- Compass’ board of directors have appointed chief technology officer Paul Gosker and chief mining officer Thomas Heller as interim co-presidents and CEOs
- The appointments come as Compass has been caught up in a string of accusations from crypto hosting firm Dynamics Mining over Compass’ alleged failure to meet its power consumption charges
Bitcoin mining and hosting firm Compass Mining has appointed two new interim CEOs following the resignation of the firm’s head, Whitney Gibbs, as well as its Chief Finance Officer Jodie Fisher.
The embattled mining company – supplier of ASICs and operator of bitcoin mining operations – said Tuesday it has appointed chief technology officer Paul Gosker and chief mining officer Thomas Heller as interim co-presidents and CEOs.
“Through this restructuring, the company is wholly focused on regaining the goodwill of our stakeholders and the community, as well as delivering on our mission of providing best-in-class service for miners of all sizes,” Compass said in a company post Monday via its website.
Compass’ board of directors will begin seeking out a permanent president and CEO as well as CFO immediately, the firm said. The appointments come as Compass has been caught up in a string of accusations by hosting firm Dynamics Mining over its alleged failure to meet its power consumption charges.
Blockworks attempted to contact Compass but did not receive a response by press time. Blockworks also spoke with one employee who declined to comment.
Dynamics, which had a contract with Compass, said it terminated its “Master Hosting Service Agreement” with the Delaware-based supplier earlier this month citing six late payments and three nonpayments, the company said in a tweet Sunday.