Daniel Gibbons Joins Coinage
Coinage has further strengthened its ranks with the appointment of Head of Product, Daniel Gibbons.
A 13-year veteran of the online gambling space, Daniel has developed products for some of the biggest brands in the gaming industry, including Ladbrokes, Coral and bwin. He brings to the table the perfect blend of experience, creativity and a structured, data-driven approach that will be instrumental in delivering the best suite of products available anywhere in the crypto industry.
“The gaming industry is a highly regulated space and one where security and performance are paramount, so the parallels with fintech are clearly there,” says Daniel.
“Working for large brands has taught me everything that’s needed to deliver great projects to a very, very large customer base, and it gives me great satisfaction to know that there are millions of people out there that have enjoyed my products. I’m looking forward to doing the same with Coinage.”
Coinage is heavily invested in a mobile-only approach across certain parts of the business, where usability, stability and security are key. Daniel’s background in creating high quality software and apps for big name organisations means that he not only knows what it takes to build a great product, but how vital it is to keep the user at the forefront of everything you do.
“Whatever product it is you’re developing, there are three things that you need to give yourself the best chance of success,” he says. “A great team, a strong vision, and to know your customers.”
“The ultimate goal for Coinage is to build a product suite so compelling that our customers won’t be able to imagine being without them. Luckily, at Coinage, the team we have in place already have a great knowledge of the industry and our customers, so we’re in a very strong position to get the product/market fit exactly right.
“You’ve got to have a plan as it’s very difficult to cover all bases,” he adds. “We’ve made a strategic decision to start with iOS first and to deliver the best user experience possible and we are going fully native. We’ve got a team of native app developers in place and I’m very happy with the quality of work that I’ve seen so far. Watch this space.”
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