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CoinCorner Welcomes Joanne Goldy


CoinCorner Welcomes Joanne Goldy

Douglas, Tuesday 27th March 2018

CoinCorner is pleased to announce the appointment of Joanne Goldy as marketing specialist to help the business continue its global expansion.

After graduating from the University of Chester and completing a year abroad in the United States as an Ella Olesen Scholar in 2014, Joanne returned to the Island and began a career in marketing.

With marketing experience in hospitality and law, two prominent sectors on the Island, Joanne brings valuable knowledge and marketing skills to the CoinCorner team. She has also gained the Certificate in Professional Marketing (awarded by the Chartered Institute of Marketing) and is currently studying for the Diploma in Professional Marketing.

CoinCorner provides an online platform where individuals can buy, sell, send, receive and store the digital currency, Bitcoin. The company operates from the Isle of Man and serves customers worldwide.  

Molly Spiers, marketing manager at CoinCorner, said, “Joanne brings valuable knowledge and experience to CoinCorner and will be a real asset to the team.

She joins us at a very exciting time as we expand the business and grow our presence globally. We are delighted to welcome Joanne to CoinCorner.”

Joanne, who joins the team from one of the Island’s leading law firms, said “CoinCorner has made an incredible impression in the cryptocurrency space and I’m delighted to have the opportunity to work in the marketing team. I am overwhelmed by how welcoming the team has been and I look forward to being a part of the company’s future.”  


About CoinCorner
CoinCorner Ltd is an Isle of Man based bitcoin exchange and wallet provider, whose aim is to increase the global adoption of cryptocurrency by providing easy to use technological solutions.


Molly Spiers

Marketing Manager, CoinCorner Ltd
[email protected]

Daniel Scott
Co-Founder, CoinCorner Ltd


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