BlockEx Mints New COO


Digital exchange platform operator BlockEx has hired Ronald Martin to be its chief operating officer.

Most recently, Martin had been an executive-in-residence at Bain Capital Ventures. He leaves the traditional financial world to bring his financial platform experience to the blockchain. Martin brings years of experience in finTech and SaaS as former senior vice president and general manager of Altisource, CEO Paysafe PLC, vice president of sales, business and corp. development at Salesnet.

Adam Leonard, our CEO, said: “I am excited to welcome Ronald Martin. His years of experience and expertise in the fintech world will help lead the BlockEx team. Martin will add a host of value, and ensure our mission: to bring the governance and legal framework of our regulated activities to the ICO market, and to provide a safe marketplace for both issuers and participants.”

BlockEx is a Digital Asset Exchange Platform (DAxP) – an institutional grade exchange with blockchain asset origination, dematerialization, and lifecycle management tools. It includes a digital asset creation tool, exchange, clearing, settlement, registry and brokerage software. Traders can trade fiat crypto pairs, and other high-quality digital assets, like ICO tokens.

Currently, BlockEx is launching our ICO for the BlockEx ICO Market. Part of the DAxP, the ICO Market will allow users to list and participate in compliant, high-quality ICOs. BlockEx’s token, the DAXT, can be used to guarantee an allocation of tokens during ICO pre-sales hosted on our platform. Participants in the ICO Market will be provided with a constant flow of highly vetted ICOs.

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