Litecoin Foundation has informed that it has named four new individuals as advisors.
David Schwartz, Project Director of the nonprofit organisation based in Singapore, announced last Friday that Luiza Palma, Jonha Richman, Kyle Tekiela and Blake Rizzo have been added to the team.
I would like to #FF the newest members to @LTCFoundation @luizalopespalma @BlakeRizzo24 @JonhaRichman @CommonEnemyInc
Thank you for bringing your talents, energy and dedication to a greater cause and deciding to bless us, the #litecoinfam with them. pic.twitter.com/xnd3wLg023
— David Schwartz (aka – Dasch) [ŁTC] (@DaddyCool1991) January 25, 2019
Kyle Tekiela, Co-Founder of Common Enemy and a film producer and editor, has recently pointed out in a Twitter post that Litecoin is “great for business” and instant payments.
Jonha Richman, member of the Tour de Crypto advisory board, has helped several blockchain projects in the past. She’s a CMO-on-demand with 10+ marketing, PR and partnerships across Europe, US, and Asia.
Luiza Cristina Palma is an advocate for inclusion of women in tech development.
Blake Rizzo is a Security Token Offering (STOs) and Blockchain Attorney.
He has also tweeted the other day about the news:
Honored to join the @LTCFoundation with my friend, @TourDeCrypto advisor and business partner, @JonhaRichman.
Litecoin Foundation has recently teamed up with CoolBitX.
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Litecoin Foundation adds four individuals to its advisory team was first posted on January 28, 2019 at 10:59 am.