In our Sygnum Heroes series we introduce the Sygnumers behind the world’s first digital asset bank, who share in our mission to enable everyone, everywhere to own digital assets with complete trust.
Today we feature Aliya Das Gupta, Senior Vice President, Business Development. Aliya has been driving growth in several areas of the Swiss blockchain ecosystem since 2017, following her experience leading a public policy thinktank back in India. She is also the host of Sygnum’s podcast ‘The Crypto Explorer’
What do you do at Sygnum?
I lead business development and strategic partnerships, working with the sales and clients team to develop innovative solutions that address client needs. I am also the host of The Crypto Explorer podcast using our platform to highlight some of the emerging trends in the crypto world. It’s a terribly exciting ecosystem to be a part of with exciting new developments on a virtually daily basis!
What advice would you have for someone joining Sygnum?
Get on board! It’s guaranteed to be an exciting ride!
In three words, crypto is _____?
Transparent, immutable, and quite simply, the future!
What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever done?
Camped all night outside my local bookstore to get the first copy of the final Harry Potter book.
If you could have an unlimited supply of one thing, what would it be?
Doesn’t need to be unlimited, but I’d be happy with 21 million Bitcoin 😉
We are always looking for cool people to join the Sygnum team! Check out our open positions here.
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