In a bid to make it clearer and easier to understand what it takes to build a tech startup, Coinbase co-founder and CEO, Brain Armstrong has announced a documentary that will focus on cryptocurrency and exchange development.
In a series of tweets on October 4, Brian said his journey of building tech from startup to the end will be shown to everyone on Friday. It will be available on YouTube, Amazon Prime, and iTunes among several other streaming channels. The documentary is titled “Coin: A Founder’s Story”.
Interestingly, the documentary will bear all the steps it took the company to become public, irrespective of the turnout – “the good, worst, and ugly”. Brian also intends to use the documentary to encourage individuals who want to start companies.
Documentary director Greg Kohs known for his truthfulness and expertise was contacted by Armstrong to help the company tell its story. Greg and his crew had an unprecedented entry to Armstrong’s company, taking note of the loopy ups and downs over the span of three years.
Furthermore, the story will help advance the cause of cryptocurrency, revealing the motivations of hard-working beings driving the industry forward.
Coinbase: the highs and lows
The American company that operates a cryptocurrency exchange platform has faced a lot as a result of market turbulence. Recently, the exchange has faced Several lawsuits. The first alleged that Coinbase made false and misleading interpretations that contributed to the sharp decline in the stock price of COIN, while the second dragged the platform into a Class Action lawsuit by three of its customers.
In August, one of the users of the platform also filed a lawsuit against the company for failing to attend to its clients’ accounts during times of significant market volatility. Despite the several lawsuits, the exchange has also gained regulatory licenses as well as integrated several crypto policies.
The US largest cryptocurrency exchange gained a regulatory license from the Dutch Central Bank to offer crypto products and services in the Dutch market. Likewise, in September it integrated crypto policy efforts into its app.