Tiantian Kullander Dead Suddenly At Age 30


Leena Nasir Entertainment Reporter
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Tiantian Kullander, the co-founder of Hong Kong-based digital asset company Amber Group and pioneer in the finance world died in his sleep November 23

The company confirmed Kullander’s passing on their website. “Tiantian (or “TT”, as he was lovingly known) was instrumental to the founding of Amber and a pillar of our success,” they wrote.  “He put his heart and soul into the company, in every stage of its growth. He led by example with his intellect, generosity, humility, diligence and creativity,” they said. The crypto founder and father of one young son was just 30 years old. His cause of death was not disclosed.


“TT was a respected thought leader and widely recognized 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,” The Amber Group wrote.

“His insights and creativity inspired many projects, people and communities,” they wrote to their website.

Representatives from the Amber Group went on to highlight Kullander’s numerous accomplishments in his field. They recognized his contributions to the Board of Fnatic which they described as being “one of the world’s most successful e-sports organizations.”

They went on to reveal that he founded KeeperDAO, the first on-chain liquidity underwriter, before handing it back over to its community before giving it back to its community. (RELATED: Dem Donor, Crypto CEO Sued Alongside Tom Brady And Other Stars In Class Action Lawsuit)

“We lost a great partner and a true friend in TT and words cannot express our sorrow at this time,” they wrote. The Amber Group went on to promise that his death would not be in vain

“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,” they wrote.

Kullander earned a coveted spot on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list, and was hailed as the catalyst behind the $3 billion valuation of his start-up, according to The New York Post.

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

Kullander is survived by his wife and son.