SENIOR RECRUITS TO HELP ESTABLISH FINBOOT’S CARDIFF BASE

Must Read

Harmony’s $100M Hack Was Due to a Compromised Multi-Sig Scheme, Says Analyst

Harmony’s Multi-Sig Exploited Polygon’s CSO Says, Harmony Protocol’s Founder Found Evidence That ‘Private Keys Were Compromised’

Uniswap Set To Add NFTs To Its Product Lineup With Latest Acquisition

On Tuesday, a popular crypto start-up and founders of a leading decentralized exchange of the name Uniswap...

Yuga Labs vs. Ryder Ripps: Decoding the impact of the lawsuit on the performance of ‘Apes’

Yuga Labs is the limelight again. However, this time around the NFT giant announced that it has...

Blockchain technology provider Finboot has recruited three senior team members to help establish its new UK headquarters in Cardiff.

Gethin Davies, Joel Wray and Michael Falarczyk join as business development managers.

Finboot, whose product MARCO acts as an ecosystem bringing together blockchain technology for companies to incorporate within their value and supply chains, expects to grow the team further in the coming months..

The Cardiff-based office is the company’s first outside of its Barcelona base with the Welsh city identified after the business secured a £2.4m equity investment from investors including the Development Bank of Wales and energy company Repsol. The company is currently looking to top up funding as it continues its growth plans.

Davies joins from Solid Solutions Management, Wray joins from Hays and Falarczyk joins from DueDil.

The move will enable Finboot to become part of Wales’ growing blockchain community and its dedicated network, Blockchain Connected.

Juan Miguel Pérez Rosas, chief executive of Finboot, said: “Blockchain technology has the potential to solve some of today’s most pressing challenges for businesses – from digitalisation to verifying sustainability credentials and supply chain transparency. As a new team, we look forward to immersing ourselves in Wales’ growing blockchain scene and making the most of the new opportunities it brings.”

David Blake, investment executive with the Development Bank of Wales, added: “The opening of Finboot’s UK headquarters in Cardiff marks a significant step in the company’s journey and we’re delighted to be part of it. We wish Gethin, Joel and Michael a very warm welcome and look forward to realising their contribution to the thriving blockchain scene here in Wales.”

Source: https://www.insidermedia.com

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -

Latest News

Harmony’s $100M Hack Was Due to a Compromised Multi-Sig Scheme, Says Analyst

Harmony’s Multi-Sig Exploited Polygon’s CSO Says, Harmony Protocol’s Founder Found Evidence That ‘Private Keys Were Compromised’

Uniswap Set To Add NFTs To Its Product Lineup With Latest Acquisition

On Tuesday, a popular crypto start-up and founders of a leading decentralized exchange of the name Uniswap announced the acquisition of Genie,...

Yuga Labs vs. Ryder Ripps: Decoding the impact of the lawsuit on the performance of ‘Apes’

Yuga Labs is the limelight again. However, this time around the NFT giant announced that it has filed a lawsuit against old...

Anonymous vows to bring Do Kwon’s ‘crimes’ to light

Hacktivist group Anonymous has pledged to “make sure” Terra co-founder Do Kwon is “brought to justice as soon as possible” in regard...

SEC requests comments on the guidelines for ICO portals

To avoid conflicts of interest and clarify the rules of outsourcing, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) asks the public for feedback...
- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This