Tiantian Kullander, the founder of Crypto, died in his sleep 


The news that Tiantian Kullander, one of the most successful co-founders, had passed away today at the age of 30 shocked the financial world.

Tiantian Kullander is the co-founder of Hong Kong-based Amber Group. The company’s website delivered a profoundly sorrowful message on November 23 “with the heaviest of hearts”


According to reports, Tiantian Kullander died peacefully in his sleep.

Kullander, who was often referred to by the nickname “TT,” co-founded Amber in 2017 with a small group of financial commentators and experts, including these visionaries who were former Goldman Sachs Group and Morgan Stanley employees.

This year alone, Crypto achieved an astounding $3 billion valuation after securing a $200 million fundraising round.

Before he formed the tech giant that eventually became Amber Group, he traded for both of the aforementioned financial titans, where he excelled in all of his endeavors to the point where he was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list, which is a prestigious achievement in the financial world.

Tiantian Kullander, the founder of Crypto, who died

The business issued a statement on its website.

“At every level of the company’s growth, he poured his entire being into it. He led by example via his intelligence, charity, humility, and dedication “The text reads

“TT was highly regarded as an innovator in the industry and a respected thought leader. Numerous start-ups and people profited from his extensive expertise, willingness to engage, and drive to always assist others.

His views and inventiveness influenced several enterprises, individuals, and communities.

The statement said, “We lost a terrific partner and a real friend in TT, and words cannot explain our grief at this time.”

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“TT’s ambition and dream will continue to live on, and we will fight even harder to make Amber the category-defining leader of our industry.


“TT was a respected thought leader and widely recognised as a pioneer for the industry. His depth of knowledge, his willingness to collaborate and his desire to always help others benefited countless start-ups and individuals.

“His insights and creativity inspired many projects, people and communities.”

The statement added that besides co-founding Amber and “building it into a multi-billion fintech unicorn”, TT also sat on the Board of Fnatic – one of the world’s most successful e-sports organisations – and founded KeeperDAO – the first on-chain liquidity underwriter.

“We lost a great partner and a true friend in TT and words cannot express our sorrow at this time,” the statement continues.

“TT’s legacy will live on and we will work even harder to make Amber the category-defining leader of our industry, as this was TT’s ambition and dream.


“TT was a devoted husband, a loving father and a fierce friend. His passing is a tragedy and our thoughts and prayers are with his family.”

The finance sector has flocked to pay tribute to Mr Kullander, with many insiders taking to social media to express their shock and sadness at his passing.

Arthur Cheong, founding partner of DeFiance Capital, was one of many to honour Mr Kullander online, posting on Twitter that the “industry lost a young, bright and most importantly, a good soul”.

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Mr Kullander is survived by his wife and young male child.