Cryptocurrency Exchange, ErisX Adds 2 New Board Members

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Cryptocurrency-Exchange-ErisX-Adds-2-New-Board-Members Cryptocurrency Exchange, ErisX Adds 2 New Board MembersCryptocurrency exchange ErisX, in a recent press release statement on Thursday, Jan. 17th 2019, announced the addition of 2 new board members, Joseph Lubin, founder of blockchain software tech company -ConsenSys, and Cris Conde, a FinTech entrepreneur.

According to Tom Chippas, CEO, ErisX, the company is pleased to welcome both Joseph and Cris to the ErisX Board. Both Joseph & Cris are leaders in the digital asset space, and with them onboard, the company will definitely benefit from their unique perspectives and enthusiasm they bring to the space. Concluding, he also extended thanks to Cliff, an independent board member who will be replaced by Conde, on company’s behalf for his significant guidance and support, which includes helping shape the digital asset spot and regulated futures market.

As per Joseph Lubin, ErisX established a unique position for itself in the crypto market and has extended support from a wide range of investors and experienced leaders in the industry. Adding further he said that he wishes further democratization of access to digital assets, by turning his experience with decentralized technologies and digital assets into a business model. Concluding, he said that 2019 is will very likely be a breakthrough year for digital assets, and the ErisX is poised to lead.

And according to Cris Conde, ErisX built an extensive background in trading by working with market regulators and has the energy and enthusiasm of a start-up. Concluding, he said that his experience with FinTech start-ups has taught him one thing, to take notice when a startup makes this big an impact on digital assets.

Conde, prior to joining ErisX, served as a co-founder of software company Devon Systems, which was acquired by SunGard, a software company for the financial industry, in 1987. Under his esteemed leadership, SunGard became one of the few software companies to make the Fortune 500 list.