Thanks to Senate financial disclosure forms filed on May 1, we know a great deal about the cryptocurrency options and futures platform leader’s wealth, including the fact that she and her husband have been selling off investments at a furious pace.
Bakkt CEO Mike Blandina has stepped down as leader of the cryptocurrency futures and options platform after only four months, according to a statement by owner Intercontinental Exchange, better known as ICE. He will be replaced on an interim basis by ICE vice president of M&A and integration David Clifton.
Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler announced on April 8 that she and her husband were selling all of their stock holdings following weeks accusations of using her position for insider trading.
Despite economic uncertainty brought on by the coronavirus, crypto firm Bakkt has managed to secure $300 million in capital through Series B funding. Funds from this latest financing round are going to be put toward completing the acquisition of loyalty program provider Bridge2 Solutions.