New York-based ethereum startup ConsenSys has unveiled various new contracts, comprising of some IBM workers and the ex-CEO of South Africa’s Сеntrаl Securities Dероѕіtоrу (CSD).
Twenty new smart contracts were disclosed which Singer and Wolpert were among. ConsenSys have officially announced that the previous global blockchain offering director (John Wolpert) will work with the startup to develop its operations and product. Moreover, the ex-CEO of StrateCSD, Monica Singer, has left CSD and joined the ConsenSys as the Blockchain Ambassador to concentrate on the financial markets. In her statement, Monica declared that she is so happy to have teamed up with such awesome group.
More so, the role for Kavatia Gupta was emphasized by the startup, who, as revealed a month ago, is initiating 50 million dollars venture fund which ConsenSys intends to use to invest into a scope of ethereum startups.
Among the new hires of ConsenSys, two other former IBM employees have collaborated with the team. The former worker of IBM’s Watson Group (Maggie Love) is now the director of strategic initiatives and business development of the startup, while the former IBM’s blockchain member (Johnny Howle) has joined the startup as the product designer for uPort, an ethereum-based identity framework.
The recruitment lists cover those of several organizations and companies that have concentrated on Blockchain as of late, as well as some proficient services companies like Deloitte and Ey, the Oracle database genius, and the Chamber of Dіgіtаl Commerce trade group, аmоng оthеrѕ.
According to the statement, the former MD (managing director) of CoinDesk, Ryan Selkis, is expected to work with the startup as the entrepreneur-in-residence. ConsenSys has likewise strengthened its Australia based office, appointing four new developers to its group.