswell held the same position at Blockchain.com, showing her deep involvement in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space. Additionally, she played a key role as a founding member of the Core blockchain and continues to contribute to Core Dao. Core is a Layer-1 blockchain that offers Ethereum Virtual Machine-compatible smart contracts, secured by Bitcoin’s proof-of-work consensus mechanism.

With assets under management, BlackRock’s $IBIT stands as the second-largest spot Bitcoin ETF, only surpassed by Grayscale’s GBTC. Furthermore, $IBIT leads the pack as the most-traded spot Bitcoin ETF, consistently outperforming other funds in recent trading activity. This strategic move highlights BlackRock’s commitment to innovation and its recognition of the evolving landscape of digital assets.


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