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6 Questions for Harumi Urata-Thompson of Celsius

We ask the buidlers in the blockchain and cryptocurrency sector for their thoughts on the industry… and we throw in a few random zingers to keep them on their toes! This week, our 6 Questions go to Harumi Urata-Thompson, chief financial officer and chief investment officer of CelsiusHarumi Urata-Thompson is the chief financial officer and chief investment officer of Celsius. Additionally, she is the founder of Hut Consulting and the former chief operating officer for the CFA Society New York, for which she completed a successful turnaround during her tenure. Urata-Thompson held multiple senior-level positions at Thomson Reuters and worked at Morgan Stanley and CitiGroup in investment banking. Her expertise is leading and advising organizations on taking innovative paths to achieve strategic, operational and marketing success. Among her busy work schedule, Harumi manages to find to speak on various topics of interest, including blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, Big Data, outer space, among others.1 When you tell people youre in the blockchain industry, how do they react?I get contrasting responses from two different groups of people. If they are already involved with blockchain in one way or another and especially if they already know the company I work for, I get thats so cool! every time. From the other group, and unfortunately more people are in this group, I either get a blank look, get a question of what is Bitcoin good for? or worse yet, oh, and you support the criminals. Regarding the first group, I agree with …
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