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Former CEO and cofounder of Satoshi Labs and Trezor joins Casa to lead Strategy and Business Development

We are incredibly excited to welcome Alena Vranova to the Casa team as Head of Strategy and Business Development!

Alena is best known as the co-founder of SatoshiLabs and Trezor. She served as CEO of SatoshiLabs for 4 years, where they brought the first widely successful bitcoin hardware wallet to market. She is, quite frankly, a legend in the crypto space and we couldn’t be happier to learn from her.

Alena and I first met for coffee a few months ago, and we were shocked to find how closely our visions of the future of personal computing aligned. We’ve been working together ever since, first in an informal capacity, then quickly as a full member of the Casa team.

Alena was deeply involved in the launch of the Casa Node for Lightning and Bitcoin. With her mastery of hardware manufacturing and user experience design, track record of building successful business (even long before Trezor), and bold tenacity in the face of unknown markets — she’s a critical piece of the puzzle for growing the Casa Node from a single device experience into a full computing platform.

Please help us in welcoming Alena to the Casa team in pursuit of our mission to maximize personal sovereignty and safety!

Ready to get your Casa Node?

Good news!

If you are a Casa client, you receive a Casa Node as part of your membership!

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