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Charles Ellingsen


Norway-based Charles Ellingsen is the CEO and Founder of Unity Network

He is responsible for leading the development of the company's short and long-term strategies. He has a decade of experience in HR and management, and he’s deeply involved in Web3 and the decentralization of the finance sector.

CEO Charles Ellingsen has over a decade experience in management training and has been teaching HR for the last eight years. He has been involved in Web3 since 2014, and has been a Web3 advisor since 2016. When it comes to emerging fields like blockchain technology, he also knows Unity Network needs responsible leaders who can help the field grow in a sustainable, inclusive, and ethical way so that they don’t create more problems than we solve.

Lately, his view on Web3 has been published by Nasdaq.

Charles has expertise in human resources and management training, with a focus on promoting good employee mental health through a positive work environment.

On his 13th birthday, he was old enough to get a job working as a newspaper door-to-door salesman. He began that very day, going on to become the top salesman of newspapers in the city until the dawn of online news drove paper sales down. At age 15, he began restaurant work, and just 2.5 years later, he had 3 jobs and was doggedly pursuing his education.

To help him grow and innovate in his work, he became a Google Developer in 2013, developing apps for personal day-to-day use. Aside from his growing interest in development, open-source software, and research, he worked 3 jobs as a manager.

"I started my career in Blockchain in 2016, but my interest and involvement leads back to 2014."

After years of overseeing human resources and management training, he has developed managerial expertise and a mastery of human psychology in the workplace. "A happy and content worker is a good resource."

"Web3 is just one tool in a set of tools within a toolbox, but it's a power tool."

Blockchain is now at a point where large corporations and governments, not just a tiny hyper-technical community of IT experts, are starting to comprehend its potential to improve people’s lives and build more resilient organizations. As a result, businesses need blockchain experts to help them apply blockchain technology to meet their business goals.