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A Day In The Life Of... Liam, CoinCorner Front End Developer

Liam Wiltshire, Front End Developer

What is a typical day like for you? I get up at 8.30am, I cycle to work, I eat granola, banana and yogurt with a coffee when I get to work. When I'm in work I'll check the latest bitcoin news and technologies, emails and queries that may of landed on my desk... this usually shapes how my day looks, generally though I'll have photoshop, visual studio, illustrator, notepad++ and some office applications always open. I enjoy routine so most evening's I'll walk the dog, play football, go out on the irish sea, cook or sit down and do some work.




What do you like best about your job​? The variety, doing something new every day and not knowing on Monday what I will of achieved by Friday. I learn a lot.

What do you like least about your ​job​?​ I can be jumping from one thing to another, without getting time to focus properly on task in hand.

Are there any challenges in your ​job​? Always, learning new technologies as well as juggling it with …

CoinCorner Mentioned In North West Business Insider (July Issue)

CoinCorner was mentioned in this month's issue (July) of North West Business Insider, in a feature about businesses on the Isle of Man.
























From the article:
Charlie Woolnough, co-founder of CoinCorner, started his digital currency exchange business 18 month ago. With six full-time staff and several advisers, than plan is "very much one of controlled growth". CoinCorner is targeting 100,000 registered users over the next 12 months.  Woolnough says, "In an evolving industry where intelligent regulation is a key component in our success, the ability to have direct, informed and timely conversation with regulator is very important. You get that in the Isle of Man to a greater extent than other jurisdictions. If appropriate legalisation can be put in place that doesn't stifle innovation, but also gives the local banking sector the comfort it needs to operate bank accounts for island-based crypto currency businesses, then we will see a growing crypto sector on the Isle of M…