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05
Oct
2020
Posted in technology

Defense and Intelligence Executive Melvin Cordova Joined Tachyum Government Corp.

Tachyum Inc. today announced that it has added Melvin Cordova, a veteran and proven executive in the defense and intelligence technology industry, to the advisory board of its newly created Tachyum Government Corporation. Mr. Cordova carries the appropriate security clearances and will serve as the official contact for federal customers looking to leverage Tachyum’s Prodigy Universal Processor for their demanding HPC, artificial intelligence and machine learning workloads.

With more than 30 years of experience leading military and intelligence innovation, managing critical programs, and building consensus within the defense and intelligence industries, Cordova specializes in providing operational advisory services to technology companies doing business with the Department of Defense and intelligence community organizations. His focus is on identifying emerging threats and managing the velocity and complexity of technology innovation for high-stakes environments to counter those threats.

Cordova served 22 years on active duty in the United States Navy, in the fields of electricity, electronics, and interior communications. Among his professional experience, he served eight-years as a GG-15 at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), in roles that include; Secretariat for the Innovation Advisory Board, Office of the Deputy Director; Senior Program Manager for the Technology Action Group, Office of the Chief of Staff, DIA, addressing the most difficult problems of IT, Analysis, MASINT, and HUMINT. Cordova led DoD’s investments in In-Q-Tel’s (CIA’s Venture Capital arm) portfolio companies, managed DIA participation in military exercises and led the transition of several important technologies to fully qualified operational use. These efforts earned him recognition from the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) for his collaboration and leadership. Cordova also served 3-1/2 years in the Defense HUMINT Management Office, Technology Tradecraft Office, as senior program manager, deputy chief and acting chief. He also served as Chief of the DIA Contracting Office in Baghdad, Iraq, providing oversight

01
Oct
2020
Posted in technology

CoinList president has joined a crypto project backed by Uber co-founder

CoinList president and co-founder Andy Bromberg has seen a number of token projects raise funds, and now he’s going to lead a project himself. 

“I’m leaving CoinList to join Eco as CEO,” he said in an email shared with The Block.

Uber co-founder Garrett Camp backed the project, which intends to serve as a currency to be used in commonplace transactions. Eco will allow users to open interest-bearing accounts like they could with a bank. Users can put portions of their paychecks toward crypto and earn up to 2.5% to 5% on interest.

“Eco is the most compelling project I have seen across crypto and fintech,” Bromberg said in the email, “And the opportunity was too good to pass up.” Bromberg said he recognized Eco’s “real shot” to quickly onboard the world to crypto.

“I believe Eco has finally figured it out,” Bromberg said.

Bromberg co-founded CoinList in 2017, where he remained as the president. CoinList aimed to simplify the token process, having facilitated the sales of nearly $1 billion worth of transactions. The firm more recently launched an exchange business, which supported trading of Celo, Solana, and Filecoin. Still, CoinList has run into troubles. In mid-August of 2020, CoinList attempted for the second time to host a NEAR token sale but faltered under the heavy traffic load.

Bromberg said he will still act as the CoinList Special Advisor, even as CEO of Eco.

“Top line thing is: things are going great at CoinList. The company is ripping,” he said in a phone call with The Block.

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