BUYTEX, a cryptocurrency exchange, has announced that it expands its core team this September with Vincent Veisman – the ex-CEO of the Coinsbit crypto exchange will join BUYTEX as its Chief Business Development Officer.
The new CBDO will focus on expanding partnerships and overseeing project development, which is a key aspect on the path to success for BUYTEX. The exchange is planned to launch in the near future, the team is performing final checks on security systems and other internal modules of the platform. Vincent Veisman is a prominent and experienced professional on the cryptocurrency market. In 2019 he participated in launching and developing the Coinsbit exchange that later made the Top-100 list of exchanges according to CoinMarketCap. The total number of users has surpassed 2,000,000 people, and the platform’s monthly trading volume exceeds $5 billion.
“I believe that BUYTEX Exchange will soon become one of the most notable platforms on the digital asset market”, said Veisman. “Once I joined the team I saw it for myself: I was inspired by the ambitious tasks and the people who work on them, as well as the company’s work culture”.
The CEO of BUYTEX, Andreas Berg, said: “On behalf of the BUYTEX team I want to thank Vincent. I am convinced that his extensive experience and expertise will greatly benefit BUYTEX and speed it up on its path to success. We are all very happy about his joining our team”.
Meanwhile the BUYTEX exchange is currently preparing for launch. The exchange promises high transaction speed, a large number of cryptocurrency trading pairs, highest level of security for both transactions and personal data, and an impressive set of unique trading tools.
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