Spring Labs Blockchain Startup Welcomes Gary Cohn, Donald Trump’s Former Advisor
Former Trump Advisor Gary Cohn Joins Blockchain Startup
Gary Cohn, known for being the former chief economic advisor of the U. S. President Donald Trump during his government, has decided to leave the public sector and start working in the blockchain business. Before being a part of the Trump government, Cohn was the president and Chief Operating Officer at Goldman Sachs.
A press release affirms that Cohn is now joining Spring Labs, which is working to develop a blockchain network to share financial data. The CEO and chairman of the blockchain startup, Adam Jiwan, has affirmed that Cohn brings with him a wealth of experience in the financial sector and a deep understanding of the global financial market.
Cohn has affirmed that he has been very interested in the blockchain technology for a while now and that the company is developing a technology that could have a profound impact in the financial market, so it is interesting to be a part of it. He's just not as fond of Bitcoin.
About Spring Labs
Spring Labs is a blockchain-based network based in the United States that has the goal of enabling the exchange of information without sharing underlying source data, according to the release. At the moment, the main plans of the Spring Protocol network include allowing people to share their identity and fraud information with financial companies.
The CEO of the company has affirmed that they are “beyond excited” to work with Cohn and to execute their vision of the network.
About Gary Cohn
Apart from spending 25 years of his life at Goldman Sachs and working within the Trump administration, Cohn has recently served as the director of the U. S. National Economic Council.
As the chief economic advisor to President Trump, he oversaw the economic policy agenda of the government and led the efforts for the U. S. economy tax reform.